CSP Wales office
The CSP office in Wales was established in 1995 and increased in size in response to Welsh devolution, when responsibility for some devolved matters,...
Physiotherapist and CSP staff member is elected as member of parliament
Physiotherapist Ruth Jones, the CSP’s senior negotiating officer for Wales and part of West Midlands, was elected to parliament as the Labour MP for Newport West in a by-election on 4 April.
Physio enhances student placements and Welsh language
Community neuro physiotherapist Catrin Davies is the first winner of a new award, Best Welsh Mentor.
CSP welcomes consultation to tackle obesity in Wales
Health minister Vaughan Gething has launched a consultation on the Welsh government’s first ever obesity strategy.
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.
NHS should reuse more medical equipment, says health minister
NHS patients should be able to return equipment they no longer need, such as crutches, walking aids and wheelchairs, so they can be reused or donated to charity, the government has urged.
Welsh board newsletter for members
Award for Cwm Taf therapists who share skills to help people out of A&E
A project in which health and care professionals share their skills to help older people get home safely from A&E has won an NHS Wales award.
Political leadership training in Wales
Your opportunity to harness digital technologies after PUK 2018
More than 70 CSP members took part in a bring your own device workshop entiteld‘#Localinfluence Harnessing digital technologies for effective influencing’ session at Physiotherapy UK 2018 in October.
Physiotherapy UK 2018: Progressing patient pathways
As the number of older people increases, physiotherapy services are having to adapt to manage demand.