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Learning from helping others: HCPC audit
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ARC 2016: round up of the debate that took place in Manchester in March 2016
The CSP’s Annual Representative Conference gives reps the chance to debate policy. It took place in Manchester last month.
3 minutes with Mark McGlinchey: heading for Ho Chi Min City
Clinical specialist physio in stroke and neurorehabilitation Mark McGlinchey, who took up a teaching post in Vietnam.
Physio findings: exercise could prevent back pain
In our regular round-up of research, Janet Wright looks at how exercise could prevent back pain, students can compete for research prizes and how p
Primary objective: business cases in primary care
If you need to make a business case for physio in primary care, help is at hand says Andy Lord.
Breast practice: women's health and breast biomechanics
Breast biomechanics play a vital role in women’s health, says Joanna Scurr.
Advice line: dealing with road traffic accident claims
Your right to have legal representation could be at risk if government plans on dealing with road traffic accident claims go through, says Tom Jone
Your comments: 13 April 2016
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Frontline managing editor Lynn Eaton's comment: park life
Have you been on a pelican crossing with someone in their 80s, worrying if both of you will cross before the lights change?