CSP Northern Ireland office
The CSP office in Northern Ireland was established in Belfast in 2001. In 2016 the office moved to new premises, at the Scottish Provident Building.
Employers need to do more to address the huge cost of sickness absence in the workplace.
A report by the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency published today shows that the sickness absence rate in the civil service for 2018/19 was an average of 12.6 days.
Northern Ireland pay gap with rest of UK must be closed says CSP
The CSP has joined Northern Ireland's health unions in writing to political leaders about the ongoing pay dispute for workers across health and social care sectors.
Award shows assistant practitioners are integral to physiotherapy
Winning a national NHS Employers’ award this spring has raised the profile of her profession, said physiotherapy assistant practitioner Emma Busby.
CSP welcomes reshaping stroke care consultation in Northern Ireland
Stroke survivors and their carers need to be able to access rehabilitation and long term support in the community.
Physios are top winners at ankylosing spondylitis patient choice awards
Physiotherapists led the line-up of winners at the National Ankylosing Spondylitis Patients’ Choice Award, held at the Houses of Parliament on 3 December.
Family run Bangor practice wins business award
A family of physios, and their colleagues, have received a local business award for their private practice in Bangor in Co Down, Northern Ireland.
Northern Ireland physios triumph at Advancing Healthcare Awards
An RAF physiotherapy medical support officer and a first contact physiotherapy (FCP) pilot both won awards at this year’s Advancing Healthcare Awards Northern Ireland.
Northern Ireland sees progress with recruitment to FCP posts
Expansion of the first contact physiotherapy model in GP surgeries in Northern Ireland has continued with recruitment success reported in two trusts.
How the legacy of childhood trauma can be eased
Francis McMonagle reflects on a trauma summit in Belfast where experts highlighted the long-term damage of early traumatic experiences
Physiotherapist commended for MS exercise videos
A series of short films aimed at encouraging people with multiple sclerosis (MS) to exercise, and which were developed by MS physiotherapist Rachel Flinn, have received an accolade at the annual patient information awards of the British Medical Association (BMA).