Also in this issue
In review: featured books and video and e-book
Our featured book titled 'Play in Healthcare for Adults' deal with the fundamentals of play and its importance in the political health agenda.
Lasting friendships: Scottish burns physios build links with Malawi
A unique partnership between burns physios in Glasgow and Blantyre, Malawi, is reaping dividends, as Louise Hunt discovered.
Physio findings: help after heart failure
In our latest round-up on research based articles, Janet Wright looks at a home plan that can help patients after heart failure and Katherine Jones
The changing face of disability
Cliff Towson calls for the barriers that blight the lives of disabled people to be removed.
Student placements: are you experienced?
Students need to spend 1,000 hours in settings that enhance their knowledge and practice.
Why twenty’s plenty
Anna Semlyen argues that reducing speeds limits will cut accidents and boost respiratory health.
CSP assistant director Sally Gosling discusses plans to boost apprenticeships in England.
Your comments: 1 February 2017
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Editor's comment: falling down
A colleague of mine, who is in her late 50s, tripped and fell sprawling on to the pavement while running for a bus on her way home from work the ot
New year (re)solution: everyday life and CPD
CSP professional adviser Nina Paterson says our everyday lives can be a rich source of material for continuing professional development.
3 minutes with Jessica Kibble
Meet musculoskeletal specialist Jessica Kibble who, at 27, is extending her skills by taking a two-year veterinary physio master’s at the Universit
Will pedometers help COPD rehab?
Physical activity improves health and quality of life for people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).