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This core capabilities framework for health and care staff involved in wound care in England describes the required skills, knowledge and behaviours to improve wound care in three clinical areas: Pressure Ulcers, Lower Limb and Surgical Wounds.
This national core competence and career framework for mental health nursing across England has been developed to ensure a more consistent approach to career development, and to reduce variation in post-registration learning and development.
Health Education England commissioned the development of this framework to support paramedics working in primary and urgent care and the transformation of services that employ these clinicians in new environments.
Supporting autistic people and/or people with a learning disability. Capabilities frameworks describe the skills, knowledge and behaviours which people bring to their work and are used to: Support development and planning of the workforce and Inform the design and delivery of education and training programmes.
This framework will support Health Education England to achieve the aims of the ten-point action plan. The Framework provides a standard and greater clarity on the scope of practice for nurses working within primary care and general practice settings.
This framework for lower limb viability focuses on the capabilities of advanced practitioners working with individuals with high risk and chronic wounds and who are at risk of losing a foot or lower limb.
The original Dementia Core Skills Education and Training framework was launched in October 2015. In June 2018 a revised and updated version was released, entitled the Dementia Training Standards Framework.