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Accident and emergency (A&E)

Letters: 4 February 2015

Frontline article - Posted on 02/02/2015

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In perspective: Shining a spotlight on A&E

Frontline article - Posted on 19/01/2015

Log-jams in A&E hit the headlines again this month. Eve Jenner explains how physios can play their part in speeding up care and cutting costs. ...

Use frontline physios to reduce A&E waiting times, says CSP

Press Release - Posted on 06/01/2015

6 January 2015 With accident and emergency waiting times under scrutiny, the CSP urges the health service to give physios more ...

Put physios in A&E to ease pressures and cut waiting times, CSP says

Press Release - Posted on 23/12/2014

23 December 2014 Placing physiotherapists in every A&E department could cut waiting times, reduce admissions and save money for the ...

Physiotherapy Works A&E: latest briefing a trigger to raising the profile of the profession

News item - Posted on 16/12/2014

16 December 2014 Physiotherapy works extremely well in A&E. It reduces delays and inefficiencies, prevents unnecessary admissions ...

Physiotherapy works: Accident and Emergency

Publication - Posted on 16/12/2014

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Department of Health’s winter crisis fund will back additional physio posts

News item - Posted on 27/11/2013

27 November 2013 The CSP has welcomed the Department of Health’s (DH) announcement that additional money for the NHS over the winter ...

CSP welcomes funding for physiotherapy to help ease pressure on A&E

Press Release - Posted on 27/11/2013

27 November 2013 The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) has responded to an announcement by the Department of Health about how it ...

On target

Frontline article - Posted on 16/09/2013

A specialist physiotherapy team is playing its part in ensuring national targets are met at the Royal Bolton Hospital’s A&E unit, as Ian A McMillan discovers. ...

In your face

Frontline article - Posted on 04/05/2010

Danger lurks on social networking sites for unwary physios as Matthew Limb finds out. Social networking can be good for careers ...

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