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Frontline - 5 July 2017

In this issue of Frontline, you can find out about the work of a physiotherapists at a specialist cardiothoracic hospital. They have helped to improve the care of patients who have had a stroke after surgery. Elsewhere, CSP chair Catherine Pope examines a set of proposals that could see major changes to the CSP Council, and a feature article looks at an increasingly popular approach in clinical practice: motivational interviewing.

Cover story

  • Robert Millett meets the team at a specialist cardiothoracic hospital that is improving the care of patients who have a stroke after surgery.

Features and focuses

Views and comments

  • Katherine Jones congratulates the Physiotherapy journal on a milestone.

  • Sending text reminders to patients about their appointments is popular and cuts waste, says Laura Cameron

  • Be imaginative about widening the range of practice-based learning opportunities for students, says Katrina Kennedy.

  • Happy 69th birthday to the NHS this week, writes Frontline managing editor Lynn Eaton.

  • Here are your comments on topics covered by us. We look forward to hearing your views and opinions on all related articles. Please email us at frontline@csp.org.uk;

Links

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