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.
Physio staff back a new deal for working people
CSP members, partners, children and staff joined thousands of other health trade unionists marching through London on 12 May.
Editors comment: influenza debate
The call from Sir Bruce Keogh, national medical director of NHS England, for a debate on whether the flu jab should be mandatory has certainly igni
Grants and the right equipment for stroke recovery
Kellie Pike explains why getting the right equipment after stroke can make a big difference.
Out of the shadows
Katrina Humphreys urges CSP members to help support people who have been subjected to domestic violence.
Editor's comment: planning for the NHS’s future
For those of you working in England, the review of the Five Year Forward View, three years in, offers enormous potential opportunities, says Lynn E
Keeping it local: how you can help CSP’s rehab campaign during the upcoming elections
Help to raise the profile of the issues you care most about in next month’s local elections, says Alice Sorby.
Well, you did ask
Rachel Newton explains how responses to last year’s survey of members working outside the NHS helped the CSP to fine-tune its approach.
Editor's comment: Pooling resources
I hope that – as well as avidly reading Frontline – you’ve had a chance to keep up with the new bloggers on the CSP website, writes Lynn Eaton.
3 minutes with Marcus Hunt
Working with a well-known international company has given physiotherapist Marcus Hunt plenty of scope to promote employee wellbeing.