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Coaching & Clinical Development

31st March 2021

A new clinical leadership role to support our growing team of clinicians.

Medvivo continues to rapidly expand with new staff coming into the organisation as new clinical roles are introduced. It is therefore important that clinicians are given appropriate support to settle into their role quickly and that new and existing clinicians have opportunities to develop.

It is with great pleasure that we welcome Janet Jennings into a new leadership post with us, as Practice Development Officer.

Photo of Janet Jennings Janet is an Advanced Nurse Practitioner (ANP) and has many years' experience working within the primary and secondary care setting. She has also held a role within the clinical education setting, teaching and examining on the MSc Advanced Clinical Practice and Non-Medical Prescribing courses at Swansea University.

Having presented at both the Society of Acute Medicine and the Ambulatory Emergency Care Networks on the role and development of Advanced Clinical Practice, Janet has a keen interest in coaching and clinical development. As part of her Master's degree, Janet’s paper on Human Factors in Clinical Education was published, and she  previously developed a training pathway for Advanced Clinical Practitioners in a secondary care setting.

Janet comments: “For the past five years I have worked as Clinical Lead in an ANP-led primary care. I am very excited to join the team at Medvivo and be given the opportunity to combine my passion for both Advanced Clinical Practice and Practice Development.”

Director of Nursing and Quality, Carole Williams, adds: “We believe that Janet’s leadership will provide great opportunities to inspire and develop our team of clinicians. Janet’s appointment is testament to our ongoing commitment to provide outstanding healthcare services and our investment in those who are delivering that care.”

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