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Physiotherapy works

Physiotherapy works for social care

Blogpost - Posted on 17/07/2014

As the social care evidence-based briefing is launched across the country, Sue Rees says the message is clear Sue and CSP chief ...

In perspective: There is a way to promote physiotherapy

Frontline article - Posted on 14/07/2014

NICE fellow Angela Green says there is way to promote physiotherapy through the NICE shared learning database Do you have ...

The elevator pitch: How to promote physiotherapy

Frontline article - Posted on 14/07/2014

While we’d normally advocate taking the stairs, this second article in a two-part CPD series invites you to use the lift! ...

CSP goes on the road

News item - Posted on 10/07/2014

10 July 2014 Staff and leading members of the CSP are hitting the road this autumn to take the Physiotherapy Works message out to ...

Let's celebrate success

Blogpost - Posted on 03/07/2014

Michael West is right: we need to celebrate accomplishments, share positive experiences and express gratitude to improve health for ourselves and our patients ...

Physiotherapy works events - coming to you

Page - Posted on 02/07/2014

3 July 2014 Don’t miss these free events for qualified, student and associate members. They are crucial to help you see the need for ...

Physiotherapy works: demonstrate the benefit of physio to decision-makers, patients and the public

Frontline article - Posted on 30/06/2014

Physiotherapy Works plans to demonstrate the benefit of physio to decision-makers, patients and the public.  Find out how you as a CSP member can play your part. ...

CSP briefs on how physios can improve social care

News item - Posted on 24/06/2014

24 June 2014 A major new document outlining the value of physiotherapy in social care settings has been launched around the UK. ...

Physiotherapy works for social care

Publication - Posted on 11/06/2014

PDF outlining the role of physiotherapy in social care and how it can deliver cost-effective change to more integrated, co-ordinated and effective community services, focussed on prevention, early intervention and rehabilitation, which enable people to live well for longer with reduced need for care and support (English and Welsh language versions available). ...

Physiotherapy works for social care

Page - Posted on 11/06/2014

This Physiotherapy Works document outlines the clinical- and cost-effectiveness of physiotherapy in social care and shows how physiotherapy restores function, enabling people to live independently, and reduces the need for costly care and support. ...