Explaining student numbers
Jim Fahie is excited about the rise in the number of physiotherapy students and says the CSP is working to ensure this translates into workforce ex
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Awaydays pay dividends
Time out from the hectic pace of clinical work is key to personal and professional well-being but planning is vital says Karen Middleton
Don’t be shy: CSP members boost profile of the profession
Catherine Chappell urges CSP members to help boost the profile of the profession.
News focus: The NHS at 70
Tom Gill says the 70th anniversary of the NHS is a time to celebrate – and to demand action on funding.
Editor's comment: all systems go at the CSP
This issue of Frontline once more illustrates the work carried out by your union and professional body to support you and your profession.
Love activity, Hate exercise?: the power of the conversation
As part of our Love activity, Hate exercise?
In person: ‘Not another ask!’
Karen Middleton reflects on how you can find time for a busy day job and still pursue your professional interests.
Rachel Newton says there are many opportunities for CSP members to make their mark in the primary care field.
Editor's comment: back to front
Are you someone who reads Frontline from the front to the back?