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Professionalism

Professionalism is an integral part of CSP work in supporting and promoting members’ education, practice and conduct.

What is professionalism?

What is professionalism?

The concept of professionalism is of central importance to all CSP members.

Regulation of physiotherapy

Regulation of physiotherapy

The links between professionalism and regulatory systems, for both individuals and organisations.

Code of Professional Values and Behaviour

Code of Professional Values and Behaviour

The Code of Professional Values sets out the CSP's expectations of all members.

Quality Assurance Standards

Quality Assurance Standards

Promote and assure quality in clinical practice and service delivery.

Record-keeping guidance

Record-keeping guidance

Guidance for members on best practice in keeping, accessing, and retaining patient records.

Indemnity and insurance

Indemnity and insurance

Understand what your CSP membership provides, and circumstances where you may have additional needs

Scope of practice

Scope of practice

Make sure you know how to work safely and competently within your own scope of practice.

Consent

Consent

Guidance and resources to ensure you are clear about consent in clinical practice.

Cultural competence

Cultural competence

Cultural competence is a facet of your overall professional competence. But what does it mean?

Duty of care

Duty of care

Physiotherapists have a fundamental and non-delegable duty of care to their patients

Duty to report

Duty to report

Sometimes physiotherapists may be under an obligation to raise concerns with another person or organisation

Chaperoning

Chaperoning

Protect your patients and yourself by following CSP guidance

Suicide awareness

Suicide awareness

Find out key messages that relate to awareness of suicidal risk in patients

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