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Health and Social Care Bill

Health unions protect jobs and patient care at Rotherham

Frontline article - Posted on 01/07/2013

Health unions, including the CSP, have beaten back huge job losses at Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust. Frontline (2 January) ...

NHS ‘risk register’ remains under wraps

News item - Posted on 10/05/2012

10 May 2012 The government has used its right to veto the publication of its controversial NHS ‘risk register’ which would have made ...

Role of allied health professionals in commissioning process recognised

News item - Posted on 01/03/2012

1 March 2012 Amendments to the Health and Social Care Bill about the role of allied health professionals put forward by the Chartered ...

Society sets PM straight on members' views

News item - Posted on 29/02/2012

29 February 2012 CSP chief executive Phil Gray has countered claims made by the prime minister about members’ resistance to the health ...

Joint statement on Risk Register from BMA, CSP, RCN, RCM

Document - Posted on 20/02/2012

Joint Joint 2012 ...

ARC 2012: Call to scrap 'fatally flawed' health bill

News item - Posted on 09/02/2012

9 February 2012 The government’s proposed Health and Social Care Bill will have a negative impact on patient care, and the lack of any ...

Impact of NHS reforms on musculoskeletal physiotherapy - Health and Social Care Bill, Lords Report Stage briefing

Document - Posted on 06/02/2012

Donna Castle CSP 2012 ...

Lobby a Lord to protect NHS

News item - Posted on 21/11/2011

21 November 2011 The CSP is asking members to Lobby a Lord by sending a letter highlighting concerns over the Health and Social Care ...

CSP briefing on Health and Social Care Bill: committee stage in the House of Lords

Document - Posted on 03/11/2011

CSP press and policy CSP 2011 ...

CSP briefing on the Health and Social Care Bill: second Reading in the House of Lords

Document - Posted on 10/10/2011

CSP CSP 2011 ...

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