Advanced Clinical Practice at a Glance (At a Glance (Nursing and Healthcare)) (Paperback)
Advanced Clinical Practice at a Glance
The market-leading at a Glance series is popular among healthcare students and newly qualified practitioners for its concise, simple approach and excellent illustrations.
Each bite-sized chapter is covered in a double-page spread with clear, easy-to-follow diagrams, supported by succinct explanatory text.
Covering a wide range of topics, books in the at a Glance series are ideal as introductory texts for teaching, learning and revision, and are useful throughout university and beyond.
Everything you need to know about Advanced Clinical Practice ... at a Glance
Advanced Clinical Practice at a Glance is an inclusive multi-professional resource that provides essential guidance for healthcare students on a myriad of topics related to advanced clinical practice. This book focuses on NMC and HCPC regulatory body requirements and is also aligned to nationally recognised advanced practitioner training curricula such as the Faculty Intensive Care Medicine (FICM), the Royal College of Emergency Medicine (RCEM) and the Royal College of Nursing (RCN).
Made for the practicing clinician, Advanced Clinical Practice at a Glance is the perfect size for busy healthcare professionals. The snapshot figures and key points make the information highly accessible. Each chapter is written in a format that enables the reader to review and comprehend chapters individually. This valuable text includes:
- Guidance on undergraduate and postgraduate education programmes to allow students to prepare for more advanced level roles
- How to achieve transformation in advanced clinical practice via key functions like programme accreditation and recognition of education and training equivalence
- A directory of practitioners to recognise those working at an advanced level of practice across specialties
Containing essential practical and theoretical guidance, Advanced Clinical Practice at a Glance is a must-have modern resource for all healthcare students looking to get involved in the field, plus professionals working in disciplines that intersect with advanced clinical care.
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About the Author
Barry Hill has been a registered nurse for 17 years and is skilled in acute and critical care. He worked in general, cardiac and neuro trauma ICU at Imperial College NHS trust and progressed from staff nurse to a surgical matron. Barry began working as a clinical mentor in intensive care nursing in 2006 and has worked in Higher Education teaching both undergraduate and postgraduate students since 2014. His key areas of interest are acute and critical care, clinical skills, pharmacology, and advanced level practice. Barry has published widely in journals and books and is a Senior Fellow with the Higher Education Academy. Sadie Diamond Fox qualified as an adult nurse in 2008 and has worked in various critical care departments since. During this time, she progressed from Registered Nurse to her current specialist roles as an Advanced Critical Care Practitioner, non-medical prescriber and Senior Lecturer. Sadie has various national links and responsibilities within the field of advanced practice. She is co-founder and co-lead for Advanced Clinical Practice Academic Network (ACPAN), Intensive Care Society (ICS) Council Member and chair for the ICS Advanced Practitioners in Critical Care Professional Advisory Group.