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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

  • Prepare nurses to lead in a changed healthcare system

  • Modernise the image of nursing and nursing careers


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

Advanced Generalist Practitioner

Specialist Practitioner

NHS Lanarkshire


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….

  • 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


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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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