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Frontline - 4 January 2017

Welcome to 2017. Might this be the year you decide to have a coach or a mentor?

And if you’re finding that work’s getting on top of you, have a look at our workplace campaign, Pinpoint the pressure.

Cover story

  • Women on exercise bikes

    If anyone knows about exercise, it’s a physio. Gill Hitchcock headed to the East Midlands, where CSP members are revolutionising the art of gym coaching.

Features and focuses

  • Pinpoint the pressure

    As the new year begins, the CSP launches Pinpoint the Pressure, its workplace campaign to tackle growing and unreasonable workloads. Find out what’s going on and how to get involved.

  • New year, new plans

    CSP professional adviser Nina Paterson challenges you to think about working with a coach or mentor in 2017.

  • NIAS clinical service improvement

    Physio Cathy McKeown's care pathway is improving options for older people who have fallen in Northern Ireland, and saving money, as Gary Henson discovered

  • Physio findings

    In our regular round up of research Janet Wright looks at evidence for exercise eases chemotherapy fatigue and CSP research adviser Katherine Jones answers your questions in the Q&A section. 

  • Cormac Ryan

    Cormac Ryan from Teesside University is finding novel ways of helping physiotherapy students to empathise with older patients with pain.

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