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Wednesday, 19 January 2011

Latest Leadership Event


Leadership for the Allied Health Professions

Thursday, 10 February 2011
12.00pm — 1.00pm
Seminar Focus
The seminar will highlight the importance of leadership for the Allied Health Professions (AHP).

Seminar Content
Karen will discuss the importance of leadership for the AHP and discuss opportunities for leadership development. The seminar will also include a question and answer session, giving students and clinicians from the AHP groups the opportunity to raise any questions and add to the debate.
Karen Middleton
Karen was appointed as Chief Health Professions Officer for England in March 2007. She is the Government's most senior AHP advisor, providing advice on all aspects of the 12 professions classified in this group. In this role, she has raised the profile of the contribution AHPs can make to transforming health and social care through a range of initiatives including the launch of the Competence-based Career Framework for AHPs, the Service Improvement Programme and the AHP Leadership Challenges.
Karen began her career when she qualified as a chartered physiotherapist in 1985 and went onto specialise in musculoskeletal therapy. She became a Fellow of the Society of Orthopaedic Medicine in 1994, and taught at undergraduate and postgraduate levels in both orthopaedic medicine and hydrotherapy.
For further information or to reserve a place:
Email: chsc-events@salford.ac.uk


Matthew occupational therapist said...

I've heard Karen speak before and should be a very interesting seminar / event. Would love to hear a summary of what's discussed / covered??

Angela said...

Thanks Mathew I will certainly be making sure we blog about the event - watch this space :-)