Also in this issue
Tackling mental health problems
In the run-up to World Mental Health Day on 10 October, Gill Hitchcock reports on a physio-led football project in Dundee.
Student's view: Top 10 tips for practice placements
Going on a placement can be a challenge. Chris Martey offers some advice
All Change: First steps in a new career
Taking your first steps into a career or a new post offers many chances to reflect on your practice, says CSP adviser Nina Paterson.
3 minutes with ... Fran Woodard
Physio Fran Woodard, national director of a leading cancer charity, won an HSJ accolade for being an inspirational woman in healthcare.
Physio findings: HIV guidelines, musculoskeletal, neurology
Janet Wright looks at new research of interest to physiotherapy staff.
In perspective: David Herdman on concussion in sport
David Herdman calls for greater awareness of the risks associated with concussion in sport.
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Viewpoint: Laura Ferguson on loneliness
Laura Ferguson argues that loneliness takes its toll on the body as well as the mind
Advice line: Lessons from practice
Ever wondered what physiotherapy qualifying programmes are like today? Jennifer Duthie discusses how you can play a part.
Comment: Counting the cost of falls
It’s not often that, as physio staff, you can put a clear cost on the benefits of your services, says Frontline managing editor Lynn Eaton
Burning Question: Can I be transferred under TUPE against my wishes?
CSP experts give you regular updates on employment-related issues. Got an issue you’re worried about?