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Advanced Nursing Practice & Credentialing

Monday 2 July 2018
De Vere West One Conference Centre, London

Advanced Nursing Practice & Credentialing
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“Advanced Practice is very much in the spotlight and has developed rapidly in the last two years. Many organisations and professionals do not understand what Advanced Practice is and there is a significant variation in practice.”  Ollie Phipps Chair, Advanced Nurse Practitioner Forum Royal College of Nursing & Acute Care Nurse Consultant East Kent Hospitals University Foundation Trust, March 2018

“Nursing continues to develop and change… The RCN is introducing a credentialing approach – formal recognition for each nurse, their colleagues, employers and most importantly, patients and the public, of the advanced level of expertise and skill that nurses awarded the credential have achieved. This will be evidenced across the four pillars of: clinical practice, leadership, education and research. This is not about a job title; it is about recognising the level of practice a nurse is working at.”  The Royal College of Nursing, 2017

This National Conference will focus on developing and demonstrating Advanced Nursing Practice, and meeting the criteria laid down by the Royal College of Nursing to gain the RCN ANP through the credentialing process.  Through national updates, extended sessions and practical case studies the conference will support you to demonstrate competence the credentialing criteria and four pillars outlined by the RCN; clinical practice, leadership, education and research.

This conference will enable you to:

  • Network with colleagues who are working at an advanced practice level
  • Reflect on national developments in demonstrating advanced practice through RCN Credentialing
  • Understand the pathways to achieving the RCN Advanced Level Nursing Practice Credential
  • Improve your understanding of the four pillars of advanced practice
  • Develop your skills and demonstrate competence in Advanced Clinical Practice: Clinical Assessment,  History Taking, Investigations and Diagnosis
  • Understand how you can improve your Leadership Skills
  • Identify key strategies for using the National Prescribing Competency Framework to demonstrate nurse prescribing competence
  • Developing your skills in Nursing Research & demonstrating continuous education and training  
  • Reflect on case studies of Advanced Nursing Practice, and the experience of Advanced Nurses
  • Self assess and reflect on your own practice
  • Gain cpd accreditation points contributing to professional development and revalidation evidence
     

100% of delegates at our previous conference on this subject would recommend it to a colleagues

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