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Shaking up the NHS: why physios must understand the future NHS
Suzanne Rastrick, NHS England’s chief allied health professions officer, tells Gill Hitchcock why physios are key to the NHS and can raise their pr
Know your context: CPD and leadership
In the third article in our leadership series, CSP adviser Nina Paterson explains how members can raise their small ‘p’ political awareness.
Physio findings: WCPT Congress and charitable trust awards
In our regular round-up of research that's relevant to physiotherapy staff, Janet Wright looks at CSP’s contribution to WCPT congress.
3 minutes with Julie Knight
The first associate members were welcomed into the CSP 21 years ago. Julie Knight says all members should celebrate the anniversary.
Growing problems: treating children with MSK conditions
Are mainstream MSK physios equipped to deal with children, ask Kerry McGarrity and Vicky Easton.
Getting it right: working in wheelchair services
Working in wheelchair services might not sound glamorous but it is a rewarding and vital speciality, says Claire Offord.
Letters: 6 May 2015
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Editor's comment: From global to local
Members of the worldwide physiotherapy family gathered a few days ago in Singapore for their four-yearly conference.
Advice line: NHS bid to improve the experiences of black and minority ethnic staff
Pramod Selkar welcomes an NHS bid to improve the experiences of black and minority ethnic staff.