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Collaborative cardiac care: University Hospital of North Staffordshire NHS trust
Robert Millett meets the physios from north Staffordshire who are using innovative partnerships to make cardiac rehab available to a wide group of
In focus: flexible working
Most physio staff now have the right to request flexible working.
Three minutes with Gillian Jordan
Retiring from physiotherapy practice does not mean that life slows down, as Gillian Jordan discovered.
Physio findings: mind and body unite to combat pain
Janet Wright looks at the latest research news and Michele Harms reports on Physiotherapy Journal findings.
Knowing me: Leadership & CPD
In the second in a series of leadership, CSP adviser Nina Paterson says successful leaders start by ensuring they know themselves.
Daring to be different: the importance of thought diversity
Being able to think creatively outside your comfort zone is key to being successful, says CSP chief Karen Middleton.
Senior service: Dot Gibson calls for better care for older people
As the general election looms, Dot Gibson of the National Pensioners Convention explains why all political parties should sign up to a manifesto ca
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Advice line: supply training in rebound therapy
No one individual or organisation has the sole right to supply training in rebound therapy, says assistant director of practice and development Sue
Comment: creature comforts
Human beings tend to be creatures of habit but we all need to challenge ourselves, says Frontline managing editor Lynn Eaton.
Work in progress: Léonie Dawson on managing sickness absence
Léonie Dawson outlines how physios can play a key role in keeping people healthy at work and cutting sickness rates.