Publication - Corporate report

Transforming Nursing, Midwifery And Health Profession (NMaHP) roles: review of Clinical Nurse Specialist and Nurse Practitioner roles within Scotland

Published: 5 Aug 2021
Directorate:
Chief Nursing Officer Directorate
Part of:
Health and social care
ISBN:
9781839606069

The report of the Short Life Working Group (SLWG) set up by the Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) to review the role of the Clinical Nurse Specialist as part of the Transforming Roles Programme, and improve national consistency in Scotland for Clinical Nurse Specialist and Specialist Practitioner roles.

Transforming Nursing, Midwifery And Health Profession (NMaHP) roles: review of Clinical Nurse Specialist and Nurse Practitioner roles within Scotland
Footnotes

Footnotes

1. Royal College of Nursing (2009) Specialist Nurses Make a Difference. RCN Policy Unit, Policy Briefing 14/2009.

2. Fletcher M (2011) Assessing the value of specialist nurses. Nursing Times 107: (30-31).

3. Leary, A., Maclaine, K., Trevatt, P., Radford, M., and Punshon, G. (2017) Variation in job titles within nursing workforce. Journal of Clinical Nursing 26(23-24) p.4945-4950.

4. ibid.

5. As per footnote 1.

6. NHS Education for Scotland (2021) NES NMaHP Development Framework: What is the NMAHP development framework.

7. The Scottish Government (2017) Transforming Nursing, Midwifery and Health Professions' (NMaHP) Roles: Advanced Nursing Practice Phase II. Paper 2, published 22 December 2017.

8. Definition and Characteristics of the Role.

9. As per footnote 6.

10. As per footnote 7.

11. Advanced nursing practice - transforming nursing roles: phase two.

12. As per footnote 6.

13. NHS Education for Scotland (2019a) Turas Professional Portfolio.

14. Information Services Division (ISD) (2017a) NHSScotland Workforce Information Quarterly Update of Staff in Post and Vacancies at 30 September 2017, Published: 5 December 2017.

15. ibid.

16. ISD (2017b) NHSScotland Workforce Statistics: Clinical Nurse Specialist.

17. The Scottish Government (2017) Specialist Nursing and Care Fund: Report, published 22 September 2017.

18. ISD (2010) Clinical Nurse Specialists, Nursing and Midwifery.

19. As per footnote 6.

20. As per footnote 6.

21. As per footnote 6.

22. ibid.

23. ibid.

24. As per footnote 6.

25. NHS Education for Scotland (2019a) Turas Professional Portfolio.

26. NHS Education for Scotland (2019b) NES Clinical Supervision model.

27. NHS Education for Scotland (2018) Advanced Practice Toolkit.

28. ISD (2019) National Data Catalogue.

29. Healthcare Improvement Scotland (undated) Quality of Care Approach.

30. As per footnote 7.

31. Advanced nursing practice - transforming nursing roles: phase two

32. With thanks to Margot Russell and Donna Richardson from NHS Lanarkshire.

33. With thanks to Mark Cooper and Ed Pool from NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde.

34. Adapted from Cooper, M.A, McDowell, J., and Raeside L. (2019) The similarities and differences between advanced nurse practitioners and clinical nurse specialists. British Journal of Nursing 28(20) p.1308-1314.


Contact

Email: ian.roxburgh@gov.scot