New CSP Covid-19 rehabilitation standards launched
A third set of standards, this time covering community rehabilitation and physiotherapy care for adults with Covid-19, has been launched.
Covid contact tracing apps now available UK-wide
The NHS Covid-19 contact tracing app for England and Wales has launched today (24 September).
CSP member becomes new co-chair of Cochrane
Tracey Howe, professor of rehabilitation sciences at Glasgow Caledonian University, has taken on the role of co-chair of the governing board of Cochrane, the global organisation that produces evidence to inform decision making in the health sector.
Pain self-management programme wins prestigious national award
A self-management rehabilitation programme for osteoarthritis has been awarded the ‘MSK Care Initiative of the Year’ at the Health Service Journal Value Awards 2020.
Keep visiting our website for up-to-date guidance about PPE
Following much discussion with Public Health England about the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) in different environments, we can now advise that the use of eye protection in the medium risk pathway can be risk assessed.
CSP Scotland urges health boards to remobilise physiotherapy
CSP Scotland writes to Scottish regional health boards
CSP welcomes physio students onto new project-based placements
Four physiotherapy students have started a month-long placement at the CSP, as the society urges other organisations to offer similar opportunities.
Covid insurance test case yields positive result
A test case brought by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), which has ruled that some insurers should have paid out against business interruption policies during the lockdown, could provide encouraging news for private physio practices.
TUC congress: Physiotherapy profession calls for immediate action to tackle racism
Britain has a deep rooted problem with racism and most black people have a story relating to discrimination, physiotherapist Natalie Opoku told the Trade Union Congress today.
TUC congress: Give NHS staff a fair and decent pay rise now – to ensure future capacity, says CSP
In the wake of Covid-19, the CSP has called for NHS staff to receive a meaningful and immediate pay rise that will help safeguard the future of the workforce.