Also in this issue
Make every contact count: talking about public health
In the first of two articles on physio’s role in public health, CSP professional adviser Carley King looks at making every contact count.
Getting personal: physiotherapy and personal health budgets
Personal health budgets can put people in control of their healthcare. Gill Hitchcock looks at a radical new approach to service delivery.
Turning the tables: improving prostate cancer rehab
Robert Millett meets a physio who leads a project that’s improving rehab options for men with prostate cancer.
In review: featured books and websites
Compassionate healthcare, researching and social media, new apps and biographies.
3 minutes with Ellen Louise Hellard
Being a CSP learning champion gives musculoskeletal physio Ellen Louis Hellard another string to her professional bow, including an appearance at a
Physio findings: iStep and children with cystic fibrosis, WCPT 2015 and leadership roles
Janet Wright looks at how iStep bridges the gap for children with cystic fibrosis, how physios take leadership roles and how specific treatments he
Comment: growing older
Frontline managing editor Lynn Eaton looks at the issue of growing older and urges members to support Older People’s Day on 1 October.
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Advice line: written or verbal agreements
Members must be wary about making written or verbal agreements with their employers, says CSP national legal officer Ian Taylor
Cycling challenge: Charlotte Brookes is determined to carry on
Despite recent tragedies, physio Charlotte Brookes is determined to carry on cycling.
Tackle inequality and improve health: LGBT health and wellbeing
Physio staff are well placed to support people from the LGBT community, says physio Maeve O’Neill from the Rainbow Project in Belfast.