CSP members show their solidarity at London Pride
CSP members, staff, family and friends were among an estimated 1.5 million people who took part in the London Pride parade on 6 July.
CSP Council shows solidarity with Red Card anti-racism campaign
CSP Council members attending the opening day of Physiotherapy UK in Birmingham today, wore something red to show their solidarity with Wear Red Day, the national campaign that wants to challenge racism.
CSP members celebrate Pride in London and call for better healthcare for LGBT+ patients
A CSP motion calling for improved access to healthcare for LGBT+ patients was passed unanimously at the 2018 TUC LGBT+ conference which took place in London on 5 and 6 July.
Wheelchair physio wins at Windrush 70 awards, as NHS honours impact of black and ethnic minority staff
A physiotherapist has won an NHS Windrush 70 clinical excellence award for her work to improve wheelchair services in Berkshire.
Advice line: Black History Month
Louise Thompson outlines why Black History Month, which has its thirtieth anniversary this year, matters.
In person: in the firing line
Putting yourself forward to do something may be a challenging path, but it’s one to try, says Karen Middleton.
Physios urged to value diversity and consider the impact of 'multiple identities'
Increased levels of discrimination when individuals have more than one protected characteristic such as race, disability or LGBT identity were discussed at a meeting of CSP’s diversity networks on 16 November.
Make workplaces more trans-friendly, urges CSP
The CSP is calling for ‘simple changes’ to make health and social care environments more inclusive for transgender staff and patients.
CSP survey shows members with dyslexia face barriers to work and study adjustments
A CSP poll has revealed that many members with dyslexia experience problems gaining the reasonable adjustments they need at work or university.
Student diversity at risk from tuition fees, warns CSP
Care must be taken that changes to the way physiotherapy courses are funded do not reduce diversity among students, the CSP has warned.