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CSP responds to workplace health statistics

Press Release - Posted on 29/10/2014

29 October 2014 New statistics on work-related injury and illness from the Health and Safety Executive show the need for a 'renewed ...

Supporting Members with Mental Health Problems - CSP Reps Advice Sheets

Publication - Posted on 22/10/2014

This series of three advice sheets is aimed at helping CSP reps to support members with mental health conditions. ...

Al-desko lunches damage health and wellbeing, say physios

Press Release - Posted on 05/06/2014

6 June 2014 Poor work habits like not taking a break, staying late or eating lunch ‘al-desko’ are damaging the nation’s health, ...

Telephone triage - call the physio

Frontline article - Posted on 15/07/2013

A workplace health scheme is using telephone triage to send patients to the appropriate physiotherapy service. Janet Wright reports ...

Innovative disability centre wants to hear from physio researchers

Frontline article - Posted on 18/06/2013

Physiotherapists are expected to be involved in a new joint national centre for research into reducing workplace disability from musculoskeletal (MSK) disorders. ...

NHS Employers pledges to act on staff wellbeing

Frontline article - Posted on 14/05/2013

The heads of all the major NHS organisations in England have come together and pledged to prioritise staff health and wellbeing. ...

Fit enough for patients? An audit of workplace health and wellbeing services for NHS staff

Publication - Posted on 12/03/2013

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New role for allied health professionals in helping people back to work

Press Release - Posted on 05/03/2013

5 March 2013 Employers and GPs are set to benefit from a new assessment report which enables Allied Health Professionals (AHPs) ...

Prize-winning clinic boosts employees’ well-being

Frontline article - Posted on 04/01/2013

A physiotherapy clinic has won first prize in a competition that was judged by the government’s top adviser on health and work. Dame ...

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