The latest news and frontline articles about support workers, their roles, working lives and contribution to physiotherapy.
Support workers in the news
Data for impact
Professional adviser Claire Fordham shares examples of support worker development initiatives that members presented at vPUK 2020
2020 How was it for us?
We take a look back at the past 12 months and celebrate some of our profession's achievements
Supporting each other through the pandemic
The CSP is its members and the pandemic has certainly highlighted how we’ve all come together as one
The CSP workplace team and Covid-19
CSP’s workplace teams have proved crucial in supporting members during the pandemic
Covid: The changing world of Physio
The CSP has adapted during 2020 to support its members on the health service frontline...
How students can learn from support workers
Understanding the capability and scope of practice of support workers is vitally important when working on placement and as a qualified physio.
Taking the opportunity to do a non-clinical placement
Grace Ogunlola and Angie Hulst, final year physiotherapy students at the University of Brighton undertook a new type of six-week leadership placement at Sussex Community NHS Trust.
Take part in research exploring how exercise interventions are provided by support staff
CSP-commissioned researchers at the University of the West of England (UWE) Bristol have started gathering evidence for a project exploring the role of exercise professionals in the support workforce, and are calling on CSP members to take part in a survey.
Growing and developing the support workforce
Exploring the CSP resources and support that are available to help the support workforce fulfil its potential
Carers accountabilities and responsibilities
I’ve been asked to train my patient’s carer* to provide physio interventions. Am I accountable if they do something wrong?