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Making it happen: more on leadership
In the fourth and final article in a series on leadership, CSP adviser Nina Paterson sums up some of the key messages.
3 minutes with Anna Lowe
Anna Lowe has put her commitment to improving the public’s health into effect by creating a social enterprise.
Physio findings: sports physios tackle trolls and journal findings
In our regular round-up of research that's relevant to physiotherapy staff, Janet Wright looks at how sports physios tackle trolls and physiotherap
Coming soon: Devo Manc
We know about Scottish devolution. Now Manchester is talking of going it alone - what does this mean? Gill Hitchcock reports.
A rounded view: physiotherapists have a lot to teach
José Gibbs looks at a physiotherapist’s contribution to the education of other healthcare professions.
Comment: Think, plan, act – and relax!
Incredibly, we’re already in June, the longest day looms, and half of 2015 has gone, says Frontline managing editor Lynn Eaton.
Advice line: shared parental leave
The recent changes to parental leave rights are explained by Saraka Keating.
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Worldly wise: one WCPT experience
Stuart Palma gives a personal reflection on attending his first World Confederation for Physical Therapy event.