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Frontline editor Lynn Eaton is continually amazed at just how diverse physiotherapists’ work can be.

Take a look at this issue: a feature on the contribution of physios in the care of children with brain tumours; a story about the CSP’s work with the Royal College of Midwives on incontinence after childbirth (page 8); and the fantastic news that eight physios have been approved as independent prescribers (page 10).

On page 32 we look at how physios in south Yorkshire are supporting older people who have dementia, trying to make the patient’s care package ‘as perfect as possible’.

What better example to illustrate the CSP’s Physiotherapy Works campaign, which is currently highlighting the role physios can play in improving older people’s lives?

If you’re proud of the work you do, don’t be shy: share it with others.

You could start by entering this year’s CSP awards.

The winning teams are featured in Frontline, showcasing your work to other members and – importantly – to those involved in commissioning services.

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Lynn Eaton managing editor Frontline and head of CSP member communications

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21 May 2014

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