Physiotherapy Clinic Safeguarding Procedures
The University of Bradford Physiotherapy Clinic Safeguarding Procedures outlines it's commitment to the welfare and safety of it's service users.
This page serves as appendix G of the University Safeguarding Policy and Procedures. Explore further by visiting our Safeguarding section of our website or Physiotherapy and Sports Rehabilitation Clinic pages.
The Physiotherapy and Sports Rehabilitation Clinic follows the University Safeguarding Policy and Procedures. The Clinic will appoint a Safeguarding Lead who will liaise with the University’s Designated Safeguarding Lead for the purposes of the operation of the operation of the University Safeguarding Policy and Procedures within the clinic.
All staff operating in the clinic are registered with the Health Care and Professions Council (HCPC). Students operating in the clinic are supervised by an HCPC registered professional at all times.
- All under 18s and adults at risk are identified at the time of booking.
- All under 18s and adults at risk are accompanied by a parent, guardian or carer during physiotherapy appointments.
Safeguarding disclosures or concerns arising during physiotherapy appointments will follow the University’s Safeguarding Policy and Procedures and will be reported immediately to the University’s Designated Safeguarding Officer.
Clinic users wishing to raise safeguarding concerns arising from their use of the Physiotherapy Clinic should report these concerns to the University’s Designated Safeguarding Officer.
Information on Safeguarding will be displayed within the clinic.
The Safeguarding Lead for the Physiotherapy Clinic is Jamie Moseley.