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Frontline - 18 October 2017

Find out how CSP members are using their power to influence healthcare decision makers. You can also read about physiotherapists who are taking up pioneering posts in primary care services in north Wales and what it’s like to be a physiotherapist and staff representative on Orkney.

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Views and comments

  • Are you someone who reads Frontline from the front to the back? Or are you more likely to start at the back, with our Networks and networking pages, asks 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.

  • Physios help to alleviate many symptoms experienced by people affected by thalidomide, says Katy Sagoe.

  • Rachel Newton says there are many opportunities for CSP members to make their mark in the primary care field.

  • Louise Thompson outlines why Black History Month, which has its thirtieth anniversary this year, matters.

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Volume 23 Issue 18

Frontline 18 October 2017

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Physiotherapy jobs

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Courses and events

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