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Recruitment

Your comments: 1 March 2017

Frontline article - Posted on 24/02/2017

Here are your comments on topics covered by us. We look forward to hearing your views and opinions on all related articles. Please email us at frontline@csp.org.uk ; ...

A randomized controlled trial comparing McKenzie therapy and motor control exercises on the recruitment of trunk muscles in people with chronic low back pain: a trial protocol

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 01/06/2015

Objective To investigate if McKenzie exercises when applied to a cohort of patients with chronic LBP who have a directional preference demonstrate improved recruitment of the transversus abdominis ...

Pay Review Body evidence

Page - Posted on 23/03/2015

23 March 2015 23 March 2015 England seven days services plan ...

Recruitment to clinical trials of exercise: challenges in the peripheral arterial disease population

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 29/11/2013

Objectives To describe recruitment to a randomised controlled trial of a 12-week (twice-weekly) supervised exercise programme for patients with peripheral arterial disease (PAD). PAD is a chronic, ...

Burning question - recruitment and person specifications

Frontline article - Posted on 16/04/2013

I failed to get a promotion. But I met the ‘person spec’, unlike the successful candidate – is this fair?’ While this might ...

Perceptions of physiotherapy compared with nursing and medicine amongst minority ethnic and White UK students: implications for recruitment

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 06/10/2010

Objectives Members of minority ethnic groups are under-represented in many allied health professions including physiotherapy. This research project investigated factors influencing attitudes to ...

ARC - NHS ‘must do better’ on sexual diversity

Frontline article - Posted on 20/03/2009

The CSP should do more to encourage better working practices with regard to lesbians, gay men and bisexual staff in the NHS, the Conference heard. ...

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