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Light touch: the way the CSP is influencing the way others view physiotherapy
Physios worry more about their patients than policy.
Hearing the voice of the patient
Need to lobby for your services? Your patients are your strongest card says Richard Griffin.
Robert Millett speaks to physios at a new ventilation unit and hears about the benefits of lung ultrasound.
Editor's comment: Liverpool beckons
This year the CSP’s annual clinical conference has morphed into something quite different.
Physio findings: can electricity calm overactive bladders?
In our latest editon of physio findings, Janet Wright along with CSP research adviser Katherine Jones looks at electricity calming overactive bladd
Advice Line: why does Black History Month matter?
Why does Black History Month matter? Myless Mwanza finds out.
Not just ‘NICE’ enough
Elaine Chesworth adds her voice to those calling for physios to get involved in NICE.
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CSP goes Euro
With the leading European physio conference on your doorstep this year, what’s not to like, asks Natalie Beswetherick.
3 minutes with Adam Morgan
Juggling two very different roles. CSP steward Adam Morgan is a respiratory physiotherapist but also plays a much wider representative role on his