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Developing Intrapreneurship Curriculum. Eileen Huish Interprofessional Education Cathy Hamilton Midwifery Programme Tutor Suzanne Ball Careers Consultant LTI Lunchtime Seminar 16.11.09. Overview of Seminar. Curricula drivers Definitions Pilot stage Where are we now? – outputs

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Developing intrapreneurship curriculum

Developing Intrapreneurship Curriculum

Eileen Huish

Interprofessional Education

Cathy Hamilton

Midwifery Programme Tutor

Suzanne Ball

Careers Consultant

LTI Lunchtime Seminar

16.11.09

LTI Lunchtime Seminar 16.11.09


Overview of seminar

Overview of Seminar

  • Curricula drivers

  • Definitions

  • Pilot stage

  • Where are we now? – outputs

  • Discussion

    • Have you anything to share?

    • How can you move forward in your programme?

    • How can you make it relevant for your students?

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Curriculum drivers in health and social care

Curriculum Driversin Health and Social Care

  • Entrepreneurship agenda

  • Service improvement

    NHS Institute for Innovation & Improvement

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Entrepreneurship agenda

Entrepreneurship Agenda

UH requirement at validation or revalidation

  • Issues

    • Full curriculum (Professional Bodies)

    • Student expectations

    • Not relevant

  • However

    • Workforce issues

    • Patient safety & patient expectations

    • Need for creative thinking

    • New ways of working

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Definitions

Definitions

Entrepreneur

An entrepreneur is someone who is prepared to undertake financial risk when setting up a business with the aim of making a profit.

Intrapreneur

An intrapreneur is someone who engages in entrepreneurial activities within an organisation to improve the organisation or the service it provides.

(National Council for Graduate Entrepreneurship, 2007)

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Nhs institute for innovation and improvement the vision

NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement The vision

Every single person is capable, enabled and encouraged to work with others to improve their part of the service.

(Penny, 2003)

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Service improvement nhs institute for innovation and improvement

Service ImprovementNHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement

  • Aim – tools and techniques of improvement into curricula - everyone’s business

  • Based on ‘Lean’ – Toyota

  • Process and systems thinking

    • Process mapping

  • Are all changes improvements?

  • Models for improvement

    • Plan Do Study Act, PDSA

  • Theory and Practice elements

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Service improvement working group

Service Improvement Working Group

  • Programme representatives from diagnostic radiography, dietetics, midwifery, nursing, paramedic science, pharmacy, physiotherapy, & radiotherapy.

  • Faculty Careers Consultant

  • Student representatives

  • Service Improvement Lead from a local NHS Trust

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Pilots 08 09

Pilots 08/09

  • 2 x ½ day pilots – improvement theory

  • Building on content of an interprofessional education existing module

  • Students attended on a voluntary basis

  • Certificates of attendance

  • Coffee & cakes

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Who knows how to make a cake

Who knows how to make a cake?

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Developing intrapreneurship curriculum

What are you trying toaccomplish?

Aims

Three fundamental questions for improvement

How will you know that achange is an improvement?

Measurement

What changes can you make that will

result in the improvements you seek ?

Ideas, hunches,other people etc.

Act

Plan

How do we change?

How to answer the 3rd question

Study

Do

A Model for Improvement

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Langley et al (1996)


Process mapping and creative thinking pathway for suspected ovarian cancer

Process Mapping and Creative ThinkingPathway for suspected ovarian cancer

Pt has ultrasound. Sonographer sees suspicious ovarian appearances

Pt goes to GP with symptoms

GP refers pt for ultrasound

GP sends pt to hospital for blood test

Pt goes to GP. Results are discussed

Ultrasound result goes to GP

Normal blood test

Pt is monitored or discharged

Pt goes back to GP for result of blood test

Abnormal blood test

Pt referred urgently to gynae clinic

How could this pathway be improved?

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Process mapping and creative thinking new pathway for suspected ovarian cancer

Process Mapping and Creative ThinkingNew pathway for suspected ovarian cancer

Pt has ultrasound. Sonographer sees suspicious ovary. Sonographer counsels pt, writes blood test form and sends ultrasound report to specialist gynae nurse

Pt goes to GP with symptoms

GP refers pt for ultrasound

Specialist nurse evaluates ultrasound and blood test reports together.

Patient goes straight for blood test

Pt goes home and waits for phone call from specialist gynae nurse

Pt goes back to GP

Specialist nurse phones patient

Pt goes to gynae clinic urgently

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Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurs

We asked the students to think of well known entrepreneurs.

They discussed entrepreneurial knowledge, skills and attitudes.

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National council for graduate entrepreneurship ncge benchmark template

National Council for Graduate Entrepreneurship (NCGE)Benchmark Template

  • constantly see yourself and the business through the eyes of stakeholders and particularly customers

  • opportunity seeking

  • initiative taking

  • ownership of a development

  • commitment to see things through

  • networking capacity

  • strategic thinking

  • negotiation capacity

  • selling/persuasive capacity

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Ncge benchmark template continued

NCGEBenchmark Template continued

  • achievement orientation

  • find and appraise an idea

  • see problems as opportunities

  • identify the key people to be influenced in any development

  • build the know who

  • learn from relationships

  • improve emotional self awareness, manage and read emotions and handle relationships

    (National Council for Graduate Entrepreneurship, 2008)

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Employability self evaluation

Employability Self Evaluation

  • Given self evaluation tool

  • Students self assessed their own intrapreneurial attributes

  • Identified action points to improve their employability

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Student evaluation

Student Evaluation

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Student evaluation1

Student Evaluation

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Student evaluation2

Student Evaluation

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Where are we now 09 10

Where are we now? 09/10

  • Generic self evaluation tool – Graduate Futures

  • Theory embedded into IPE module

  • Practice element taken forward by programme

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Further thoughts

Further Thoughts

  • There is also a need for people to set up businesses to provide services alongside those provided by the NHS and councils.

  • Will intrapreneurs go onto become entrepreneurs?

  • If lean came from industry take it back & expand to other

  • Companies spend money on Lean training advising

  • Why not give our students head start?

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References

References

Agenda for Change Project Team. (2004). The NHS knowledge and skills framework and the development review process. London: UK Department of Health.

Enhancing Student Employability Co-ordination Team. (2006). Pedagogy for employability. York: Higher Education Academy.

European commission. (2008). Entrepreneurship in higher education, especially within non business studies. Retrieved June 3, 2008, from http://ec.europa.eu/enterprise/entrepreneurship/support_measures/training_education/entr_highed.pdf

European Commission. (2006). The Oslo agenda for entrepreneurship education in Europe. Retrieved June 3, 2008, from http://ec.europa.eu/enterpris

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References1

References

National Council for Graduate Entrepreneurship. (2008). Benchmark template. Retrieved September 6, 2008, from http://www.ncge.com/communities/education/content/get/8

National Council for Graduate Entrepreneurship. (2007). Good practice in enterprise development in UK higher education. National Council for Graduate Entrepreneurship

Penny, J. (2003). Discipline of improvement in health and social care. NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement (Internal Paper).

UK Department for Education and Skills. (2003). White paper the future of higher education. London: HMSO.

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