Developing New Clinical Roles

By Debra Humphris and Abigail Masterson
Publication Date
Learn More
$54.95 $49.46
+ WishList
  • Reflects the multi-disciplinary context of role development includes examples and contributions from physiotherapists, OTs, pharmacists and doctors as well as nurses
  • Emphasises the importance of patient-led development of roles
  • Focuseson the significance of education and research
  • Puts role development within the context of health services as a whole
  • Includes case studies and examples
  • Combines policy context with practical advice on how to develop new clinical roles
    Throughout the health care system, the traditional boundaries between professional groups are becoming increasingly blurred in response to local service needs and national policy objectives. New clinical roles are developing and nurses and other health professionals are finding opportunities to review and reconfigure their roles in response to changing health care needs and national policy imperatives. This book combines a comprehensive and thought provoking overview of the key issues and emerging challenges with practical suggestions for promoting appropriate and sustainable role development. Drawing on a range of contributors who reflect the multi-disciplinary context of new role development in healthcare, this book provides an essential source of information and ideas for practitioners, researchers, managers and policy makers.
    ISBN 9780443070716
    Author Information By Debra Humphris, Senior Research Fellow, Health Care Evaluation Unit, St. George's Hospital Medical School, London, UK and Abigail Masterson, Director, Abi Masterson Consulting Ltd, Southampton, UK
    Published Reviews "This book will be invaluable for nurses wishing to undertake new roles, educationalists, senior nurses and managers, as well as those in human resources departments or involved in workforce planning." Brendan Docherty, Deputy Editor, Professional Nurse
    Table of Content Introduction. New role developments in context. The changing face of primary care: communitypharmacy; Research, evaluation and evidence-based practice; Freedom to learn freedom to be: learning, reflecting and supporting in practice; Managing new roles within the service; An invisible revolution within the clinical team; new role development for the professions allied to medicine; The consumer perspective; A medical perspective; Evaluating new role development; New role development: towards a strategic approach
    Publication Date 27-10-2000
    Pages 224
    Stock Status In Stock
    Write Your Own Review
    Only registered users can write reviews. Please Sign in or create an account

    Back to top