CNOD ANP Paper 2 Published Transforming Nursing Roles Advanced Nursing Practice - Phase II Introduction The Transforming Roles paper on Advanced Nursing Practice (ANP) set out core competencies, education priorities and supervision requirements for ANP roles in Scotland. Following publication, the Advanced Practice Short Life Working Group (SLWG) agreed to a second phase to expand this work to include: • Core Competencies for Acute, Primary Care, Mental Health and Paediatrics/Neonates • Metrics for measuring outcomes • Non-clinical time • Supervision • Advanced Practice Academies. Please click the graphic below to access the new paper.
NHS Grampian has piloted a number of aspects of Scottish Academy work, and have published the following articles which you may find interesting. They are both in the same Issue of RCNi Nursing Management, which is freely available on Knowledge Network - either when on NHS Scotland premises or through your Athens account login. Establishing an advanced care academy and its role in advanced practitioner development. Nursing Management [Online]. Available: https://journals-rcni-com.knowledge.idm.oclc.org/doi/full/10.7748/nm.2019.e1856 [Accessed 29/09/2020].Citation: Kindness, K., Gray, H., Moggach, A., Croft, A., & Hiscox, C. Establishing an advanced care academy and its role in advanced practitioner development. Nursing Management, doi:10.7748/nm.2019.e1856.Steering national standards to advanced clinical practice. In Nursing management [Online]. Available: https://journals-rcni-com.knowledge.idm.oclc.org/nursing-management/feature/steering-national-standards-to-advanced-clinical-practice-nm.26.5.12.s8/full [Accessed 29/09/2020].Citation: Kindness, K.(2019).Steering national standards to advanced clinical practice. Nursing Management, 26(5), 12-15.doi:10.7748/nm.26.5.12.s8.