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In perspective: Busy new year
CSP council chair Sue Rees applauds members who have thrown their weight behind a bid to secure physiotherapy’s future and looks at the challenges
Dealing with dyslexia
One CSP member in 40 has reported having dyslexia, about 60 delegates attending a one-day event at the society’s headquarters in London heard.
Be in it to win it!
Love them or hate them, awards and honours offer recognition. So go for them, says Karen Middleton.
3 minutes with ... Nicola Willcocks
Integrating her physio background with a deeper awareness of mental health issues has proved a boon for Sheffield-based Nicola Willcocks.
Physio findings: Palliative care and musculoskeletal research
Janet Wright looks at the latest physiotherapy research.
Comment: New year, new you?
The first edition of a new year always heralds a new beginning, says Frontline managing editor Lynn Eaton.
Viewpoint: Cut out waste
Performing the right test at the right time saves costly resources, says Daniel Maughan.
Advice line: Alpine allure
Tempted by thoughts of working in a French ski resort? Think twice, warns Birgit Mueller-Winkler.