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NHS pay offer: what’s the big deal?
An offer worth £4.2 billion has been made to NHS staff in England giving a rise of 6.5 per cent over three years.
CSP campaign: love activity, hate exercise?
A vital physiotherapy campaign will help empower professionals to promote the activities people love and improve health.
In review: featured book
Providing tools to enhance treatment of any clinical problem, this book shows how integrating motivational interviewing (MI) and cognitive-behaviou
3 minutes: Sandra Harding setting the gold standard
Sandra Harding used to manage a large private healthcare physio team. Now she audits physiotherapy processes to make sure they are the best.
Student loans: when the going gets really tough
Luke Tobin, one of the physio students affected by a claw back of the student loan overpayment, on what it means for him.
HelpForce – the new volunteer frontier
A Suffolk trust is to be a test site for developing existing volunteer roles, writes Michelle Boor.
Advice line: make sure you’ve given CSP the right to contact you
Make sure you’ve given the CSP the right to contact you, says Rob Ledger.
Editor's comment: engage on pay offer
No one chooses to work in the NHS to make their fortune.
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