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Making a move: learning from career development
In the final article in a four-part series, CSP professional adviser Nina Paterson looks at learning through career moves.
Rehab services: are they keeping pace with better responses to major trauma?
Thanks to an NHS-wide redesign, more people are surviving after a major trauma.
3 minutes: Petrea Fagan
Why collaboration with service users is key.
Physio findings: reducing adhesions that can cause infertility
In our regular round-up of research based information Janet Wright looks at how physiotherapy reduces adhesions that can cause infertility and an i
Significant success in the battle for workers' rights
The CSP has joined other trade unions in welcoming a government climb-down on key aspects of its Trade Union Bill. Gill Hitchcock reports.
Workout at Work: five years and still going strong
CSP vice chair Philip Hulse has found that the benefits of CSP’s Workout at Work Days last far beyond the day itself.
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Advice line: variations in working time arrangements in the health field
Ian Taylor looks at variations in working time arrangements in the health field.
Physiotherapy access for homeless patients
Senior Lecturer Jo Dawes and colleague Cat Whitehouse see homeless patients as a positive professional challenge.