Queen honours work of five physiotherapists
Five CSP members received recognition in the Queen’s 2019 New Year’s Honours list, for services to physiotherapy, physiotherapy research, long-term conditions and voluntary service to sports.
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Advice line: substandard assistive aids for children in Uganda must end
Alexandra Hejazi argues that donating substandard assistive aids for disabled children to use in countries such as Uganda must end.
Horse rider physio uses sporting empathy while volunteering at world athletics championships
Experience as a leading sportswoman ‘definitely helped’ Beth Langley in her role as a volunteer physiotherapist at two world athletic championships in London.
Physios take 192 sick and disabled children on dream holiday to Orlando
Physiotherapists are helping almost 200 children with serious illnesses and disabilities to have a dream holiday in Orlando, Florida, this October.
Help where it’s needed
As the refugee crisis continues, CSP’s international health experts offer advice to would-be volunteers.
Fast and furious: a tribute to Susie Jones
London Marathon volunteer Marcel Bancroft pays tribute to Susie Jones, the event’s former physiotherapy lead, and to her other colleagues at the an
Working with British teams and organisations overseas
Many physiotherapists undertake short periods of overseas work as a Team Physiotherapist for a British-based delegation. The CSP PLI scheme does have specific terms and conditions for overseas work which may influence how you undertake these activities and who you can treat.
25 CSP members volunteer for Crisis
More than 200 homeless people received physiotherapy in London this Christmas from volunteers with the charity Crisis.
A lifeline at Christmas: National charity welcomes physio volunteers
Student physiotherapists and their qualified counterparts will play a key role in this year’s Crisis at Christmas services for homeless people, as