Also in this issue
Care home support: In the news
Wakefield’s pioneering care home support team featured in recent BBC reports.
Physio findings: Psoriatic arthritis linked to fracture risk
Physiotherapy Journal editor Michele Harms and Caroline White report on recent research.
Carrick Brown explains how families with terminally-ill children can access vital pieces of equipment, thanks to a new scheme.
Well, you did ask
Rachel Newton explains how responses to last year’s survey of members working outside the NHS helped the CSP to fine-tune its approach.
Advice Line: New CSP mentoring scheme
Stuart Palma urges members to get involved in a new CSP mentoring scheme.
Editor's comment: Pooling resources
I hope that – as well as avidly reading Frontline – you’ve had a chance to keep up with the new bloggers on the CSP website, writes Lynn Eaton.
Your comments: 1 March 2017
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CPD practice-based learning: Part 1
In the first in a three-part series, CSP professional adviser Gwyn Owen looks at opportunities for students to complete 1,000 hours of practice-ba
In review: Featured books and more
Our featured book, titled 'True Tales of Organisational Life', tells how the creation of space and storytelling in health and social care can help
First contact practitioner: 3 minutes with Roisin Lynch
Roisin Lynch has led the implementation of first contact practitioners at Craigavon Area Hospital’s emergency department.