CAHPR has published a framework of research practitioner competencies to support practitioners, managers, educators and leaders to review and plan practitioner roles, activity and support systems within a range of practice settings.
The framework describes the knowledge and skills required of allied health professionals (AHPs) working in research from basic competency to advanced and research leadership levels.
The generation and application of research should be embedded in health and social care practice in order to improve services, promote health, wellbeing and safety of service users, and to optimise the effective use of resources. This new resource offers a practical framework to support making research ‘core business’ to clinical practice whilst also forging pathways and career progression for AHPs to become leaders in the field of applied health research.
The Council for Allied Health Professions in Research (CAHPR) research framework was developed through a collaboration with National Institute for Health Research Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care Yorkshire & Humber (NIHR CLAHRC YH).
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