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Physios give fantastic response to national hip fracture research project

News item - Posted on 19/06/2017

19 June 2017 More than 400 physiotherapists from acute and community services have signed up to Hipsprint, the CSP’s national audit of ...

NICE launches tool to help physios assess their service

News item - Posted on 04/07/2016

4 July 2016 A template which could help physios assess the quality of their services is available on the National Institute for Health ...

Nearly all stroke patients in Wales see a physio within 72 hours

News item - Posted on 03/02/2016

3 February 2016 The proportion of people seen by a physiotherapist within 72 hours of a stroke has risen from 92 per cent to 96 per ...

Northern Ireland dementia audit calls for better assessment of mobility

News item - Posted on 27/07/2015

27 July 2015 An audit of dementia care in Northern Ireland shows that significant improvement is needed in how trusts assess patients’ ...

Clinical incidents involving students on placement: an analysis of incident reports to identify potential risk factors

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 01/06/2015

Background Students are sometimes involved in incidents during clinical training. To the authors’ knowledge, no quantitative studies of incidents specifically involving physiotherapy students on ...

Parkinson’s group issues final call for physios to join care audit

News item - Posted on 26/03/2015

26 March 2015 Physiotherapists have been encouraged to register and take part in this year’s audit of Parkinson’s services across the ...

All physios involved in stroke care should participate in national audit, urges CSP

News item - Posted on 08/01/2015

10 January 2015 The CSP wants physiotherapy teams in stroke care to collect data on their services as the first annual audit of stroke ...

An integrated care pathway for the management of low back pain

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 07/10/2010

Low back pain is a disabling condition that is responsible for a considerable amount of health service expenditure [HMSO, London, 1994, p. 1; The Back Pain Revolution. Churchill Livingstone, London, 1999]. ...

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