Also in this issue
A new phase in the fight for fair pay
Resounding mandate from members for industrial action puts the fight for fair pay central to the workforce crisis, says Elaine Sparkes
Read about our wins and successes in the workplace our article below
Field of dreams
Matt Konopinski is one of those few people who can truly say they fulfilled a youthful ambition.
Health and Care Professions Council raising the standards
The HCPC is introducing updates to its standards that will impact on members’ preparation for renewal.
What to do if you experience or witness a microaggression
Our new Call Out Microaggressions campaign provides advice about how best to respond if you experience them in your workplace or place of education
We answer your questions on industrial action
With industrial action on the horizon, we respond to your queries about what ballots and strikes may mean for you.
Delivering the vision for physiotherapy
Karen Middleton asks members, what part can you play?
The time for honesty?
Helena Cook, an independent neuro physio in south Wales, highlights an issue facing physios due to the ever-increasing pressures on services.
What is the best way to support a new international staff member?
Hannah Morley, CSP professional adviser, offers tips for those welcoming new colleagues from overseas.
COPD: delayed diagnosis, unequal care
A round-up of this month's useful resources
Collaboration is key
The CSP's Tamsin Baird and Carolyn Hay from the Royal College of Occupational Therapists (RCOT) highlight the benefits of collaborating on projects
Review finds gamified smartphone apps can increase physical activity
This systematic review aimed to estimate the effects of standalone gamified smartphone app find out more
Protecting the health and safety of pregnant workers
The new health and safety toolkit for pregnant workers is vitally needed, as Kate Moran, senior policy officer at Maternity Action, explains.