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Clinical leadership and organisational governance in primary care

Clinical leadership and organisational governance in primary care

Clinical leadership and organisational governance in primary care

Natasha Duke
Natasha Duke
on behalf of Royal College of Nursing

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Launch date: 29 Jan 2018

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Last updated: 24 Aug 2018

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This article examines nurse clinical leadership in primary care from the perspective of nurses working at an advanced level, such as advanced nurse practitioners or senior practice nurses. The lead nurse is pivotal to clinical effectiveness and quality of care. Aspects of leadership and its impact on how the nursing team functions are discussed. The article also identifies ways to improve morale, the facets of governance in primary care, ideas on sourcing funds for training and development, and encouraging innovation in the nursing team.

Objectives

The aim of this module is to help you to examine critically what lead nurses (LNs) must do to ensure the development of excellent care environments in the community, working reliably, realistically and responsibly with the requirements of clinical governance frameworks. If you do not have a designated leadership role in a Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) you may still wish to influence such leaders in your area of expertise. After reading this module , you should be able to:
State in which ways a LN offers the authority and authenticity to deliver change in primary care services.
Summarise the requirements of healthcare governance and why LNs need to work with this locally.
Describe the importance of staff morale to improvements in primary healthcare and why the LN must remain attentive to this.
Make a case for why clinical effectiveness, evidence-based practice and audit are interlinked and central to the work of the LN.
Explore the leadership opportunities of your local practice environment, using clinical governance as a framework for the review.
Natasha Duke

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Natasha Duke
on behalf of Royal College of Nursing

Natasha Duke, Advanced nurse practitioner, GP surgery in Hampshire, Doctorate of Clinical Practice, University of Southampton.

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  • Royal College of Nursing (RCN)
  • 1.00 Hours

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