Towards a faculty of Emergency Nursing
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Towards a faculty of Emergency Nursing

Ruth Endacott , Faculty Project Evaluator/Facilitator, RCN
Bernie Edwards Senior Lecturer, IHCS, Bournemouth University
Rob Crouch Research Fellow (A&E) & Co-Director, Emergency Care Clinical Academic Unit, European Institute of Health and Medical Sciences (EIHMS), University of Surrey
Karen Castille Senior Nurse, A&E Royal Bolton Hospital (currently seconded to the Department of Health, England)
Brian Dolan Nursing Research Fellow, King’s A&E Primary Care Service, London
Carrie Hamilton Senior Nurse, Southampton University Hospital NHS Trust
Gary Jones Fellow, Florence Nightingale Foundation
David MacPhee Clinical Training Specialist, A&E Dept, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Harlow
Kim Manley Senior Fellow, Practice Development, RCN Institute
Jill Windle Lecturer Practitioner, A&E Department, Hope Hospital, Salford and Salford University

Ruth Endacott and colleagues outline developments in the Faculty of Emergency Nursing and work on the development of a clinical competency framework

Since its inception in 1972, the RCN A&E Nursing Association has been committed to developing the science and art of A&E nursing and has sought to represent the voice of A&E nurses.

Emergency Nurse. 7, 5, 10-16. doi: 10.7748/en1999.

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