RCN: COVID-19 (coronovirus)
Royal College of Nursing and NHS England (2018) Best value biological medicines: briefing for specialist nurses, November 2018. (no place): (no publisher).
This briefing covers the role of specialist nurses in supporting patients who switch to best value biological medicines. It focusses on adalimumab, biological versions of which are scheduled to be available on a framework agreement on behalf of the NHS from 1 December 2018.
Royal College of Nursing (2018) Immunisation knowledge and skills competence assessment tool, London: RCN.
Royal College of Nursing (2018) Managing childhood immunisation clinics: best practice guidelines (pocket guide), London: RCN
Royal College of Nursing (2016) Personal safety when working alone: guidance for members working in health and social care, London: RCN
RCN Advice guide: Self-employment
Queen’s Nursing Institute (2015) General practice nursing in the 21st century: a time of opportunity: London: QNI.
The Queens Nursing Institute (2016) Transition to general practice nursing toolkit, London: QNI
The Queens Nursing Institute & The Queens Nursing Institute Scotland (2017) The QNI/QNIS voluntary standards for general practice nursing education and practice, London: QNI/QNIS
NHS and The Queens Nursing Institute (2019) General practice nurse induction template, London: NHS
NHS Health Education England (2017) The general practice nursing workforce development plan, London: HEE
NHS England (2016) General practice forward view, London: NHS England
NHS England (2017) General practice – developing confidence, capability and capacity, London: NHS England
NHS (2019) The NHS Long Term Plan, London: NHS
The Faculty of Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (2016) UK medical eligibility criteria for contraceptive use (UKMEC), London: FSRH
Royal College of General Practitioners (2015) General practice nurse competencies, London: RCGP/RCN
National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (2012) Healthcare-associated infections: prevention and control in primary and community care, London: NICE
We would like to thank the RCN General Practice Nursing member community for their input into the development of this subject guide.