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Clinical audit

Physios break down barriers to work

News item - Posted on 13/01/2011

13 January 2011 Occupational health services, including physiotherapy, are helping to reduce long-term sick leave in the NHS, ...

Audit shows how to improve hip-fracture care

News item - Posted on 09/09/2010

9 September 2010 Standards of NHS care for hip fractures are improving, according to the National Hip Fracture Database’s 2010 audit. ...

Major trauma care in England

News item - Posted on 05/02/2010

5 February 2010 Rehabilitation services for patients suffering major trauma are patchy across the country and patients are not always ...

Combined approach works for trauma patients, audit shows

Frontline article - Posted on 18/01/2010

Around eight out of 10 highly traumatised patients showed significant improvement following a combination of physiotherapy, craniosacral therapy and verbal skills in dealing with trauma, an audit of a ...

Standardised data collection

Page - Posted on 20/11/2009

4 March 2011 Find out why standardised data collection has become an essential part of modern healthcare. ...

Measuring services for people with MS

Frontline article - Posted on 03/09/2009

A group of therapists working with people with multiple sclerosis have produced new resources aimed at improving management of the condition. ...

Further improvements needed to back care services

Frontline article - Posted on 05/05/2009

An audit of physiotherapy management of low back pain, believed to be the first of its kind in the world, has been published with the aim of introducing a more consistent approach to treatment across ...

Audit into breast cancer care

Frontline article - Posted on 02/07/2008

Physiotherapists are helping a specialist team of clinicians to assess the provision of care to women with breast cancer who undergo mastectomy and breast reconstruction surgery in England and Wales. ...

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