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...
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.
National Wellbeing Hub for people working in Health and Social Care
Web link with useful information for people working in health or social services
New resources to encourage physical activity with patients
The CSP has developed a set of resources to help physio staff support patients’ physical activity and self-management during the COVID 19 pandemic.
Help for discharged patients at risk of inactivity
The CSP has produced resources for discharged patients and those who are looking after them.
CSP Scotland COVID-19 Members' Meeting Summary
On Wednesday 15th April 2020, CSP Scotland staff held a virtual meeting for members in Scotland on the impact of COVID-19 in physiotherapy.
Newsfeed: Statement from the Chief Medical Officer - Scottish Government Press Release
Dr Catherine Calderwood, the Chief Medical Officer has resigned from the Scottish Government.
COVID-19 Education & Induction Resources on Turas Learn
NHS Education for Scotland has prepared COVID-19 education and induction resources.
Guidance for NHS Scotland Staff and Managers on Coronavirus
Web link to a Director’s Letter that publicises a single national guidance document for NHS Scotland staff and managers on coronavirus.
NHS guidance across the four countries and general employment resources
Guidance on workplace or employment issues that may result during the coronavirus outbreak
Coronavirus resources: guidance by country
Guidance specifically for members working in Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, the Isle of Man or the Channel Islands.
Support worker takes award for enthusiasm as he studies to become qualified
Healthcare support worker (HCSW) and mature student Chris Milligan has won Glasgow Caledonian University’s Physiotherapy Society ‘Above and beyond’ prize.