Health Education England in North West London funded AHS to lead the development of a partnership in innovation and education (PIE) focused on enhancing the knowledge and skills of the health and social care workforce to be able to support those with both mental and physical ill health.
Health Education Thames Valley commissioned AHS to develop a detailed knowledge of the local Allied Health Professional (AHP) and Healthcare Scientist (HCS) workforce and their contribution to the local services. Two conferences were held, one for AHPs and one for HCS workforce across the Thames Valley in 2015.
Health Education Wessex commissioned AHS to develop a sustainable AHP network. This included planning and delivering an AHP conference held for AHPs in Wessex in 2015.
The scope of this Community Education Provider Network (CEPN), funded by Health Education England North West London, was to enhance the confidence, capacity and capability of the Allied Health Professions (AHPs) across the registered and the associated unregistered workforce to lead care for patients at risk of falls.
Health Education North West London funded the development of a partnership in innovation and education (PIE) on falls and frailty across North West London which is being led by AHS. The project scope includes:
Health Education England South London (HEE SL), awarded Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust 2016/2017 strategic investment funding, to deliver a project about supporting the health and social care workforce to manage those with long term conditions in community settings.
The project commenced in December 2016.
AHS is still working with Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust and other partners in South east London to deliver this project the purpose of which is to:
Cohort 1 ran in early 2019. Cohort 2 is currently being planned.