CSP Northern Ireland Board
The Northern Ireland Board is made up of members, and serves the needs of the CSP membership in the country.
Striking CSP members in Northern Ireland make their voices heard
CSP members working for Health and Social Care Northern Ireland (HSCNI) turned out in big numbers today for their first ever strike over pay.
CSP members strike over pay in Northern Ireland
CSP members working for Health and Social Care Northern Ireland (HSCNI) will today take part in their first ever strike over pay.
Physiotherapy staff in Northern Ireland vote yes to strike action
CSP members working for Health and Social Care Northern Ireland (HSCNI) have voted to take strike action in their first ever ballot on pay and retention issues.
Last chance to vote in Northern Ireland
Time is running out to have your say in our ballot on NHS pay in Northern Ireland.
Physios in Northern Ireland to vote on strike action
The CSP has today opened a ballot for physiotherapy staff working for Health and Social Care Northern Ireland (HSCNI) to vote on industrial action over pay.
CSP members in Northern Ireland to move to industrial action ballot
CSP members in Northern Ireland have voted overwhelmingly to move to an industrial action ballot following a consultative survey. This ballot is the necessary next step to potentially allow members to take legal strike action.
Northern Ireland pay: members urged to vote now
Physiotherapy staff in Northern Ireland are being consulted to see what the CSP’s next steps should be on pay.
First year in a physiotherapy post
James Hoy is a band 5 physio on a NHS rotation scheme at Ulster Hospital, Dundonald, South Eastern Trust, Northern Ireland.
Northern Ireland must not be left behind on pay say health service physio staff
CSP members in Health and Social Care Northern Ireland who took part in a recent pay consultation have voted emphatically to say they are prepared to take industrial action.
Support worker engagement events held in Northern Ireland
CSP professional advisers Claire Fordham and Jean Byrne together with Northern Ireland policy and public affairs officer Tom Sullivan recently toured the country's five NHS trusts to speak with physiotherapy support workers.