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Physios cross the globe for youth games
Four physios have travelled almost 10,000 miles to work with some of the UK’s brightest young athletes at this month’s Commonwealth Youth Games.
Top tips for students: How to land that first job after graduating
Making the transition from being a student to the world of work can seem daunting. Recent graduate Chris Martey offers some pointers.
On being mortal: leadership and end-of-life care
While on holiday, CSP chief executive Karen Middleton read an inspirational book on the need to reform healthcare.
Physio findings: award-winning physio explores success of surgery
In our regular round-up of reseach related articles Janet Wright looks at award-winning surgery and asks the question, can enhanced rehabilitation
3 minutes with Patrick Shaughnessy
A life-threatening childhood illness led Patrick Shaughnessy to embark on a career in physiotherapy, as he explains below.
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Advice line: the controversial issue of evidence-based medicine
Carley King looks at the controversial issue of evidence-based medicine.
Viewpoint: Making a difference - working in conflict and disaster zones
Responding to global emergencies is hugely rewarding – despite the many challenges, says Peter Skelton.
Stand and deliver: using rota stands to aid stroke recovery
Louise Norman unpicks the pros and cons of using rota stands with people who have had a stroke.