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Back in power: what can we expect under the new government?

Frontline article - Posted on 15/06/2015

The general election delivered a majority Conservative government in Westminster while the SNP won almost all the seats in Scotland. What does the new face of UK government mean for physios and for public ...

Physio heads for Westminster as victorious MP

News item - Posted on 08/05/2015

8 May 2015 Physiotherapist Rachael Maskell has been elected as a member of parliament for York Central representing the Labour party. ...

CSP responds to election results

Press Release - Posted on 08/05/2015

8 May 2015 Commenting on election results from across the UK, Karen Middleton, chief executive of the Chartered Society of ...

Election 2015

Frontline article - Posted on 13/04/2015

Thursday 7 May is UK election day. Find out what it means for physio staff in our election special. ...

Senior service: Dot Gibson calls for better care for older people

Frontline article - Posted on 02/03/2015

As the general election looms, Dot Gibson of the National Pensioners Convention explains why all political parties should sign up to a manifesto calling for better care for older people. ...

Email your election candidates

Page - Posted on 27/02/2015

27 February 2015 You can use the 2015 election webpage to email candidates with four key questions. ...

Back NHS staff to let innovation flourish, says CSP

Press Release - Posted on 25/02/2015

25 February 2015 The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy has joined 22 other health and social care organisations in calling for ...

The 2015 general election: Four key questions

Frontline article - Posted on 02/02/2015

Email your candidates before the general election to ask four key questions for physiotherapy. ...

CSP responds to Labour's NHS plan

Press Release - Posted on 27/01/2015

27 January 2015 Responding to today's unveiling by Labour of its 10-year plan for the NHS, Professor Karen Middleton, chief executive of ...

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