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Medicines with injection therapy in physiotherapy services

Publication - Posted on 11/10/2016

Explain why two separate injections (except where one of them is a vehicle for the other) cannot be mixed in the syringe and administered under a Patient Group Direction (PGD). ...

An introduction to patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) in physiotherapy

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 01/06/2015

The use of patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) is set to rise in physiotherapy. PROMs provide additional ‘patient-centred’ data which is unique in capturing the patient's own opinion on the impact of ...

The Future is in Your Hands - ‘How may staff need to be trained as Advanced Practitioners in your Trust?’ - We want to hear from You!! - submission deadline 29th May 2015

News item - Posted on 18/05/2015

18 May 2015 Health Education England (West Midlands) are offering a programme to support education and training of Advanced Clinical ...

CSP calls for collaboration to bridge student placement gaps

News item - Posted on 11/06/2014

12 June 2014 There needs to be a collaborative approach between higher education and service providers to meet the practice placement ...

CSP takes lead in Euro plan

News item - Posted on 30/05/2012

30 May 2012 The society is working to ensure that physiotherapy is seen across Europe as an autonomous profession. ...

Implementing evidence in clinical practice: the ‘therapies’ dilemma

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 06/10/2010

Evidence-based practice involves the application of the best available evidence, often from research findings, into the clinical setting to ensure best practice. This paper discusses some of the issues ...

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