Also in this issue
Dignified to the very end
CSP chair of council Alex MacKenzie hopes that our patron’s passing will help prompt more open conversations about preparing for a dignified death
Helping with the rising costs of living
Find out how your CSP membership can help you with the cost of living...
CSP’s NHS pay ballots
We answer your questions below on: the CSP’s NHS pay ballots...
Maintaining your boundaries
Professional boundaries protect both therapists and patients.
Healthcare staff and patient safety during strike action
‘How should healthcare staff maintain patient safety should strike action take place?’
Changing our services
Karen Middleton on the collective responsibility we all have to change the culture, practices and policies of our services
Here is this months selection of useful resources...
Transforming consultation approaches: Improve your practice and empower your patients
Clare Aldridge is a CSP professional adviser Euan McComiskie is CSP health informatics lead
Honour thy neighbour
It’s easier than you think to nominate someone for an honour, so why aren’t more physiotherapists being recognised?
Narrowing the gap for overseas trained physios
Physiotherapists who train abroad can struggle to secure quality work in the UK, which can lead to health inequities, Olubunmi Olasanoye explains
‘Moving on up, moving on out…nothing can stop me’
Elizabeth Winterburn and James Lea are part of an innovative collaboration in rehabilitation, using neurologic music therapy
Let’s talk about the ‘R’ word!
Hazel Roddam shares why the Allied Health Professions’ Research and Innovation Strategy is important for all physio roles and career stages
Deaf awareness update
Nobody could have anticipated Rose Ayling-Ellis’s contribution to raising deaf awareness when she won the BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing, reports Jami