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Ellie Morrison 16h
Our fabulous students took every single learning opportunity with both hands! So great to hear their opinions and thoughts on our ! Our patients and department miss them both!
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Suzanne Rastrick Nov 27
Replying to @rossco_88
My lived experience of visits & from itself is that absolutely do! The ‘community’ of with all its differences is what makes it great & is enhanced by all branches of the profession.
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Zoe Good Oct 14
What a great day to start as an occupational therapist 🎉🙌🏻
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OTinCornwallFT Oct 14
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Royal Papworth AHPs Oct 16
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Rupert Leslie Oct 14
Reflecting on on what it means to be part of a community. Being an Allied Health Professional has been incredibly humbling this year. Awe struck with how phenomenal the whole NHS team is. All working together to make a difference.
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Rachel England Oct 14
Paul from the occupational therapy team sharing his great reasons to be an occupational therapist on
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Bec Kimber Oct 16
It was a privilege to highlight and present the ongoing need for collaboration between and the incredible team at , to ensure safety and quality of life in our neuro population with
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Terpsi Karpasiti Oct 14
Our brave Haem-oncology Dietitian Lucinda having an NG tube inserted for , to be able to share this experience with her patients.
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WWLOrthoptics Oct 14
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Joy Conway Oct 14
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Onthefrontlineahps Oct 20
We reflected on comments about all 14 AHP professions in the lead up to , but let's also appreciate another amazing group of people whom we could not be without: our // . The comments say it all!
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Claire D'Agostino Oct 16
A huge thank you to everyone who has supported, contributed and joined this week's celebrations. It has been phenomenal! We've started a number of conversations which we need to pick up on. to name a few.
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Cornwall & IoS AHP Faculty Oct 14
A massive thank you for being awesome! So appreciate all of the work that everyone is doing to adapt to ensure high quality for our future workforce. on
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Adult Speech and Language Therapy, Lanarkshire Oct 14
On , Rebecca is sharing why Speech & Language Therapy is such an important and worthwhile job 🗣️
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Annemarie Harris Oct 16
It's been a hectic week and I still can't quite believe I was nominated.. and won Paramedic of the year! Thank you and all that nominated me ❤️
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Joe Chadwick-Bell Oct 14
On I want to thank all of our amazing AHPs who play such a vital part of providing Outstanding care
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Debbie Grimes SLT Oct 14
acute medicine team celebrating AHP day today
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Suzanne Bolam Oct 17
Such great examples of brilliant AHP leadership across as part of our celebration 🎉 Please take a 👀⬇️
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Matthew Jamison Oct 16
After great to see physios, OTs, SLTs and Dietician all working together to step up once again to the proning team. Great training today!
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