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Sharing decisions: what matters to you?
Asking patients a simple question – and listening to their answers – could change therapeutic relationships for the better, says physio Karen Turne
3 minutes: Sandra Philip-Rafferty engaging the patient
Highly specialist physiotherapist Sandra Philip-Rafferty helps people with eating disorders in the Aberdeen area and beyond to find a route back to
In person: ‘Not another ask!’
Karen Middleton reflects on how you can find time for a busy day job and still pursue your professional interests.
Hip replacement: the pros and cons of early surgery
More people are having hip replacement surgery before they reach the age of 60.
Adviceline: CPD opportunities beyond the classroom
Róisín Fallen-Bailey describes how university physiotherapy societies can provide CPD opportunities beyond the classroom.
Speaking up: the student voice must be heard on and off campus
Matt Hughes on why the student voice must be heard – loud and proud – on and off campus.
Born to lead: physiotherapy students have much to offer the profession
Today’s physiotherapy students have much to offer the profession in terms of leadership, says Luke Tobin.
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