The AHP Faculty model provides the infrastructure to facilitate system-wide working between health and care providers and HEIs.
There are many benefits of working in this way which includes; ensuring AHP students have sufficient access to rich learning environments and creating sustainable and innovative recruitment and retention strategies to ensure our pipeline of AHP professionals continues to thrive and grow.
New roles and role expansion
AHP support staff work across the health and care sectors playing an integral role supporting people’s health and wellbeing. Ensuring they have consistent access to high-quality learning and career progression will benefit services and their users, through a high quality and continuity of care and reduced waiting lists.
A Roadmap to Practice is a supportive document that provides a clear educational pathway from undergraduate to advanced practice for clinicians wishing to pursue a career in primary care.
Working together to ensure a sustainable podiatry and foot health workforce. Our main objective is to increase the supply into podiatry and also ensure that the NHS recognises the knowledge and skills of the non-regulated workforce.
Musculoskeletal First Contact Practitioners Services - Implementation Guide
The introduction of Musculoskeletal First Contact Practitioners (FCP) is a key element of NHS England’s approach to improving patient care and easing the pressure on GP surgeries. MSK conditions account for 20 per cent of a GP's caseload, FCP services place advanced musculoskeletal (MSK) practitioners in primary care teams and at the start of the patient’s pathway, enabling them to assess, diagnose and manage MSK patients. They are able to provide timely care to patients and increase GP capacity overall.
The Musculoskeletal First Contact Practitioners Services - Implementation Guide has been developed as a 'how-to' for introducing these new roles in your area, covering capability frameworks, governance issues and practical advice that draws on case studies in areas already offering the service.
Integrating Dysphagia into the Undergraduate programme
More information coming soon