Also in this issue
Ahead of the game
Mobile working yields benefits for physios and their patients at a pioneering hospice in the West Midlands. Gill Hitchcock reports
Older prisoners may be missing out on physiotherapy assessments
Too few older prisoners are being assessed by physiotherapists, according to Janet Thomas, who chairs Agile, the CSP-endorsed professional network
Profile - Mexico-bound
Laura Brown is determined to improve the lot of disabled children in Mexico. Robert Millett reports
Physio findings - orthopaedic
In our regular column on research that's relevant to physiotherapists, Janet Wright looks at the latest clinical findings.
Letters - 6 November 2013
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In perspective - education is the global key
Though physical therapists’ education is not uniform, Tracy Bury argues that setting internationally-accepted standards is still possible.
David Richardson outlines how Age UK is helping to support the growing number of older people in the country
Advice line - Help at hand
Pramod Selkar outlines some of the guidance and sources of support that the CSP offers to physios who qualified overseas.
Burning question - self-employed and paying for union services
CSP experts give you regular updates on employment-related issues. Got an issue you’re worried about?
Comment - Beyond your comfort zone
There’s an international theme running in this issue of Frontline.