HEE Consultant Practice Development Pathway Workshops
- Cancer Care – 12th January – 10:00 to 12:30
- MSK – 26th January – 10:00 to 12:30
- Learning Disability and Autism – 16th February – 10:00 to 12:30
- Learning Disability and Autism – 23rd February – 10:00 to 12:30
The HEE Consultant Practitioner Capability and Impact Framework outlines this level of practice and encompasses the career of the Consultant and their expected impact, particularly across integrated systems. The next steps are evidencing the capabilities and impacts demonstrating the transition from advanced to consultant level practice that will form the basis of the consultant practitioner development pathway.
To achieve the co-creation of the development pathway the initial focus will be on three care/client groups. These are Learning Disabilities and Autism, Cancer Care & Musculoskeletal (MSK).
The purpose of the workshop is to co create with key stakeholders the developmental pathway for moving from advanced practice to consultant practice for all pillars (except the expert professional practice pillar) in the HEE multi-professional consultant practice framework.
Please click this link to see the brief for further detail.
The workshops will follow a process of values clarification focusing on identifying:
• What is the ultimate purpose of the developmental pathway?
• How the purpose can be achieved?
• What types/range of learning and developmental opportunities would be required?
• What are the enablers?
• What would the success factors/impact look like for the developmental pathway?
• What other values and beliefs are important to achieving the purpose?
We are committed to ensuring that the workshop has a range of participants from key stakeholders however places are limited.
For this reason, we would be grateful if you could complete this expression of interest form to help us achieve representative participants. You will be contacted to confirm places but, in the meantime, please hold these dates in your calendars.
National Advancing Practice Programme
Health Education England
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