Delayed discharge data again shows why rehab is vital
The latest delayed discharge data has highlighted again the need to invest in rehabilitation services and the rehab workforce.
TUC invites observers to annual Congress
To attract greater diversity within the union movement, the Trades Union Congress (TUC) is inviting affiliate unions to add observers to their delegation to Congress 2023.
Dates announced for Northern Ireland industrial action ballot
CSP members working for Health and Social Care Northern Ireland (HSCNI) will be balloted for strike action between 7 August and 11 September.
CSP press team counts successes in raising the profile of physiotherapy in the media
It has been a busy few months for the CSP’s press team
Health minister meets with CSP over rehab workforce
The CSP, alongside partner organisations of the Community Rehabilitation Alliance met with health minister Will Quince this week to discuss the need to expand and maintain the rehabilitation workforce.
CSP delegates advocate for disabled young people at TUC Disabled Workers Conference
At the conference, held in Bournemouth and in person for the first time since 2019, CSP delegates raised issues around the continued failures brought upon disabled people, backed proper funding for reasonable adjustments and the need to ensure inclusivity for young disabled people entering the workforce.
Focus on rehab in NHS workforce plan welcomed by CSP and alliance partners
The CSP is among more than 50 organisations in the Community Rehabilitation Alliance (CRA) to welcome the commitment to expand the community services workforce in the newly published NHS Workforce Plan for England.
Pride attack condemned by the CSP
The CSP has condemned an attack on a Pride event in Bristol last Sunday. Avon and Somerset Police are investigating the pellet gun attack as a hate crime.
CSP members in Northern Ireland to move to industrial action ballot
CSP members in Northern Ireland have voted overwhelmingly to move to an industrial action ballot following a consultative survey. This ballot is the necessary next step to potentially allow members to take legal strike action.
CSP and RCOT drive AHP collaboration to support quality placements
Eight Allied Health Professional (AHP) professional bodies are joining with the CSP and the Royal College of Occupational Therapists (RCOT) to support the growth and quality of practice-based learning in pre-registration education.