FEDIP Practitioners perform a range of work, which can sometimes be complex and non-routine. They demonstrate an analytical and systematic approach to issue resolution and display their competency through independent evaluation and committing to continuous professional development.
Practitioners have evidenced that they have met the criteria as set out in the FEDIP Standards and, as such, can be entered onto the professional register.
The Federation for Informatics Professionals (FEDIP) maintain the only public register for all informatics professionals in the UK dedicated to bringing individuals and organisations together to deliver better healthcare through technology.
Many Practitioners may want to work towards obtaining Senior Practitioner status.
To become a Practitioner, you must submit evidence to support the competencies as required by the FEDIP Standards for informatics professionals in health and care.
All applications across all grades are assessed against the FEDIP 'standard'. These are a common set of guidelines and criteria that all informaticians can be assessed against.
The standard was written in consultation with the awarding professional bodies, UKCHIP and leading informaticians across the UK.
Practitioners exercise autonomy subject to overall guidance and direction. They perform a range of work, sometimes complex and non-routine. This includes selecting and using relevant methods and procedures. Practitioners demonstrate an analytical and systematic approach to issue resolution.
To become a Practitioner you must submit evidence to support the competencies as required by the FEDIP Standards for informatics professionals in health and care.
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