Ambulatory and Emergency Care Nursing

 There is increasing recognition of the need to develop urgent care outside traditional hospital settings. New models of service delivery have the potential to achieve excellent and efficient care close to, or even in, the patient’s home. This allows our urgent care system to be more tailored to patient needs and preferences, enhancing experience and preserving hospital beds for those with the most serious and complex problems. However, there is still much to do, and many more patients who could receive care in more convenient and effective ways, closer to home. Hospital admission should be reserved for the most severely ill and injured patients, who need the concentrations of expertise and high dependency care that hospitals can provide. For the majority, ambulatory emergency care should become routine, however this can only be achieved where it proves possible to implement whole system integration and coordinated care, supported by new technologies, rapidly accessible diagnostics and a workforce that has the necessary knowledge and skills.

  • Quality Indicators for Ambulatory Emergency Care
  • Development of Advanced Nurse Practitioner Led Ambulatory Emergency Care Service
  • Managing Risk in Ambulatory Emergency Care
  • Measurement and Data in Ambulatory Emergency Care
  • Understanding the Patient Experience in AEC
  • Innovation in Ambulatory Emergency Care

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