Advanced Clinical Practice Census
The national census of advanced clinical practice (ACP) in England is being undertaken by Health Education England’s (HEE’s) ACP programme team. The aim of the census is to understand where, across the health system, different professionals are working in advanced clincal practice. A shared understanding of the census’s purpose and process amongst those who will be involved in its delivery and completion will come from Health Education England’s (HEE’s) ACP programme team. Locally, co-ordination in South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw is being managed by the Faculty team.
Watch the video below which explains what the ACP Census is and what it aims to acheive.
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