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Getting to the core of design
Physios are taught to look, listen and talk – transferable skills, as Matt Pattison tells Graham Clews.
Working with arthritis
People shouldn’t just expect to put up with arthritis, says Tracey Loftis.
Not in my name
Ruaidhri O’Connor explains the reasons for boycotting Ireland’s regulatory body.
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Editor's comment: opening up
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Physio findings: research is flourishing in Northern Ireland
Physiotherapy research is flourishing in Northern Ireland.
Adviceline: physio skills that go beyond clinical practice
Ieuan Ellis muses on his new job and how physio has given him skills that go beyond clinical practice.
Robert Millett meets two physiotherapists who highlight the benefits of specialist rehabilitation for people with dementia.
ECMO: the physio’s role
Allaina Eden and Kelly Morris examine the use of ECMO for patients with severe respiratory failure and other conditions.
Karen Middleton, chief exec at the CSP, urges members to consider their resolutions for a difficult year ahead.
3 minutes with Luz Carvajal
Meet physio Luz Carvajal from the Royal Hospital Chelsea’s infirmary, which was hailed for its ‘outstanding’ approach in a recent inspection report