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Frontline - 4 May 2016

We all have good and bad times. But one CSP member’s career was nearly wrecked after he was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. Find out how support from the CSP helped him get through and start again. And read how CSP’s efforts have won a major victory for the profession.

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  • This issue of Frontline looks at an aspect of health that’s often overlooked in the battle for better physical health: mental wellbeing.

  • Emily Frith, director of mental health and rehabilitation at CentreForum, outlines concerns about the plight of children and young people with mental health problems who are denied swift NHS treatment.

  • CSP head of research and development, Ruth ten Hove, says the title extended scope practitioner is unwieldly and should be replaced by one that’s easier to understand.

  • People with black and minority ethnic (BME) backgrounds often fare less well than their white counterparts at work. What can be done about it, asks Rekha Soni, a member of the CSP BME network.

  • Here are your comments on topics covered by us. We look forward to hearing your views and opinions on all related articles. 

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