Physiotherapy staff in Northern Ireland vote yes to strike action
CSP members working for Health and Social Care Northern Ireland (HSCNI) have voted to take strike action in their first ever ballot on pay and retention issues.
‘Invest in our public sector and protect staff from burnout,’ CSP demands at TUC Congress 2023
Five CSP delegates joined hundreds of trade unionists at the leading trade union conference at the 155th annual TUC Congress, held in Liverpool, 10-13 September.
NHSE commissions CSP to develop introductory health informatics learning resources
The CSP has been commissioned by NHS England’s Digital Academy for Health and Care to develop an online, interactive learning resource which introduces allied health professionals (AHPs) across the UK to health informatics, and how technology can support their work.
Last chance to vote in Northern Ireland
Time is running out to have your say in our ballot on NHS pay in Northern Ireland.
Being clear about physio staffing in the private sector
The CSP is conducting an insight project on the physiotherapy workforce needs in the independent sector.
Right to rehab in Scottish law is demanded
The Right to Rehab Coalition has launched a campaign to secure the right to rehab in the Scottish Government’s forthcoming Human Rights Bill.
Report shows government is 'shunting problems' onto community services, says CSP
A report outlining how government decisions to alleviate pressure on acute hospitals may be 'shunting problems onto community services' shows that warnings made by the CSP earlier this year are now being realised.
Changes to medical reporting requirements for whiplash claims
The CSP wants members' views to support its response to a government consultation seeking to make revisions to the medical reporting process for road traffic accident (whiplash) claims.
Physios in Northern Ireland to vote on strike action
The CSP has today opened a ballot for physiotherapy staff working for Health and Social Care Northern Ireland (HSCNI) to vote on industrial action over pay.
Government must tackle root causes to prevent NHS winter crisis, says CSP
NHS England has vowed to provide an extra 5,000 beds this winter, in a pre-emptive bid to provide increased capacity and relieve pressure on services – but CSP warns that root causes, such as staff shortages, must be addressed.