What is Advanced Clinical Practice (ACP)? 
Health Education England (HEE) defines advanced clinical practice (ACP) as a defined level of practice within clinical professions such as nursing, pharmacy, paramedics and occupational therapy. This level of practice is designed to transform and modernise pathways of care, enabling the safe and effective sharing of skills across traditional professional boundaries. 
HEE have developed a range of resources including a Multi-professional framework for advanced clinical practice in England which can be helpful to understand how the role works. 
You can also use the Advanced Practice Toolkit which contains information and resources suitable for both employers, commissioners and clinicians. 
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NATH are planning to launch an ACP forum for those working in primary care if you are interested in joining please contact us 


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