Town Hall - AHP Critical Care Capability Framework

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We would like to invite you to a Town Hall on our new collaborative project with NHS Elect, to build on existing pathways and documents to co-produce a comprehensive Allied Health Professional critical care capability framework on Weednesday 31 May, 12:30pm– 1:30pm.

This project recognises there is a clear need for a harmonised approach to workforce training, to deliver care safely, while contributing to longer term goals of providing high quality learning environments and maximising workforce efficiency.

This framework will include five AHP professions (physiotherapists, occupational therapists, dietitians, operating department practitioners, and speech and language therapists) across seven levels of practice (supportive, assistive, novice, intermediate, enhanced, advanced and consultant).

As we are getting ready to embark on this work, we will be hosting this virtual event to outline the scope of this project, meet the team and also provide you with the opportunity to ask any questions you have.



Townhall starts.


The Intensive Care Society, NHS Elect and NHS England Workforce, Training and Education partnership.


AHP Capability Framework: introduction and scope of the project


Meet the five AHP professional leads




Townhall closes

* Live questions will be submitted via the chat function to the moderator for answer, however, dependant on time, some questions may not be answered live.

** If you are unable to attend the Townhall but would like to submit a question, please send them to the Society’s Head of Communications, Alex Day, via

We have 300 spaces available, and bookings are based on a first come, first serve basis.


Beverley Harden

Beverley Harden

Deputy Chief Allied Health Professions Officer for England

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Sandy  Mather

Sandy Mather

Chief Executive, Intensive Care Society

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