Ongoing training for physios hit by 45% funding cut
Funds to train and educate allied health professionals in England have been cut by 45 per cent this academic year, says a report by leading academics.
Mid Essex CCG physio cuts plan contradicts evidence
Proposals to cut access to musculoskeletal (MSK) physiotherapy in Mid Essex would increase medical investigations, drug costs and GP appointments, said the CSP’s head of practice Steve Tolan.
CSP gives cautious welcome to George Osborne’s £10 billion for the NHS
The CSP has welcomed the extra £10 billion for the NHS in England by 2020 announced by the chancellor George Osborne in the spending review yesterday.
CSP expresses concern at Essex MSK cuts plan
The CSP is seeking urgent talks with commissioners in Essex over ‘troubling’ plans to cut a musculoskeletal (MSK) outpatient physiotherapy service.
You and downbanding - know your rights
You need to know your rights and your employer's obligations when faced with downgrading – or downbanding as it is commonly known in the NHS.
In perspective - austerity alert
Glasgow GP Raymond Orr urges physios to support vulnerable patients whose welfare is being put at risk by the government’s welfare reforms.
There is another way to balance the books
CSP industrial relations chair Alex MacKenzie highlighted the ‘colossal’ impact that the government’s £20 billion efficiency savings were having on
Cuts are damaging patient care – CSP survey
A drive to cut costs in the NHS is damaging patient care, according to six in 10 CSP members (60 per cent) who took part in a recent survey.
CSP members to join 29 Sept rally for the NHS
The CSP will be joining other unions, campaigners and NHS supporters on 29 September at a rally and march in Manchester to demand that the governme
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