Also in this issue
Step in the right direction: apprenticeships
Apprenticeships can offer an unconventional route into the field of physiotherapy and other permanent jobs. Daniel Allen reports.
On the record: The importance of good record keeping
With updated guidance here on the CSP website, Ruth Ten Hove explains why good record keeping is vitally important.
3 minutes with ... Darren Brown
With World AIDS Day occurring this week, Darren Brown explains how he developed the skills needed to be a specialist physiotherapist in HIV.
Physio findings: Physiotherapy journal
Physiotherapy journal editor Michele Harms looks at the latest research, including musculoskeletal triage, movement measurements, and grip strength
In perspective: Greek tragedy?
Kim Gainsborough reports on a recent visit to Greece, where she found healthcare workers are managing to provide services – despite the ongoing fin
Viewpoint: Out of sight - looking out for patients with dual sensory loss
Sue Brown says physios can help to refer deafblind people to appropriate services.
Letters: 3 December 2014
This month's letters to Frontline.
Comment: Remarkable people
Advice line: Say no TTIP
The NHS and public health are under threat from a new international treaty, as Jill Barker explains.
Burning Question: Menopause affects my work. What should I do?
CSP experts give you regular updates on employment-related issues. Got an issue you’re worried about?