CSP Scotland office
The CSP office in Scotland was established in 1999 in response to Scottish devolution, when responsibility for devolved matters was passed to the...
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.
Progress for healthcare support workers in Scotland
We hope you read the inspirational career development stories of some of our Associate members in this month’s edition of Frontline.
CSP stands up for rehab space and equality at Scottish trade union congress
The CSP's priorities were brought to the Scottish TUC congress in Aberdeen where delegates from across the trade union movement gathered this week.
Once for Scotland – the way forward for rehabilitation
The Scottish government is set to promote a Scotland-wide approach to remodelling community rehabilitation.
New support worker representation group member’s passion for education
Beverly Harrison has spoken of her vision for the support worker profession as she takes up a new role on the CSP’s Associate member support worker representation group (SWRG).
CSP and NHS Education for Scotland provide webinar on the future of practice based learning
CSP members are being invited to join a webinar hosted by the CSP and NHS Education for Scotland (NES), who are coming to together to highlight the significant workforce challenges our profession is facing in Scotland - and how physiotherapists can work to address them.
Free online ME/chronic fatigue syndrome training for health professionals
The Scottish Government is offering free online support and CPD training that aims to improve knowledge relating to the diagnosis and management of myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME)/chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS).
CSP says winter funding must support rehabilitation
CSP welcomes package of investment for Scottish health and social care to increase winter capacity, but has emphasised the need to ensure that funding supports community rehabilitation.
Scottish government programme includes commitments on allied health professionals workforce planning and a right to rehab
The Scottish government publishes an extensive programme for the coming year with commitments to begin work to establish a right to rehabilitation and to review allied health professionals (AHP) education and workforce planning.
CSP responds to new women’s health plan for Scotland
The Scottish government has published the Women’s Health Plan (2021-24), which includes principles and priorities for women’s healthcare in Scotland.
Member meetings focus on Community Rehab
CSP hosts programme of meetings with members in health board settings to promote community rehabilitation