General practice nursing
General Practice Nursing (GPN) clinical supervision
We are monitoring take up of GPN workplace supervisors through Primary Care Networks (PCNs).
Primary Care and General Practice Nursing Career and Core Capabilities Framework
Skills for Health were commissioned to complete and publish the core capabilities framework by the end of March 2021.
This will help to promote and support nurses, employers, and workforce planners to understand the wealth of knowledge, skills and attributes that the nursing profession can provide in primary care/general practice, to meet the needs of the population.
The advanced clinical practice framework provides a standard and greater clarity on the capabilities required to work at an advanced level. It describes the required skills, knowledge and behaviours.
Download the Core Capabilities Framework for Advanced Clinical Practice (Nurses) Working in General Practice / Primary Care in England from the Skills for Health website.
This role was introduced to help build the capacity of the nursing workforce and the delivery of high-quality care. It provides career progression for health care support workers and is a progression route to registered nurse if required.
More information can be found on our Training Nursing Associates page.
Advanced clinical practice (ACP)
More information can be found on our Advanced Clinical Practice page.
Return to practice nursing (pre and post registration)
A number of universities provide courses for newly qualified or registered nurses, who haven’t been in practice for a while and would like to return to practice, contact us for more information and advice.
GPN ready schemes
Various schemes operate across the country. Get in touch with local Training Hubs for more information. More information can be found on our Training Hubs page.
Find out more about career options on our Health Careers website