International Practice Development Journal (IPDJ)

Volume 7 Issue 2 OUT NOW!


Enhancing Practice 2018 * FoNS and the IPDJ  *  Critical creative reflection to explore self in a PhD study *  Resilience-based clinical supervision * Practice development and allied health * Connectedness between patient-centred care, practice development and advanced nursing competencies * The nursing professorial unit * Using reflection and visual representation * Creative methods to highlight challenges and discover identity and context * Developing political awareness skills

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Our Vision

To inspire and enable a culture across health and social care that values people, where patients experience care and services which are the best they can be and staff feel appreciated and supported.

Our Mission

To work in partnership with health and social care organisations to a foster a commitment to person-centredness by valuing staff and enabling them to develop the knowledge, skills and expertise to provide nursing that is safe, effective and caring. 



Latest Blog - 12th December 2017

Thinking about reflection ... by Kate Sanders - how can we encourage reflection and reflective conversations in the busyness of everyday practice?

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Creating Caring Cultures Masterclass Monday 22nd January 2018

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IPDJ Special Issue

New issue of the International Practice Development Journal out today: Enhancing well-being: practice and politics. What can we learn from the Nordic experience?

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Playing our Part

Playing our Part: The work of graduate and registered mental health nurses - read the report

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