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Frontline - 17 May 2017

CSP member and London Marathon competitor Anna Boniface features on the cover of the latest edition of Frontline. Anna was the first ‘non-elite’ woman runner to cross the finishing  line, and you can read about how she juggles work and a gruelling training regime.

In this issue you’ll find a CSP guide to the 8 June general election, and how the ‘Shaping physio’ campaign aims to improve practice-based learning opportunities. Meanwhile, in the run-up to the NHS Confederation’s annual conference next month, its chief executive, Niall Dickson, speaks out on the need for adequate staffing in the NHS. If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to work on the Isle of Man, read our special feature, timed to appear just before the start of the island’s annual motorcycle TT races.

Features and focuses

  • Rehabilitation

    The chance to make a whistle-stop trip to the Isle of Man was snapped up by motorcycle-mad journalist Mark Gould. How is physiotherapy faring in this unique part of the UK?

  • CPD practice based learning part 3

    In the last article in a three-part practice-based learning series, CSP advisers Nina Paterson and Gwyn Owen look behind the scenes at the CSP.

  • Success of fall prevention

    Caroline White reports on the latest studies with implications for physio staff, while Katherine Jones examines the importance of one of them, a falls prevention randomised controlled trial.

  • General election question time

    Help make health a major issue in next month’s general election, says CSP policy and research officer Alice Sorby.

  • David Nicholls

    David Nicholls explains why the Critical Physiotherapy Network (CPN) is helping to unlock doors that were previously closed to members of the profession.

  • In review: featured book and app library

    Our featured book is titled 'Pharmacology Handbook for Physiotherapists'. We also highlight an NHS England apps library that is designed to help patients with conditions such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. To find out more, read on...

  • Shaping physio student based learning

    Graham Clews looks at a CSP campaign designed to show why increasing opportunities for practice-based learning is vital for the profession.

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