Policy paper

Allied Health Professions Service Improvement Project

This publication was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

The AHP Service Improvement Project, completed in March 2011, demonstrated how AHPs can improve clinical outcomes and patient experience through innovation in service delivery that both improve quality and increase productivity.

Documents

Download AHP Service Improvement Project Compendium - Summary Reports (31 March 2011)

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Download Allied Health Professions (AHP) Service Improvement Project - Final Report

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Download Allied Health Professionals Service Improvement Project: York St John University - Evaluation summary

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Download Equality analysis Allied Health Professionals Service Improvement Project

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Download AHP SIP leaflet

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Download AHP SIP poster

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AHP SIP PowerPoint slides

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Detail

The report summary and compendium provide details of improvements for children and and adults in the 27 participating services including engagement with patients and carers in redesign of services. The leaflet has links to to other sources including the tools used. York St John University was commissioned to undertake an evaluation and their summary report demonstrates the local clinical leadership by AHPs in responding to the QIPP challenge plus important organisational development and learning. The set of slides provides a short presentation with three examples of the improvements achieved. The Equality Analysis includes the Values and Principles for Engaging Patients and Service Users in Service Improvement and Redesign which was developed with service users and carers as part of the project.