Also in this issue
Take a breather: respiratory physiotherapy and rehabilitation
Rehabilitation can get patients with lung disease back in action and enjoying life. Janet Wright looks at the options.
In person: getting the number of physiotherapy students right
Getting the physio student numbers right is vital if healthcare provision is to match the future needs of patients in the UK says CSP chief executi
Physio findings: Mass of evidence backs COPD rehabilitation
In our regular round-up of research related articles Janet Wright looks at the evidence which backs COPD rehabilitation and why gaming fun is good
3 minutes with Helen Jefford
The specialist physiotherapist celebrated several career highs after winning a CSP award in 2014 for her work with prisoners with COPD.
Comment: Learning to fall
Lynn Eaton on the importance of learning from mistakes.
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Advice line: beware the unconscious bias
Beware of the impact of unconscious bias, warns Jess Belmonte.
Sugar tax: preventing obesity and diabetes
Jenny Rosborough from Action on Sugar argues that the government must take radical action to cut our intake of sugars.
Setting the standard: HCPC standards of conduct, performance and ethics
Elaine Buckley explains why the HCPC’s revised standards of conduct, performance and ethics matter to healthcare professionals and patients alike.