Dementia is no barrier to Love activity
The Alzheimer’s Society and Sport England have launched a guide to help physiotherapy staff and others to support - and empower - people who are living with dementia to lead active lives.
Physio profession gets research role models, supporters and networkers
Eight physiotherapists have been appointed allied health professional research champions.
Flirty dancer backs CSP’s Love activity campaign
A physiotherapy student who appeared on a dance-themed TV dating show is backing CSP’s call for people to take part in activities they love.
Get involved in HeartUnions week!
The CSP is calling on members to get involved in HeartUnions week by joining efforts to recruit non-unionised support workers undertaking physiotherapy duties and stepping forward to take up a new CSP role in the workplace.
CSP offers support to aid local delivery of Long Term Plan in England
The CSP is promoting a range of measures to support members in enabling the delivery of physiotherapy and rehabilitation outlined in NHS England’s Long Term Plan.
Physiotherapy student is in the social media limelight
A week is a long time in politics but it flew by for student Jaydee Burchell who stepped up to fill the role of guest commentator for the NHS social media.
England striker Jermain Defoe teams up with physios to kick-start a study of patient voices
Professional footballer Jermain Defoe has collaborated with two physiotherapists on a new project, which aims to highlight the voices of patients in research.
NHS England announces major expansion of first contact physio jobs
Thousands of first contact physios could be recruited to work in primary care over the next five years, following NHS England’s announcement of a new GP contract.
Physio and OT experts develop best expected outcomes tool for people with spinal cord injury
Specialist physiotherapists have helped to develop a tool that determines the best possible therapy outcomes for a person with a newly acquired spinal cord injury (SCI).
Enable more AHPs and physios to become clinical leaders
NHS organisations should increase the professional diversity of their senior staff, by offering more strategic leadership roles to allied health professionals (AHPs) such as physiotherapists.