CSP gives evidence on physiotherapy in primary care to Scottish parliament
The CSP joined fellow allied health professions (AHPs) in giving oral evidence to the health committee of the Scottish Parliament on 24 September.
From the innovations in physiotherapy database: evaluation of first contact physiotherapy roles within primary care in Taunton.
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