NICE gives greenlight to two cannabis-based drugs
Doctors in the UK can now prescribe two cannabis-based medicinal products, which can benefit people with medical conditions such as epilepsy and spasticity.
December Frontline on its way
The December issue of Frontline is out this week.
Physiotherapy can help tackle long-term sickness absence, says NICE
Organisations should be making the health and wellbeing of their staff a core priority, and using interventions like physiotherapy to help people return to work.
CSP networks raise the profile of equality and diversity
Members of the CSP diversity networks gathered this week to plan activity for next year aimed at developing closer working with students, and among other members and workplace reps.
Standards of practice for working with adults with a learning disability are launched
Learning disability physios have set out what’s needed to provide successful physiotherapy to adults with a learning disability.
Funding for physiotherapy training in Wales to rise to a new ‘record level’
The CSP has welcomed a planned increase in funding for training places for physiotherapists and other healthcare professionals in Wales.
Promoting training for CSP safety reps
New CSP safety reps will have the chance to receive a TUC-accredited certificate, following its launch at an induction course last week.
NICE consultation on arthroplasty: CSP seeks clarity on a technicality which may affect best use of the workforce
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) is consulting on proposed new guidelines for care following primary joint replacement of the hip, knee and shoulder.
CSP disappointment as pay gap remains between Northern Ireland and rest of the UK
The CSP and other health unions have expressed ‘deep disappointment’ at the pay position outlined today by Northern Ireland’s department of health.
Revised code of professional values and behaviours is issued for physiotherapy staff
The CSP has revised and updated its code of professional values and behaviours for members.