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Suffolk physiotherapist wins European Stroke Research Foundation investigator award

News item - Posted on 16/05/2018

16 May 2018 Ehab Georgy has won the European Stroke Research Foundation investigator award for a research paper about the impact of ...

CSP puts patient opinion at the centre of new research priorities

News item - Posted on 21/02/2018

1 March 2018 The CSP has set out its top 10 research priorities for the next five years with an unprecedented focus on patient ...

Physio lecturers win good practice award for research blog site

News item - Posted on 21/02/2018

21 February 2018 Physiotherapy lecturers at Coventry University have gained recognition for setting up a webpage that helps staff, ...

Queen recognises impact of five physiotherapists

News item - Posted on 04/01/2018

4 January 2018 Five CSP members received recognition in the New Year honours list. ...

NICE recommends specialist physio for early-stage Parkinson’s

News item - Posted on 19/07/2017

19 July 2017 Health professionals should consider referring adults in the early stages of Parkinson’s to physiotherapists for an ...

CSP charity co-funds three major physio research projects

News item - Posted on 07/02/2017

7 February 2017 CSP’s Charitable Trust and Arthritis Research UK are co-funding three major physiotherapy-related research projects at ...

An introduction to patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) in physiotherapy

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 01/06/2015

The use of patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) is set to rise in physiotherapy. PROMs provide additional ‘patient-centred’ data which is unique in capturing the patient's own opinion on the impact of ...

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