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United we stand: The rise of co-production
A sea-change in relationships between healthcare professionals and patients means the term co-production is increasingly on people’s lips.
3 minutes with ... Army physio Jane Heywood
Jane Heywood has a significant feather in her cap – she has been appointed as a regional healthcare adviser based in Germany.
Comment: crossing the divide
A team of CSP staff recently, and for the first time, attended a conference of social services directors, writes Frontline managing editor Lynn Ea
Physio findings: Rheumatoid arthritis
In our regular round-up of research that's relevant to physiotherapy staff, Janet Wright looks at the latest research news.
After hours: 24/7 services
Physios are finding ways to make 24/7 healthcare work, as Janet Wright reports.
In perspective: Firm foundations - preparing young children to fulfil their potential
As the experts in movement, physios play a key role in helping children to get the best possible start in life, argues Ripal Patel.
Letters: 5 November 2014
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Viewpoint: Common cause - improving workforce health
Chris Ball on maintaining ‘work ability’ and the challenge of having an ageing workforce.
Burning Question: I want to take my employer to a tribunal – do I have to pay?
CSP experts give you regular updates on employment-related issues. Got an issue you’re worried about?
Advice line: World of work - HCPC guidance on working temporarily in the UK.
Anna Lubasinska gives an update on the Health and Care Professions Council’s (HCPC) guidance on EU residents working in the UK on a 'temporary and