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Northern Ireland pay gap with rest of UK must be closed says CSP
The CSP has joined Northern Ireland's health unions in writing to political leaders about the ongoing pay dispute for workers across health and social care sectors.
CSP stewards celebrate 100 years of the International Labour Organization
CSP regional stewards celebrated the work, history and impact of the International Labour Organization (ILO) today, to mark 100 years of the organisation.
European parliamentary elections – use your vote
Elections take place on Thursday 23 May across all parts of the UK. The CSP is non-party political so we do not endorse any party or candidates. But we do provide information to our members on elections and their implications for physiotherapy.
Regulatory body publishes evidence-based guidance on early mobilisation for stroke patients
New recommendations for early mobilisation for people with acute stroke have been made by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) due to new evidence being available.
First contact physiotherapy leads to encouraging outcomes in England
Early results from a national evaluation assessing the effectiveness of first contact physiotherapy (FCP) show ‘overwhelmingly positive’ patient experiences.
Pelvic Roar campaign raises awareness of diastasis rectus abdominis
Pelvic health physios will be raising awareness of the condition of diastasis rectus abdominis (DRA), during a social media campaign that runs from 13-17 May.
NICE seeks two physios to join new osteoarthritis guideline committee
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) needs physiotherapists to help develop a new clinical guideline on the care and management of osteoarthritis.
New public health strategy urges AHPs to raise their profile
Over the next five years, physiotherapists and other AHPs (Allied Health Professionals) need to develop their skills, demonstrate their impact and raise their profile as public health experts.
University physio lands landmark fellowship for Parkinson’s research
A physiotherapy lecturer has been awarded a fully-funded PhD fellowship from the Scottish Government’s Chief Scientist Office (CSO) and Parkinson’s UK, to further her work on exercise provision for people living with the condition.