First contact physiotherapy leads to encouraging outcomes in England
Early results from a national evaluation assessing the effectiveness of first contact physiotherapy (FCP) show ‘overwhelmingly positive’ patient experiences.
‘Can I deprescribe gabapentin and pregabalin now that they have been reclassified to controlled drug status?’
Explaining student numbers
Jim Fahie is excited about the rise in the number of physiotherapy students and says the CSP is working to ensure this translates into workforce ex
Research findings: physical activity improves mobility for cancer survivors
As cancer treatments improve, more people are surviving cancer.
Editor's comment: better for everyone
First contact physiotherapy makes perfect sense
Your chance to influence
NHS England’s Long Term Plan includes some encouraging commitments for our profession but their success depends on your involvement, says Karen Mid
Editor's comment: a great start to the year
Our first full week of 2019 started positively and encouragingly with the launch of NHS England’s long-term plan
Go digital: digital change will empower AHPs
Digital change will empower AHPs – that’s the message from the 2018 CAHPO conference, says Euan McComiskie.
Editor's comment: happy 70th birthday?
It might be slightly careworn, frayed around the edges, overworked and underfunded in places, but I am sure you will join me in wishing the NHS – s
Tech Revolution: How to use digital opportunities
Digital transformation relies on local innovation and people with bright ideas.