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Councils handed public health purse strings

News item - Posted on 30/11/2010

30 November 2010 In a move to bring public health spending and planning closer to local communities, councils are being given a public ...

Welfare shake up overlooks early intervention

Frontline article - Posted on 15/11/2010

Neglecting to invest in early intervention services that would prevent people needing long-term sickness benefit is a scandal, said CSP chief executive Phil Gray. ...

Welfare reform a missed opportunity, say physiotherapists

Press Release - Posted on 11/11/2010

11 November 2010 Employers should be made to do more to keep staff off benefits ...

Osbourne needs to rethink welfare

Frontline article - Posted on 02/11/2010

The CSP has questioned Chancellor George Osborne’s decision to slash spending on welfare benefits in this Parliament. CSP chief ...

Physiotherapy works: occupational health

Publication - Posted on 25/10/2010

Physiotherapy is clinically effective and cost effective in the provision of occupational health services – getting people back to work. Available in English and Welsh. ...

Sickness costs

Publication - Posted on 25/10/2010

Report showing how the health service, employers, and the benefits system could be saved substantial amounts of money, associated productivity gains could be realised and people’s health greatly improved. ...

'Untold scandal' overlooked on incapacity benefit, say physiotherapists

Press Release - Posted on 21/10/2010

21 October 2010 Government must consider early intervention ...

Keep your staff ‘Fit for Work’, CSP says

News item - Posted on 13/10/2010

13 October 2010 Employers who fail to invest in the health of their staff could be losing millions of pounds a year through staff ...

Health white paper

Press Release - Posted on 05/10/2010

5 October 2010 George Osborne’s welcome pledge to enable welfare recipients to return to work is at 'severe risk' from his own ...

Fighting fit

Frontline article - Posted on 04/10/2010

Encouraging staff to work when they are ill is both bad practice and a false economy, explains Janet Wright Cutting back on staff ...

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