Also in this issue
workout@work day: Frontline magazine round-up
Members of the public joined Physiotherapy staff across the UK for workout@work day on 6 June. Robert Millett reports
3 minutes with… Alison Raw
Alison Raw has a key role at the Department of Health.She wants physios to play their part in a public health Week of Action
Sensational CPD: museums, galleries, radio and TV
CSP professional adviser for CPD Gwyn Owen explains how a range of activities, such as visiting museums, can become sensational CPD
Physio findings: triage and women's health
Janet Wright looks at new research of interest to physiotherapy staff.
Letters: 18 June 2014
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Viewpoint: it’s not ‘just asthma’
Sue McNulty says it’s time to shift the tide of complacency that surrounds asthma care
Advice Line: everyone’s business
Stuart Palma wants all CSP members to embrace the idea that public health falls naturally into their remit
Comment: stretching out
Lynn Eaton says a big thanks to all the CSP members who took part in this year’s Workout at Work Day.
Burning Question - I understand the law has changed again on TUPE – what’s happening?
CSP experts give you regular updates on employment-related issues. Got an issue you’re worried about?
In perspective: give it a go!
As someone who helps set the programme for the world’s major physiotherapy event, Aimée Stewart urges CSP members to ditch their inhibitions and su