Advice line: student wellbeing while on placement
Ciara Younge suggests ways student physios can maintain their wellbeing during their studies and while on placement.
Work the World winner
Johnny Burridge won the CSP’s Work the World competition in 2016. Johnny, who studies at the University of Hertfordshire, decided to travel to Nepal for his four-week placement. Here he shares an account of his experiences and some useful tips for when you head out on placement.
Is extra funding for training and placements good news for the physiotherapy profession?
Student votes lead to three placement awards for physio team
A musculoskeletal (MSK) physiotherapy team from Oxfordshire has received recognition for the high quality placements it provides to students.
Editor's comment: payback time
In this issue of Frontline, says managing editor Lynn Eaton, we look at a topic that is central to the future of physiotherapy: how do we ensure th
Student placements: are you experienced?
Students need to spend 1,000 hours in settings that enhance their knowledge and practice.
'Placements are the perfect opportunity to showcase your skills'
Rebecca Fawcett, a student at the University of Birmingham, travelled to Sri Lanka in 2015 as the winner of our elective overseas placement prize draw. Here she talks about the valuable experience she gained and how she helped to make a difference to people’s lives.
It’s a rewarding experience representing your fellow students
Becoming a student rep is a great opportunity to develop your skills and learn more about the profession. Here three students share some of the benefits they have gained from the experience: