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Home, sweet home
Andrew Cole meets Amy Wynne, who helps to lead a new hospital at home service in north east England that's proving to be a big hit with patients wh
Mesh implant review: UK-wide implications
A new review of transvaginal mesh implants in Scotland could influence clinical practice across the UK, says Louise Hunt.
In review: sports medicine book and other items
Frontline samples a selection of books and other resources.
Editor's comment: community care
Frontline managing editor Lynn Eaton writes about her post-election visit to a community team in Oxfordshire.
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Brian Dolan says physiotherapy staff are ideally placed to join a social media campaign to get hospital patients more active.
Physio findings: health coaching boosts older people's activity levels
Caroline White on the latest physio research.
3 minutes: Susan Dale, boundary breaker
Senior physiotherapist Susan Dale is preparing England players to compete in the 2017 Women's Cricket World Cup, which begins in Bristol on 24 June