Also in this issue
In review: featured books and website
Our featured book is 'Postural Correction' by Jane Johnson.
Suicide awareness: CSP gives an accessible overview
Some health conditions increase a patient’s risk of suicide. Spotting the signs could help you save a life, says Daniel Allen
Folder opens route to patient passport: award-winning physio Angela Gemmell
CSP award-winner Angela Gemmell put care and information into her patients’ own hands. Helen Mooney reports.
3 minutes with Treena Larkin
The MSK physiotherapist ensures that research evidence is relevant to today’s professional practice.
Physio findings: knee exercises, latest articles from Physiotherapy journal
In our regular round-up on research Janet Wright looks at how knee exercises build elders’ confidence.
Elections 2016: Give candidates a doorstep challenge
With elections just a couple of months away, find out how you can put political candidates on the spot, says Philippa Ford.
Let the sunshine in to reduce the risk of shortsightedness?
Could more outdoor activity reduce the risk of shortsightedness? Katie Williams says that it could.
European physiotherapy congress is on your doorstep
UK physio staff can get a taste of an international physiotherapy conference hosted by the CSP in Liverpool this November, says Birgit Mueller Wink
Advice Line: What to do when you're ready to retire
Catherine Smith on what to do when you’re ready to retire.
Your comments: 2 March 2016
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Editor's comment: use your vote
Frontline's editor encourages you to use our vote to support the profession on the politcal agenda.