Help us develop case studies - reasonable adjustments in the workplace
Working with the support of the DisAbility diversity network, the CSP is producing a new resource to support members and reps when requesting reasonable adjustments at work using the Equality Act framework.
CSP joins campaign to save hydrotherapy pool
The CSP and the National Axial Spondyloarthritis Society (NASS) have joined forces in a campaign to save the hydrotherapy pool at Royal Berkshire Hospital which is under threat of permanent closure at the end of June.
CSP backs calls for waiting list support package
The CSP has backed calls for greater support for those waiting for joint replacement surgery.
Launch of equity, diversity and belonging strategy consultation
The CSP is launching a consultation on its draft equity, diversity and belonging strategy.
CSP rejects criticism of physios
The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy has today challenged assertions by the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) that physios are being used as substitute nurses.
Shock and sadness over Muslim physio and family killed in racist attack
The CSP expressed shock and sadness at the racist killing of physiotherapist Syed Salman Afzaal and family members in Ontario, Canada, on Monday.
Workforce burnout - MPs back CSP’s views
The CSP welcomes today’s publication of recommendations to the government on tackling burnout and resilience issues of NHS staff in England.
CSP launches two new first contact physiotherapy resources
Physiotherapists, GPs and anyone with an interest in this area can now access two new First Contact Physiotherapy (FCP) resources, offering guidance and advice to help you set-up your own successful FCP service and peer network.
HEE roadmap deadline removed
Health Education England (HEE) is reviewing the deadline for completing the roadmap to first contact practitioner (FCP) and advanced practice in primary care.
9% fee hike to annual HCPC registration fee increase ‘hugely disappointing’
CSP members face a nine per cent hike in registration fees from the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), an increase the CSP has branded ‘hugely disappointing’.