Developing the Role of the APNP
This interactive forum is designed to bring you together with other Advanced Paediatric Nurse Practitioners and Paediatric Leads in order to equip you with new tools and knowledge to enable you to develop the role of the APNP. Previously held in March 2018 in Birmingham, this NHS conference was described as “An excellent networking opportunity to meet other APNP’s and compare practice”, “Interesting, thought provoking and relevant” and “A fantastic day which reminded me how to progress my career and develop the role effectively”.
Attending this NHS conference will not only give you a clearer view on Advanced Paediatric Nurse Practitioners roles NHS wide, it will also enable you to discuss how roles were built, how implementation challenges were overcome, how the clinical responsibility can be solidified within the four pillars of the job and what the role will look like going forward.
Come along to this one day seminar and discover realistic ways that your service can:
- Implement APNPs across paediatric services
- Integrated APNPs in medical and nursing MDTs
- Support APNPs in continuous education and training
- Explore the future of the APNP role
- Understand the functionality of Advanced Paediatric Nurse Practitioners
- Establish clinical responsibility for APNPs
- Measure the impact of non-medical prescribing APNPs
- Understand the medical legal and ethical issues surrounding the role
This insightful seminar will offer interesting presentations to help you proactively address the challenges facing Advanced Paediatric Nurse Practitioners. It has been developed to suit the specific needs of:
- Head of Children’s Services and Nursing
- APNP, Service and Ward Managers
- Training and Qualified APNPs
- Matron, Sisters and Lead Nurses
- Consultant Paediatricians
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This event last took place in March 2018 and was described as a "Great networking opportunity, good to meet other APNPs and discuss the challenges everyone’s experiencing", "Excellent content and delivery" and "Excellent range of speakers, very knowledgeable and lots of relevant clinical experiences".
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How to progress and support your Advanced Paediatric Nurse Practitioners: driving forward functionality, training and responsibilities
|9.00||Registration, refreshments and networking|
|9.30||Chair’s opening remarks|
APNP standards and function
|9.40||Update, new education practices and current APNP issues and challenges explored |
Implementation of the HEE Advanced Practice Framework and competencies
Introduction of advanced clinical practice apprentices and changing Non-Medical Prescribing standards
The future of advanced practice education: virtual learning and practitioners directory
|10.20||Insight into functionality: enabling APNPs to deliver in your paedaitric service |
Role definition: what are APNPs for and what responsibilities do they hold?
Understanding and analysis of the policies that affect APNPs in their roles and how to adapt to suit your service
How to continually develop APNPs roles to progress paedaitric services
Kelly Owens, Advanced Paediatric Nurse Practitioner, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust
Developing APNPs in their role
|11.20||Building and maintaining competencies for paediatric advanced practice |
Practical guidance on how to develop, sustain and improve APNP competencies
Understand the role and ensure appropriate use of competency tools
Measuring service improvement: the impact on staff education and patient experience
Kate Dear, Consultant Advanced Clinical Practitioner, Emergency Department, Stockport NHS Foundation Trust
|12.00||Case study: Ideas and outcomes shared from setting up an APNP service |
From theory to reality: overcoming the challenges of setting up a service
Explore how APNPs can set up and run clinics and walk in centres or work in an acute environment
What's next? Progresing a developed service and explore innovative opportunities for paedaitric nurse practitioners
Evolving APNP responsibilities
|1.40||Case study: The journey of a clinical research ANP and lessons learnt along the way|
How has this role been developed into a new service when there is no benchmark for this role in the UK
Overcoming challenges of integrating ANPs into a clinical research setting and engaging consultants and key stakeholders
A look to the future: how the research ANP service is evolving both locally and nationally and the future of new trainees
Lucy Cooper, Advanced Nurse Practitioner, NIHR Birmingham Clinical Research Facility, Birmingham Women's and Children's NHS Foundation Trust
|2.20||Best practice advice for APNP non-medical prescribing |
Latest developments and national update for paediatric non-medical prescribing
Meeting the challenges of non-medical prescribing APNPs and ensuring they are supported in their role
Outcome measures: how including and supporting non-medical prescribing APNPs in your service works in reality
Effective MDT collaboration
|3.20||How APNPs work effective in an MDT: collaborating with medical staff and nurses |
Exploring how to gain support from and fully engage with all medical and nursing staff
APNPs managing patient referrals from other areas of care
How APNPs can develop links with community nurses and review patients outside of the hospital
|4.00||Discussion: How to ensure that APNPs are supported with co-operation across MDTs|
What it can be unclear where APNPs lie within a service, use this discussion session to explore the challenges and find solutions for getting buy-in from across the MDT. From supervising junior doctors to working effectively with nursing staff, the role and remit of an APNP can be wide reaching; how can you ensure that they are supported across the service?
|4.30||Close of day|
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