This webinar will explore the role of the advanced critical care practitioner, walk employers through the introduction of medical associate professions (MAPs) and share the learning we have gained over the past several months speaking to employers across England.
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- Sharon Harrison, National Programme Lead, Health Education England.
- Carole Boulanger, Consultant Nurse, Advanced Critical Care Practitioner and Chair of NaACCP, Royal Devon and Exeter Foundation NHS Trust.
- Khalida Wilson, Programme Manager, NHS Employers.
This webinar will help you to:
- understand the function, deployment and benefits of MAP roles within multidisciplinary medical models of care, demonstrating how such roles support patient care and assist doctors to fulfil their duties
- find out more about how the ACCP role fits into the workforce, helping to improve continuity of care and freeing up training time for doctors in training
- learn about the education and training framework for the ACCP role
- gain a better understanding about the business case for introducing these roles
- find out more about practical steps which can be taken to evaluate the impact of the MAPS roles.
There will also be an opportunity for you to ask any questions about the roles.
Who should attend?
The webinar is primarily aimed at:
- directors of workforce
- medical directors and their deputies
- directors of postgraduate medical education
- medical education managers
- medical education leads
- medical staffing leads.
It will also be of interest to all those who play a part in workforce planning processes.
To participate you simply need a computer with internet access which will enable you to see the presenter's slides and submit online questions. You will also need a telephone line so that you can hear the presenters. To ensure that you are able to join the webinar please look at the system requirement guidance.
Please ensure you dial in 10 minutes before the session is due to start.