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Building Relationships to Enhance the Student Experience in Practice Placements. Terri Rapson Faculty of Health. What we thought we had. Nationally a series of reports highlighting poor standards of basic nursing care in several acute hospitals and care homes. What we actually had.

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Building relationships to enhance the student experience in practice placements

Building Relationships to Enhance the Student Experience in Practice Placements

Terri Rapson

Faculty of Health


What we thought we had

What we thought we had


What we actually had

Nationally a series of reports highlighting poor standards of basic nursing care in several acute hospitals and care homes

What we actually had


Background

Background

  • Rise in regulatory organisations assuring quality and standards of care

  • Health Committee – Seventh Report 2011 reported the Nursing & Midwifery Council was underdeveloped particularly around fitness to practice, education and training


Headlines

Headlines

NHS failing in basic care of some elderly

patients, warns watchdog some NHS trusts

do not provide dignity and nutrition for some senior

citizen patients

Nurses 'too busy' to help elderly patients with basic care

One in three nurses said they did not have time to help

patients eat or go to the lavatory

Hospital sorry for failings over care of toddler

Man, 35, died after catalogue of hospital errors


Building relationships to enhance the student experience in practice placements

Disengagement and despondency


How do we change the relationship

How do we change the relationship

  • How do we change the bridge to provide higher quality placement experience for students


Scrutiny revealed

Scrutiny Revealed:

The need for further Integrated Team Working betweencare providers, education and regulatory bodies

Duplication of workand timewhen gathering and presenting evidence

Impact on staff confidence,

morale and ability to work

efficiently and effectively

Inconsistency of message

given and received


Embracing change

Embracing change

LETTING NEW PICTURES EMERGE


Opportunities of scrutiny

Opportunities of Scrutiny

Improving quality care and patient safety

Transparency

Openness

Honesty and probity

Building genuine partnerships (beyond tokenism)

Enhancing the quality of the learning and practice environment

Proactive culture of learning


Strategic planning and visioning through action planning

Strategic Planning and Visioning through Action Planning

Unifying education and practice

(people and resources)

Shared vision with objectives

(direction with a purpose)

Working in partnership

(relationships)

Learning from past and present

(actions, consequences and outcomes)


Process of change

Process of Change

Practice Learning Improvement Project (PLIP)

PLIP Coordinatorappointed

Deputy Director of Nursing/Professor of Nursing and Practice Development appointed

Strategic plan

- Senior clinician forums

- Educational audit improvements

- Practice engagement (Link lecturer visits) enhancement

- Algorithm devised– for withdrawal of placements


Key lessons learnt to improve student experience

Key Lessons Learnt to Improve Student Experience

Senior level organizationengagement in mentoring issues, student capacity, educational audit, recognizing and responding to student concerns.

Recognition of early indicators of a clinical area in difficulty

Investment in strong placement support roles is essential

Asking the right questions of students, clinicians and service users


Conclusions

Conclusions

Acknowledge the need for transformation and change

Recognise that investing and resourcing is essential for quality placement experience.

Scrutiny should be embraced not avoided.

Networking and dissemination vital to share learning


Building relationships to enhance the student experience in practice placements

Any Questions Please?


References

References

Nursing and Midwifery Council (2010) Quality Assurance of Education

NMC, London

http://www.nmc-uk.org/Educators/Quality-assurance-of-education/

[Accessed 29th June 2011]

Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) (2008) ‘Standards to support learning

and assessment in practice’ NMC, London.

Quality Assurance Agency (2011) Benchmarking academic and practitioner

standards in health care subjects QAA, London.

http://www.qaa.ac.uk/academicinfrastructure/benchmark/health/default.asp

[Accessed 31 May 2011]

Parliament United Kingdom Health Committee; Seventh Report 2011 Annual

Accountability Hearing with the Nursing and Midwifery Council 19th July 2011.


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