‘Tis the season to get your flu jab
All frontline NHS staff in England should have a flu vaccination to help protect patients this winter, NHS leaders have announced.
Cyber security must be ‘high on everyone’s agenda’
A cyber attack may seem like a distant threat to frontline NHS staff, until an attack like WannaCry leaves them unable to run clinics, said Steve Tolan, head of practice and development at the CSP.
Job opportunities as primary care multi-disciplinary teams come to Northern Ireland
New primary care models which include first contact practitioners will begin in two trusts in Northern Ireland this autumn.
Physiotherapy works: this device proves it
A practical, interactive guide from NHS Improvement can help members to demonstrate physiotherapy's effectiveness. Making Data Count is designed to show physios and others how to make better use of the data they collect.
CSP calls for Scottish staffing bill to focus more on patient care
The CSP has argued for significant changes to Scotland’s draft Health and Care Staffing Bill, to ensure it leads to safe, effective and sustainable care for patients.
#TUC18: CSP joins calls to end the ‘hostile environment’ for immigrants
The CSP joined calls for an end to ‘hostile immigration practices’ for the restoration of full rights for those affected by the Windrush scandal and full compensation for losses suffered.
#TUC18: Time to plug the NHS funding gap is running out, warns CSP
The CSP has warned that ‘time is running out’ to plug the gap in NHS funding and highlighted the problems the shortfall was creating for NHS staff.
#TUC18: CSP calls for strengthened flexible working rights
The CSP has called on the government to introduce the right to request flexible working from the first day of employment and to promote the benefits of flexible working to employers.
#TUC18: Invest in ill health prevention, CSP urges
CSP Council chair Alex MacKenzie today called for an urgent government investment boost to public health education and ill health prevention.
Team GB is supported by physiotherapists at the World Equestrian Games
Eight physiotherapists will be part of the British Equine Federation’s largest ever support team going at the World Equestrian Games in North Carolina, USA, starting today.