Putting us in the lead
Having AHPs at the top table would have only positive outcomes for patients and the NHS, says Karen Middleton
Sharing decisions: what matters to you?
Asking patients a simple question – and listening to their answers – could change therapeutic relationships for the better, says physio Karen Turne
Physios must report threats to patient safety, says HCPC
Physiotherapists have a new professional duty to report concerns about patient safety and be open and honest if something goes wrong with the treatment they provide.
Safe and sound: What staffing levels would ensure patients receive safe and effective care?
Sally Gosling, CSP assistant director of practice and development, answers some key questions on this topical issue
Manchester students help World Health Organization to improve patient safety
Physiotherapy students at Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) are part of a select group chosen to work with the World Health Organization (WH
Low back pain and physiotherapy use of red flags: the evidence from Scotland
Safety agency publishes new guidance on falls
New guidance aimed at improving care after a patient has fallen in a clinical setting is available to NHS staff.
Physios on the ball over stairs assessment
Physiotherapists who took part in a recent discussion about stairs assessment before discharge from hospital showed a high awareness of risks invol
viewpoint - Sitting pretty?
Benjamin Drew, one of our reader columnists, ponders a dilemma for hospital healthcare professionals
A physiotherapy manager who was facing the prospect of appearing in court after a patient was injured, has advised other managers to be aware of th