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In the first edition of 2012 we celebrate the five AHPs awarded in the New Year’s Honours List, look forward to the SHA cluster AHP conferences, and Chief Health Professions Officer Karen Middleton encourages you to take part in the big conversation on professionalism among AHPs.
Consultant podiatrist for diabetes Debbie Sharman reveals why her service has been named ‘Best in the South West’ and Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust share their ‘Better For You’ programme which has helped to improve their service in productive therapies.
All this and the usual mix of news, information and guidance for AHPs.
**Disclaimer: **Unless otherwise stated, guidance referred to in the bulletin has not been commissioned or endorsed by the Department of Health - it is evidence that organisations and professionals may find helpful in improving practice. The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence is the Department’s provider of accredited evidence and guidance, which can be found on the Institute’s website.