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*This article is from 2012 but has been left for your information 


Last year the National Allied Health Professional Information Strategy Taskforce (NAHPIST) which many AHPs, CEOs, Chairs and   Professional  Officers, including myself for BADth, attended worked towards the production of a Guide to the Information Strategy. The Guide is now published:  "Making it happen - The power of information: Putting all of us in control of the health and care information we need.  An implementation and reference guide for Allied Health Professionals."

As far as I am aware it seems that this is the only implementation guide for the strategy produced by any group and includes much information that I have written about piece by piece in past editions of The Prompt. 

This document is now publicly available - Click here to download it from the NHS Networks page.

Bruce Howard Bayley, Previous Chair

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