CSP calls for realistic physio staffing levels to manage winter demands
The CSP says that an increase in physio staffing numbers is required to reduce the pressures on acute and emergency care by preventing admissions and delays in discharge.
Pay offer rejection by members in Scotland results in ballot on industrial action
CSP members working in the Scottish NHS have overwhelmingly rejected the Scottish government’s 5 per cent pay offer.
Members in England and Wales advised to reject pay award
In the week that the CSP opened its member consultation on NHS pay, we are asking all members to vote now and give us their views.
Call for interest opens for London Marathon 2022 physio volunteers
Registration has opened for volunteers for the physiotherapy team for the London Marathon on 2 October.
‘Thank you to everyone involved in my rehab,’ says England’s winning goal scorer
England player Chloe Kelly has given thanks for the rehab she received following an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury last year, which enabled her to recover, take part in the Euro 2022 Championships and help ‘bring football home’.
CSP recommends members in England and Wales reject pay award
The CSP will recommend members in England and Wales reject NHS pay award in an online consultation that will be launched next month.
350 CSP members to get the 2022 Commonwealth Games moving
Physiotherapists will play a significant part in the successful delivery of the Commonwealth Games with medical service volunteers treating both athletes and spectators.
New health and social care committee expert panel report ‘shameful indictment’ of government – CSP
The independent report has rated the government’s overall progress ‘inadequate’ on key workforce requirements.
Physio workforce will be key to first women’s health strategy for England
Physiotherapy staff will have a key role to play in implementing the aims of the first women’s health strategy for England, says CSP.
England NHS pay award gets short shrift from CSP
A pay award for NHS staff in England has been declared ‘nowhere near enough’ by the CSP.