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Cancer care: Bristol fashion
Louise Hunt reports on an ambitious physio-led project that aims to enhance the wellbeing of people in the Bristol area who have been diagnosed wit
3 minutes with Hannah Poulton: going the extra mile
Hannah Poulton is passionate about spreading the message that working with people with terminal illnesses can be inspiring, rewarding and fun.
Clinical update: cauda equina syndrome
This syndrome can be serious and can prompt legal claims if symptoms are misdiagnosed, say physios Laura Finucane, Chris Mercer and Sue Greenhalgh.
In person: tell me a story
Chief executive Karen Middleton on why stories are a powerful way to influence others.
Physio findings: exercise may lessen severity of chronic pain
In our latest round-up of research-based articles, Caroline White looks at how physical activity may reduce the severity of long-term pain, while K
Workout@Work 2017: making it work
As physio staff around the UK roll up their sleeves to run events linked to W@W 2017, Paul Stephenson looks at some inspiring examples from last ye
Out of the shadows
Katrina Humphreys urges CSP members to help support people who have been subjected to domestic violence.
A real impact
Newly-installed at ARMA, Sue Brown says the national body will play a key role in influencing health policies.
Advice line: identifying the top research questions about physiotherapy
Katherine Jones on a CSP bid to identify the top research questions about physiotherapy.
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