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Career boost: learning for leadership
The CSP leadership development programme prepares members to influence, change and improve healthcare for patients.
In person: in the driving seat
Who really runs the CSP, asks chief exec Karen Middleton.
3 minutes: Jane Martindale's spondyloarthritis quest
For more than 30 years, Jane Martindale has devoted her career to spondyloarthritis.
Physio findings: Physio-taught breathing exercise staves off postoperative pneumonia
Caroline White reports on the latest physio research findings.
Your comments: 21 February 2018
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Are you keen to get into research but lacking in confidence? If so, help is at hand and there are lots of opportunities, says Ann Moore.
Food for thought
Physio staff are well placed to spot when older patients are malnourished, says Kate Bennett.
Editor's comment: not good enough
The CSP hit the headlines this month with its report on rehabilitation for people who have had a broken hip. See page 8.
Advice line: parkrun enhances wellbeing so let's prescribe it for everyone
Parkrun is free, local, fun and enhances wellbeing so let's prescribe it for everyone, says Ruth Kent.