The Office of Allied Health was invited by the BHCIP, a project initiated by the Government of Baluchistan and funded by the World Bank to review medical technician curriculum. A team of 15 participants from 3 different offices [Allied Health, Nursing Services and Obstetrics and Gynecology] participated and reviewed 10 curriculums. The team provided valuable insights and a way forward to the BHCIP leadership. 

The Office of Allied Health celebrated the Allied Health Professionals’ Day to showcase allied health programmes. It was the first event of its nature at AKU for allied health professionals. More than 200 professionals and trainees attended the programme held on October 14, 2022, with the theme of “Showcasing Allied Health Professions” from different universities and institutions. The event showcased all the training programmes of AKU in as poster displays, one-minute reels, and creative artworks. Best poster, reel, and creative art project winners were awarded trophies. Certificates were distributed to the first cohort of the faculty training workshop. ​ 

​A basic course was offered by the Office of Allied Health on Designing Allied Health Education Programmes. The course was attended by 14 participants from five different allied health departments. It was offered as eight short workshops covering a range of topics on planning and designing academic programmes, concept notes and financial feasibility, designing learning objectives, student and faculty engagement activities, gamification in education, social media advocacy, and planning professional development courses.  ​​

Inaugural Associate Dean of the Office of Allied Health along with her team met with more than 100 allied health trainees and students. The purposes of these meetings were to build a rapport with the students, share goals of the office, and explore students' expectations and experiences of traineeship programmes and the institution. The Office aims to increase student engagement through more student-centric initiatives.