CSP gives evidence on physiotherapy in primary care to Scottish parliament
The CSP joined fellow allied health professions (AHPs) in giving oral evidence to the health committee of the Scottish Parliament on 24 September.
CSP welcomes proposals to reform NHS commissioning in England
The CSP has welcomed proposals for legal reforms to limit the scope of the market in commissioning NHS services in England.
CSP launches exciting strengthening initiative using National Lottery Funding
The CSP has announced an innovative project with Sport England and the Centre for Ageing Better to find the best ways to promote the benefits of maintaining and improving muscle strength for people visiting their physiotherapist.
NHS Digital launches staff campaign to boost cyber security in the workplace
NHS staff are being given support and advice to improve cyber security across the health system.
Coming soon – the new Frontline
The October issue of Frontline is out soon.
Updated advice for medicines supply post-Brexit
The government has reiterated its messages around post-Brexit medicine supply.
CSP urges physios to apply for NICE fellowship and scholarship programme
The CSP is encouraging physiotherapists to put themselves forward as candidates for the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence’s (NICE) annual fellows and scholars programme.
#TUC2019: CSP calls for action over rising attacks on trade unionists in Colombia
The CSP has called for action over a surge in attacks against trade unionists in Colombia.
#TUC2019: Strengthen laws on workplace sexual harassment, says CSP
The CSP has called for a new, easily enforceable legal duty, requiring employers to take all reasonable steps to protect workers from sexual harassment and victimisation.
Even short sessions of activity can have health benefits, government advises
Taking part in any physical activity is better than doing none at all – and even short bouts of exercise can be beneficial.