European parliamentary elections – use your vote
Elections take place on Thursday 23 May across all parts of the UK. The CSP is non-party political so we do not endorse any party or candidates. But we do provide information to our members on elections and their implications for physiotherapy.
Two physios win national awards for public health research
Health professionals need a better understanding of local culture and older people’s priorities if they want to help over 65s to exercise, award-winning research shows.
3 minutes with Marcus Hunt
Working with a well-known international company has given physiotherapist Marcus Hunt plenty of scope to promote employee wellbeing.
Salisbury therapists launch integrative working initiative
Physiotherapists in Wiltshire are collaborating with occupational therapists on a quality improvement project aimed at better rehab and patient care.
Physio service gains ‘gold standard’ occupational health accreditation
A physio practice based in south London has become the first to be accredited by the Safe, Effective, Quality Occupation Health Service (SEQOHS) scheme.
Make occupational health part of mainstream care, says report
Occupational health should be integrated into mainstream healthcare so people with work-related illnesses get better help, says a report for the Council for Work and Health.
A perfect fit: occupational health is getting NHS staff back to work safely
An award-winning link-up with occupational health is getting NHS staff back to work safely. Janet Wright reports.
Film is ‘invaluable resource’ for people with cerebral palsy
Cerebral people, a film in which young people with cerebral palsy take over the camera to tell their own stories about life with the condition, was premiered in November.
Fitness profits leaflet
Work in progress: Léonie Dawson on managing sickness absence
Léonie Dawson outlines how physios can play a key role in keeping people healthy at work and cutting sickness rates.