The passports summarise the role essential skills required for a non- registered support staff (NRSS) and registered support clinician (RSC) to function in a intensive care unit (ICU) surge model of care, during the COVID-19 pandemic
Who are they for?
NHS staff undertaking NRSS and RSC roles in ICU during the COVID- 19 pandemic, and managerial staff overseeing these roles
Who developed them?
The London Transformation and Learning Collaborative (LTLC), who formed in July 2020 to support London with the cross-skilling of the London NHS workforce for critical care, through education and training
How do I use them?
• Click here to access the digital skills passports – they can be accessed on your computer, smartphone or tablet
• This playbook has been designed to walk users through how to use the digital passports
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