‘Don’t forget the fundamentals’, CSP advises, as £250 million pledged for AI healthcare
The CSP has welcomed a government announcement that £250 million will be provided to the NHS, to develop pioneering new treatments, artificial intelligence and health research.
NIRH: getting patients up and moving shortens stay and improves fitness
Getting hospital patients up and moving shortens stay and improves fitness
Research physio named AHP of the Year as physios triumph at awards
A physiotherapist was crowned AHP of the Year at last night’s Chief Allied Health Professions (AHP) Officer Awards, while other physiotherapy staff received prestigious awards too.
NIHR: osteoarthritis can benefit from exercise
People with osteoarthritis can benefit from exercise but may harbour myths
Mat Pilates probably improves balance and strength in older adults
Read about the latest in research
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.
Advice line: share your work at the CSP’s flagship scientific conference
Katie Prangle says that submitting an abstract is an opportunity to share your work at the CSP’s flagship scientific conference
Nordic hamstring exercise halves hamstring injury
Physiotherapy journal editor Michele Harms and Caroline White report on latest physio research
Editor's comment: real value in research
Evidence is at the heart of our profession, but how do we take research findings and use them to help individual patients (who often have multiple
Developing a research profile
How you can build your research profile