• 20Dec

    Provision of health information & support central to Scotland consensus statement

    A Consensus Statement has been published by the thirteen Allied Health Professions in Scotland on the minimum quality service values people in Scotland can expect from Allied Health Professionals and Allied Health Professions service providers.

    The Statement sets out that service users can expect Allied Health Professionals (AHPs) to provide them with accessible sources of information about their health, wellbeing, health care and support services, processes and decisions which will allow them to be involved as fully as possible in their care and support pathways.

    The Statement also says service users can expect AHPs to advance their use of technology, telecare and telehealth, as it becomes available to them, for the benefit of the service user towards increasing the choice, range and efficiency of services delivered..

    The Consensus Statement on Allied Health Professions Scotland Quality Service Values has been developed in partnership with the Allied Health Professions Federation Scotland, the AHP Directors Scotland and the Scottish Government.

    More details about the project, along with the full statement, are available to read here.Provision of health information & support central to Scotland consensus statement

    A consensus statement has been published by the thirteen Allied Health Professions in Scotland on the minimum quality service values the people of Scotland can expect from Allied Health Professionals and Allied Health Professions service providers.

    The Statement sets out that service users can expect Allied Health Professionals (AHPs) to provide them with accessible sources of information about their health, wellbeing, health care andmsupport services, processes and decisions which will allow them to be involved as fully as possible in their care and support pathways.

    The Statement also says service users can expect AHPs to advance their use of technology, telecare and telehealth, as it becomes available to them, for the benefit of the service user towards increasing the choice, range and efficiency of services delivered.

    The Consensus Statement on Allied Health Professions Scotland Quality Service Values has been developed in partnership with the Allied Health Professions Federation Scotland, the AHP Directors Scotland and the Scottish Government.

    More details about the project, along with the full statement, are available to read here.