Our Collaborate, Don’t Compete project promotes how collaborative working with other exercise professionals can improve rehabilitation outcomes for patients, populations and communities
Ever wondered how you can work alongside exercise professionals and optimise the knowledge and skillsets of everyone for best service user outcome?
Learn how members are working collaboratively across sectors and specialities to provide effective rehabilitation, and share our latest resources.
About the project
The provision of high quality clinical exercise is playing an increasing role in public health and rehabilitation interventions, and there is a growing need for patients and populations to access it.
Principles of collaborative working
Read a Frontline article on how opportunities for the physiotherapy profession to work with other exercise professionals to deliver high quality rehabilitation are growing.
Video case studies
Watch how the Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals and Pure Sports Medicine work alongside exercise professionals to help their patients reach their rehab goals.
St Mirren Football Club
Learn how physio Jacqueline Hamilton works with sport rehabilitator David Hartley for a multidisciplinary approach to rehabilitation at a St. Mirren Football club, near Glasgow.
Royal Marsden cancer service
Find out why Royal Marsden employs a cancer exercise specialist to work with physiotherapists and cancer patients.
Social media graphics
Use these graphics on Twitter to spread awareness of the project and the benefits of collaborative working.
Supporting the development of a clinical exercise physiologist role
Following the CSP's move to support the development of a voluntary register for Clinical Exercise Physiologists (CEPs), it is now a registered profession. Read the answers to our frequently asked questions on the role.
Why the CSP is supporting the clinical exercise physiologist role
Read the blog post on why CSP Council decided to support developing a role for clinical exercise physiologists (CEPs), allowing them to be accredited and to join a new voluntary register.