Advanced Clinical Practitioner Paediatric Curriculum 

The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Heath (RCPCH) has been commissioned by Health Education England to produce a curriculum for Advanced Clinical Practitioner (ACP) paediatric postgraduate courses and an associated assessment framework to enable the mapping of clinical practice against the ACP framework.

The project team of multi-professional leads have produced Learning Outcomes and Key Capabilities as well as Illustrations to show how these can be demonstrated in clinical practice. The curriculum consists of Key Capabilities and Learning Outcomes across 11 domains which map across five pathways: non- hospital paediatrics, hospital paediatrics, neonatal, intensive care, and child with complex needs.

The RCPCH is inviting ACP employers and practitioners to complete a survey on the draft curriculum here.

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