Advanced practice in the workforce

Case studies and advanced practitioner stories

Sohail Akram – Advanced Practice in Primary Care

Professor Sujeet Jaydeokar – Advanced Practice in Learning Disability

Deepak Agnithori – Trainee Advanced Practitioner

James Cook – Advanced Practice in Learning Disability

Natalie Hewitt – Advanced Practice in Speech and Language Therapy

Adele Barber – Advanced Nurse Practitioner

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Supporting videos

In November 2020, the Centre for Advancing Practice published ‘Workplace Supervision for Advanced Clinical Practice: An integrated multi-professional approach for practitioner development’.  We have created nine videos to accompany this guidance, providing insights about best practice in multi-professional supervision for advanced practice. These insights have been gathered through conversations with colleagues working in advanced practice in a variety of clinical settings. 

Watch all nine videos on YouTube here

Workplace supervision for advanced practice – introduction

Multi-professional advanced practice credentials

Multi-professional advanced practice credentials are an important component of developing a responsive, flexible workforce to meet changing population, patient and service delivery needs. Credentials’ development, delivery and take-up should increase advanced practice capability and capacity. In turn, this should support sustainable, high-quality approaches to meeting population needs and deliver patient benefit.

Advanced Practice Credentials

Events and webinar recordings

Advanced Practice – Empowering People, Transforming Care

Empower yourself – look after your wellbeing
What is advanced practice a service user perspective
The story so far: Learning from the successful advanced mental health community of practice
Embedding supervision in advanced practice development
Aspiring advanced clinical practitioners
Empowering case studies from across London

Advancing Practice – Extraordinary People, Extraordinary Care

Key Note 1 – Extraordinary People, Extraordinary Care.
What does it mean to be the advanced practice lead?
Making the economic argument for advanced practice
Continuous professional development for advanced practitioners

More videos from Extraordinary People, Extraordinary care – Key Notes and Mainstage

Advancing Practice – Taking Centre Stage

Advanced Practice 2020 – Day 1 Introduction
Advanced Practice 2020 – Day 2 Introduction
Advanced Practice 2020 – Day 2 Q&A

More videos from Taking Centre Stage – 2020 Conference

Multidisciplinary Advanced Practice Credential in Learning Disability and Autism: Webinar – 15.12.20
Higher Education webinar – planning FCP level 7 modules