NHS Education for Scotland: AHP Survey

NHS Education for Scotland are keen to make connections with members of the Allied Health Professions across all sectors to provide support for people wherever they work and also to potentially modernise student experiences for professional practice. These connections will enable us to: widen our communication networks; plan for future workforce requirements; and help to connect members of the professions both locally and nationally.

The link to the survey and background information is:

https://response.questback.com/nhseducationforscotland/ahpconnectingworkforce

We are seeking responses from the following professional groups:

Art Therapists, Drama therapists, Music therapists, Chiropodists/Podiatrists, Dietitians, Occupational therapists, Orthoptists, Paramedics, Physiotherapists, Prosthetists/ Orthotists, Diagnostic Radiographers/Therapeutic Radiographers and Speech and Language therapists.

We are seeking to connect with individuals who are:

  • Registered as an Allied Health Professional with HCPC in Scotland and
  • Deliver services/employed within the Care, Independent or Third Sectors and
  • Their main employment/service delivery is not currently in NHS Scotland or a Local Authority.

In order to do this effectively we need the support of organisations and AHP colleagues to reach Allied Health Professions across the sectors. We would therefore be grateful if you could share this link widely with your networks.

This is a short survey which should take less than 5 minutes to complete. We would be grateful if all surveys could be completed by Friday 22nd of March.

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