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This resource has not been reviewed within the last three years to reflect up to date clinical guidelines and should be referenced with care.
Nurse Skills Document
This document has been superseded by the PCRS Fit to Care Framework wich provides concise information based on three different professional levels of standard, advanced and expert irrespective of professional role.
You can access and download Fit to Care using this link
Fit to Care aims to:-
- Guide healthcare professionals to facilitate and deliver high quality respiratory care in line with national evidence-based guidance
- Aid healthcare professionals to assess their own competence to deliver such care, and identify and seek appropriate training and ongoing professional development supported by their employers
- Support all healthcare professionals to be accountable and trained to provide such care to a given standard, thereby reducing variation in care and ensuring patients can expect to receive high quality evidence based respiratory care irrespective of who is delivering such care or where in the community that care is being provided
- Provide a reference for service managers to ensure the provision of appropriate educational support programmes for employed healthcare professionals
You can still access this archived resource using the link below.
Key Skills, Knowledge and Training for Clinicians Providing Standard Respiratory Care
Key Skills, Knowledge and Training for Clinicians Providing Advanced Respiratory Care Key Considerations Clinicians working at this level should be competent in the criteria expected for standard level, plus:
Key Skills, Knowledge and Training for Clinicians Providing Expert Respiratory Care Key Considerations Clinicians working at this level should be competent in the criteria expected for advanced level plus: