Long term conditions
Queen honours work of five physiotherapists
Five CSP members received recognition in the Queen’s 2019 New Year’s Honours list, for services to physiotherapy, physiotherapy research, long-term conditions and voluntary service to sports.
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In review: long-term care
Our featured book titled 'Managing Long-term Conditions and Chronic Illness in Primary Care' is a guide to care for people with long-term condition
ER-WCPT: Physios must change their view of frailty, says US expert
Physiotherapists need to start thinking about frailty as a long-term condition, and should be collecting evidence to prove they can help.
Fit note proposals ‘an important step’, says CSP
Proposals to allow other health care professionals to sign people off from work have been warmly welcomed by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.
Physio staff ‘crucial’ in keeping Welsh NHS on its feet, says health secretary Vaughan Gething
Welsh cabinet secretary for health Vaughan Gething has thanked physiotherapy staff for their hard work in helping and supporting people with long-term and multiple chronic conditions.
Physio findings: mind and body unite to combat pain
Janet Wright looks at the latest research news and Michele Harms reports on Physiotherapy Journal findings.
Viewpoint: From child to adult services
Young people with serious health conditions are at risk as they move into adult care, warns Emily Arkell.
United we stand: The rise of co-production
A sea-change in relationships between healthcare professionals and patients means the term co-production is increasingly on people’s lips.
Lives worth living: exercise for long-term conditions
Physios are urged to engage people with long-term conditions in therapeutic exercise programmes.