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Musculoskeletal services in primary care in the Republic of Ireland: an insight into the perspective of physiotherapists

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 25/05/2017

Objectives With a shift in musculoskeletal physiotherapy from secondary to primary care in Ireland, this study aimed to explore physiotherapists’ experiences of providing musculoskeletal ...

NHS frontline needs in-house physios working in multidisciplinary teams, says King’s Fund

News item - Posted on 04/05/2017

4 May 2017 Effective frontline NHS care needs good connections between teams of physiotherapists and other clinicians employed on a ...

CSP director heralds prevention and rehabilitation in primary care

News item - Posted on 19/10/2016

19 October 2016 Healthcare in the future must shift to primary care, multidisciplinary working, involve patients and exploit IT, ...

Your comments: 1 July 2015

Frontline article - Posted on 30/06/2015

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Barts respiratory rehab team rewarded

News item - Posted on 22/04/2014

22 April 2014 The adult respiratory care and rehabilitation team at Barts Health NHS Trust in east London has won an internal award ...

Report reveals ‘the painful truth’ for patients living with long-term pain in Northern Ireland

News item - Posted on 12/02/2014

12 February 2014 People in Northern Ireland living with long-term pain want better access to regular physiotherapy, according to a ...

Physios are key component in multidisciplinary teams, says NHS England’s Seven Days a Week Forum

News item - Posted on 10/01/2014

10 January 2014 The CSP has welcomed NHS England’s acknowledgement of the importance of physiotherapy in its proposed clinical ...

The development and implementation of an integrated care pathway for 24-hour postural management: a study of the views of staff and carers

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 04/10/2010

Objectives Children and young adults with moderate or severe motor impairment are at risk of developing contractures and deformities. In North Devon, an integrated care pathway (ICP) was written by ...

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