COVID Update for all NI CSP members
Information update for CSP NI members following the announcement of new restrictions issued by the Executive on 14th October 2020.
HEE announces new road map to advanced practice roles
Health Education England (HEE) has launched a road map to provide a national route into MSK primary care roles, which sets out the development of a career pathway for first contact practitioners and advanced practitioners.
CSP responding to controlled drugs consultation
The Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) has launched a public consultation about the list of controlled drugs that physiotherapists can prescribe, and the CSP is encouraging members to comment on the proposals.
New film celebrates value of physio support workforce
The CSP has launched a new film, Thinking Differently About Support Workers, which has been developed in collaboration with Health Education England to showcase the important contribution of the physiotherapy support workforce to the profession.
Queen recognises the incredible work of two physiotherapists on the frontline of the pandemic
Two CSP members have received British Empire Medals in this year’s Queen’s Birthday Honours List, in recognition of their vital work during the Covid-19 crisis.
Birthday Honours: Queen grants OBE to pioneering digital health physio
A physiotherapist who has helped enhance the digital capability of health professionals in Scotland has been recognised in the Queen’s 2020 Birthday Honours list, announced today.
World Physiotherapy accolade for CSP director
CSP director of practice and development, Natalie Beswetherick, has received an award from World Physiotherapy Europe region in recognition of her leadership in the profession.
Alarm at threat to workplace learning opportunities partnership
The CSP has expressed concern at reports that the Union Learning Fund (ULF) is facing closure.
CSP welcomes 'long Covid' acknowledgement
The CSP has welcomed the NHS’s announcement of investment for people with long-term Covid-19 symptoms, and its recognition that long Covid is a severe and long term health condition that requires rehabilitation to recover.
Wear red to help fight racism on 16 October
CSP members are encouraged to wear red on 16 October to show support for the Show Racism the Red Card campaign, which funds anti-racism education in England, Wales and Scotland.