Physiotherapy training places in Northern Ireland to be cut by almost 10%
The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy in Northern Ireland has expressed its deep concern at the decision by the Department of Health Social Services and Public Safety to cut the number of physiotherapy training places at Ulster University by almost 10% in 2016/17.
Cutting physiotherapy services a false economy, says CSP
Proposals by CCGs covering Birmingham, Solihull and the Black Country to restrict access to physiotherapy could drive up costs for the NHS, the CSP has warned.
New rehabilitation guidance offers major opportunity, says CSP
New NHS guidance for rehabilitation is a chance to ‘give people back their lives’, according to the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.
Physios can help give GPs five extra minutes with patients, says CSP
GPs could spend on average five extra minutes with patients if they made physiotherapy available at their surgery, according to new figures from the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.
Government denies fair pay for NHS staff, says CSP
'A 1 percent rise won’t give physiotherapists and other NHS staff much cause for celebration'.
NHS wellbeing scheme 'a win for patients as well as staff', says CSP
The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy has welcomed a move by NHS England to give staff better access to MSK physiotherapy services.
AHP prescribing extension praised by CSP
The CSP has welcomed an announcement that other AHP groups have been granted prescribing powers.
CSP responds to NHS staff survey
Investing in staff health and wellbeing is essential to delivering high quality patient care, says the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.
'Devil in the detail' of government priorities, says CSP
Department of Health priorities set out in a new report can only be achieved through innovation and investment, the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy has warned.
Physiotherapists are pivotal to the future delivery of health and social care
The views of the whole health and social care workforce must be considered when planning for the future, the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy in Northern Ireland has said ahead of the political health summit due to take place in Belfast on 17 February.