CSP funding to Professional Networks
Jenny Nissler on changes to how the CSP gives funding to Professional Networks
Competition offers physios £100,000 for bright ideas to benefit MSK patients
Physiotherapists can enter an NHS-backed business competition that is seeking ideas for products and services to help people with musculoskeletal (MSK) disorders.
Councils predict that social care will account for 90% of total spend by 2020, CSP ‘jury’ hears
Funding social care emerged as a big concern for CSP members at a policy event at the society’s headquarters on 2 July.
MPs call for funding so physios can be part of NHS transformation
MPs are calling on NHS organisations to investigate how they can fund extra capacity so that physiotherapists and other staff can take an active role in transforming services.
Why not join us on 12 May?
Jim Fahie urges CSP members to take part in a national rally in May 2018.
Physio staff need a pay rise says CSP after budget disappointment
The budget announcement falls far short of what is needed for a fair pay award and to help the NHS to provide quality care, according to Claire Sullivan, director of employment relations and union services at the CSP.
Is extra funding for training and placements good news for the physiotherapy profession?
English government to fund more student placements
The CSP has welcomed confirmation that the government will fund clinical placements for an extra 10,000 student nurses, midwives and allied health professionals between now and 2020.
Under pressure: 8 June election: NHS staffing a priority
Whichever party wins the 8 June election, ensuring the NHS is staffed properly must be a priority, argues Niall Dickson.
King’s Fund highlights 90% rise in hip replacements over six years
Despite funding pressures on England’s NHS, elective hip replacements increased by 90 per cent in the six years to 2016, says the King’s Fund.