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Leadership: Secrets of success
Having spent 15 years at one NHS trust, Victoria Dickens says an ‘organisational memory’ helped her climb the managerial ladder and make the most o
Rural health: When one size doesn’t fit all
Patchy access to services, funding inequalities and poor broadband are blocks to rural healthcare, as Gill Hitchcock discovers.
3 minutes with Cheryl Anderson, actor and physio
The lavish Oscars ceremony may grab the headlines, but many actors have to juggle second careers to make a living, as physiotherapist Cheryl Anders
Clinical update: Working with children
Elizabeth Gray and Kerry McGarrity summarise some of the key messages from a document for physio staff recently updated by the Association of Paedi
In person: Never assume anything
Do you tend to jump to conclusions? Karen Middleton, CSP chief executive, tries not to.
Physio findings: exercise may slightly lessen hand osteoarthritis
Caroline White on the latest Physio research.
These are OUR children
Christine Lenehan calls for a fundamental overhaul of how services are delivered to children with a complex range of disabilities.
Nadine Foster looks at some of the opportunities that are opening up to physiotherapists who are keen to develop a career in research.
Advice Line: why members must comply on use of chartered status
Members must comply with Privy Council rules on their use of chartered status, says CSP director Natalie Beswetherick.
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Editor's comment: tackling myths
This issue of Frontline features reports from the CSP’s Annual Representative Conference, which gives members opportunities to express their opinio