New ACPOHE website now LIVE!
The new ACPOHE website which is hosted by the CSP is now LIVE!
The new web address is acpohe.csp.org.uk.
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CSP among leading organisations commit to a shared vision for healthy ageing
The CSP is one of the signatories of the new Consensus Statement on Healthy Ageing, which aims to make England the best place in the world to grow older.
Every Mind Matters
This week Public Health England launched Every Mind Matters, a clinically assured campaign aimed at helping adults to take care of their own mental health. CSP is backing the campaign, which coincides with World Mental Health Day today, 10 October.
CSP launches exciting strengthening initiative using National Lottery Funding
The CSP has announced an innovative project with Sport England and the Centre for Ageing Better to find the best ways to promote the benefits of maintaining and improving muscle strength for people visiting their physiotherapist.
Business in the Community Mental Health at Work Report 2019
Two in five (39%) of UK workers report experiencing poor mental health symptoms related to work in the last year.
Physiotherapy UK 2019
ACPOHE is an integral part of Physiotherapy UK 2019, the flagship conference for physiotherapy professionals, being held at the Birmingham ICC between 1st & 2nd November 2019. ACPOHE were asked to facilitate the theme of Fit for Work for and were delighted to do so.
Grading, Pay and Conditions of Employment 2019
One priority of ACPOHE is to recommend minimum terms and conditions of employment of its members working in occupational health or ergonomics, be they working on a full or part-time basis. ACPOHE also gives guidance to those members who are self-employed. A review of this document is undertaken annually in conjunction with the CSP and the latest update is now available to view. Follow the link.......
Health is Everyone's Business Consultation
The Government has published Health is everyone’s business, a public consultation seeking views on different ways in which government and employers can take action to reduce ill health-related job loss.
Health and Wellbeing at Work 2020 – we need your help!
ACPOHE has been approached by the event organisers off the Health and Wellbeing At Work to see if any of our members would be interested in presenting at the very popular H&WB@Work 2020
Response to Recent Government Consultation
Response to the Work and Health Units consultation - Health is Everyone’s Business, Proposals to Reduce Ill Health related Job Loss.