Also in this issue
Confident in what our profession has to offer
Increasing numbers of healthcare workers offering exercise interventions, physios should be confident in what we offer, says Rachael Wadlow
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Principles of collaborative working
Opportunities for the physiotherapy profession to work with other exercise professionals to deliver high quality rehabilitation are growing
Duty of care: what is reasonable?
Within our profession we come across the term ‘duty of care’ all too often.
The CSP is encouraging support workers to step up and become stewards. Hayley Gibson explains how you don’t need to be a senior physiotherapist to
Fit notes for patients
‘I want to start to certify fit notes for my patients. What do I need to do?’
Our strike action is focused on fair pay, but it’s also about survival of the NHS and value of physiotherapy staff, says Karen Middleton
Vertebral fractures – new patient and professional resources
A selection of tools and information sources that you may find useful
Support, guidance and updates on employment and trade union issues
Enabling support of early career researchers
For those whose role includes supporting early career (including clinical) researchers, this column requires you to recall three simple words.
Physiotherapy and ME/CFS: towards a consensus?
Physiotherapists have a key role to play in supporting people with ME/CFS and implementing the most recent guidance from NICE.
Involving volunteers in falls prevention is a way forward
A volunteer-led falls prevention support at Kingston Hospital NHS Trust sees volunteers visiting patients at home