A wellbeing framework

A selection of tools and information resources you may find useful


Dancing Through Life: A Guide to Living Well is the title of a self-published book by neurological and pain specialist physiotherapist, yoga teacher and wellness coach Ann Parkinson who describes it as a practical guide that aims to empower people to make changes that maximise their health and wellbeing. ISBN: 979-8676161156

The pelvic floor explained

In this new Ask The Physio film from the CSP, pelvic health physiotherapist Katie Mann explains what the pelvic floor is and why doing regular exercises are important to keep it healthy and strong. Visit: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jo0n7O3voN4

ACP workplace supervision films 

The Centre for Advancing Practice guidance ‘Workplace Supervision for Advanced Clinical Practice: An integrated multi-professional approach for practitioner development’ is brought to life in a series of nine videos. These will be particularly useful for those who may just be starting to think about what is required for supervision of the multiple professions now developing in dvanced practice.  Follow the link here to find out more and view the videos.

Sticky McStickstick 

After being admitted to hospital with coronavirus, children’s author Michael Rosen was put into an induced coma and spent six weeks on a ventilator. In this book he provides a personal account of his recovery and the rehab he received that helped him learn to walk again. The author says the story is a tribute to the physios and OTs who treated him, and the book is dedicated to all the medical staff who helped him get better. ISBN: 978-1529502404

Respiratory surge in children 

If you come across resources and tools you would like to share with other clinicians please send them to frontline@csp.org.uk

A free E-learning for Healthcare programme on respiratory surge in children aims to provide content that is appropriate for various settings where a child will present with respiratory illness. These include home, primary and community care, and across the acute hospital environment. 

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