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Combining the best of nursing and medical care:\ud evaluation of the West Yorkshire Nurse Practitioner\ud (Primary Care) Development Programme from 2001 to 2005

By Reg Walker, Linda Bindless, Fiona Harrison, Susan Michael, Jan Firth, Yorkshire and the Humber Strategic Health Authority, University of Huddersfield and Leeds Metropolitan University
Topics: RT, RA
Publisher: Yorkshire and the Humber Strategic Health Authority, the University of Huddersfield and Leeds Metropolitan University
Year: 2007
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.hud.ac.uk:5297

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  1. Apart from formal recognition at national level, what steps could be taken at PCT or SHA level to help improve recognition of the role by other clinicians?
  2. Apart from your role as tutor, how much experience have you of working directly with a qualified Nurse Practitioner?
  3. How does the NP’s role affect the level and quality of patient care?
  4. (2001). Is there anything you’d like to see happening to consolidate or improve recognition of the role? Executive Summary of the report on the Evaluation of the West Yorkshire Nurse Practitioner (Primary Care) Development Programme from
  5. What is it that particularly distinguishes the Nurse Practitioner role from other clinical roles?
  6. What is your view on how the ANP’s role is accepted by patients and recognised by other clinicians?

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