Latest equality, diversity and inclusion news
CSP responds to new women’s health plan for Scotland
The Scottish government has published the Women’s Health Plan (2021-24), which includes principles and priorities for women’s healthcare in Scotland.
Watch an event recording focused on LGBTQIA+ in the profession: Peeling back the professional physio persona: power, privilege, positionality
Featuring guest speaker Sudhir Daya (The Life Architect, coach, speaker, trainer and convenor of the CSP LGBTQIA+ network), this event recording provides an opportunity to reflect on positionality and see the impact of positionality within the physio profession and the wider social context.
Unpaid overtime and discrimination remain issues for NHS workers
Nearly 40 per cent (38.8 per cent) of NHS workers struggled to do their job properly due to staff shortages and 44 per cent felt unwell because of work related stress - in the 12 months, up to November 2020.
CSP slows development of EDI strategy to enable more collaboration
CSP is delaying the launch of its EDI strategy and slowing its development, in response to feedback from recent meetings with the equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) member reference group.
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CSP to fund additional BAME spaces for leadership programme
The CSP has agreed to pay for additional places on the Allied Health Professions Federation (AHPF) Future Leaders Programme specifically for BAME CSP members.
HeartUnions week celebrates trade unions and offers personal development opportunities
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Rights, protections, and support with your first employer
How the CSP represents members in the workplace
Reflecting and projecting
Alex MacKenzie looks back on her first term as chair of CSP Council and shares plans for her second term
Taking time to reflect
Development of the CSP’s equality, diversity and inclusion strategy is being slowed down. Nicola Ebdon explains