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Frontline - 17 January 2018

Our cover feature tackles a taboo subject: bowel care. We look at the physio's role in treating both incontinence and constipation. Meanwhile, we look at a joined-up approach to paediatric physio and find out about Darzi fellow Stuart Yeomans.

Cover story

  • Finding relief

    Tears turn into smiles at Aintree’s healthy bowel clinic, the only one in the UK thought to be run by specialist physiotherapists for people with chronic bowel problems. Andrew Cole reports.

Features and focuses

Views and comments

  • Being a research fellow helped me improve the lives of people with dementia, says Victoria Booth.

  • Is your patient one of the 35,000 being given psychotropic medication inappropriately, asks Jenny Tinkler.

  • Rosalind Campbell urges physios to get involved in the Model Hospital programme, run by NHS Improvement.

  • We’re told that 15 January is the most depressing day of the year, 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

Volume 24 Issue 02

17 January 2018

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