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Snow and icy conditions led to ‘unprecedented’ levels of demand

Frontline article - Posted on 18/01/2010

Physiotherapy and other health staff battled to keep services running and treat patients affected by the severe winter weather, which still gripped large parts of the UK last week. ...

Falls on ice will continue to rise in Big Freeze, warn physiotherapists

Press Release - Posted on 12/01/2010

12 January 2010 CSP self-help advice on preventing slips and what to do if you’re injured ...

Role offers ‘high profile’ in acute stroke care

Frontline article - Posted on 04/02/2009

A physiotherapist working at the forefront of acute stroke care hopes to inspire others down the same career path so as to mine an ‘untapped resource.’ ...

Twilight service brings benefits

Frontline article - Posted on 02/12/2008

Physiotherapists in Scotland who piloted a ‘twilight’ service in an acute hospital have reported a fall in ‘inappropriate’ emergency call-outs, as well as other benefits. ...

'Twas the night before Christmas

Frontline article - Posted on 05/12/2007

Frozen turkeys on feet is just one of the seasonal injuries seen by physios in A&E. Matthew Limb hears about the rest Some slip ...

Asthma care pack limits mention of physios

Frontline article - Posted on 20/06/2007

The charity Asthma UK has launched a resource pack for health professionals who work in settings where they are likely to encounter people having an asthma attack. ...

Scotland recruits graduates

Frontline article - Posted on 03/05/2006

A Scottish trust has created 11 new graduate physiotherapy posts to help relieve the national jobs crisis. NHS Lothian has received ...

A&E physios boost patient satisfaction

Frontline article - Posted on 03/08/2005

New physiotherapy-led research shows physios working as extended scope practitioners (ESPs) improve patient satisfaction among those with soft tissue injuries. ...

CSP welcomes cash boost for older people's services

Frontline article - Posted on 01/05/2005

The government has announced £ 60 million funding for councils to develop innovative ways to help older people live independently for longer. ...

Payment by results: cost or bust

Frontline article - Posted on 01/05/2005

A new system of financing hospitals emerged in 2002. With payment by results now being introduced, Lisa Wilde asks what should physios know about it, and why? ...

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