East Kent trust rolls-out ‘I can’ scheme to help mobilise and empower patients
A physiotherapist has introduced a simple but effective scheme to help patients get up, get moving and regain their independence.
Opportunity for physiotherapists to volunteer with St John Ambulance
St John Ambulance in England will open up specific volunteering posts to physiotherapists who can assess, diagnose and treat minor injuries.
‘Don’t forget the fundamentals’, CSP advises, as £250 million pledged for AI healthcare
The CSP has welcomed a government announcement that £250 million will be provided to the NHS, to develop pioneering new treatments, artificial intelligence and health research.
NHS offers fast track package for innovations
Have you developed an innovation that is already helping patients, reducing costs and improving care – but could make a bigger impact on a national scale?
New CSP briefing shows physiotherapy and a community approach reduce falls
Physiotherapy should be provided, with other interventions such as community exercise groups, to all older people who have fallen or are at risk of falls.
Take part in World Physical Therapy Day 2019
This year’s World Physical Therapy Day focuses on chronic pain and the role of physiotherapy and physical activity in helping people to manage their pain.
Give your feedback to consultation on preventing ill health
The government wants to hear your views about its plans to help people live healthier, happier and longer lives.
Coming soon – the new Frontline
The August issue of Frontline will be with you later this week.
New guide to improving local strength and balance programmes
The CSP has contributed to new guidance that aims to improve the quality of strength and balance exercise programmes for people in the community.
New guide spells out how physiotherapists can support the development of AHP leadership
Do you feel heard and represented at board level? Who is your chief allied health professional (AHP) within the organisation your work for? Do you have one?