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Frontline - 23 November 2016

Are you a leader or a follower? We look at physios who have taken a leap of faith and set off in a new direction.

Want something more clinical? Read about the specialist physio input to a pioneering approach to treating patients with heart failure.

And how can you promote physiotherapy? Find out how one member used her patients to tell the story

Cover story

  • birds in flight

    The prospect of taking an influential post can be daunting. Four CSP members who are helping to transform the NHS tell Gill Hitchcock why their physiotherapy skills were key.

Features and focuses

  • Physio findings

    In our latest editon of physio findings, Janet Wright and CSP research adviser Katherine Jones looks at joint hypermobility syndrome (JHS) and the Q&A section looks at why this study is important for for research and physiotherapy practice?

  • Susan Eriksen

    Robert Millett meets a physiotherapist who is helping patients at a pioneering heart failure unit.

  • Janice McNee

    Revamping musculoskeletal services in Tayside helped a physiotherapy-led team win a prestigious CSP award, as Ian A McMillan discovered.

  • In review

    Our featured book looks at the principles and practice of yoga in health care.  We also feature a digital book titled 'The Researcher', which aims to raise awareness about research careers among nurses, midwives and allied health professionals.

  • Ulrike Hammerbeck

    Meet Ulrike Hammerbeck, who swapped clinical work for stroke research after a colleague spotted a job advertisement in Frontline.

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Volume 22 Issue 20

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