Events

AAPE UK Masterclasses in collaboration with Health Education England

AAPE UK in collaboration with Health Education England (HEE) are providing a series of masterclasses on key topics identified in the Long Term Plan (NHS England, 2019).  This aims to enable ACP educators to equip their graduates with the knowledge and skills needed to transform services across all services.

The next one is on Friday 21st February 10am – 2pm hosted by University of Salford.   This will focus on three key topics: Population and Public Health, Leadership and Mental Health.

AAPE UK members have two free places per education provider.

Further information and to book a place please email Annabella Gloster via a.s.gloster@salford.ac.uk

We are planning another event for May 2020 so look out for details.

8-14TH NOV 2020 ADVANCED PRACTICE WEEK Celebrating Advanced Practitioners

ADVANCED PRACTICE WEEK

Celebrating Advanced Practitioners Advanced Practitioners are patient-centred clinicians who provide a unique combination of their base profession expertise and advanced clinical skills. In the UK they are registered health professionals and come from nursing, physiotherapy, paramedic, pharmacy and other allied health professional backgrounds.

We need to raise awareness of their value to the health service.

Use conferences, local events and social media to showcase the benefits during AP week 2020.

AP week flyer AAPE UK 2020

 

Annual Conference & AGM

*Save the Date* 20th March 2020 – Annual Conference and AGM “Valuing diversity in Advanced Practice”

Annual Conference and AGM
“Valuing diversity in Advanced Practice”

Date: Friday 20th March 2020
Time: 9am – 4pm
Venue: Ulster University, Northern Ireland.

Confirmed keynote speakers to date include:
● Charlotte McArdle, Chief Nursing Officer, Department of Health Belfast Northern Ireland
● Professor Tanya McCance, Ulster University
● Professor Alison Leary, Healthcare and Workforce modelling, London South Bank University
The conference will provide a forum for celebration of current and future practice initiatives and innovations with a focus on valuing diversity in advanced clinical practice. The day will finish with the AAPE UK AGM.

Free registration for AAPE UK Members, £150 for non-members (this payment can be used as the institutions annual membership fee). Any individuals who are not part of the HEI institutional membership can attend for a charge of £50 per person.

Registration:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/aape-uk-annual-conference-belfast-2020-tickets-80908979937

Poster:
Conference 2020 Flyer and poster

Travel Information:
Airport and transport link Information

West Midlands Forum celebrate Advanced Practice week – Monday 11 October 2019 Conference

Monday 11 October 2019 Conference

The event is to be based at Coventry University, and initiated by Mary Hutchinson from BCU, the convener of the WM Forum, but also enthusiastically supported by all Universities and trusts in the region and by AP practitioners.

BCU are also arranging an advanced practice lunchtime venue on the 13 November to try to raise the profile of AP in the University. This will include posters and informal discussions with a range of Postgraduate Health Professionals and other students who will be attending University on that day. It will include an advanced practice table, healthy nibbles, meeting with Paula McGee, Chris Inman, Mary Hutchinson, Radiography staff who contributed a chapter towards the inspection copies of the latest AP in Healthcare book which will be available.

The Oxford School of Nursing and Midwifery – ‘Let’s celebrate Advanced Practice’ event.13th November

The Oxford School of Nursing and Midwifery will be holding a ‘Let’s celebrate Advanced Practice’ event, and promoting the education available for staff in surrounding regions, on Weds 13th November 10 – 12midday in the League of Friends Foyer at the John Radcliffe Hospital, Headington, Oxford. This will be mainly an opportunity to share information that may promote interested health professionals to pursue a career path working at advanced level practice

 

Please contact Deborah Slade: daslade@brookes.ac.uk

 

Association of Paediatric Radiographers study day – Saturday 9th November 2019

As part of the Advanced Practice week in November 2019 the Association of Paediatric Radiographers are holding a study day on the 9th November in London. Katrina Maclaine (Chair AAPE UK) will be participating in a panel session on the subject of “Advanced Practice Education”.

 

Please contact Emma Rose at Great Ormond Street Hospital for more details

Emma.Rose@gosh.nhs.uk

 

UWE Celebrating Advanced Practice 15th November 2019

Hosted by UWE Bristol, this conference provides the opportunity to network with colleagues and develop practice. Our keynote speakers will be covering the four pillars of Advanced Practice, and our workshops will be addressing contemporary clinical issues.

Registration: 09:30
Close: 16:00
Venue: UWE Bristol Exhibition and Conference Centre, Bristol BS16 1ZG (please use the North Entrance)

AP_conference_flyer_2019

AAPE UK Committee meeting minutes_28-03-19 FINAL

29th March 2019 AAPE UK ANNUAL CONFERENCE & AGM in COVENTRY

AAPE UK Conference 2019

“Embedding the four pillars of Advanced Practice across the professions” – Coventry University 29th March 2019

The Association for Advanced Practice Educators (AAPE) UK will host their annual conference at Coventry University on 29th March 2019 from 9-4pm. Keynote speakers will update on current thinking with regards to advanced clinical practice and advanced practice education. Join in discussion and debate with the audience of advanced practice educators, practitioners, service providers and students.

The conference will provide a forum for celebration of current and future practice initiatives and innovations with a focus on the four pillars across the professions. The day will finish with the AAPE UK annual general meeting.

Registration is at: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/aape-uk-annual-conference-2019-tickets-54284047046

and delegates are invited to consider submitting an abstract for a poster for consideration.

We welcome abstracts on research, good practice, education and any new initiatives in the multi-professional AP role and their impact.  Abstracts are welcomed from all disciplines, across health and social care, including Advanced Practice students and Advanced Practitioners. Please see the attached flyer for further information.

We look forward to seeing you in March.