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Review of the year: 2015
It’s been a busy year for the CSP and its members. We reflect on the highlights.
3 minutes with Gita Ramdharry
Dr Gita Ramdharry is helping community physiotherapists gain tools to support people with neuromuscular conditions.
In person: Great expectations
Physiotherapy students have more than just youth on their side, as CEO Karen Middleton explains.
Physio findings: research is the central pillar of evidence-based practice world-wide
In our regular round-up on research items Janet Wright looks at research as the central pillar of evidence-based practice world wide and members’ c
Seasonal greetings: Lynn Eaton looks forward to Xmas
The year is drawing to a close and, with the holiday ahead, no doubt everyone will be looking forward to some down time.
Poorer countries need their health staff too
Catherine Sykes of the World Confederation of Physical Therapy reminds us that strengthening our profession in every country will help to meet loca
Learning disabilities: help to build the right support
Mainstream healthcare is opening up to people with a learning disability, says Jenny Tinkler.
Advice line: CSP’s new guidance on transgender issues
Jess Belmonte outlines the CSP’s new guidance on transgender issues.
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