ACP development groups and train the trainer sessions project final report
Developing A Community Of Practice To Explore The Value And Impact Of Advanced Practitioners Within Emergency & Urgent Care
A 2022 joint project between the NHSE WT&E SE Region Advancing Practice Faculty and Coesus Medical, lead by Ian Setchfield (Acute Care Nurse Consultant) & James Hardie. NHSE SE Region Advancing Practice Project Manager: Emmie Baker-Larner.
The scope of this project was to develop a Community Of Practice for qualified advanced practitioners in Urgent & Emergency Care, lead by the project lead and the Faculty Training Programme Leads for UEC. The aim was to evaluate how using a CoP in UEC could enable advanced practitioners to measure their effectiveness & value, and to develop a reliable framework for this purpose.
Thames Valley Advanced Critical Care Practitioner Training Programme Director Scoping & Feasibility Project
A 2021/22 project working in cooperation with the Thames Valley School of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine and colleagues across the Thames Valley Deanery and four NHS Trusts within the Thames Valley area. The project lead was Lucy Halpin, RN ACCP (mFICM). NHSE SE Region Advancing Practice Project Manager: Emmie Baker-Larner.
The project aim was to scope the feasibility of a Training Programme Director (TPD) role for trainee Advanced Critical Care Practitioners (ACCP) within the Thames Valley Deanery footprint, provide support and direction for the ongoing development of the Critical Care multi-professional Advanced Practice workforce by working to develop a structured regional ACCP training programme and to make recommendations re: ongoing recruitment, selection, training, and assessment of ACCP trainees within the Thames Valley Deanery with recommendations for the potential of an ongoing TPD role for ACCPs.
University of Winchester – Advanced Clinical Practice, Programme Development Report
A collaborative project between the University of Winchester and the SE Advancing Practice Faculty to develop an ACP MSc programme (both degree apprenticeship and non-apprenticeship routes) with a primary care / community care focus.