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Three minutes with Alison Chambers
Ever-wondered what a pro vice-chancellor does? Alison Chambers from Bucks New University explains all.
Any questions? Karen Middleton on preparing for job interviews
In the second part of her advice on getting a job, chief executive Karen Middleton looks at the interview stage.
Clinical update: Continence care
Urinary incontinence in women can have a devastating effect on their lives. Stephanie Knight looks at the latest treatment guidance.
Physio findings: Physio help for vegetative states, exercise reduces the risk of falls
In our regular round-up of research that's relevant to physiotherapy staff, Janet Wright looks at how physios help families cope with vegetative st
Viewpoint: time to change hip fracture rehabilitation
The CSP has worked with the British Orthopaedic Association (BOA) in an evaluation of orthopaedic rehab services.
Self-referral could save NHS millions
There is mounting evidence to support the case for self-referral in MSK care, says Ruth ten Hove.
Advice line: Opportunities for physios in primary care settings
There are exciting opportunities for physios in primary care settings across the UK, says Andy Lord.
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Comment: Still campaigning
Frontline editor Lynn Eaton on how the CSP will be responding to the election result of 7 May.