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Here to support you and your work
In the first of her regular columns for Frontline, CSP chief exec Karen Middleton says leadership is for everyone – not just the boss
Physio findings - How to make your research count
In our regular column on research that's relevant to physiotherapists, Janet Wright looks at the latest clinical findings.
Getting engaged - staff engagement, managing stress and physios as problem-solvers
NHS managers and CSP assistant director Claire Sullivan talk to Gill Hitchcock about staff engagement, managing stress and physios as problem-solve
Connecting with the CSP - enhancing CPD
CSP professional adviser Gwyn Owen looks at some of the ways you can enhance your continuing professional development by linking with the CSP
Viewpoint - Patient power
The Euro elections on 22 May offer people with long-term conditions a chance to voice their opinions, says Robert A Johnstone
Letters - 7 May 2014
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In perspective - A shared vision
Physiotherapy and social care staff can work together to improve care and promote wellbeing, says Sue Hayward-Giles
Comment - Into battle
This year is the centenary of the start of the First World War.
Burning Question - Can I retract my resignation?
CSP experts give you regular updates on employment-related issues. Got an issue you’re worried about?
Advice line - Short shrift
The rising use and abuse of short-term contracts in the NHS is bad news for staff and patients alike, argues Kate Moran