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Clinical update: CPD Spondyloarthritis (part 2)
In the second and final part of a series of articles on spondyloarthritis, consultant physiotherapist Carol McCrum highlights the value of speciali
In person: at the ready
CEO Karen Middleton says that CSP staff are keen to visit members – but rather than calling the shots, want to put the power in the members’ hands.
Terror attacks: emergency plan
The bomb attack after an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester this May was a major incident for the NHS.
3 minutes with Hayley Clarke
Whether she’s climbing mountains, helping girls play sport, representing students or meeting decision-makers, Hayley Clarke wants to make a positiv
Follow the leader: metal-on-metal hip implants
Alison Wakefield and Edward Gardner outline a follow-up scheme after metal-on-metal hip implants.
Advice line: meningitis alert
Know the signs and symptoms of meningitis, says Tom Nutt.
Editor's comment: time for fair pay
This issue of Frontline acknowledges the contribution of members in Manchester following the bombing at the
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So lonely: physio staff to play a role in combating loneliness for disabled people
Sarah White wants physio staff to play their part in combating the loneliness affecting many disabled people.