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Networking: do what you do best - just keep talking
CSP Chief executive Karen Middleton has been flying the physio flag, here she offers members some tips on networking.
Physiotherapy works: demonstrate the benefit of physio to decision-makers, patients and the public
Physiotherapy Works plans to demonstrate the benefit of physio to decision-makers, patients and the public. Find out how you as a CSP member can p
3 minutes with... Ben Langley
Cricket fans will be flocking to next week’s opening Test Match with India. England’s lead physio Ben Langley tells Frontline about his role.
Physio findings: lung cancer, rehabilitation, lymphoedema, breast cancer
Janet Wright looks at new research of interest to physiotherapy staff.
Burning Question - do I have the right to return to work part-time after my maternity leave?
CSP experts give you regular updates on employment-related issues. Got an issue you’re worried about?
Viewpoint: stop it now
Tom Davies from Amnesty calls for an end to torture through medical interventions
Advice line - leading by example
Stuart Palma argues that physiotherapy staff are duty-bound to take on a leading role in health promotion
Comment - Now for the good news!
With the media routinely telling us so much bad news about the NHS, an item that appeared in some newspapers last month caught my eye and helped to
In perspective - momentum for change
The paucity of people with black and minority ethnic backgrounds in the top NHS posts must be tackled, argues Pramod Selkar
Letters: 2 July 2014
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