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London physio’s shisha research wins public health award

News item - Posted on 21/07/2016

21 July 2016 Physio Hannah Harniess won a Council for Allied Health Professions Research award for her abstract on shisha smoking ...

Royal College of GPs prioritises physical activity and lifestyle issues

News item - Posted on 29/06/2016

29 June 2016 The CSP has welcomed a programme to support primary care professionals with evidence-based information to prevent and ...

Smoking status and its relationship with exercise capacity, physical activity in daily life and quality of life in physically independent, elderly individuals

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 27/02/2015

Objective To investigate the relationship between smoking status and exercise capacity, physical activity in daily life and health-related quality of life in physically independent, elderly (≥60 years) ...

NICE consults on promoting exercise to help people ‘age well’

News item - Posted on 16/07/2014

16 July 2014 The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has launched a consultation on approaches to preventing ...

Assessment and management of risk factors for the prevention of lifestyle-related disease: a cross-sectional survey of current activities, barriers and perceived training needs of primary care physiotherapists in the Republic of Ireland

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 30/05/2014

Objective To provide a snapshot of current activities, barriers and perceived training needs for the assessment and management of behavioural risk factors in physiotherapy practice in primary care ...

NICE says people with schizophrenia should be given help to exercise, eat well and stop smoking

News item - Posted on 18/02/2014

18 February 2014 Physical activity should be part of a package of treatment offered to people with psychosis or schizophrenia, ...

Wales smoking ban campaign wins gold

News item - Posted on 25/10/2013

25 October 2013 An anti-smoking campaign in Wales, which had significant physiotherapy input, has been given the accolade of best ...

Respiratory physios give cautious welcome to plans for smoking ban in prisons

News item - Posted on 25/09/2013

25 September 2013 Plans to phase in a smoking ban in prisons in England and Wales would have to be accompanied by a sophisticated ...

Email your Assembly Member to keep the TV and film smoking ban in place

News item - Posted on 02/04/2013

2 April 2013 As a member of the Wales Tobacco Control Alliance, CSP is supporting Ash Wales’ campaign to protect the ban on smoking on ...

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