Also in this issue
Daniel Allen talks to Hilary Hall about her journey from physiotherapist to AHP lead for Dorset’s integrated care system.
CPD mentoring: It’s all about you
Over the next two months, Frontline’s CPD focus will be on getting the most out of mentoring.
Playing an active role
Support, guidance and updates from the CSP’s Employment Relations and Union Services team
From the innovations in physiotherapy database: evaluation of first contact physiotherapy roles within primary care in Taunton.
What travel can teach us
Karen Middleton considers the advantages of travel and the experiences that can be gained and shared when meeting fellow professionals.
NIHR: osteoarthritis can benefit from exercise
People with osteoarthritis can benefit from exercise but may harbour myths
Guidance on record keeping
‘I provide physiotherapy led exercise classes for the general public. Do I need to keep records?'
AI physiotherapists and physiotechnologists
Each month, the CSP’s professional advisers share advice and guidance on a topical matter.
Revolutionising care for people with Parkinson’s
Julie Jones has been awarded around £250,000 from the Chief Scientist Office and Parkinson’s UK for a clinical academic fellowship.
Union services: workplace wins
Your CSP reps can support you with workplace problems. Here, we share some of their successes.
Join the hip sprint
Pip White shares how using new CSP resources can help you make a difference to your patients rehabilitating from a hip fracture
NICE outlines how organisations can help people be more active
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has detailed how local authorities, schools and workplaces can encourage physical acti