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|Title:||Specialist nursing framework for New Zealand: A missing link in workforce planning|
|Citation:||Policy, Politics & Nursing Practice, 2009; 10(4):269-275|
|Publisher:||Sage Publications, Inc.|
|Kathy Holloway, Jacqueline Baker & Judy Lumby|
|Abstract:||The current global nursing shortage challenges the provision of a well qualified and sustainable health workforce to meet future population health needs. An identified area of concern for New Zealand reaching health policy targets in chronic conditions management and primary health care is an adequate specialist nurse workforce supply. This article explores the New Zealand context underpinning this concern and contends that effective workforce planning would be supported by the development of a single unified framework for specialist nursing practice in New Zealand. A consistent national framework has the potential to support accurate data collection and enable service providers to identify and plan transparent and transferable pathways for specialist nursing service provision and development. Advanced practice nursing frameworks assist in increasing productivity through building an evidence base about advanced practice, enhancing consistency and equity of expertise; supporting a reduction in role duplication; and enabling succession planning and sustainability.|
|Keywords:||Specialist nursing; frameworks; workforce planning|
|Rights:||© The Author(s) 2009|
|Appears in Collections:||Nursing publications|
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