By Paula McGee, George Castledine
Complex nursing perform includes elevated responsibility and function improvement in examine, schooling and medical perform. This moment variation of complex Nursing perform specializes in key matters in complex perform together with supervision, management, benchmarking and assessment of expertise, evaluate and future health advertising, legislations and ethics, perform improvement, learn and schooling. * Examines the character of complicated nursing perform * Explores key concerns in complicated perform * experiences standards for comparing complicated perform * Considers the improvement of complicated perform in the united kingdom and proposes a imaginative and prescient for the long run
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Chapter 3 A Definition of Advanced Practice for the UK Paula McGee and George Castledine Introduction Influences on advanced practice in the UK The United Kingdom Central Council The Royal College of Nursing Higher-level practice project Expert practice Health policy and reform Nurse consultants and modern matrons Conceptualising advanced practice Professional maturity Challenging professional boundaries Pioneering innovations Conclusion Key questions for Chapter 3 References 17 18 18 19 20 20 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 28 28 Introduction The United Kingdom Central Council (UKCC) first used the term `advanced practice' formally in its report on post-registration education and practice (UKCC 1994).
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Mitchell (2000) has classified 31 32 Advanced Nursing Practice existing competence models in common use in health and social care into three broad types: . Personal competence models ± what people are like . Educational competence models ± what people need to possess . Performance outcome models ± what people need to achieve She suggests that each of the different models have different purposes but can be used in combination. Personal competence models Personal competence models focus on individuals' personal qualities, skills, motives and aspirations ± a mixture of characteristics that are thought to have a direct impact on both individuals' ability to perform and their willingness to do so.