Clinical healthcare support workers
Clinical healthcare support workers assist nurses, therapists, midwives, hospital doctors and other healthcare professionals to deliver high-quality person-centred care.
Dietetic support workers help dietitians to improve patients' diet and nutrition.
Maternity support workers help midwives to care for mothers, their babies and families before, during and after childbirth.
Nursing Support Workers provide care and treatment to people as part of the wider nursing team.
Occupational Therapy Support Workers assist Occupational Therapists to help people carry out everyday activities.
Orthotic Support Workers work alongside Orthotists to help patients who need orthotics to support their limbs or spine.
Physiotherapy Support Workers assist Physiotherapists to improve patients’ ability to move.
Assistant Practitioners in this area support Podiatrists to help patients with conditions of the foot and ankle.
Prosthetic Support Workers assist prosthetists by manufacturing artificial limbs to help restore people's mobility.
Radiography Support Workers assist Radiographers with procedures such as processing digital images.
Speech and language therapy support workers help clients overcome speech, language and swallowing problems.
Theatre Support Workers support the surgical team, during and after operations.