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CPD Practice: your physiotherapy career (part 3)
Are you management material and could you be a leader? CSP professional adviser Nina Paterson on ways forward.
Physio findings: correct exercises help shoulder impingement pain
Caroline White and Katherine Jones report on the latest physio research findings.
In person: in the firing line
Putting yourself forward to do something may be a challenging path, but it’s one to try, says Karen Middleton.
3 minutes with Rebecca Hemming
A research project based on walking with homeless people keeps Cardiff University lecturer Rebecca Hemming’s feet on the ground.
Advice line: prescribe controlled drugs
If you prescribe controlled drugs, the CSP wants to hear from you, says Pip White.
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Editor's comment: fantastic physio staff need fair pay!
Once more Frontline highlights all that’s best about physiotherapy, writes managing editor Lynn Eaton.
Ditch the PJs!
As physios we must first accept that we are responsible for PJ paralysis – and then do something, says Pippa Collins.
A criminal matter: Hate Crime Awareness week
As Hate Crime Awareness Week approaches, Jess Belmonte looks at the implications for physio staff.