CSP Northern Ireland
CSP welcomes reshaping stroke care consultation in Northern Ireland
Stroke survivors and their carers need to be able to access rehabilitation and long term support in the community.
Physiotherapists ready to radically change the delivery of health and social care in Northern Ireland
The CSP welcomes today’s announcement by the Department of Health regarding the development of Multi-Disciplinary Teams (MDTs) in primary care.
Physios can ‘demystify success’ to create world-class teams, says Team GB Olympic lead
Phil Glasgow, Team GB’s chief physio at the Rio Olympics in 2016, has told physiotherapy staff to make excellence a habit, by developing their leadership skills.
Father and son physios support ‘Battle of Britain’ strongmen
Two physios treated the UK’s strongest men as they competed in a ‘Battle of Britain’ strongman event.
Physios gain funding for Northern Ireland cancer rehab pilot
Two physiotherapists in Northern Ireland have secured funding for a pilot service aimed at improving access to musculoskeletal (MSK) rehab for cancer patients.
Northern Ireland physios ‘sock it’ to lymphoedema
Physiotherapists in Northern Ireland held events, gave talks and engaged in something new and surprising for this year’s Lymphoedema Awareness Week on 5-11 March.
CSP to discuss role of AHPs with minister and health committee in Northern Ireland
The CSP is due to take part in two high-profile meetings to discuss the future of allied health professionals (AHPs) in Northern Ireland.
Lymphoedema network wins award for raising awareness in Northern Ireland
A physiotherapy-led network in Northern Ireland has won a national award for raising awareness of lymphoedema among healthcare professionals.
Belfast physios use prehab to improve quality of life for men with prostate cancer
Northern Ireland physiotherapists believe they are breaking new ground by providing continence prehabilitation for men with prostate cancer, in addition to post-surgery care and follow-up physiotherapy
Northern Ireland extends strategy to improve disabled people’s services
Northern Ireland’s health minister has confirmed that an action plan to improve care and services for disabled people will be extended to next September.