Impact of NICE guidance for children and young people
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has published a report exploring the impact its guidance has had on the health and care system for children and young people in England.
CSP working to address insurance issues for private practitioners
The CSP and PhysioFirst are calling on insurance giant Aviva to enable private physiotherapy practitioners to make successful claims for business interruption as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
PHE report on BAME Covid-19 deaths ‘must lead to change’, says CSP
The CSP has welcomed the publication of a previously-withheld Public Health England report into the impact of Covid-19 on Black, Asian and minority ethnic people.
CSP encourages members to take free online training in Psychological First Aid for Covid-19
Physiotherapy staff can now access free online training to help them provide psychological support to people affected by Covid-19.
11 June 2020 - CSP celebrates 100 years of its Royal Charter
On this day, exactly 100 years ago, the CSP gained its royal chartered status, so today we are encouraging members to celebrate and mark the occasion by sharing the hashtag #CSPcharter100
Physios will be exempt from points-based immigration salary threshold of £25,600
Physiotherapists coming to work in the UK will not have to meet the general salary threshold of £25,600, under the new points-based immigration system.
NHS England offers guidance on restoring community services for children and young people
NHS England and NHS Improvement have issued new guidance on restoring community health services for children and young people (CYP) during the second phase of Covid-19 response in England.
NICE recommends rehab on same day as surgery for joint replacement patients
People undergoing hip, knee or shoulder replacement surgery should receive rehabilitation on the same day, or within 24 hours after their operation.
CSP deeply concerned by inequalities in Covid-19 impact
The CSP has expressed deep concern at the findings of Public Health England’s report on Covid-19 deaths, which was published this week after ‘unjustifiable delays’.
Physios warn over dangers of ‘wild west’ online pain advice
Physiotherapists are calling on people to visit trusted sources online after a study highlighted alarming levels of misinformation in the most-watched back pain videos on YouTube.