Publication - Report

Allied Health Professions National Delivery Plan 2012-2015 - Progress Report

Published: 18 May 2015
Part of:
Health and social care
ISBN:
9781785443817

A summary of progress against the National Delivery Plan for the Allied Health Professions in Scotland, 2012-2015

17 page PDF

1.1 MB

17 page PDF

1.1 MB

Contents
Allied Health Professions National Delivery Plan 2012-2015 - Progress Report
Appendix 2: Phased completion dates of NDP actions

17 page PDF

1.1 MB

Appendix 2: Phased completion dates of NDP actions

Actions to be Completed in 2013

1.1 Integrated leadership and governance

√ 8 actions within the NDP were scheduled to be completed by the end of 2013.

√ Any outstanding activities relating to these actions are currently being addressed whilst all completed activity should now be embedded within services, mainstreamed and be part of core business.

2.7 Personal Footcare Guidelines

3.2 Universal community capacity and asset building

3.3 Work question and signposting

3.4 Proactively improve health and wellbeing

5.3 Grow health economic base

5.4 Effective use of reporting radiographers

6.1 Monitor and report quality

Actions to be Completed in 2014

1.2 Lead enabling services

√ 13 actions require to be completed by the end of 2014.

√ Activity is currently in progress to achieve these targets with the aim of this work being embedded, mainstreamed and part of core business by 2015

1.3 Capacity and capability

2.1 AHPs in emergency admission

2.2 Integrated falls pathway

2.3 Contribute to reduced length of stay and admission

2.6 Dementia early intervention and support

3.1 AHP first point of contact in primary care pathways

4.1 Children and young people's service plan

5.1 Workforce review including "Releasing Time to Care"

5.5 Podiatric surgery

5.6 Data collection and demonstrating impact

6.2 Waiting times target (18 week & 4 week)

6.4 Increase tele-care and tele-rehabilitation

Actions to be Completed in 2015

2.4 Support independent living

√ 4 actions extend into 2015.

√ Progress is ongoing towards these actions

2.5 Reconfigure enablement services

5.2 Shift to community based activity

6.3 Expand self referral


Contact

Email: Susan Malcolm