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Breaking the mould: award-winning physiotherapist Claire Madsen
CSP award winner Claire Madsen’s career took some unusual moves before she become a deputy clinical director, as Graham Clews discovered.
Leading edge: influencing NHS service design
Everyone can play their part in influencing the design of NHS services in their area, prominent physiotherapists tell Daniel Allen.
Editor's comment: Taking the lead
Frontline’s editor asks what it takes to be a leader.
Clinical update: Mindfulness
Mindfulness is becoming an increasingly popular way to promote resilience and wellbeing in both patients and staff in the NHS.
Physio findings: research into finger exercise after surgery and exercise results and ME trials
Physio findings our research experts looks at the following.
In review: books, web resources, videos
Featured book The Health Gap: The challenge of an unequal world: Michael Marmot.
Your comments: 3 February 2016
Here are your comments on topics covered in the last two weeks. We look forward to hearing from you.
Everyone’s a leader: leadership and the Physiotherapy Works programme
Leadership is a key topic for the CSP’s Physiotherapy Works programme in the coming year, writes Kirsten Bradbury.
Patchy picture: why we need better services for people with lung cancer
Thoracic surgeon Richard Steyn calls for better services for people with lung cancer, with physios playing their part.
Advice line: professionalism online and in social media
Léonie Dawson warns that being a professional is a 24/7 activity.