Royal College of GPs prioritises physical activity and lifestyle issues
The CSP has welcomed a programme to support primary care professionals with evidence-based information to prevent and manage lifestyle-related diseases.
Viewpoint: App offers hope
Sonia Pombo explains how a new app might help to cut people’s salt intake and weight
Physio findings: Physiotherapy Journal
This is the 100th birthday of the CSP’s journal, Physiotherapy, Janet Wright reports
Physio findings - Physiotherapy Journal
In our regular column on research that's relevant to physiotherapists, Janet Wright looks at the latest clinical findings.
Easy Exercise Guide
Research that’s relevant to physios: Physiotherapy journal editor Michele Harms presents the new issue and Janet Wright looks at optimism
Experts hail the english diet – as achievable
Eating like the English could save nearly 4,000 lives a year from cancer, heart disease and stroke in the rest of the UK, says a study published in
Physio heads health and wellbeing initiative for people who use wheelchairs
Wheelchair users in Liverpool have been encouraged to improve their health and wellbeing - and lose weight - thanks to an initiative put forward by
CSP calls for action on non-communicable diseases
The government should introduce public health measures to tackle non-communicable diseases (NCDs), says the CSP.
‘There is still time to protect the NHS’
GRAHAM CLEWS REPORTS FROM THE ANNUAL TUC CONGRESS, HELD IN LONDON LAST WEEK, WHERE THE CSP HAD FOUR DELEGATES SPEAKING ON NHS reforms, public spend