Members urged to vote on Northern Ireland pay offer
An offer on pay for Health and Social Care Northern Ireland staff will be put to CSP members following a breakthrough in talks.
CSP backs powerful 'rehab firsts' billboard campaign
The CSP is proud to support a powerful 'rehab firsts' billboard and radio campaign, which launched this week.
New community care report is a 'wake-up call' for the government, says CSP
The health and care system in England must shift its focus away from hospital care to primary and community services if it is to be effective and sustainable, according to a new report published by the King’s Fund this week.
Senedd committee hears rehabilitation evidence from CSP
The Welsh Senedd health and care committee heard evidence from the CSP in its supporting people with chronic conditions inquiry.
New NHS workforce report highlights government’s ‘under ambitious’ increase in physio roles
The Nuffield Trust has published a new NHS workforce report that shows that NHS physiotherapist numbers have only increased by 3.3 per cent over the last ten years – despite a far greater growth in the overall number of qualified physiotherapists in the UK during this period.
Health unions call for above-inflation pay rise
The CSP, along with other health unions, have jointly published The Case for NHS Pay calling for an above-inflation pay rise in 2024-25.
Northern Ireland pay talks begin
Trade unions today met with Northern Ireland health minister Robin Swann, Department of Health officials and health employers to start negotiations on outstanding issues of pay, terms and conditions.
Strikes, sickness absence and exercise – January in the media
Physiotherapy is featuring prominently in the media in 2024.
CSP backs ban on disposal vapes and changes to sale of tobacco products
The CSP has welcomed the government’s announcement that new legislation will ban the sale and supply of disposable vapes and change the age of sale for all tobacco products in the UK - but we are continuing to call on the government to provide more funding for pulmonary rehab services.
Call out for London Marathon volunteers
Volunteer physiotherapists and physio students are needed to support more than 48,000 people who will be taking part in the UK’s largest marathon on 21 April.