CSP conference in Wales highlights value of physiotherapy
CSP members from across Wales descended on Cardiff this week for the CSP’s annual conference.
Physio students kick off CSP annual conference 2023
Physiotherapy students across the UK gathered for the CSP student conference, the first in a series of five hybrid CSP conference events taking place this year.
Scotland’s winter resilience plan is 'impossible to deliver' without a larger workforce, says CSP
CSP has responded to the Scottish Government's winter resilience plan for the NHS, stating it will not be possible to deliver without a stronger workforce - which includes more physiotherapists.
NICE updates guideline on stroke rehabilitation in adults
National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has updated guidance recommending increased rehabilitation for those who have had a stroke.
CSP chair’s statement on Gaza and Israel
A statement from Ishmael Beckford, chair of CSP Council.
SNP conference hears that ‘Scotland needs more physios’
CSP promotes physiotherapy workforce needs and the right to rehab at the Scottish National Party (SNP) annual conference in Aberdeen.
CSP responds to consultation on the future of occupational health services
The CSP has made its voice heard in the government's Occupational Health: Working Better consultation, offering key insights to help enhance the role of physiotherapy within occupational health services.
Northern Ireland trust CEOs demand action on pay
The chief executives of Northern Ireland’s six health and care trusts have appealed to the UK government for improved pay for Health and Social Care staff.
Sussex physio team slashes waiting list with one day events
Amanda Pritchard, chief executive of NHS England, has commended a team of physios in Sussex for their innovative and community-based solution to help patients get the treatment they need more quickly.
CSP confirms appointment of John Cowman as next chief executive
CSP is delighted to announce that John Cowman has been appointed as our new chief executive and will take up the role in January next year.