News and presentations from today's conference A Practical Guide to Supporting and Developing the role of the Assistant Practitioner.
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160 people have joined us for the first Assistant Practitioner conference today which demonstrates the appetite for this event! The conference will shed light on the issues surrounding the role and has brought together key decision makers, departmental managers, course leaders and assistant practitioners (current and aspiring) together in one place to effect positive and sustainable change.
Supporting and developing the role of the Assistant Practitioner
National Senior Programme Manager – Apprenticeships
Health Education England - Talent for Care
• support for the AP role
• national developments and where the AP sits in regard to other developing roles such as Nursing Associates
• an update from Health Education England
Jane Hadfield National Senior Programme Manager – Apprenticeships, Health Education England, opened the conference with a national address from HEE focusing on the importance of Assistant Practitioners and how we can support and develop Assistant Practitioners.
Assistant Practitioners and the RCN
Professional Lead- Nursing Support Workers & Long Term Conditions
• the evolution of the Assistant Practitioner role
• benefits of membership for Assistant Practitioners
• how the RCN supports Assistant Practitioners, from Learning and Development to Mental Health
Ofrah Muflahi Professional Lead- Nursing Support Workers & Long Term Conditions at RCN continued the discussion with her presentation on the role of the RCN with regard to Assistant Practitioners and the support that RCN can offer.
A Practical Guide to Supporting & Developing the role of the Assistant Practitioner Second Annual Conference Call for Abstracts
Assistant Practitioner UK supported by Healthcare Conferences UK are pleased to announce the second Annual Assistant Practitioner Conference on Thursday 23rd June 2022 which will share good practice in developing the role of the Assistant Pracittioner. We are opening part of the 2022 conference to abstracts, although presentations from invited speakers will also be a major part of the event.
Please submit your Abstract submissions here https://www.hc-uk.org.uk/assets/conferences-and-masterclasses/call-for-abstracts-2022.doc
All abstracts should be emailed to clare:@hc-uk.org.uk
Deadline for submission: Friday 23rd September