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  • 19 June 2018
    Getting into Private Practice Event When the PPiPs committee surveyed the APCP membership, last year, it was evident that the overwhelming request was for information regarding moving into private practice.  As a result, the PPiPs committee were...
  • 18 June 2018
    While there was little new detail on how the money would be raised or spent, Mrs May used the speech to outline some of her priorities for the NHS.  Prof Karen Middleton, who was in the invited audience for the event, said:  ‘There was much to...
  • 18 June 2018
  • 18 June 2018
    Spasticity is involuntary muscle over-activity, which commonly follows damage to the central nervous system (brain and spinal cord). It presents in a variety of ways depending on the size, location and age of the lesion, and may have a number of harmful...
  • 18 June 2018
    Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy Rebecca Crane Routledge ISBN 9781138643222 This is a concise, informative book designed to offer an overview of mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT). It is also a reference book and a resource for useful...
  • 18 June 2018
    Dementia ‘pub’ cheers patients Further to your report about Dementia Action Week (Frontline 6 June), I would like to share an event we held for older people at St George’s Hospital in Morpeth.   We turned Woodhorn ward into a ‘pub’, The Woodhorn...
  • 18 June 2018
    Contemporaneous record-keeping is a fundamental requirement of practising as a physiotherapist. All practising members will be aware of the requirements by the HCPC to maintain adequate records. However, we may not always consider the impact of poor...
  • 18 June 2018
    In 2014 Nottingham City CCG agreed to a one-year valuation of providing physiotherapy, as a first point of contact, for patients with musculoskeletal complaints.   We showed them that patients were reporting ever-increasing waits to see their GP....
  • 18 June 2018
    People with a learning disability are less active than the rest of the population, with only 13.5 per cent of people participating once a week in any physical activity. This is due to a variety of factors and obstacles that stand in their way.  
  • 18 June 2018
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