Invest in rehab leadership as part of healthcare review, says CSP
The CSP has called for improvements in community rehab to be a key part of the upcoming Health and Social Care Leadership Review.
Summer 2021 members’ survey: the results are in
The results of this summer’s CSP members’ survey are in, providing a comprehensive snapshot of the engagement of members with the CSP, alongside detailed insight into the diversity of the profession.
CSP backs Social Care Can’t Wait campaign
The CSP has backed calls for funding to help millions of older people, people with disabilities and carers who are desperate for better care.
CSP renews animation to highlight deconditioning on Older People’s Day
The CSP is using Older People’s Day 2021 on Friday (1October) to promote the importance of the physiotherapy profession in improving the lives of older people, particularly in preventing deconditioning in the age of Covid-19.
Updated version of CSP Covid-19 standards for palliative rehabilitation and end of life care
The Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Oncology and Palliative Care (ACPOPC) has welcomed updated Covid-19 rehabilitation standards for people nearing the end of their life.
CSP demands action after study shows waiting lists longest in deprived areas
The CSP has joined calls for urgent action on waiting lists after new research showed that people living in the most deprived areas in England are nearly twice as likely to experience a wait of over one year for hospital care than those in the most affluent.
Anti-racism at work – a collective struggle
Read about how the CSP’s trade union reps have been tackling racism at work.
KNOWBEST research project on future of physio pre-registration curriculum launches
The KNOWBEST research project, which is being conducted by a team at the University of Hertfordshire for the CSP to understand and map the essential knowledge, skills and attributes now required of physiotherapy graduates, has launched – and they are calling all physios, students, service users and stakeholders to get involved.
3% NHS pay award undervalues us, say CSP members in England and Wales
Over the summer CSP members working in the NHS in England and Wales were asked what they thought of the three per cent pay award. The overwhelming verdict is that three per cent is not good enough.
CSP in 'right to rehab' call for ICU patients
The CSP has joined partners in calling for the government to fund community rehabilitation for all ICU patients who need it at the launch of the 'Rehab Is Critical' campaign.