Also in this issue
The value of values
What did you have for breakfast? Karen Middleton is a believer in the importance of culture in your daily diet
Dementia and younger people
Julie Rees gives a physio’s perspective on working with patients who have younger onset dementia
Robert Millett speaks to reps in Leeds who are helping physio staff to take on generic roles.
Physio findings: Cochrane sifts evidence for acupuncture
In our regular round-up on research Janet Wright looks at how Cochrane sifts evidence for acupuncture and how virtual reality keeps older people on
What is NICE, what can it do for you and what can you do for it?
NICE fellow Gail Sowden gives an overview of the role of NICE and explains how CSP members can get the most from its work.
3 minutes with Amanda Buttery
Amanda Buttery is helping to steer a national audit that aims to improve the quality of services delivered to people with dementia.
Maximising patient outcomes after locked-in syndrome
Locked-in syndrome was a terrifying experience for Kate Allatt – but physios can do more to help.
On your bike! Safer cycling policies
The CSP wants safer cycling policies and one member challenges the stance of a national cycling body.
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Editor's comment: working out
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Advice Line: fees for employment tribunals need reversing
The introduction of fees for employment tribunals was a catastrophe that needs reversing, says Ian Taylor