Poster submission AAPE Conference 2022

Please note that the closing date for poster submissions is the 10th June 2022. Please submit your abstract applications to c.m.j.henderson@dundee.ac.uk . The abstract application forms are available here

AAPE UK Annual Conference and AGM Friday 24TH JUNE 2022

AAPE UK Annual Conference and AGM – Friday 24 TH JUNE 2022

‘THE FORGOTTEN PILLARS OF ADVANCED PRACTICE’

Date:  Friday 24TH JUNE 2022

Time: 9 – 4.30pm

Venue: On-Line Conference

Confirmed Speakers:
Professor Melanie Rogers
Professor Kim Manley
Alice Hortop

The conference will provide a forum for critical debate around the forgotten pillars of advanced practice – its focus will be the research, education, leadership and management pillars of advanced practice. The day will finish with the AAPE UK AGM.

Free registration Link

Call for posters: see separate details Download Information Here

We are keen to review (electronic) posters on the theme of the Forgotten Pillars of Advanced Practice.

The closing date for posters is Monday 23rd May 2022 (date extended).

 

Full details on the conference are available to download on the link below

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Evaluation of the National Pre-MSc Advanced Practice Programme Workbook – On-Line Evaluation Open!

Please visit – https://hud.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_dhttM3ZU5Vu5gRE

We are interested in evaluating the National Advanced Practice Pre-Course Workbook that has been developed by the Association of Advanced Practice Educators UK (AAPE UK). You will have gained access to this workbook as part of the Masters Advanced Practice programme that you are undertaking.  

To evaluate the workbook,  we would like to invite you to participate by asking you to complete a short questionnaire, which will only take approximately 15 minutes of your time, using the links provided.

We will use the evaluation to develop the workbook for future students’ use and will publish any results to benefit the advanced practice community.

Thank you 

Melanie Rogers, Colette Henderson, Anna Jones, Jonathan Thomas, Angie Banks, Emma Fawcett,  Samantha McDonnell and Victoria Stanley

Grants available from the RCN Foundation

The Deliveroo-RCN Foundation NHS Education Fund supports the education and training of nurses, midwives and health care support workers working within the NHS from all corners of the UK.

The Fund has been made possible by a £300,000 donation from Deliveroo, raised by its customers and partners as part of their Supporting the NHS and Vulnerable Groups campaign. Any individual working in an NHS nursing or midwifery team can apply, and we particularly encourage applications from anyone from a low-income background or early in their career.

Grants of up to £1,600 will be awarded to cover the cost of a wide range of educational courses. This might include for example, postgraduate modules, clinically focused courses, and shorter training courses.

Details about how to apply for the grant can be found via the following link:

https://rcnfoundation.rcn.org.uk/apply-for-funding/educational-grants/RCN-Foundation-Deliveroo-Grant

Date for your Diary! – Evaluation of the National Pre- MSc Course Workbook

Date for your Diary!!!

Evaluation of the National Pre-MSc Course Workbook

On-Line Evaluation Opens 1st May 2022

We are interested in evaluating the National Advanced Practice Pre-Course Workbook that has been developed by the Association of Advanced Practice Educators UK (AAPE UK). You will have gained access to this workbook as part of the Masters Advanced Practice programme that you are undertaking.

To evaluate the workbook, we would like to invite you to participate by asking you to complete a short questionnaire, which will only take approximately 15 minutes of your time.

More details will be posted on the 1 st May

Please keep an eye out!

Invoices

Look out for your invoice for 2022/23 membership of AAPE UK, these have been sent to HEI members via email. Please ensure your payment teams use the correct treasurer name and address details on the invoice to process the payment, thank you.

Advanced Practice Nurses perceptions of spirituality

Dear Colleagues

The International Council of Nurses Nurse Practitioner/Advanced Practice Nurse Network has launched a new study looking at Advanced Practice Nurses perceptions of spirituality (see below). Please do participate if you can. We would be grateful if you could disseminate this request to APN colleagues and organisations as widely as possible. In the UK we are hoping all ACPs who are nurses will participate. Trainees are welcome to complete the survey also.

Who is conducting this study and what is it about?

This study was developed by a group of researchers from the ICN Nurse Practitioner/Advanced Practice Nurse (ICN NP/APN) Network and colleagues at a number of universities across the globe.  We are interested in your perceptions of spirituality as an Advanced Practice Nurse.

Who can participate in this study?

Participants must meet the following criteria:

  1. Be an Advanced Practice Nurse (NP/CNS). For example, you may be working clinically, in education, research, policy-making or other related NP/APN work.
  2. Be able to read and write in English.
  3. Have access to an Internet connection.

What are participants asked to do?

Participants are invited to complete a short questionnaire, which should take 10 minutes of your time.

Why would participants want to complete this study?

Participation will help to ascertain perceptions of spirituality across the globe.  Participation is voluntary, confidential, and has no foreseeable risk or harm.

How may I participate in this study?

To get started please click on the link below or the scan the QR Code at the bottom:

https://hud.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bBfcr5CgVTJeaKa

Who can be contacted if more information is needed?

Additional information can be provided by the Principal Investigator:

Prof Melanie Rogers RGN, BSc, MSc, PhD, Queens Nurse, ICN Nurse Practitioner/Advanced Practice Nurse Network Research Academy Director via email: m.rogers@hud.ac.uk

Thankyou!

Dear Members and Conference Delegates

A sincere thank you for your time in attending the AAPE UK Conference on the 15th June, and in so doing, supporting AAPE UK.

The conference was a huge success. We hope that you enjoyed the experience, and would value any feedback from you of your thoughts on the conference content and organisation. We’ll be issuing evaluations shortly and would appreciate your feedback please.

Thank you once again.

Kathy Haigh, Chair of AAPE UK

AAPE UK Annual Conference and AGM

Flexibility in Advanced Practice Education: Adaptation and Response

Date:  Friday 25TH JUNE 2021
Time: 9 – 4.30pm
Venue: On-Line Conference

Current speakers:

  • To welcome us all, and open the conference: Prof. Brian Webster-Henderson – Deputy Vice Chancellor, and Chair of Council of Deans of Health UK
  • Beverley Harden – HEE National AHP Lead: AHP Placements and Covid-19 – feedback on ‘Clever together’ online workshop
  • Alice Hortop, Senior Occupational Therapy lecturer UWE: Laughter as Therapy
  • Kim Manley and Robert Crouch: Towards Multiprofessional Consultant Practice – a potential career pathway for Advanced Practitioners.

The conference will provide a forum for celebration of current and future practice initiatives and innovations with a focus on the adaptation and response of advanced clinical practice in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. The day will finish with the AAPE UK AGM.

Free registration for AAPE UK Members, and for non-members for this year’s conference.

As the conference will be on-line in 2021, we can offer 4 places per HEI institutional membership.

Please register by clicking on the following Eventbrite Link

Register for the Annual Conference

Call for posters: We are keen to review (electronic) posters on the theme of ‘Adaptation and Response’ linked to the changes faced in practice over the past year. The closing date for posters is the 24th May 2021 – please see the programme for details re: poster presentation format. Please email posters to jonesa23@cf.ac.uk

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