Without nurses, midwives and health care assistants, would healthcare survive? Given the terrifying future projection of 410,000 nurse vacancies in the UK without urgent investment, we may be seen as simply ‘numbers’ like rows of identical paper chain doll workers.
Diane was recently awarded the RCN credential for Advanced Level Nursing Practice. Here, she shares her thoughts on the importance of standardising roles used in Primary Care.
Advanced Nurse Practitioner, Paul Cornforth, talks about the importance of Credentialing for ANPs, patients and employers.
We’re at the start of a busy national advanced practice week and I’m looking forward to the opportunity to discuss and promote the work of advanced nurses and midwives, and other health professionals.
Angela recently gained her Advanced Level Nurse Practitioner Credential. Here, she shares her experience.
Recently published research suggests almost 600 separate job titles are being used by nurses working in advanced practice roles, with no clear link between their education level, competence or experience.
Suzan recently went through the credentialing process, recognising advanced level practice in nursing. Here, she talks about her experience and why she applied.
I completed my nurse training at the beginning of the 1980s in a hospital school of nursing and at the end of three years took my state final exams to become a registered general nurse (RGN).