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By Paula McGee, George Castledine

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Complex nursing perform consists of elevated responsibility and function improvement in examine, schooling and scientific perform. This moment version of complicated Nursing perform specializes in key concerns in complicated perform together with supervision, management, benchmarking and review of abilities, evaluate and healthiness merchandising, legislation and ethics, perform improvement, learn and schooling. * Examines the character of complex nursing perform * Explores key concerns in complicated perform * reports standards for comparing complex perform * Considers the improvement of complicated perform in the united kingdom and proposes a imaginative and prescient for the longer term

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A process of consensus-forming and negotiation is usually used to set the level of expected achievement, although the level can also be informed by observation and analysis of work. The specification can focus on minimum standards of practice or good practice standards. Such models can be generic models, designed to be applied to different areas of practice, or can be aimed at particular areas of work. The competence statements may focus on the here and now and/or include emerging future requirements.

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In a study reported in Chapter 17 of this book, Castledine and Mason found that, out of 50 nurse specialists in the NHS hospital trust, there were only 6±8 nurses truly working at a higher level. It would seem that considerable experience, approximately 10 years, is needed before the full development of specific competences for advanced practice can be realised. Castledine and Mason argue that, using the same principles developed by the UKCC for higher-level practice, criteria for all clinical nurses, especially those working in specialist practice, could be identified.

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