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Motivating patients: From little seeds
Physiotherapists are finding that motivational interviewing and biopsychosocial approaches can bear fruit, as Gill Hitchcock discovers.
A simple solution
Sending text reminders to patients about their appointments is popular and cuts waste, says Laura Cameron
Katherine Jones congratulates the Physiotherapy journal on a milestone.
Be imaginative about widening the range of practice-based learning opportunities for students, says Katrina Kennedy.
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Editor's comment: enough ‘making do’
Happy 69th birthday to the NHS this week, writes Frontline managing editor Lynn Eaton.
Personal experience plays a role in promoting physiotherapy, says Karen Middleton, the society’s CEO.
Physio findings: Intensive lifestyle change reduced medication
Caroline White on the latest physio research.
3 Minutes with Georgie Oldfield: Practising what I preach
A bout of ill-health 10 years ago made physiotherapy pain specialist Georgie Oldfield realise she had to fundamentally change her approach to life.