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Frontline - 19 October 2016

As ever Frontline offers a wide-ranging features to keep you abreast of your profession.

Read about how the CSP influences others on your behalfvaluing the voice of the patient, the latest on women’s health issues, and a new respiratory care unit. 

Cover story

  • Holistic hopes

    Helen Mooney meets some physios who believe that women’s health and MSK specialists should collaborate more closely.

Features and focuses

  • a flashlight

    Physios worry more about their patients than policy. Rachel Newton sheds a light on your questions about how the CSP is influencing the way others view physiotherapy.

  • Breathing easier

    Robert Millett speaks to physios at a new ventilation unit and hears about the benefits of lung ultrasound.

  • Toilet paper rolls

    In our latest editon of physio findings, Janet Wright along with CSP research adviser Katherine Jones looks at electricity calming overactive bladders and whether cystic fibrosis blunts perception of breathlessness.

  • haemochromatosis

    This feature gives an accessible overview of a clinical issue of interest to all physio staff.  David Head, chief executive of the Haemochromatosis Society, explains physiotherapist’s role in diagnosing this condition.

  • Natalie Beswetherick

    With the leading European physio conference on your doorstep this year, what’s not to like, asks Natalie Beswetherick.

  • Adam Morgan

    Juggling two very different roles. CSP steward Adam Morgan is a respiratory physiotherapist but also plays a much wider representative role on his local NHS board. 

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