Funding for physiotherapy training in Wales to rise to a new ‘record level’
The CSP has welcomed a planned increase in funding for training places for physiotherapists and other healthcare professionals in Wales.
Promoting training for CSP safety reps
New CSP safety reps will have the chance to receive a TUC-accredited certificate, following its launch at an induction course last week.
NICE consultation on arthroplasty: CSP seeks clarity on a technicality which may affect best use of the workforce
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) is consulting on proposed new guidelines for care following primary joint replacement of the hip, knee and shoulder.
CSP disappointment as pay gap remains between Northern Ireland and rest of the UK
The CSP and other health unions have expressed ‘deep disappointment’ at the pay position outlined today by Northern Ireland’s department of health.
Revised code of professional values and behaviours is issued for physiotherapy staff
The CSP has revised and updated its code of professional values and behaviours for members.
Physio19: Celebrating and planning for success
A successful Physiotherapy UK 2019 ended with a joint commitment from more than 1,000 delegates to ‘plan for success’.
CSP announces 2019 award winners
Ten people were honoured with CSP fellowships and distinguished service awards this year, and their accolades were presented on the opening night of Physiotherapy UK 2019.
Provide better local support for stroke survivors across the UK, says CSP
The CSP is calling for more funding for community rehab services for stroke survivors, after a new report highlighted wide regional variations in available support.
Coming soon – the new Frontline
November’s Frontline will be with you in the next few days.
Put systems in place to improve end of life care, says NICE
Physiotherapists, and other healthcare practitioners, should be able to use tools that help them identify people who are nearing the end of their life.