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Learning from events: HCPC CPD audit
In the third in a series of articles on preparing for the HCPC CPD audit, CSP professional adviser Carley King looks at how we can grasp opportunit
Productivity is not a dirty word: Lord Carter’s report on NHS resources
Lord Carter’s report on workers’ productivity in the NHS could offer opportunities for physiotherapy staff, says Gill Hitchcock.
Coastal concerns: living and working by the sea
Living and working by the sea would be many people’s idea of heaven – but the reality can be different, as Louise Hunt found out.
3 minutes with Sophie Wallington, crisis response team
The advanced physiotherapy practitioner grabbed the opportunity to step outside her comfort zone and join an innovative crisis response team in the
In person: think global, act local
Don’t wait for disaster: plan for it, says CSP chief executive Karen Middleton.
Physio findings: gym can ease cancer’s effects on both mind and body
In our regular round-up of research Janet Wright looks at how exercise can ease cancer's effects on mind and body and an injection of botulinum tox
Staff survey highlights extra pressure on NHS staff in England
NHS staff survey highlights the extra pressure that is facing the NHS staff in England.
Are your service users fit for work? The new Fitness for Work evidence briefing
As the CSP launches a new guide, CSP professional adviser Jenny Nissler says everyone can play their part in helping patients return to their work.
Mind the gap: supported through mental distress
More need support through periods of mental distress, says Paul Farmer from the charity Mind
Advice line: voting in May's elections
If you can vote in May’s elections, you can help raise the profile of what rehab can achieve.
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Editor's comment: back to work
This issue of the magazine coincides with the launch of the CSP’s latest Physiotherapy Works publication, Fitness for Work.