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Long term conditions

Government and employers must do more to keep people fit for work, CSP says

Press Release - Posted on 05/09/2014

5 September 2014 A new report that looks at the challenges faced in the workplace by people with chronic musculoskeletal disorders ...

ARC 2014: Fight stigma and raise awareness of HIV, CSP urged

News item - Posted on 10/03/2014

10 March 2014 The CSP should work alongside the Terence Higgins Trust and specialist physiotherapists to develop resources for members ...

Labour healthcare review focuses on ‘whole person’ care and importance of community services

News item - Posted on 06/03/2014

6 March 2014 NHS patients could be supported to self-manage long term conditions, under the recommendations of a review commissioned ...

Lives worth living: exercise for long-term conditions

Frontline article - Posted on 23/12/2013

Physios are urged to engage people with long-term conditions in therapeutic exercise programmes. Ian A McMillan reports from a lecture in London. ...

MPs told NHS needs better data about care for arthritis and musculoskeletal diseases

News item - Posted on 25/10/2013

25 October 2013 A lack of data about services for patients with long term conditions is undermining the NHS’s understanding of the ...

Survey will shape provision of physical activity services

News item - Posted on 19/09/2013

19 September 2013 Physiotherapy staff can help to shape the provision of physical activity for people with certain long-term ...

Rising rates of long-term conditions present opportunities

News item - Posted on 23/05/2013

23 May 2013 Rates of long-term conditions and disability are set to rise in the UK and working lives will be extended into ‘old age’. ...

Patient experience will have key role in care

Frontline article - Posted on 19/10/2009

Allied health professionals should think more creatively about how they can support people with long-term conditions at an early stage, a CSP conference in Scotland heard. ...

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