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Physiotherapy and treating pneumonia
Pneumonia affects up to one person in 100 every year in the UK.
Physiotherapy: the social enterprise model
Being employed by an independent company delivering a service to NHS patients in East Anglia gives physio staff scope to innovate, as Andrew Cole d
Exercise before lung surgery, MS rehab, falls fear
In our regular round-up of research, Janet Wright looks at how exercise before lung surgery improves quality of life, and how robots lend a hand wi
Celebrating a victory: self-referral and primary care
CSP chief Karen Middleton welcomes endorsements for self-referral to physio in primary care.
3 minutes with Sunitha Narayan
Equality, diversity and inclusion should be a ‘golden thread’ running through the fabric of the NHS , says Southampton-based physio Sunitha Narayan
New NHS whistleblowing policy aims to tackle workplace bullying
NHS England unveiled new guidance on raising concerns about bullying or poor patient care last month. Daniel Allen reports.
Young people and mental health
Emily Frith, director of mental health and rehabilitation at CentreForum, outlines concerns about the plight of children and young people with ment
What’s in a name?
CSP head of research and development, Ruth ten Hove, says the title extended scope practitioner is unwieldly and should be replaced by one that’s e
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Editor's comment: mental wellbeing and physical health
This issue of Frontline looks at an aspect of health that’s often overlooked in the battle for better physical health: mental wellbeing.
Tackling racial discrimination in the workplace
People with black and minority ethnic (BME) backgrounds often fare less well than their white counterparts at work.