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Advanced practice

A survey exploring the development needs of advanced clinical practitioners

The survey received 36 completed responses. There were five incomplete responses with data for the development of clinical and management competencies, but not research or education competencies,...

The evolution of the journal club: using a peer-learning approach to increase research confidence

Nottingham University Hospitals (NUH) employs over 180 qualified and trainee ACPs. Within NUH, there had been feedback that although trainee ACPs had a clear training structure and programme, upon...

The Advanced Clinical Practice Integrated Degree Apprenticeship end point assessment: history, challenges and implementation

The MSc is assessed through the successful achievement of 180 level 7 academic credits, 20 of which are for the assessment of the apprenticeship, which is conducted through the compulsory end point...

Why choose IJAP?

International Journal of Advancing Practice is the peer-reviewed resource for all professionals practising or studying at an advanced level.

What's included

  • Clinical reviews

  • Original research

  • Serice evaluations

  • Literature reviews

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