Principles underpinning delegation to physiotherapy support workers
Delegation to support workers is important, it supports physiotherapy to meet rising demand and contribute to new ways of working. Delegation should be underpinned by robust governance arrangements, to ensure tasks and responsibilities remain safe and effective.
Advanced Practice Physiotherapists in GP practices: a how-to guide for implementation
The number of APPs working in primary care in Scotland, as the first point of contact, has grown significantly. Initiated as part of the 2018 General Medical Services Contract, expanding these roles is supported by the Scottish Government.
Learning from litigation: Burns claims from electrotherapy (electrophysical agents)
This briefing sets out the minimum levels of safe practice for physiotherapists using electrophysical agents (EPA/electrotherapy).
Manifesto for community rehabilitation
The CSP has joined forces with 21 other national charities, unions and professional bodies to jointly call on all political parties to recognise that people have a right to effective community rehab.
Supporting menopausal women in the workplace: checklist and risk assessment
A checklist and risk assessment form to help managers support menopausal women in the workplace.
ERUS publications list
Code of Members' Professional Values and Behaviour
The Code sets out the CSP's expectations of all members: qualified physiotherapists, associates and students
HCPC investigations: a member guide
A guide to the Health and Care Professions Council’s (HCPC) procedures for dealing with complaints against physiotherapists and outlines how the CSP supports members through that process.
CSP Impact Report 2018
The report summarizes our achievements in 2018.
Working as a physiotherapist outside Europe
Download guidance on the steps you may need to take if planning to work as a physiotherapist in a non-European country.