Faculty of emergency nursing pilot study part two
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Faculty of emergency nursing pilot study part two

Rachael Rowe Practice development fellow, RCN Institute, Oxford
Robert Crouch Consultant nurse, Emergency department, Southampton General Hospital, School of nursing and midwifery, University of Southampton

In the second FEN pilot study paper, RACHAEL ROWE and ROBERT CROUCH discuss issues concerning the fundamentals of emergency care and the need for ongoing refinement of the competency framework

The first paper in this two-part series on the faculty of emergency nursing (FEN) pilot project was published in last month’s Emergency Nurse (Rowe and Crouch 2003). It outlined the background to FEN development, the scope of the pilot and the methodologies employed. This second paper identifies the success and blocking factors in the pilot and the lessons learned.

Emergency Nurse. 10, 10, 33-36. doi: 10.7748/en2003.

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