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AHP conference 2016: Simon Stevens urges AHPs to ensure £450m to improve workplace health is used

News item - Posted on 29/06/2016

29 June 2016 The head of NHS England has urged allied health profession (AHP) leaders to ‘bang on the doors of finance directors’ and ...

Physios gain £500,000 to expand services in Cornwall

News item - Posted on 27/01/2016

27 January 2016 Physiotherapists in Cornwall have secured funding of more than £500,000 to expand therapy services at their trust. ...

Comment: sting in the tail

Frontline article - Posted on 18/01/2016

Frontline’s editor looks at the changes ahead for higher education funding and physiotherapy training. It was a classic ...

New year new challenges: demonstrate your value

Frontline article - Posted on 18/01/2016

With acute trusts facing mounting financial problems, Gill Hitchcock looks at how physiotherapists might make a difference. ...

Design Council and Arthritis Research UK offer £15,000 product development award

News item - Posted on 19/11/2015

19 November 2015 Physios could be awarded thousands of pounds to help them develop products that will improve the quality of life of ...

University challenge: funding physiotherapy courses

Frontline article - Posted on 19/10/2015

How should physiotherapy courses be funded in future? Frontline looks at what the CSP is doing to engage in the current debate. ...

Physio student funding review must safeguard entry to the profession and workforce supply, CSP chief tells ministers

News item - Posted on 25/09/2015

25 September 2015 Any changes to funding for physiotherapy education must safeguard workforce supply and entry to the profession, ...

Scottish and Northern Ireland students win the Big Idea competition with funding campaign

News item - Posted on 19/02/2015

19 February 2015 Student reps from Scotland and Northern Ireland have won a Dragon’s Den-style competition, thanks to an idea that ...

West Yorkshire gains first specialist neuromuscular physio

News item - Posted on 02/12/2014

2 December 2014 Specialised care is now available in West Yorkshire for people with conditions such as muscular dystrophy, after ...

NHS poor at ‘core business’ of chronic care, says former health minister Lord Warner

News item - Posted on 23/10/2014

23 October 2014 The NHS is very good at treating serious illness, but less good at its ‘core business’ of maintaining the health and ...

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