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By Paula McGee, George Castledine

Complicated nursing perform includes elevated responsibility and position improvement in examine, schooling and scientific perform. This moment variation of complicated Nursing perform specializes in key matters in complicated perform together with supervision, management, benchmarking and evaluate of capabilities, overview and overall healthiness merchandising, legislation and ethics, perform improvement, examine and schooling. * Examines the character of complicated nursing perform * Explores key concerns in complex perform * stories standards for comparing complicated perform * Considers the advance of complicated perform in the united kingdom and proposes a imaginative and prescient for the longer term

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Allen, M. (2001) The nature of advanced nursing practice. Nursing Outlook, 49 (3): 148±53. 30 Advanced Nursing Practice RCN (2002) Nurse Practitioners: An RCN Guide to the Nurse Practitioner Role, Competencies and Programme Accreditation. London: RCN. Stern, P. (1985) Teaching transcultural care in Louisiana from the ground up. Health Care for Women International, 6 (1±3): 175±86. , Drury, M. M. (1987) A nurse practitioner in general nursing practice: working style and pattern of consultation.

Mitchell (2000) has classified 31 32 Advanced Nursing Practice existing competence models in common use in health and social care into three broad types: . Personal competence models ± what people are like . Educational competence models ± what people need to possess . Performance outcome models ± what people need to achieve She suggests that each of the different models have different purposes but can be used in combination. Personal competence models Personal competence models focus on individuals' personal qualities, skills, motives and aspirations ± a mixture of characteristics that are thought to have a direct impact on both individuals' ability to perform and their willingness to do so.

1 Royal College of Nursing criteria for nurse practitioner roles (RCN 2002). A nurse practitioner is one who: . Makes professionally autonomous decisions, for which she/he is accountable . Receives patients with undifferentiated and undiagnosed problems and makes an assessment of their healthcare needs based on highly developed nursing knowledge and skills including skills not usually exercised by nurses such as physical examination . Screens patients for disease risk factors and early signs of illness .

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