Jeremy Hunt letter kickstarts NHS pay process in England
Health secretary Jeremy Hunt has written to the NHS pay review body to signal the start of talks with unions in England, including the CSP.
Government announces physiotherapists to issue fit notes
Physiotherapists will be able to sign fit notes, the government has announced as it unveiled new plans to help more people back into work.
Hunt comments on NHS pay are ‘unhelpful’, says CSP
The CSP has joined health unions in expressing concern over comments by the health secretary, Jeremy Hunt, about ongoing pay negotiations.
Budget funding falls short and pay rise needed by all, says CSP
The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy has expressed disappointment at the Budget unveiled by the chancellor, Philip Hammond.
Campaign calls for end to tragedy of wasted lives
Stop wasting so many of the lives you save, the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy has told the NHS as it launches a new campaign to improve access to community rehabilitation services.
Too many people letting muscle waste as they age, physiotherapists warn
Get strong to live long, physiotherapists are urging older people after new polling suggested millions might not even be carrying their shopping each week.
"Government to lift the public sector pay cap"
CSP responds to The Sun article which suggests the government will lift the public sector pay cap
Return to work scheme welcomed by CSP
A new scheme to help physiotherapists and other AHPs return to work is important but needs to be part of a wider drive to give the NHS the workforce it needs, the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy said today.
Health unions call for the government to act on public sector pay
Seventeen unions representing employees across the NHS, including the CSP, have today expressed anger and deep disappointment at the government's failure to deal with the ongoing public sector pay crisis.
Pay gap between health staff in Northern Ireland and rest of UK unacceptable, says CSP
The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy in Northern Ireland has put forward a motion at the Irish Congress of Trade Unions conference in Belfast today, calling on the NI Executive to address the difference in pay that currently exists between health service workers in Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK.