Also in this issue
Outgoing CSP Council chair Alex MacKenzie reflects on past achievements and the foundations they set for future work
Pneumothorax and acupuncture: a point too far?
Recent media reports that ex England footballer, Ellen White, experienced a pneumothorax following acupuncture, ensued debate within the profession
Pioneering a bold new clinical academic frontier
Jonathan Quicke, CSP research adviser, speakes to Professor Caroline Alexander on how to be clinicians and innovators creating new knowledge
My patient wants to record our treatment session what should I do?
We answer your questions as Jackie Lidgard a CSP professional adviser explains
The World Cup and off-field harm
Qatar will require ongoing pressure on the Gulf state’s authorities and FIFA to address serious abuses, writes CSP officer Helen Russell
For now and for the future
CEO Karen Middleton looks at the role informatics can play in supporting physiotherapy as a forward thinking profession
Find this month's selection of useful resources
Principles of practice-based learning
The CSP and the Royal College of Occupational Therapists have developed a series of principles of practice-based learning.
Negotiating your pay - the CSP’s new support for members working outside of the NHS
It’s not all about NHS pay right now.
MACP e-portfolio platform: Proud to be providing a portfolio route for advanced practice
The MACP has created a new electronic portfolio portal, to support development, collect evidence and help demonstrate effectiveness
When the brush is mightier than the disease
How discovering art has helped one physiotherapist cope with Parkinson’s
Landmark standards putting rehabilitation on the right track
New community rehabilitation best practice standards aim to improve the consistency and quality of rehabilitation throughout the UK
The transformative nature of storytelling
Stories are powerful allies, they can connect us with others and strengthen therapeutic engagement to improve outcomes, says Fiona Jones