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Allied Health Professions Scotland Consensus Statement on Quality Service Values

Published: 31 Oct 2013
Part of:
Health and social care
ISBN:
9781782569459

A consensus statement by the thirteen Allied Health Professions in Scotland on the minimum quality service values the people of Scotland can expect from Allied Health Professionals and Allied Health Professions service providers.

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20 page PDF

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Contents
Allied Health Professions Scotland Consensus Statement on Quality Service Values
Effective

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Effective

Allied Health Professionals will deliver services based on best available evidence and best practice within the bounds of available resources.

Allied Health Professionals will continue to contribute to developing the evidence base for their services.

Rationale: Allied Health Professionals are committed to developing the evidence base for the services they provide and to providing services which are based on best available evidence and best practice.

Service users can expect Allied Health Professional services to be based on best available evidence and best practice within the bounds of available resources.

Strategic Links:

  • HIS (Health Improvement Scotland).
  • SIGN (Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network).
  • NICE (National Institute for Clinical Excellence).
  • The Cochrane Library (since 2009).
  • Allied Health Professional Bodies Clinical Guidelines.
  • HCPC Code of Conduct.
  • Scottish Government Everyone Matters: 2020 Workforce Vision, 2013.

2020 Vision Quality outcomes - Services are safe, Effective resource use.


Contact

Email: Julie Townsend