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Falls guys - falls prevention in the Highlands
Ian A McMillan meets two physios in the Highland region who raise awareness about keeping older people in their own homes after a fall, wherever po
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Meeting local needs: promoting public health
In the second of a two-part series on promoting public health, CSP professional adviser Carley King looks at making the most of your resources.
In review: featured books
A History of Exercise Therapy: From ancient to modern times by Alex Daulat.
Physio findings: programme cuts number of falls, movement assessment reveals risk of cerebral palsy
Janet Wright looks at newly published studies.
3 minutes with Muir Gray
Over the official retirement age, but not over the hill, public health expert Muir Gray gives his tips on an active life as Older People’s Day come
As the conference season begins, it’s a busy time here at the CSP. Lynn Eaton on why the society's gearing up for Physiotherapy UK.
Hot topic: Is it vital to be a role model?
Do physio staff have to be role models if they are encouraging patients to be more active? Two experts give their opinion.