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Editor's comment: under pressure
Our cover feature highlights a vital issue in the workplace: stress. Few of us like to admit it when we’re under pressure.
Spreading the word: exercise after ileostomy
Physio Gillian Clarke recommends that patients take a softly-softly approach to exercise after having an ileostomy, as Gill Hitchcock and Mark Goul
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Physio findings: exercise to control blood pressure and training people with cancer needs evidence
Janet Wright looks at exercise to control blood pressure for pregnant women and training people with cancer needs firm evidence.
Protect and survive: athletes and concussion
Athletes need better protection, argues physiotherapist Theo Farley from the Concussion Screening Company.
Advice line: what’s a fair pay rise for physiotherapy staff?
The CSP and other unions want a 1.9 per cent pay rise for NHS staff, says Peter Finch.
Come together: addressing work-related stress
Employers must work with NHS trade unions to address work-related stress, says Kim Sunley.
Bridging the digital divide
West Suffolk NHS Trust’s £19 million IT overhaul includes software designed for physios.
Coping with loss and grief
Gwyn Owen and Jane Toms explore some resources that students can take up in order to learn about coping with loss and grief.
In review: featured books and websites
Our featured book looks at social policy and thier consequences since the Cold Climate crisis, while we also feature news of a film to raise awaren
3 minutes with Hannah Young
For the next three and a half years, Hannah Young will be working on a part-time basis on a National Institute for Health Research fellowship.