Also in this issue
Sudhir Daya welcomes you to this edition of Frontline, celebrating the UK’s LGBTQIA+ History Month with the theme of “Politics in art”
How to be an ally
Top 10 tips from the CSP’s LGBTQIA+ network for being an ally
Your Council Needs You!
Help shape the future of the CSP and the physiotherapy profession. Six places are available - could one of them be yours?
Innovating in response to Long Covid
As the Covid-19 pandemic unfolded, many services rapidly responded to the emerging problem of Long Covid
Coming out again and again
Ashwin Upadhya speaks to Radhika Holmström about realising he was gay at 12 and choosing his career path at 17
The challenge of being yourself
Guest columnist Jonathon Kruger, CEO of World Physiotherapy, on why we must all do our part to create a more accepting and tolerant profession
New and updated resources
We feature some of the latest resources, find out more...
Time to move out?
With acute hospitals under immense pressure, the CSP asks whether it is time to seek new solutions to the loss of rehab space
Heart Unions week
The Trade Union Congress (TUC) Heart Unions week is back from 14-20 February
LGBTQIA+ healthcare needs
Missed opportunities when it comes to physiotherapy care for LGBTQIA+ individuals? Niko Brenner examines the evidence
Funding for LGBTQIA+ fertility support
Spain has extended public health-funded fertility treatment to LGBTQIA+ families, says Amy Jepson
'How can I make my voice heard in the workplace?’
How can a CSP member who identifies as LGBTQIA+ make their voice heard in the workplace?
Arts in health
Adam Lewis, lecturer in physiotherapy, says why we must find activities that people enjoy