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CHARTING NEW ROLES FOR AUSTRALIAN GENERAL PRACTICE NURSES: A MULTICENTRE QUALITATIVE STUDY (Research Findings)
Practice nursing
 
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Stream: Stream Three
Lead Investigator: Dr Christine Phillips
Lead Investigator's Institute: The Australian National University
Project Synopsis:
Nurses have six key operating roles in general practice. These operating roles extend beyond the clinical
and administrative roles which are generally understood to be part of nurses’ work, and are: nurse as
patient carer; nurse as quality controller; nurse as organiser; nurse as problem solver; nurse as educator;
nurse as agent of connectivity. Nurses play a key role in creating resilient general practices, through their
capacity to cycle rapidly through these six operating roles and their particular function around connectivity –
where they act as a bridge between all staff within the general practice, and between the practice and
patients in the community.
 
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