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An overview of the Chief Allied Health Professions Officer (CAHPO) and her team’s work, and what the AHPs do.
Discover and learn which professions make up the 14 varied AHP roles, including a brief summary of each.
Read about the potential and role of AHPs within the health, social and wider care system.
Find out about the annual Chief Allied Health Professions Officer's awards.
We're working closely with partners to developing prescribing by AHPs.
Implementing AHPs into Action is a four-year programme led by the AHP leadership team.
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Allied Health Professionals making integrated care a reality
NHS England CEO Simon Stevens and AHP colleagues tell us about the important role AHPs play in improving care for patients, streamlining services, and supporting NHS staff.
As we move towards delivering more integrated health and care, closer to home and out of hospital, the role of AHPs has never been more important.
The NHS is launching a renewed recruitment drive to capitalise on the ‘Nightingale effect’ as the health services contends with the second wave of COVID-19. The professionalism and dedication staff have shown throughout the pandemic has generated unprecedented interest in joining the NHS while the demands of contending with coronavirus, while keeping other services running, […]