Allied Health Professionals: AHPs Into Action (NHS England)

 Summary

NHS England has released a report explaining how the NHS, the social care system and society at large could be transformed if the Allied Health Professions (AHPs) were used more effectively. Fifty three case studies describe examples of innovative AHP practice. A broad framework for local delivery planning is provided.

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Launching AHPs into Action – Suzanne Rastrick. [Online]: NHS England, January 17th 2017.

“‘AHPs into Action’ describes how AHPs can support the delivery of Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs) and the pursuit of the triple aim in the Five Year Forward View.”

See also:

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Allied Health Professions into Action. [Online]: NHS England, January 17th 2017.

This relates to:

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AHPs into action: using Allied Health Professions to transform health, care and wellbeing. 2016/17 – 2020/21. London: NHS England, January 17th 2017. Gateway Reference No.05863.

An earlier hook:

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Allied Health Professions Into Action – Suzanne Rastrick. [Online]: NHS England, January 11th 2017.

Further:

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Allied Health Professions join forces to help shape future healthcare. [Online]: NHS England, January 17th 2017.

There is also an infographic and also an animation.

“There were 12 Allied Health Professional groups across England, with over 145,000 AHPs registered with the regulator the Health and Care Professions Council”.

Operating Department Practitioners (ODPs) and Osteopaths have since joined the 14 health professions under the remit of the Chief Allied Health Professions Officer at NHS England.

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Chief Allied Health Professions Officer extends her remit to two additional professions. [Online]: NHS England, April 3rd 2017.

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