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Career moves: so you want to work in...palliative care?
The role of physiotherapists in the lives of hospice patients is highly specialised and deeply rewarding, as Julie Penfold reports.
3 minutes: Joanna Carr champions league
With help from staff ‘champions’, physiotherapist and Darzi fellow Joanna Carr led initiatives designed to reduce care home falls and improve resid
In Person: the little things
Don’t leave it too late to tell people about the positive impact they have made on your life, says the CSP’s chief executive, Karen Middleton.
CPD Practice: your physiotherapy career (part 7)
In our continuing professional development series, Nina Paterson, the CSP’s education adviser, considers how support workers can seize the opportun
Adviceline: AHP fitnote for patients
CSP director Natalie Beswetherick has good news on using the AHP fit note when patients are too ill to work.
Vision of a modern workforce
The role of physiotherapists in the surgical team is changing – and growing, says Amanda Trees.
Blurring the boundaries
Lauren Urch took on a role that eased pressure on nursing colleagues and helped her develop too.
Editor's comment: all systems go at the CSP
This issue of Frontline once more illustrates the work carried out by your union and professional body to support you and your profession.
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