Allied Healthcare Professions Education and Workforce Policy Review: Practice-Based Learning Sub-Group

Information on the Allied Healthcare Professions Education and Workforce Policy Review: Practice Based Learning Sub-Group.


Overview

The Practice Based Learning Sub-Group will take forward specific actions identified by the National Strategic Oversight Group, specifically to explore issues around this theme. The outputs of this group will be used to form recommendations for the Allied Health Professions (AHP) Education and Workforce Policy Review.

The Programme for Government 2021 made a commitment to review AHP education in 2022. The aim of the review was to consider whether or not policy for AHP education provision is congruent to the current and future needs of our students and the future health needs of the people of Scotland.

The Practice Based Learning Sub-Group will take forward specific actions identified by the Oversight Group, specifically to explore issues around this theme. The outputs of this group will be used to form recommendations for the AHP Education and Workforce Policy Review.

Members

  • Alison Keir, Chair, Scottish Policy Officer, Royal College of Occupational Therapy, Chair of Allied Health Professions Federation Scotland (AHPfS)
  • Karin Massie Senior Educator - AHP Practice Educator Coordinator, NHS Education for Scotland (NES)
  • Donna Wynne, Academic Strategic Lead, School of Health Sciences, Robert Gordon University
  • Elizabeth MacKay, Professor Occupational Therapy, Lead : AHP-SW MSc Programmes, Edinburgh Napier University
  • Fiona Coutts, Dean of the School of Health Sciences Queen Margaret University, Chair of the AHP Academic Heads Group
  • Anita Volkert, AHP Practice Education Lead, Lecturer Occupational Therapy, Glasgow Caledonian University
  • Nic Richardson, Director of Allied Health Professions, NHS Tayside, Scottish Directors of AHPs (SDAHP)
  • Amanda Wong, Director of Allied Health Professions, NHS Fife, Scottish Directors of AHPs (SDAHP)
  • Dr Margot McBride, Fellow of the College of Radiographers, Allied Health Professions Federation Scotland (AHPfS)
  • Julie King, Lecturer within the Occupational Therapy and Art Therapy division Queen Margaret University, Allied Health Professions Federation Scotland (AHPfS)
  • Sarah Goudie, Speech and Language Therapist, Highland Council and AHP Practice Education Lead NHS Highland
  • Jane Dudgeon, AHP Practice Education Team Manager, Greater Glasgow and Clyde/NHS Golden Jubilee
  • Alison Moore, Team Leader, Directorate for Chief Nursing Officer, Nursing, Midwifery, Allied Health Professions and Healthcare Science Education, Scottish Government
  • Kim Lynch, Secretariat, Policy Officer, Directorate for Chief Nursing Officer, Nursing, Midwifery, Allied Health Professions and Healthcare Science Education, Scottish Government
  • Sean Torrens, Secretariat, Policy Manager, Directorate for Chief Nursing Officer, Nursing, Midwifery, Allied Health Professions and Healthcare Science Education, Scottish Government
  • Abby Campbell, Secretariat, Policy Officer, Directorate for Chief Nursing Officer, Nursing, Midwifery, Allied Health Professions and Healthcare Science Education, Scottish Government

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