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Seize the day
The CSPs new vice chair of Council talks to Graham Clews about her role and how she sees the future for the profession
Pandering to prejudice
What price patient choice if that choice is motivated by bigotry? Graham Clews investigates
CONGRESS '09 - Deliver on low back pain or others will
We conclude coverage of Congress, the CSPs flagship event, which saw over 1,200 delegates and visitors flock to Liverpools BT Convention Centre o
Commissioning. Opportunity or threat?
Recent developments in health service provision have thrown up unprecedented challenges, as well as opportunities for the profession to flourish.
New care system should follow NHS model
The CSP has backed government plans for a national care service in England but urged that it should be free to all and funded through general taxat
Physio scoops major health award
A physiotherapist has been named therapist of the year at this years Scottish Health Awards.
English regional networks up and running
Seven of the 10 CSP English regional networks are up and running, getting down to the task of inspiring and supporting members and encouraging them
CSP awards recognise excellence
Members and guests gathered for the CSP annual event that allows the profession to acknowledge and honour some outstanding individuals.
Plans to boost NHS staff health forge ahead
The CSP has welcomed the governments pledge to implement an independent experts groundbreaking proposals to improve the health and well-being o
Jobs cut fears in Dorset
Physiotherapy staff fear major cutbacks at a financially stricken foundation trust that is under review by the independent regulator.
NHS bid trumps rivals
An NHS in-house bid has won the contract to provide a new city-wide intermediate care service for patients across Sheffield.
Physios and fitness instructors come together over referrals
The CSP and the Fitness Industry Association have set up a formal partnership to examine how physiotherapy and the fitness industry can work togeth
The CSP is encouraging parents to buy Christmas presents that will encourage youngsters to take the physical activity they need.