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CSP responds to government evidence to NHS pay review body
It is deeply disappointing that at a time when CSP members, alongside all health staff, are going above and beyond in dealing with a pandemic that the government is only proposing a one per cent pay increase in its evidence.
Talk about strength with your patients, CSP urges
People living with long-term conditions have low awareness of the benefits of strengthening and fear it may make their symptoms worse, but they do recognise the role physiotherapy staff have in increasing participation, a new report from the CSP reveals.
CSP amends bye-laws to remove need for 12 supporters for Council nominees
The CSP’s Privy Council has approved amendments to the society’s bye-laws, to make it easier for members to stand for a position on CSP Council.
CSP and Physio First to fight Aviva's rejection of business interruption claims
Insurance company Aviva has rejected evidence presented by James Hallam Insurance Brokers supporting Covid-19-related business interruption insurance claims from CSP and Physio First members.
Out now – the new Frontline
The March issue of Frontline is now available.
CSP calls for talks on NHS pay in Scotland
The Scottish government has announced it would be making an interim pay award of one per cent for agenda for change staff, backdated to 1 December 2020.
CSP membership rule change to add in students working in any unregulated health or care role
CSP Council has agreed the addition of students working as healthcare assistants outside physiotherapy as potential Associate student members.
CSP slows development of EDI strategy to enable more collaboration
CSP is delaying the launch of its EDI strategy and slowing its development, in response to feedback from recent meetings with the equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) member reference group.
CSP joins forces with 20 healthcare organisations to demand inadequate PPE measures be tackled
In a joint letter, signed by the CSP, a coalition of prominent health bodies has urged the government to act on the evidence around the need for better ventilation and higher-grade PPE.