MSc Advanced Clinical Practice Programme: UWS SIVAN 2020 webinar presentation: vascular access: challenges and triumphs in 2020

Kirsten Anderson, Nicola Wylie, Stephen McGoldrick, Lizanne Hamilton Smith

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Abstract

In October 2020 three students the from UWS MSc Advanced Clinical Practitioner Programme co- presented with the academic team at the SIVAN 2020 evening webinar. The SIVAN webinar aims to create a co-ordinated approach to improve vascular access policy and procedures, through promoting a cohesive infrastructure and the creation of an e!ective intravenous vascular access network throughout Scotland (Vygon, 2020). The students received outstanding feedback on their presentation, particularly through sharing their reflective accounts on vascular access, and their insights into the identification of some variances within procedures, procurement, resource access, education and workforce development across healthcare settings. Following the event, the students have continued to collaborate with their peers, academics, NHS Board partners and industry to positively respond to some of these variances.
Original languageEnglish
No.May 2021
Specialist publicationAdvanced Practice Newsletter
PublisherUniversity of the West of Scotland
Publication statusPublished - 20 May 2021

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