CSP backs calls for action to tackle health inequities in NHS, highlighted in new report
Racism, racial discrimination and barriers to accessing healthcare have led to huge health inequalities for Black, Asian and minority ethnic people in England, according to a review commissioned by the NHS Race and Health Observatory.
New PhD programme offers funding to help physios and other AHPs become research Fellows
Physiotherapists can now apply for a new PhD programme at the University Of Leicester, which has received funding of £7.4 million from the Wellcome Trust.
Regulatory body publishes mythbusters for FCP roles
The CSP has welcomed a ‘mythbuster’ from the Care Quality Commission (CQC) as a ‘critical milestone’ which provides clarity to the recruitment of First Contact Practitioners (FCPs).
Physiotherapy UK 2022 cancelled
The CSP's leadership team have made the decision to cancel this year’s planned Physiotherapy UK (PUK) conference.
‘Mix of in-person and remote consultations best’ - CSP
The CSP is recommending a mix of in-person and remote consultations are best for future service delivery models based on the findings of a national evaluation of remote physiotherapy services.
Resignation of first minister may cause delays to vital health service decisions, CSP warns
The CSP is warning about potentially damaging delays to the governance of health services in Northern Ireland, following the resignation of DUP MLA Paul Givan as first minister of the Northern Ireland Executive.
Tackle service pressures by expanding the physio workforce, CSP tells government
Physiotherapy staffing numbers need to be increased, to help relieve pressure on the NHS and to meet the commitments made in the NHS Long Term Plan.
CSP calls for rehab boost as part of NHS recovery plan
The CSP has welcomed plans to tackle record NHS waiting lists in England – but called for rehab provision to be boosted tooto tackle huge demand.
CSP president secures health minister’s commitment to improve rehab, as Lords debate new ICSs
CSP president Baroness Finlay has tabled amendments to the Health and Care Bill calling for community rehabilitation plans and leads in every integrated care system (ICS).
MACP launches new 'fast-track' membership
The Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (MACP) has gained its first graduate in the accelerated portfolio pathway to full MACP membership.