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Frontline staff on the physio news affecting you.

  • 17 Jul 2017 - 11:19am
    It’s also a time when many newly-graduated physios will be starting their first job. Here’s wishing all of you well in your career. Remember, the CSP is here to help you along the way, as our cover feature demonstrates.
     
    Frontline, along with the various...
  • 3 Jul 2017 - 5:07pm

    Bradford breaks the mould

    The University of Bradford is launching a Health and Care Professions Council-approved physiotherapy programme. Called MPhysiotherapy (Sport and Exercise Medicine), we believe it is the first integrated master’s course in physiotherapy in the UK with a sport and exercise medicine focus.

    After completing the four-year programme, which starts in...

  • 30 Jun 2017 - 12:07pm

    This week it is the NHS’s 69th birthday, on 5 July. It’s an opportunity to remind politicians that the staff who work for it deserve a decent salary. And, while some celebrating is in order, there are many reasons to be concerned about our much loved but ailing institution.

    For many members the impact on funding is affecting their day-to-day lives and not just their pay packets. ‘Make...

  • 19 Jun 2017 - 9:49am

    Green fingers

    Gardening can be a very rewarding way of keeping active in order to maintain and improve fitness and wellbeing. The Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Cardiac Rehabilitation (ACPICR) professional network has added a new leaflet on gardening to an existing range on activities for patients with heart problems. These look at topics such as golf, swimming,...

  • 19 Jun 2017 - 9:36am

    I had the pleasure of visiting members of a community team the day after the election. Politics wasn't on the agenda, but the issue of social care and older people definitely was.

    While driving around Oxfordshire with the physiotherapy lead, it became clear how complex people's lives can become, particularly after a bad fall or a stroke.

    Where the patient had previously been...

  • 2 Jun 2017 - 2:38pm

    What’s reasonable?

    The Association of Chartered Physiotherapists for People with a Learning Disability professional network has launched a resource aimed at colleagues working in mainstream services. This is titled ‘So your next patient has a learning disability: making reasonable adjustments’. Topics covered include planning appointments, making communication work, adapting...
  • 2 Jun 2017 - 1:33pm
    How engaged have you been in the debates? Did you feel you were well informed about the issues, given the articles we’ve printed in Frontline? If you’ve not voted in the past, did you do so this time? 
     
    And now, how do you feel things will change – if at all – for you and your family? What about work? Whether in the NHS or in the private sector?
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  • 12 May 2017 - 2:56pm

    Pressure point

    I am part of the therapy team at Beaumont College, Scope, in Lancaster. We offer education and support to young adults with complex physical disabilities and learning difficulties. 
     
    The college seeks to maximise the students’ potential through varied activities. I am establishing an acupressure service at the college with the aim of...
  • 12 May 2017 - 2:49pm
    It’s set against the backdrop of the CSP’s call for 500 more physiotherapists to enter the workforce a year – part of its election agenda.
     
  • 28 Apr 2017 - 2:05pm

    Jargon busting 

    DBE, SLR, SOB, IRQ, NWB: we all know what they mean, don’t we? But would your healthcare colleagues understand your notes – and what about your patients?
     
    At BMI Healthcare we have started on an ambitious project focusing on our use of acronyms, symbols and abbreviations. We started after a coroner told us our notes could only be...
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