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A new arrival: advice on starting a new job
Make a good impression from day one in a new job, says CSP chief executive Karen Middleton.
3 minutes with Rachael Machin
Physio Rachael Machin doesn’t pull her punches when it comes to tackling equality and diversity issues.
Clinical update: osteoporosis and eating disorders
Osteoporosis affects some 3 million people in the UK.
Physio findings: W@WD and research evidence on women’s urinary incontinence at Glasgow Caledonian University
Janet Wright investigates physical activity in the workplace and women taking action to combat urge incontinence.
Back in power: what can we expect under the new government?
The general election delivered a majority Conservative government in Westminster while the SNP won almost all the seats in Scotland.
Editor's comment: what did you do on Workout at Work Day?
Almost 1,000 CSP members took part in Workout at Work Day last Friday. What did you do, asks Frontline managing editor Lynn Eaton.
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Advice line: dilemmas when using social media
Osman Ahmed says that people working in the sports and exercise field face special dilemmas when using social media.
Help at hand: updated guidance on child protection issues now available
Updated guidance on child protection issues is now available, says Amanda Thomas.
Is standing the new sitting?
CSP adviser adviser Jenny Nissler considers the latest evidence on the benefits of standing at work.