NHS funding welcome but short of what’s needed, says CSP
Government proposals for future funding for the NHS fall short of what’s needed and lack clarity, the CSP has said.
CSP seeks answers on visa exemptions
Physiotherapy staff should be included in health professions being exempted from the government’s visa cap, the CSP has said.
CSP welcomes Scotland NHS pay rise
NHS staff in Scotland will get a three per cent pay rise this year, the Scottish Government has confirmed.
CSP responds to NHS plans to cut long hospital stays
NHS England and NHS Improvement launched plans to reduce long staying patients in hospital by a quarter to ease pressures before winter.
CSP welcomes plan to bolster community services in Wales
Major changes have been announced to transform health and social care in Wales, with a focus on strengthening community services to create less reliance on hospitals.
Unions agree to pay offer for NHS staff in England
Health unions, including the CSP, have agreed to accept a three-year pay offer for NHS staff in England following extensive consultation with members.
Workforce strategy a further boost for patients in Northern Ireland, says CSP
A key document’s focus on the role AHPs can play in transforming services in Northern Ireland has been welcomed by the CSP.
First contact practitioner funding announced in Northern Ireland
A significant investment in first contact practitioner roles in Northern Ireland is a ‘huge boost’ for patients and the NHS as a whole, says the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.
CSP demands immediate end to claw back of student loan payments
The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy has today criticised the Student Loans Company for continuing to claw back student loan overpayments.
Rehab Matters launches in Northern Ireland
Stop wasting so many of the lives you save, the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy in Northern Ireland has told the health service as it launches a new campaign to improve access to community rehabilitation services.