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Levels of practice -Assistive

Assistive Level:

  • Foundation of factual and theoretical knowledge is essential.
  • Operates independently and collaboratively under the leadership of a registered nurse or AHP.
  • Follows defined parameters to deliver care according to agreed plans and protocols.
  • Possesses a versatile skill set, catering to local health populations, considering unique perspectives of individuals, families, and/or carers.
  • Rooted in providing holistic and personalized care, supporting the entire care process.
  • Working whilst guided by standard operating procedures and protocols.
  • Actively contributes to service development, making judgments, planning activities, and demonstrating a commitment to ongoing self-development.
  • Plays a vital role in enhancing the overall quality of patient care within cancer services.

Examples of job roles at assistive level:

Registered Nursing Associate (England only), Assistant Practitioner, Registered Pharmacist Technician

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