Recognising the potential: Advanced Nurse Practice within a memory service

Richard Clibbens, Angela Depledge, Stephen Hemingway

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This article presents how one northern mental health trust has developed the Advanced Nurse Practitioner(ANP) role within the Memory Services context. The article firstly considers ANP role generally and then focuses’ on the mental health context with particular emphasis on Memory Services. The potential of the ANP in mental health is discussed and the frustrations which have hindered their contribution to the transformation of services as well as receiving recognition and renumeration for the extension of roles. The development and planning of the ANP with in the memory clinic is presented as a way of addressing the skill and knowledge aspects of the role as well as how the nurse who extends their role is validated and remunerated.
LanguageEnglish
JournalBritish Journal of Nursing
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 1 Dec 2018

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Recognising the potential : Advanced Nurse Practice within a memory service. / Clibbens, Richard; Depledge, Angela; Hemingway, Stephen.

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