Koala and Joe - Connecting parents & carers with trusted experts in all areas of their children’s care
Koala and Joe invite APCP private practitioners to explore their new online service providing a new channel to reach the parent and carer market nationwide.
Celebrating our AHP workforce
Today marks Allied Health Professions' Day and the APCP joins the CSP in thanking all AHP staff for their commitment during a difficult year.
The Polani Award 2022
The Polani Award 2022 application process is now open
‘The Telerehab Toolkit’
Researchers from the Faculty of Health at the University of Plymouth together with collaborators from NHS Trusts in Devon and Cornwall have been working on developing an online toolkit of resources – ‘The Telerehab Toolkit’.
The toolkit is designed to support health and social care practitioners in the remote assessment and management of people with movement impairment and physical disability, including people recovering from COVID-19. This project has been funded by the UKRI Medical Research Council.
Delivery of specialist 1:1 and group interventions for children and young people in education settings
Nasopharyngeal and Oropharyngeal Suction update
Published in the APCP Newsletter 13/9/21
Calling all practice educators and those thinking about supporting students!
APCP Network to Support Therapists Working with Long Covid
The APCP is keen to support its members in managing this challenging and evolving condition and is working with the CSP and RCOT to understand the needs of therapists treating children and young people with long covid and related problems
Advanced Clinical Practitioner (ACP) paediatric curriculum and assessment framework
The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) would like to invite you to take part in a consultation on the first draft of Health Education England’s (HEE) Advanced Clinical Practitioner (ACP) Paediatric curriculum.
NEW NICE GUIDANCE PUBLISHED - Babies, children and young people's experience of healthcare
New guideline from NICE recommends ensuring children and young people are fully informed about their health so that they are empowered to take an active role in their healthcare.