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Profile - Jeelna Ruparelia
By Treating Farsi-speaking patients in groups Jeelna Ruparelia boosted attendance rates, Gill Hitchcock finds
All for One - CPD and student practice education
In the second of a two-part CPD series to support people involved in student practice education, CSP adviser Jennifer Duthie explains how learning
Guiding the way - mentoring scheme for overseas qualified members
As the CSP launches a mentoring scheme for overseas qualified members who are new to the UK, Robert Millett speaks to four physios who have already
Under pressure - your work rights are under attack
Whether you work in the NHS or elsewhere, your work rights continue to come under attack.
Physio findings - Researchers puzzle over vitamin D
In our regular column on research that's relevant to physiotherapists, Janet Wright looks at the latest clinical findings.
Letters - 5 March 2014
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Viewpoint - Women’s Day
International Women’s Day falls on 8 March.
Burning Question - Can I accept gifts from a service user?
CSP experts give you regular updates on employment-related issues. Got an issue you’re worried about?
In perspective - Mental health and you
Brendon Stubbs says physio staff can play a key in improving the overall health of those with mental illness
Advice line - Sexual harassment
Saraka Keating unravels what is meant by the term sexual harassment and what you can do to counter it
Comment - Good, bad and sad news
It’s fitting, with the CSP holding its annual representative conference in Cardiff this month, our
Pain pioneer Louis Gifford dies from cancer
It is with great sadness that Frontline reports the death of eminent physiotherapist Louis Gifford, whose pioneering teaching on pain science and i