Work resumes on updating lists of controlled drugs that physios can prescribe
The CSP is continuing its work with NHS England regarding the controlled drugs that physiotherapist independent prescribers may prescribe.
Keeping updated about COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
Public Health England (PHE) is regularly updating and adding to the guidance and resources in relation to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) that it is providing for health care professionals.
New apprentice scheme to boost health sector workforce in Wales
A new level-4 apprenticeship for Wales, which the CSP has helped to develop, is set to become available later this year.
Right To Rehab Day of Action secures support from MPs
MPs are backing the CSP’s call to improve ongoing care outside of hospital for people with long-term conditions.
CSP joins NI unions in accepting pay parity
The CSP, along with other health trade unions in Northern Ireland, has today accepted the pay offer proposed by the Northern Ireland Executive in January.
March Frontline out soon
Look out for the March issue of Frontline, which will be out early next week.
CSP members show some love for their union
CSP members across the UK showed some love for the CSP and promoted the benefits of being in a trade union during the TUC’s Heart Unions week (10-14 February)
CSP makes case against planned university funding cuts in England
The CSP has responded to a proposal by the Office for Students to cut funding to universities providing pre-registration clinical training for physiotherapists and other student clinicians by an anticipated six per cent.
Wanted: physios to contribute to campaign development
The CSP is working on a publicity campaign encouraging people with long-term health conditions to do strengthening and balancing exercises more regularly, and we’d like your help.
Have your say about patient transport to and from NHS services in England
NHS England is seeking evidence from physiotherapy staff about non-urgent patient transport services (NEPTS).