Also in this issue
Let’s get digital: England’s NHS e-referral service
England’s NHS e-referral service launched in June, replacing Choose and Book.
Greens, blues and high-heeled shoes: memories of training in the 1940s
Just before her death last year, Brenda Tillotson sent us this reminiscence of physio training in the 1940s.
In Person: is your modesty misplaced?
CSP chief executive Karen Middleton offers advice to a member who doesn’t want to be seen as a show-off.
On the cusp: technology and healthcare
Could technology make healthcare more predictive and less reactive? CSP professional adviser and gadget guru Stuart Palma investigates.
Physio findings: physios tackle barriers to research
In our regular round-up of research that's relevant to physiotherapy staff, Janet Wright looks at how healthcare professionals rely on research to
Three minutes with Cheryl Ede
Ever wondered what a staff side chair does?
Editor's comment: be in it to win it!
July and November tend to be the months when award ceremonies hit the headlines.
Your comments: 15 July 2015
This week's lead letter pays tribute to Stephanie Turner and Esther Hartsilver.
Advice line: care certificate for support workers
Catherine Smith discusses what the care certificate means for support workers.
Different strokes: seven-day services and stroke care
Mark McGlinchey looks at what offering stroke services at weekends might mean in practice.
Leading lights: physiotherapy's unique contribution to managing MS
Physio Imogen Scott Plummer says physio staff can take a leadership role in the MS field.