Coronavirus guidance for health care workers
Public Health England (PHE) has published new information about coronavirus for health care professionals, to help them advise the public and take action if needed.
New GP contract in England pledges fully-funded FCP roles
NHS England, NHS Improvement and the British Medical Association have agreed and jointly published an update to the GP contract.
Physios named as NICE ambassadors
CSP professional adviser Pip White has been appointed a NICE fellow for 2020-23, and CSP member Susie Turner has received a one year NICE scholarship.
Portsmouth members show Heart for their union
Members at Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust joined in an event promoting the CSP and union membership organised by the local CSP reps and their colleagues in the local ‘staff side’.
London Marathon volunteer registration of interest opens for physios and students
Students and HCPC-registered physiotherapists who want to volunteer for the London Marathon on 26 April need to register their interest online.
CSP welcomes plans for rapid community response teams
The CSP has welcomed NHS England’s decision to roll out urgent community response teams, to ensure our older population is getting the right support at the right time in order to stay out of hospital.
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Physio picked to front NHS digital campaign as NICE promote tools to manage your health
Health professionals can consider digital and mobile interventions as a supplement to regular services to support behaviour change in people at risk of developing chronic conditions.
Physiotherapy in the news - 2019 highlights
With an estimated reach of more than 45,000,000, here are some of the key pieces of media coverage secured in 2019.
CSP suspends industrial action ballot in Northern Ireland
The political executive in Northern Ireland and power-sharing have now been restored, and following this there has been a rapidly developing picture on the pay dispute, as meetings have been held between health unions, including the CSP, the department and the new health minister in Northern Ireland.