Also in this issue
Black Lives Matter
How can CSP members address racism and inequalities among physio professionals?
Strength messaging project
We’re working with Sport England and the Centre for Ageing Better to find ways to help your patients become stronger.
Digital response to COVID-19
With contributions from CSP members, we look at the digital response to Covid-19 by different physiotherapy sectors, through the lens of a plan-do-
Sharing deeper understanding
We talk to Heena Mahmood, trained physiotherapist and CSP steward about her involvement with the BAME network
Professional adviser Claire Fordham highlights the role of our support workforce in developing the registered physiotherapists of the future
Exercise reduces the rate of falls in people 60 years and older living in the community
Our column on research that's relevant to physiotherapists and the latest clinical findings
Dealing with ambiguity
Karen Middleton says that the skill of being able to deal with ambiguity is critical to success
Experiences of BAME patients matter
Dana Maki asks the profession to collaborate and look into the experiences of BAME patients to improve their patient journey
Mental stress in lockdown and the role of a physiotherapist
Why do physio staff need to be good listeners? asks Rani Sharma who has been treating patients remotely these past few months
Should we use disclaimers in clinical practice?
In short, no
Making sure loved ones are not on their own
A therapy team has provided companionship to end-of-life patients in Swindon
Rethinking rehab in lockdown
Gary Henson explains how he used the local environment for self-managed recuperation after Covid-19 halted normal post-op rehabilitation