Invitation to tender
Health Education England (HEE) have provided project funding. The projects are now out for tender, and CAHPR welcome applications from any interested parties (including organisations) who may have expertise in the areas.
Music therapy receives royal honour at St James’s Palace
World-leading music therapy led by Professor Helen Odell-Miller OBE was awarded a Queen's Anniversary Prize
Launched - the HEE Allied Health Professions’ Research and Innovation Strategy for England
The Allied Health Professions’ Research and Innovation Strategy for England was launched today at a breakfast broadcast to 1000 people, hosted by Health Education England (HEE).
AHP research strategy for England - launching this month
Join the launch of the Allied Health Professions’ Research & Innovation Strategy, co-produced by 14 AHP associations, at the breakfast broadcast.
Music therapy research celebrated
Outstanding work in music therapy at Anglia Ruskin University, led by Professor Helen Odell-Miller OBE, has been recognised by receiving The Queen’s Anniversary Prize.
New study identifies UK AHP public health research priorities
A new study has identified nine public health research priorities across the allied health professions.
Invitations to tender – UK physiotherapy workforce projects 2021/22
The CSP invites applications for two tenders from researchers with an interest in NHS workforce planning.
AHP researchers – let’s celebrate #AHPsDay - 14 October 2021
#AHPsDay is on 14 October. Help us highlight the contribution AHP researchers make
CAHPR national review - results published
In 2020 CAHPR commissioned a team from Mid Yorkshire Hospitals Trust to conduct a strategic review of CAHPR’s mission, objectives and ways of working. We are pleased to share the results of the review, which will inform our plans to give greater support to AHPs interested in research.
The value of peer support for healthcare professionals involved in research
A new paper published in BMC Medical Education details how online networking among healthcare professionals involved in research has the “potential to strengthen research capacity, support research skill development and drive change within the clinical academic community”.