Coronavirus: new guidance and regular updates for all CSP members

CSP is enhancing its Covid-19 guidance by providing members with relevant coronavirus updates on a daily basis - via email, social media and continually reviewed information on the CSP website.



From today all members will have the option of receiving a regular email update, outlining the latest news, healthcare service developments and answers to frequently asked questions, which the society has been compiling and publishing online since the crisis began.

The new email updates will showcase daily additions to our coronavirus resource page and are being introduced  to ease pressure on the CSP’s enquires team, which is currently dealing with an unprecedented volume of calls and responding to thousands of members questions and concerns.

As a result, CSP is providing answers to many of the key questions that members are seeking guidance about on our Coronavirus resource page.

Any updated answers or new information that is added  will be highlighted to members via regular email updates, which they can opt out  if they choose not to receive them.

Continually updated information – for all members


The Covid-19 FAQ pages are being updated on a daily basis with up-to-date information that is specifically designed for physiotherapy staff - working in both the NHS and private practice – as well as physiotherapy students, support workers and retired members.

They provide answers to a range of topics, including issues relating to:

Check your inbox

Remember to check your email inbox for regular updates or visit the Covid-19 FAQ pages to access our member-specific professional guidance.

These resources are a great way to stay informed about new developments and find out how changing government policies may impact on your daily work and clinical practice.

Physiotherapy news

During the current crisis, the new coronavirus email updates will replace the Physiotherapy News emails, which members previously received on a weekly basis.

Read our coronavirus FAQs

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