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Advanced Practice Succession Planning Development Pathway Maggie Grundy Janet Corcoran. Background. NMC (2005) Modernising Nursing Careers (2006) Priority actions: Develop a competent and flexible nursing workforce Update career pathways and career choices

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Background
Background

  • NMC (2005)

  • Modernising Nursing Careers (2006)Priority actions:

  • Develop a competent and flexible nursing workforce

  • Update career pathways and career choices

  • Prepare nurses to lead in a changed healthcare system

  • Modernise the image of nursing and nursing careers


Advanced practice
Advanced Practice

  • A level of Practice, rather than a role or title

  • Applicable across practice contexts

  • Applicable across professional contexts

  • ‘Specialist’ practice is not above or below ‘Advanced’ practice – it is on a different continuum.


Expert Practice

Specialist

Practice

Generalist

Practice

Novice Practice


Diagram to illustrate advanced practice

Diagram to Illustrate Advanced Practice

Advanced Generalist Practitioner

Specialist Practitioner

NHS Lanarkshire


Succession planning
Succession Planning

  • Building talent through flexible options to develop

  • individuals (Cunningham 2007).

  • Not “Job Titles” but key skills and behaviours

  • required to enable organisations to achieve its goals

  • and strategies (Guinn 2000).

  • A national approach towards key skills and

  • behaviours through education provision is necessary

  • at advanced practitioner level given the extensive and rapid change highlighted in BHBC (SGHD 2007).


  • 1. Central Supporting Mechanisms (Infrastructure)

  • Includes:

  • Organisational support

  • Development Needs Analysis Tool

  • On-line Action Learning

    Sets

  • Critical Companionship

  • 4. Underpinning Principles

  • (Development)

  • Autonomous Practice

  • Critical Thinking

  • High levels of Decision Making& Problem Solving

  • Values Based Care

  • Improving Practice

Advanced Practice

Pilot Succession

Planning Development Pathway

  • 2. Four Overarching Themes

  • (Areas of Learning)

  • Advanced Clinical

    Practice

  • Leadership

  • Facilitating Learning

  • Research

3. Examples of

Educational Solutions

(Methods of Delivery)

Includes:

Workbased Learning and/or Academic Education


Pilot so far
Pilot so far….

  • Regional Events – 2007

  • National Steering Group

  • Consultation with key stakeholders, and links to other projects

  • Recruitment - Completion of Development Needs

  • Analysis Tool and Interview

  • Two cohorts recruited March ’08 & Sept ’08

  • Critical Companions prepared

  • Action Learning sets ongoing

  • Evaluation commenced



More Senior Staff – level 9

Consultant Practitioner – level 8

Consultant NMAHPs

Clinical

Academic

Careers

Advanced

Practice

Toolkit

Advanced Practitioner – level 7

SCN/CQI

Project

Senior Practitioner – level 6

Early

Clinical Career Fellowships

‘Effective Practitioner’

Registered Practitioner – level 5

Flying Start NHS

Associate Practitioner – level 4

Senior Support Worker – level 3

HCSW Toolkit Project

Support Worker - level 2

Support Worker – level 1

Scottish initiatives to support the Nursing Career Framework


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