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Posted On: 15 May 2024
The CAHPO awards is a unique opportunity for registered AHPs to receive recognition for their personal contributions towards delivery of exceptional care for patients. The awards promote adoption and dissemination of good practice being delivered by nominated AHPs and gives teams the chance to review their work and look at the impact they have made to services.
Posted On: 15 May 2024
The BADth eating disorder supervision space is for qualified and registered Arts Therapists who want to develop their understanding of, and confidence in their work with clients who present with eating disorders and disordered eating. These sessions are facilitated by Mary Franklin Smith will take place monthly on the fourth Wednesday of the month.
Posted On: 09 May 2024
This guide has been developed for allied health professional (AHP) system leaders working across regions, integrated care systems (ICSs), local authorities and provider organisations. The guide focuses on what AHP leaders need to know, and what actions they can take at a system level to address health inequalities. The guide emphasises using a population health approach and leading change at scale, focusing on the breadth of AHP services rather than individual services or professional groups.
Posted On: 01 May 2024
A new guide to help attract and recruit of allied health professionals (AHPs) is now available, to support the NHS Long Team Workforce Plan.
Posted On: 27 March 2024
The National AHP Preceptorship and Foundation Support Programme are pleased to announce that AHP Pre-preceptorship - supporting transition to the workforce is now available.
Posted On: 26 March 2024
Government plans to change the legislation for nine out of the 10 professional regulators the PSA oversee, including HCPC, giving them a range of new powers and allowing them to operate in a very different way – with biggest changes in Fitness to Practice and rule-making. Have your say by responding to this PSA consultation.
Posted On: 25 March 2024
‘A systematic review of dramatherapy interventions used to support adults with psychosis’ has now been published in Schizophrenia Research.
Posted On: 25 March 2024
Shadow puppeteers, dramatherapists and researchers reveal how watching live performances can make you more creative, more connected to others and more human.
Posted On: 13 March 2024
The Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care (PSA) aims to help the next UK government deliver better and safer care for all. Making care safer for all: a manifesto for change outlines the PSA’s recommendations to help tackle some of the big challenges within health and social care.
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