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The elevator pitch: How to promote physiotherapy
While we’d normally advocate taking the stairs, this second article in a two-part CPD series invites you to use the lift!
Game changer: Introducing the Commonwealth Games disability physios
Jennifer Trueland meets the physiotherapists who will keep the disabled athletes at Glasgow’s Commonwealth Games in tip-top condition
3 minutes with ... Julie Windsor
Julie Windsor’s passion for reducing falls has led to her taking on a top job in risk reduction and falls prevention at NHS England
Physio findings: Physiotherapy Journal
This is the 100th birthday of the CSP’s journal, Physiotherapy, Janet Wright reports
Viewpoint: Food focus
David Pearson from the Association of Directors of Adult Social Services warns that malnutrition remain
In perspective: There is a way to promote physiotherapy
NICE fellow Angela Green says there is way to promote physiotherapy through the
Letters: 16 July 2014
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Burning question -Will my contract change if my department moves to a seven-day service?
CSP experts give you regular updates on employment-related issues. Got an issue you’re worried about?
Advice line: A sting in the tail
Pip White explains why the CSP has issued new guidance on treating cauda equina syndrome
Comment: Everyone’s a winner
We’ve had a little celebration at Frontline this week – the magazine was commended by the TUC from among 17 union titles in its annual communicatio