What is the AHP Faculty? 

The Nottinghamshire Allied Health Professions (AHP) Faculty is a group of health, social care, education and training providers that formally work together across the Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Integrated Care System (ICS). The AHP Faculty reports to the ICS AHP Cabinet. 
Our aim is to facilitate system-wide working across the Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Integrated Care System - wherever AHPs are to be found. 
The AHP Faculty works collaboratively to ensure the pipeline of AHP professionals continues to thrive and grow - we do this by focusing on our AHP workforce through partnerships and projects. 
We work to support the following important aspects of Allied Health Professionals’ career journeys.... 
Work experience 
Development, coordination and expansion of clinical placements 
Return to practice 
A video of "How an AHP Faculty works"

Our Partners 

Our partners include Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, Nottingham CityCare, Sherwood Forest Healthcare Trust, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, City and County Councils, Primary Care Networks, GP practices, private, independent and voluntary organisations, careers and training hubs and our local universities who train AHPs – so that we can listen, learn and work strategically together to support our workforce of AHPs in Nottinghamshire. 

Who are Allied Health Professionals? 

Allied Health Professionals (AHPs) are a diverse group of 14 different registered clinical staff, providing diagnostic, technical and therapeutic patient care. They are at the forefront of services – using their expertise around promoting recovery, enablement and positive risk taking, to add life to years, prevent relapse and reduce risks. 
AHPs work to deliver effective, flexible and innovative services to enable people to live well in their communities. 
Visit NHS England and Improvement's website for more information about the 14 Allied Health Professions. 
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