Also in this issue
Clinical update: HIV and growing older
People with HIV are living beyond the age of 50. Health services must be ready to support them, says Darren Brown.
Hip fracture and the rehab postcode lottery
The CSP’s Hip Sprint audit reveals wide variations in amount and timeliness of rehabilitation for people with hip fracture, writes Gill Hitchcock.
Physio findings: insufficient high-quality evidence available on orthotics
Physiotherapy Journal editor Michele Harms and Caroline White report on recent research.
3 minutes: Dr Victoria Butler before the fall …
Being a 2017 Winston Churchill Memorial Trust fellow gave physio Victoria Butler the chance to visit falls prevention pioneers in Australia and New
Shock of the new
The chance to break out of our traditional role and widen our scope brings huge benefits – for physios and patients, says Amy Coleman.
Advice line: setting research priorities
Gabrielle Rankin is excited by a project that unites patients, carers and clinicians to set research priorities.
Editor's comment: a question of research
All too often, physios feel that research is for someone else, not them, says managing editor Lynn Eaton.
Siarad Cymraeg: speak Welsh
Eleri Hughes-Jones explains why board staff are being encouraged to do as our headline states: speak Welsh.
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