CSP welcomes social enterprise pay announcement
NHS staff working for social enterprises in England will get the same three-year pay deal, the government has announced.
Northern Ireland loses chance to host major international sporting event
Belfast has lost its right to host the 2021 Commonwealth Youth Games due to the political hiatus in the region.
Yorkshire therapy lead wins award for hospice innovations
Rehabilitation therapy team leader Rachael Sharples accepted the outstanding contribution to Sue Ryder award at this year’s Yorkshire Women of Achievement Awards.
NHS Digital announces programme to integrate private and health service data
Data on privately-funded hospital care will be integrated into NHS systems and standards for the first time, NHS Digital has announced.
Respiratory physio and transformation lead scoop top allied health professional awards
Two physiotherapists received recognition at this year’s Chief Allied Health Professions (AHP) Officer Awards, which took place in London on 20 June.
Aintree physios’ study shows support for ventilation patients can be crucial
A study by physiotherapists shows that how well a patient initially adapts to using non-invasive ventilation can have a significant impact on their continued use of this technology.
Include people with dementia in decision-making about their care, says NICE
Physiotherapists, and other health professionals, should actively involve people with dementia in decisions about their care and offer them a range of activities to promote their wellbeing.
Parliament hears why rehab matters, as health minister endorses CSP film and campaign
Politicians learnt about the importance of rehabilitation and heard praise for the CSP’s Rehab Matters campaign during a debate held in the House of Commons on 20 June.
Somerset physios set up private community rehab service to bridge gap for patients on NHS waiting lists
Physiotherapists in Somerset have set up a community rehab service that aims to provide interim treatment to fee-paying patients who are waiting for NHS care.
Allied health professionals are key to sustainable general practice, King’s Fund hears
NHS leaders at a King’s Fund event agreed that general practice required teams of healthcare professionals working collaboratively to meet the significant challenges faced by the sector and deliver cost-effective high-quality care in the future.