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Show resilience not strength: Karen Middleton on leadership
What makes a good leader? It’s not just about being tough, says CSP's chief executive.
3 minutes with ... Stuart Wildman
Stuart Wildman manages to hold down a day job while running a website for patients and professionals on topics relating to MSK ultrasound.
Physio findings: diabetes, evidence, research news
In our regular round-up of research that's relevant to physiotherapy staff, Janet Wright looks at the latest research news.
Marking a milestone: ERUS director Claire Sullivan
Claire Sullivan is the first physio to head up the CSP’s employment relations and union services, as Ian A McMillan discovers.
Letters: 19 November 2014
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In perspective: Window on the world - physiotherapy differs from country to country
Catherine Sykes from the WCPT says there are stark contrasts in the make-up of physiotherapy around the world.
Viewpoint: Mind the gap - better approaches to wellbeing
Taking steps to promote wellbeing makes economic sense, argues Christine Berry.
Comment: Putting patients first
Our cover feature in this issue is about the role of patients’ comments on the care and services they receive.
Advice line: Are you covered? Insurance advice from the CSP
Pip White unpicks what cover is provided to CSP members who go to work in conflict zones or give first aid when someone unexpectedly falls ill.
Burning Question: Changes to holiday pay
CSP experts give you regular updates on employment-related issues. Got an issue you’re worried about?