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Frontline - 7 September 2016

It’s the start of a new term – and this issue of Frontline looks at some of the exciting new tools the CSP is developing to help you with your CPD. And there’ll be a new tranche of students embarking on their physio careers – read about the lives some students once led before switching direction. The Paralympics are upon us – catch up on the huge contribution CSP members are making.

Cover story

  • Mark Williams

    As a new cohort of physio students embark on their careers, Gill Hitchcock talks to five students about their varied careers before opting to be a physio.

Features and focuses

  • Review

    Traumatic Scar and tissue Management an app for people living with HIV, providing self-management strategies to improve health and wellbeing and much more.

  • Paralympics

    Running until 18 September, the Paralympic Games in Rio are the ultimate sporting experience for athletes and physiotherapists alike, says Graham Clews.

  • Physio findings

    In our regular round-up on research Janet Wright looks at how attitude affect treatment results and Physiotherapy journal editor Michele Harms highlights the latest articles.

  • Ruth Jones

    Ruth Jones, the new CSP senior negotiating officer for Wales and the West Midlands, says representing members can be very rewarding.

  • e-learning

    CSP professional adviser Nina Paterson outlines a series of initiatives that will help members keep their CPD up-to-date and relevant.

  • Maternity Matters

    CSP members have won a battle to get their rights during maternity leave properly enacted. Gill Hitchcock finds out how they did it.

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