Scottish rheumatology services are understaffed, say nine in 10 NHS staff
More than 90 per cent of Scottish health professionals working in rheumatology units believe their service is understaffed, an investigation has found.
Register for CSP Wales conference 2016
This year's conference takes place on Tuesday 28 June at the SWALEC Stadium in Cardiff.
Fellowships help physios gain advanced practitioner skills
Band 6 physios in east Staffordshire are gaining valuable experience of band 7 roles, thanks to an innovative fellowship scheme.
NHS wellbeing scheme 'a win for patients as well as staff', says CSP
The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy has welcomed a move by NHS England to give staff better access to MSK physiotherapy services.
Research body awards £267,000 for stroke rehab study on standing frames
A physiotherapist has been awarded more than £260,000 to find out if standing frames can be used to help people recover from a severe stroke.
Physios should ask people if their homes are cold, says NICE
Physiotherapists could help to prevent winter deaths and illnesses, simply by asking vulnerable people if they live in a cold home.
Codi a Mynd: CSP falls prevention booklet gets Welsh translation
Public Health Wales (PHW) has paid £5,000 towards a print run of 23,000 bilingual versions of a falls prevention booklet.
Physio plans charity to help colleagues work in disaster areas
A physiotherapist is setting up a new charity designed to support physios wanting to use their skills in disaster and conflict zones.
NHS England must reduce variations in neuro services, says government
People with neurological conditions, such as Parkinson’s, motor neurone disease and epilepsy, are not receiving consistent services.
Scottish university launches first doctorate of physiotherapy course in the UK
Physiotherapists in Scotland have developed the UK’s first doctorate of physiotherapy course.