Also in this issue
A question of culture: practical approaches to a good workplace
Many people talk about the importance of creating a good workplace culture. But what does it mean in practical terms, asks Daniel Allen.
Clinical update: concussion
Minor head trauma isn’t just a sports injury, says Janet Wright.
In person: we all make mistakes
If something goes wrong, is it a crisis or an event to learn from, asks CSP chief executive Karen Middleton.
Cognitive behavioural therapy, University College London's first professor of physiotherapy Eleanor Main and manual therapy.
Comment: one to one
Physios have a privileged insight into people’s lives, says Lynn Eaton.
Advice line: seasonal work in the French Alps
Fancy a spell working in a French ski resort? Think again, warns Birgit Mueller-Winkler.
The health gap
In his new book, The Health Gap, Michael Marmot sets out how our health and wellbeing could be dramatically improved.
Pelvic girdle pain
Physios can play a key role in helping pregnant women with this condition, argues Sarah Fishburn.
Physio Findings: study sheds light on nerve pain symptoms
Plus: journal findings, falls in mental health settings, evidence-based practice.
3 minutes with Richard O'Connell
Associate member Richard O’Connell is gearing up to speak at next week’s Physiotherapy UK event in Liverpool.