Educational podcasts and videos focusing on Diagnosis and Management of Clinical Conditions.
Don’t forget to log your learning points & reflections as part of your CPD. CQC are particularly keen to see any evidence of your learning and how you apply it
According to Health Education England Advanced clinical practice (ACP) is a defined level of practice within clinical professions such as nursing, pharmacy, paramedics, and occupational therapy. This level of practice is designed to transform and modernise pathways of care, enabling the safe and effective sharing of skills across traditional professional boundaries.
It is advisable that all practices ensure that the person undertaking any procedure is competent and has the required level of training and is compliant with Infection Control policies and procedures. This is particularly important if the procedures are being undertaken by subcontractors and or locums not directly employed by the Practice.
Group consultations, also known as shared medical appointments (SMAs), have been in existence in the USA and Australia for some time, with increased interest in the UK. Research has shown that they have advantages for both patient and clinicians.