As part of the ongoing work around the NMAHP Contribution to Transforming Tayside, the Allied Health Professions Directorate has launched a Tayside-wide survey to find out about AHPs’ engagement with research.
AHP research lead Dr Jenna Breckenridge is inviting all AHPs to complete the survey and will use the results to design a tailored strategy and programme of support to strengthen the profile of AHP research in Tayside.
The study (which has ethical approval from the University of Dundee) will be the first of its kind to explore AHP research culture in Scotland, adding to a growing international literature in this area.
Jenna wants to hear from as many AHPs as possible, whether or not you identify as research active. She is interested in the views of all the AHP professions, at all levels, across Angus, Dundee and Perth & Kinross. This includes AHP support workers and spiritual care colleagues.
If this sounds like you, then please click this link to complete the questionnaire
This is an exciting opportunity to not only have a say in how NHS Tayside supports AHP research as an organisation, but to contribute to the global understanding of how best to maximise opportunities for AHP research.