Also in this issue
Celebrating the contribution of support workers
As we celebrate the contribution of support workers to the profession, Rachael Wadlow and Marie-Therese McDonald report back on vital services
NHS Gloucestershire’s health and social care commissioning manager reveals how he moved from a physio role into leadership and management.
Higher level support workers: career conundrum or practice solution?
CSP professional advisers Kathryn Appleby and Rachael Wadlow discuss what higher level support worker roles can look like in practice
Employment change and patient treatment
‘I’m changing employment and my patient wants to continue to be treated by me - where do I stand?’
The power to influence
Knowing what you want to achieve is crucial to exerting influence successfully, says Karen Middleton
‘Invest in our public sector and protect staff from burnout’
Five CSP delegates joined hundreds of trade unionists at the leading trade union conference at the 155th annual TUC Congress, held in Liverpool.
Swimming and aquatic activity e-learning
A selection of tools and information sources that you may find useful
The role of the support workforce in practice-based learning
Practice-based learning is an essential element of physiotherapy pre-registration education.
New exercises for bone health and osteoporosis - what’s new?
Exercise, bone strength and osteoporosis is a subject that commonly raises questions and, indeed, uncertainties for some physiotherapists
Non-smoking lung cancer
November is Lung Cancer Awareness month and an opportunity to highlight the role of physiotherapists in identifying the disease in never-smokers
Lyme disease - the new great imitator
When you see a patient with vague aches, pains and fatigue you may think ‘inflammatory condition’ or ‘Fibromyalgia’ or ‘long Covid’.