Today is the first day of the rest of your life. An exciting – and frightening – thought, says frontline managing editor Lynn Eaton
For those of you starting out on your physio career and reading Frontline for the first time, I hope this will be the start of a long relationship with the CSP. As the shop window of all that’s great in physiotherapy, Frontline is a great learning resource.
In this issue second-year student Luke Rockett explains how to get involved in the CSP (page 20). Read how Luke, who has dyslexia, has been supported through his studies (page 22).
In addition to Frontline, you can follow CSP news on Twitter and Facebook (see page 6). As a CSP member you can sign up for our weekly ebulletin, or join one of our interactive CSP groups (iCSP). These offer a supportive, member-only community for clinical discussions. Members can comment in the online version of Frontline
Whether you’re a student or an established CSP member, help shape the future of your society, by getting involved. Who knows how it might change the rest of your life?
AuthorLynn Eaton; managing editor Frontline and head of CSP member communications
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