Also in this issue
Testing times: HCPC audit
In the first of a four-part series, CSP professional adviser Gwyn Owen looks at the impending HCPC CPD audit and examines how you can demonstrate t
3 minutes with Anita Sinclair
Motor neurone disease specialist Anita Sinclair is making waves here and overseas.
In person: on a good go slow
Sometimes you need to take time out in order to improve your performance, says CSP’s chief exec Karen Middleton.
Physio findings: vitamin D increases risk of falling, programme to ease children's pain
In our regular round-up of research Janet Wright looks at research around high-dosage of vitamin D and the increased risk of falling; a programme t
New year new challenges: demonstrate your value
With acute trusts facing mounting financial problems, Gill Hitchcock looks at how physiotherapists might make a difference.
Going greener: does the natural environment really help health and wellbeing?
Ben Wheeler asks if green space really is good for your health and wellbeing.
Your comments: 20 January 2016
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Comment: sting in the tail
Frontline’s editor looks at the changes ahead for higher education funding and physiotherapy training.
Getting personal: personal budgets in the NHS
Don Redding argues that personal budgets may change how NHS professionals work with clients.
Advice Line: the European Professional Card
Birgit Mueller Winkler explains the new card which could make it easier for UK registered physios to work elsewhere in Europe.