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In review: featured books

Frontline article - Posted on 18/11/2016

Our featured book looks at the principles and practice of yoga in health care.  We also feature a digital book titled 'The Researcher', which aims to raise awareness about research careers among nurses, ...

2016 updated - Managing Activity and Exercise with an Eating Disorder - Service User Booklet

Document - Posted on 09/03/2016

Kate Brown, Advanced Specialist Physiotherapist It is widely known that there are many positive physical and psychological health benefits ...

2016 updated - Exercise and management of osteoporosis with an eating disorder

Document - Posted on 08/03/2016

Lynn Hammond and Kate Brown, Advanced Specialist Physiotherapists Osteoporosis is a progressive skeletal disease which leads to a reduced ...

Physios can help identify patients with eating disorders

News item - Posted on 18/06/2015

18 June 2015 Physiotherapists can play a vital role in identifying patients with eating disorders, according to members of the ...

Clinical update: osteoporosis and eating disorders

Frontline article - Posted on 15/06/2015

Osteoporosis affects some 3 million people in the UK. This progressive condition, which reduces bone mass and strength, is often found among people with eating disorders. Lynn Hammond and colleagues look at ...

CSP mental health worker welcomes eating disorder plans

News item - Posted on 08/12/2014

8 December 2014 The government’s plans to improve the treatment of young people with eating disorders have been welcomed by a ...

Step in the right direction: one CSP member’s work in the field of eating disorders

Frontline article - Posted on 20/11/2013

Technical instructor Heather Grimwade has enjoyed a 21-year career in the mental health field, despite entering it by accident. Ian A McMillan reports.  ...

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