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Masterclass: Setting up your Nurse-Led Clinic

Tuesday 27 September 2016
Hallam Conference Centre, London

Masterclass: Setting up your Nurse-Led Clinic

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Since the late 1990s nurse-led clinics in the UK have become a diverse and effective method of meeting patient needs. 

With an ageing patient population and increasing chronic ill health nurse-led clinics will continue to grow in order to educate, empower, manage and optimise patient health. 

There are a variety of factors that need to be considered when setting up a nurse-led clinic and careful forward planning can markedly enhance the quality of services offered to patients and family/loved ones. 

This masterclass offers time for delegates to consider the steps and key issues prior to the first patients arriving at the clinic. 

The day will offer the opportunity to not only reflect on potential service gaps and plan to address these but also to reflect on personal development skills that need to be addressed.  

The aim of this masterclass is to empower individuals to apply a range of skills to successfully set up an effective nurse-led clinic.

 

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