News and articles that cover issues affecting BAME or LGBTQIA+ physios, or those that identify with having a disability.
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CSP employment support for members
If you have a problem in the workplace, your CSP steward or safety rep will always be your first point of contact – they are there to help
‘Invest in our public sector and protect staff from burnout’
Five CSP delegates joined hundreds of trade unionists at the leading trade union conference at the 155th annual TUC Congress, held in Liverpool.
Why we still need Pride
It is more than 50 years since the first UK Pride march – when hundreds of LGBTQIA+ people and their allies gathered in London to protest a society
Vertebral fractures – new patient and professional resources
A selection of tools and information sources that you may find useful
LGBT+ History Month is relevant to you
Lee Matthews, specialist pain physio, gives five reasons why recognising this month isn’t just for people like him
Being your whole self at work
To mark LGBT+ History Month Ella Braidwood hears about the benefits of being open about sexuality in the workplace
‘The cost of living crisis affecting LGBTQIA+ workers’
We answer your questions about how the cost of living crisis is affecting LGBTQIA+ workers
Equity, diversity and belonging: a reflective toolkit
A new toolkit for physiotherapy networks has been developed by Physio First and Sudhir Daya, as Karen Lay explains
Dealing with disclosure
A new resource to help non-LGBTQIA+ physio staff to respond with empathy to colleagues who disclose their sexual and/or gender identity at work.
The hidden aspects of health inequalities
To mark Black History Month, CSP members share their views about the ‘hidden’ causes of health inequalities and how these impact on BAME patients a