Also in this issue
2020 How was it for us?
We take a look back at the past 12 months and celebrate some of our profession's achievements
CSP placements: what they taught us
Reflecting on our recent experience of hosting physiotherapy students on virtual practice placements
Strengths not weaknesses
During Disability History Month, three members of the CSP DisAbility network share their experiences
Compassion in leadership of self and others
We consider how physiotherapy professionals can demonstrate self-compassion and explore compassionate leadership
NIHR patients awaiting surgery for urological cancer
HIIT rapidly improves fitness in patients awaiting surgery for urological cancer
Have you considered people with hearing loss?
During Disability History Month, Jamie Miller presents ways physiotherapy workers can support colleagues and patients who may have hearing loss
Learning to lead
Abi Burrows shares her experience of the CSP’s Leadership Development Programme and encourages other future leaders to apply
Challenge, participation and inclusion
Ishmael Beckford explains why he chose to put himself forward for the role of the CSP Council member co-opted from the BAME network
Living in hope
Karen Middleton on looking back with pride and forward with hopefulness
Disability and Covid risk assessment
‘I’m disabled. Am I entitled to a Covid-19 risk assessment?’
The CSP – who’d have thought it!
Member Mary Jane Cole is grateful for the opportunities her membership has provided