Also in this issue
On the ball: staff wellbeing at the Walton Centre in Liverpool
The Walton Centre in Liverpool is ahead of the game in terms of keeping staff fit and healthy. Jennifer Trueland reports.
Work in progress: Mel Stewart on CSP's equality networks
Physiotherapy lecturer Mel Stewart weighs up progress on black and minority ethnic issues over the past couple of decades in the CSP and beyond.
3 minutes with Pamela Scarborough
Pamela Scarborough is a cystic fibrosis specialist who is a committed campaigner for more people to become organ donors.
CPD: everyone’s involved in practice education
CSP professional adviser Nina Paterson explains why everyone can contribute to making practice education a resounding success.
Physio findings: award winning posters from Physio UK 2015
In our regular round-up on research items Janet Wright looks at some award-winning posters from Physio UK 2015.
In review: books, web resources, videos
A Simple Guide to Back Pain and its Management, NeuroTribes: the legacy of autism, Yoga for Grief and Loss
Having ‘difficult’ conversations
Witnessing her father’s care in ICU convinced Julia Tabrah that staff need better training on dealing with distressed relatives.
Advice line: how to contribute to the CSP members’ magazine
Lynn Eaton offers guidance on how to contribute to Frontline
Comment: From big to small ‘p’ politics
There was a buzz around the society’s London headquarters last week.
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Breathing easy: world COPD day
With World COPD Day happening this week, Kate Bennett discusses the imminent launch of a CSP model on the condition.