CSP Scotland office
The CSP office in Scotland was set up in 1999 in response to Scottish devolution, when responsibility for devolved matters was passed to the Scottish...
CSP Scottish board
The purpose of the CSP Scottish Board is to lead and represent the profession and members in Scotland, by promoting excellence in physiotherapy practi...
Give cardiac rehab patients tailored exercise programmes, says Scottish guideline
Cardiac rehab patients should receive one-to-one exercise assessments and exercise programmes that take account of their individual choices.
Newsfeed: Innovative new support at Queen Elizabeth University Hospital Emergency Department - NHS GGC news update
An innovative new way of working of placing dedicated physiotherapist in the Emergency Department (ED) of Scotland’s largest hospital has been so successful the team has been trebled in size.
CSP gives evidence on physiotherapy in primary care to Scottish parliament
The CSP joined fellow allied health professions (AHPs) in giving oral evidence to the health committee of the Scottish Parliament on 24 September.
6th annual Scottish Physiotherapy Student Conference comes to GCU
Glasgow Caledonian University will hold the 6th annual Scottish Physiotherapy Student Conference on Saturday 26th October 2019, welcoming attendees from around Scotland to gain knowledge and experience that will enable them to excel in their careers as physiotherapists.
News feed: Scottish Health Survey 2018 published - Scottish Government press release
Scotland’s Chief Statistician today released The Scottish Health Survey 2018, providing information on the health, and factors relating to health, of adults and children in Scotland.
CSP Scotland seeks guest bloggers for 'iCSP Influencers Network'
The CSP’s Campaigns and Regional Engagement team has recently developed a new ‘iCSP Influencers Network’ which aims to bring together CSP members who want to play an active role in influencing and raising the profile of the Physiotherapy profession.
University physio lands landmark fellowship for Parkinson’s research
A physiotherapy lecturer has been awarded a fully-funded PhD fellowship from the Scottish Government’s Chief Scientist Office (CSO) and Parkinson’s UK, to further her work on exercise provision for people living with the condition.
GPs get the message that physios are an answer to the primary care crisis
The crisis in GP recruitment presents a unique opportunity for physiotherapists to demonstrate their value in managing musculoskeletal problems instead of a doctor, says research published in the British Journal of General Practice.
Scotland needs more physios to tackle growing demand and rising waiting times
Waiting times for musculoskeletal (MSK) services in Scotland are rising rapidly, but the problem could be solved by creating more physiotherapy roles.
Stand-up physio targets stigma of female incontinence with new social enterprise
Pelvic health physio and stand-up comedian, Elaine Miller, is part of a new social enterprise that aims to tackle the stigma surrounding female incontinence.
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.