Answering your questions on the roll out of the hospital discharge model
A guide for CSP members on implementing the discharge to assess service (D2A) has been published.
CSP supports online memorial for healthcare staff who have died during the pandemic
The CSP is encouraging members to join a virtual ceremony to remember all of the healthcare workers who have tragically died due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
World Physical Therapy Day: championing physiotherapy via the media
Since the emergence of Covid-19 in the UK, media interest in physiotherapy has sharply increased. This has enabled the CSP to raise the profile of the profession with the general public and stakeholders, and to publicise key strategic issues.
Physiotherapy profession calls for Covid-19 testing for healthcare staff
The CSP has joined a call for regular asymptomatic Covid-19 testing for healthcare professionals.
CSP calls for caution as government plans new public health system
The CSP has joined forces with over 80 other health organisations to voice serious concerns about the government’s plans to reorganise the public health system.
BAME network invited to co-opt to CSP Council seat
A co-opted seat on CSP Council is to be offered to a member of the Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) network, following discussions between the diversity network convenors and the council chair.
Discharge to assess service developments
The CSP is encouraging members to take note of new guidance from the Department of Health on discharge to assess service (D2A).
CSP supports plans for new East Midlands NHS rehab centre
The CSP has expressed its support for Nottingham and Nottinghamshire CCG’s proposal to create an NHS Rehabilitation Centre (NHSRC) near Loughborough, and will work to support impacted members through the consultation and engagement process.
New Frontline on its way
Look out for your September Frontline, which will be landing on doorsteps next week.
Nominations now open for the Scottish Health Awards 2020
In a year when staff across health and social care have been rising to the many challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic, there’s never been a better time to recognise and reward them for what they have been doing day-in and day-out.