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Welfare reform could throw up opportunities for physiotherapy

News item - Posted on 11/12/2008

11 December 2008 The government has unveiled plans to reform the welfare benefits system, which include providing ‘personalised‘ ...

Ministers challenged over Black response

Frontline article - Posted on 02/12/2008

The CSP is calling on ministers to explain why they have not made early intervention physiotherapy services the cornerstone of plans to help people with health problems to return to work. ...

Arthritis patients lack access to treatment

Frontline article - Posted on 04/11/2008

Many people with arthritis are being let down by their employers and lack access to services such as physiotherapy and pain management to stay in work, says a survey. ...

Physiotherapy is key to tackling workplace ill health

Press Release - Posted on 22/07/2008

22 July 2008 The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy welcomes Fit for Work service pilot announced in welfare reform green paper ...

Wales starts work on occupational health

Frontline article - Posted on 15/07/2008

The Welsh assembly government has begun a 12-month pilot scheme to test whether providing rapid access to occupational health musculoskeletal physiotherapy services can reduce work absences. ...

CSP says emphasis for improving employee absenteeism should not be on ‘well-notes’

Press Release - Posted on 20/02/2008

20 February 2008 In response to reports in the press about Secretary of State Alan Johnson’s proposal for GPs to issue ‘well-notes’ in ...

Physiotherapists and Occupational Therapists join forces for the Assembly Elections

News item - Posted on 05/03/2007

5 March 2007 Both professions are calling for essential rehabilitation to help people remain in, or return to work. / Mae'r ddau ...

Safer work environments and reduced ill health

News item - Posted on 13/07/2006

13 July 2006 New government programmes will help small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) provide a safer working environment and ...

People's health and the economy's wealth

News item - Posted on 05/07/2005

5 July 2005 Bristol woman wows Minister with maiden speech in the Commons ...

Experts gather at House of Commons to discuss benefits of vocational rehabilitation in getting people back to work

News item - Posted on 05/07/2005

5 July 2005 A diagnosis of chronic back pain need not be a diagnosis of long-term unemployment, according to new research presented to ...

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