Report calls for better FCP support
A new report examining the roll-out of a scheme to integrate a wider range of professions including physiotherapists into primary care networks has been published.
CSP president calls on government to ensure access to community rehabilitation
The president of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy has again called on the UK government to ensure that rehabilitation services are not forgotten in new legislation currently going through parliament.
NHS England to offer enhanced access to GP practices, including evenings and Saturday openings
Primary care networks in England need to prepare now so they are ready to offer patients a new ‘enhanced access’ model of care, which will see GP practices open from 9am-5pm on Saturdays from October 2022.
A welcome start for our new equity, diversity and belonging committee
The CSP’s new equity, diversity and belonging committee held their inaugural meeting this week, to discuss their future work and the support they will be providing to CSP Council.
#BestMSKHealth seeks community physio sites to pilot weight management programme
A pilot project is looking for community physiotherapy sites across England to help trial a new digital weight management programme for people with osteoarthritis and knee and hip problems.
CSP calls for greater clarity over community rehabilitation requirements for Integrated Care Systems
With the Health and Care Bill currently making its way through the House of Lords the Community Rehabilitation Alliance (CRA) – of which the CSP is a leading member – has today written to the Health Minister Lord Kamall to call for greater clarity over the community rehabilitation requirements for Integrated Care Systems.
CSP expresses solidarity with Ukrainian physios
Chair of the CSP's Council, Alex MacKenzie, has expressed solidarity with Ukrainian physios.
CSP responds to government evidence to NHS pay review body
The government risks worsening the NHS staffing crisis with its claim to the independent Pay Review Body (PRB) that an NHS pay award of only two to three per cent is all that can be afforded for 2022-23
CSP warns over lifting Covid testing regime and isolation rules in England
Proposals to end free Covid testing for all health and social care professionals have been described by the CSP as ‘reckless.’
CSP Diversity Networks gain new constitution
Following a review of all CSP networks, in December last year, CSP Council has agreed to a new model constitution for the CSP Diversity Networks.