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New Publication

We are delighted to share this recent publication on “Work characteristics, job satisfaction and intention to leave: A cross sectional survey of advanced nurse practitioners” by Martin Duignan, Jonathan Brennan, Vera J.C. Mc Carthy. It is now available for viewing here https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/10376178.2024.2327353. Thank you for investing the time in advanced practice research for Ireland and we

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REMINDER: 2024 IAANMP Membership renewals are due from the 1st of April

  ITS THAT TIME OF YEAR AGAIN TO RENEW TO MAINTAIN YOUR IANNMP MEMBERSHIP- THE ONLY ORGANISATION DEDICATED TO REPRESENTING ADVANCED NURSE AND MIDWIFERY PRACTITIONERS ACROSS SPECIALITIES AT AN NATIONAL LEVEL. BENEFITS OF CONTINUED MEMBERSHIP INCLUDE ACCESS TO UPCOMING CPD EVENTS, OUR ANNUAL CONFERENCE, OPPORTUNITIES TO NETWORK AND ACCESS TO SUPPORT LINKS FOR ADVANCE PRACTICE, ASSOCIATION

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The diversity of Advanced Practice

The second clinical webinar aimed at showcasing Advanced Practice around Ireland will be on Wednesday the 27th March at 12.30 pm with Caroline Wheeler RANP in Sligo/Leitrim and Gemma Smith cANP in Cavan/Monaghan for Health and Wellbeing in Intellectual Disability. We are delighted to share this webinar titled “Empowering Health and Wellbeing: The Emergence of Advanced Nurse

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New Publication

We would like to inform our members that the IAANMP were delighted to support the ANPs in General Practice with their invitation for a submission on the thematic areas of the Strategic Review of General Practice to the Department of Health. As per the invitation, the review aims to identify the challenges facing general practice

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Mr. David Delaney

David is the newly elected Secretary. He currently works in the Emergency Department of University Hospital Limerick. David graduated from the University of Tasmania in Australia and started his career in cardiac care. From there he worked in the Intensive care units of the Royal Hobart Hospital, Tasmania, the Royal Prince Alfred, Sydney, St. James Hospital, Dublin and University Hospital Limerick. He is currently a Clinical Skills Facilitator in the Emergency Department of University Hospital Limerick. He has previously studied a postgraduate diploma in Intensive Care Nursing with NUI Galway and is currently in his dissertation year of this Masters in Advanced Nursing Care also with NUI Galway. David will be a registered Advanced Nurse Practitioner once his MSc is complete. David also holds a position on the student subgroup of the International Council of Nurses NP/APN network.