Updated advice for medicines supply post-Brexit
The government has reiterated its messages around post-Brexit medicine supply.
CSP urges physios to apply for NICE fellowship and scholarship programme
The CSP is encouraging physiotherapists to put themselves forward as candidates for the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence’s (NICE) annual fellows and scholars programme.
#TUC2019: CSP calls for action over rising attacks on trade unionists in Colombia
The CSP has called for action over a surge in attacks against trade unionists in Colombia.
#TUC2019: Strengthen laws on workplace sexual harassment, says CSP
The CSP has called for a new, easily enforceable legal duty, requiring employers to take all reasonable steps to protect workers from sexual harassment and victimisation.
Even short sessions of activity can have health benefits, government advises
Taking part in any physical activity is better than doing none at all – and even short bouts of exercise can be beneficial.
#TUC2019: Flexible working is a win win for workers and employers, says CSP
The CSP has called on unions to unite in campaigning for employers to do more to extend flexible working and to boost efforts to demonstrate the benefits to employers too.
Physios must be on team that supports women pregnant with twins or triplets
Pregnant women who are expecting twins or triplets should receive support from a multidisciplinary team that includes a clinical specialist physiotherapist.
#TUC2019: CSP calls for urgent NHS funding boost
The CSP has urged unions to step up campaigning for an urgent funding boost to the NHS and social care services.
CSP backs campaign to help people with long term conditions love activity
The CSP has welcomed a new national campaign that is encouraging people with long-term conditions to be more active.
Standards of proficiency for independent physiotherapy prescribers are updated
Standards of proficiency for physiotherapy independent prescribers have been updated by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).