Older People: home truths
Angela Broadfoot leapt at the chance to become an urgent care practitioner in Lanarkshire’s hospital at home service. Ian A McMillan reports.
Editor's comment: community care
Frontline managing editor Lynn Eaton writes about her post-election visit to a community team in Oxfordshire.
A matter of pride: streamlining community care in the West Midlands
The streamlined way in which community care services in one part of the West Midlands are being delivered is winning national plaudits, as Louise H
Physios and GPs could work more closely in Scotland’s new-look primary care
A redesign of primary care in Scotland will focus on multidisciplinary working between GPs and other health professionals, including physiotherapists.
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Ahead of the game
Mobile working yields benefits for physios and their patients at a pioneering hospice in the West Midlands. Gill Hitchcock reports
‘One stop shop’ physio-led pain service wins plaudits from MSP
A pain service that makes use of physiotherapy prescribing rights was highly praised during a debate on chronic pain in the Scottish Parliament las
London physio takes community matron role
A physiotherapist in London has taken on the role of community matron.
Uncertain progress on personal health budgets
The use of personal health budgets within the NHS has been dogged by problems since they were introduced in a number of pilot areas last year, a re
Aspiring to excellence: Services for the long-term support of stroke survivors