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  • 5 July 2005
    The amount of unfilled NHS vacancies for professions allied to medicine (PAMs) have more than doubled since 1999, an alarming statistic highlighted by health unions which today submit evidence to the Pay Review Body (Friday 6 September). The Government's...
  • 5 July 2005
    Sports medicine, occupational health, acupuncture and mental healthcare are just four of the eight programmes on offer at the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) annual scientific congress, which takes place at Birmingham's International Convention...
  • 5 July 2005
    23 August 2002 Thousands sign petition to overturn Oxleas decision The battle to save the threatened specialist mental health physiotherapy service at Oxleas NHS Trust is hotting up. A delegation from the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) will...
  • 5 July 2005
    The CSP is urging members to take the opportunity to become actively involved in shaping how the Health Profession's Council (HPC)  is run. A series of roadshows has been organised by the HPC as part of their UK-wide open consultation programme. The...
  • 5 July 2005
    McDonald's Parliamentary Challenge Shield Kick off: 4pm, Saturday 10th August, Leckwith Stadium, Cardiff Both Westminster and Assembley politicians will have top quality pitchside care when they meet in a head to head on the football pitch this Saturday...
  • 5 July 2005
    The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy has added its voice to that of the Organisation of Chartered Physiotherapists in Private Practice to warn members not to send money in response to letters looking as though they are from the Data Protection Agency....
  • 5 July 2005
    The CSP has launched a petition in another strand to its campaign to save the specialist mental health physiotherapy team at Oxleas NHS Trust. The initiative has been taken in response to requests from physiotherapists and other health professionals who...
  • 5 July 2005
    The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) has come out fighting following the shock announcement just four weeks ago that Oxleas NHS Trust had decided to axe its specialist mental health physiotherapy service. The Society has launched a campaign to...
  • 5 July 2005
    As music festival lovers gear up for a summer season of entertainment, chartered physiotherapists are offering advice on how to avoid becoming one of the hundreds injured and seen at every event. Over a thousand people can be treated at any one event for...
  • 5 July 2005
    With an end to the government's NHS pay modernisation talks still some way off, the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) has stepped up its call to improve conditions for staff with the launch of its 'Delivering a fairer future' campaign. The CSP's...
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