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CSP research strategy

Document - Posted on 03/02/2014

CSP CSP 2014 ...

Research networks

Page - Posted on 07/01/2014

30 January 2017 7 January 2014 Get assistance with your own ...

Charity calls for review into levels of physiotherapy support available to people with multiple sclerosis

News item - Posted on 06/11/2013

6 November 2013 The MS Trust has called for a comprehensive examination of how much physiotherapy and occupational therapy is ...

Physio findings - orthopaedic

Frontline article - Posted on 05/11/2013

In our regular column on research that's relevant to physiotherapists, Janet Wright looks at the latest clinical findings. ...

Agents of change

Frontline article - Posted on 21/10/2013

Kim Patterson and Chantel Ostler’s passion for research is paying dividends in a forward-thinking NHS trust. Chris Mahony reports. ...

£124m research funds are set to ignite physios’ clinical passions

Frontline article - Posted on 02/09/2013

Pioneering health researchers in England will receive funding awards worth a total of £124 million, the Department of Health announced last month. ...

Spread the word

Frontline article - Posted on 06/08/2013

How do you get the results from your research integrated into practice settings? Janet Wright finds out from a successful team. ...

Physio-findings - Exercise

Frontline article - Posted on 15/07/2013

In our regular column on research that's relevant to physiotherapists, Janet Wright looks at the latest clinical findings. ...

‘I wonder what would happen if...?‘

Frontline article - Posted on 15/07/2013

The CSP’s latest research strategy encourages all physios to ask questions about their practice, as Janet Wright discovers ...

Physio findings - Physiotherapy Journal

Frontline article - Posted on 18/06/2013

Bullying, COPD, MSK telephone assessment, unpublished drug trials Do student physiotherapists experience bullying? Stubbs ...

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