Physiotherapy job opportunity at Guy's Cancer Centre
An exciting opportunity has arisen for 2 full and or part-time skilled and enthusiastic physiotherapists to join our outpatient oncology physiotherapy team at Guy’s Cancer Centre to cover a period of maternity leave.
Quick Guide: the role of allied health professionals in supporting people to live well with and beyond cancer
This quick guide document has been produced to support health and care staff improve outcomes for people living with or beyond cancer
Moving Medicine resource
A new resource that will improve conversations about physical activity between patients and healthcare professionals has been launched
Post-Transplant Care Consultation
The Anthony Nolan Trust have created a post-transplant care pathway in collaboration with an Expert Steering Group consisting of healthcare professionals, managers and patients. They are looking for feedback on the draft pathway
Scottish Colorectal Study Day - 30th November, Glasgow
Bowel Cancer UK are holding a Scottish Colorectal Study Day on Friday 30th November at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow
NHS England End of Life Care Webinars
The national End of Life Care (EoLC) programme team are hosting a series of webinars in the Autumn
ACPOPC autumn conference 2018 - resources
Allied Health Professionals invited to apply to become NICE fellows or scholars
National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) is offering the chance for AHPs working in health and social care to gain a unique insight into the work of NICE, influence its work, and gain access to a range of career enhancing opportunities through its fellows and scholars programmes.
AHPs into Action: Supporting people living with and beyond cancer - 15th October 2018
This NHS England event is aimed at leaders in LWBC, the aim of the day is to celebrate the fantastic work of AHPs and to explore future challenges and opportunities.
Survey about physiotherapy following breast reconstruction
Warwick University are carrying out research looking at physiotherapy following breast reconstruction in the UK