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Rehabilitation: Man alive
The chance to make a whistle-stop trip to the Isle of Man was snapped up by motorcycle-mad journalist Mark Gould.
In review: featured book and app library
Our featured book is titled 'Pharmacology Handbook for Physiotherapists'.
3 minutes with David Nicholls: critical friends
David Nicholls explains why the Critical Physiotherapy Network (CPN) is helping to unlock doors that were previously closed to members of the profe
Physio findings: falls prevention hinges on following advice
Caroline White reports on the latest studies with implications for physio staff, while Katherine Jones examines the importance of one of them, a fa
Student placements: practice makes perfect
Graham Clews looks at a CSP campaign designed to show why increasing opportunities for practice-based learning is vital for the profession.
General election: question time
Help make health a major issue in next month’s general election, says CSP policy and research officer Alice Sorby.
CPD: practice-based learning: part 3
In the last article in a three-part practice-based learning series, CSP advisers Nina Paterson and Gwyn Owen look behind the scenes at the CSP.
Help at hand: new resources to tackle back pain
CSP members have a new range of resources to tackle myths surrounding low back pain, says Helen Preston.
Advice line: don’t overlook the role of nutrition
Older people might need extra protein and calories, says dietitian Louise Nash.
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Under pressure: 8 June election: NHS staffing a priority
Whichever party wins the 8 June election, ensuring the NHS is staffed properly must be a priority, argues Niall Dickson.
Editor's comment: payback time
In this issue of Frontline, says managing editor Lynn Eaton, we look at a topic that is central to the future of physiotherapy: how do we ensure th