CSP members rally for catch up NHS pay rise
NHS physiotherapy staff joined other public sector workers at a rally on Tuesday in London’s Parliament Square to demand a catch-up pay rise.
TUC Congress 2017: CSP urges a properly funded child health and wellbeing strategy
The CSP has called for investment in a ‘well thought-out’ child health and well-being strategy and a reversal of public health spending cuts.
TUC Congress 2017: CSP wants more investment in public health
The CSP joined calls for more investment in public health services, criticising government cuts to budgets as short-sighted and placing a long-term burden on the NHS.
TUC Congress 2017: CSP joins calls to lift public sector pay cap
The CSP joined calls at the TUC Congress for a sustained campaign to lift the public sector pay cap on NHS workers and for a fully-funded above inflation pay rise.
TUC Congress 2017: CSP wants action on mental health and stress
The CSP backed a call for the government, employers and unions to support workers with mental health issues and tackle the root causes.
TUC Congress 2017: CSP calls for unions to defend right to remain for EU health staff
The CSP has issued a passionate call to TUC delegates to rally around the right to remain in the UK for health staff who are EU nationals.
Ban ‘gay cure’ conversion therapy, urges CSP
Conversion therapy – which aims to ‘cure’ people who are attracted to those of the same gender – should be banned in the UK.
Employers should invest in staff wellbeing to save money, says CSP
Ongoing cuts to public sector services are leading to increasing workloads, work-related stress and mental health issues among employees, the CSP has warned.
Record levels of workplace stress put staff and patients at risk
The CSP is warning that workplace stress could damage the health of physio staff and put patients at risk.
CSP members march in Birmingham for the NHS
Physio staff joined thousands of people in Birmingham on 2 October to protest against austerity policies and call for more investment in the NHS.