Assessing clinical competence
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Assessing clinical competence

Rob Way Consultant Nurse, Emergency Department, Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals NHS Trust/Oxford Brookes University

ROB WAY describes the use of a profile and portfolio for assessing clinical competence in emergency nursing

The need for nurses to be able to demonstrate their level of clinical competence has been reinforced as an area of concern since the introduction of the Scope of Professional Practice (UKCC 1992) and the Post-Registration Education and Practice Report (UKCC 1994).

Emergency Nurse. 9, 9, 30-34. doi: 10.7748/en2002.

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