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Sustaining a Culture of Change. Productive Series Conference 10 th May 2013 Fiona Burns and Suzanne Round Service Improvement Unit, BoPDHB. Background. Delivering the Productive Series since 2008 Ward: 625 staff, 13 wards, 335 beds Community: 120 staff, 2 services

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Sustaining a Culture of Change

Productive Series Conference

10th May 2013

Fiona Burns and Suzanne Round

Service Improvement Unit, BoPDHB


Background

  • Delivering the Productive Series since 2008

  • Ward: 625 staff, 13 wards, 335 beds

  • Community: 120 staff, 2 services

  • TPOT: 180 Staff, 8 Operating Theatres

  • Total 925 staff directly trained - 33% of the Provider Arm

  • Does not include staff indirectly involved, estimate much higher


9 elements of ‘sustain’

sus·tain (s-stn) tr.v.sus·tained, sus·tain·ing, sus·tains

  • To keep in existence; maintain

  • To supply with necessities or nourishment; provide for

  • To support from below; keep from falling or sinking; prop

  • To support the spirits, vitality, or resolution of; encourage

  • To bear up under; withstand: can't sustain the blistering heat.

  • To experience or suffer: sustained a fatal injury

  • To affirm the validity of

  • To prove or corroborate; confirm

  • To keep up or keep going: to sustain a conversation

    Source: http://www.dictionary.reference.com


Productive Series at BoPDHB


Patient-centred

1. To keep in existence; maintain

Governance

Partnerships

Quality

  • Governance enabled integration

  • Reporting leveraged profile

    • Ministry of Health

    • BoPDHB Board

    • Provider Executive Team

    • Steering Committee

Medical

Ana. & Surgery

WCF

Community

Clinical Support


2. To supply with necessities or nourishment; provide for


3. To support from below; keep from falling or shrinking prop


4. To support the spirits, vitality, or resolution of; encourage


5. To bear up under; withstand: can't sustain the blistering heat


6. To experience or suffer: sustained a fatal injury


7. To affirm the validity of


8. To prove or corroborate; confirm

  • Commonality and familiarity in change methodology

    “Since the introduction of Building Teams for Safer Care things have improved in theatre. There is no doubt the programme works; the theatre staff must ensure they get the maximum benefit from it by embracing all components of the programme” Troy Browne, Consultant Anaesthetist and Medical Leader Surgery


9. To keep up or keep going, to sustain a conversation


Sustain….. Consumer rep….

  • Sustainability will be dependent upon:

    • Efficient and effective leadership

    • Continued positive feedback for all staff

    • Consistent upskilling of all new staff

    • Ensuring that procedures set in place by the programme are followed and are able to be sustained

    • That programmes are not allowed to stagnate

    • The recording and data should have a purpose and not be time consuming an unnecessary- The programme is called “Releasing Time to Care”!


Sustain….. staff…

  • Stand

  • United,

  • Stand

  • Tall,

  • Implement

  • New changes


Sustain….. You…

Lunch


Thank you. Any questions….

Fiona Burns

M: 021 283 1999

Fiona.burns@bopdhb.govt.nz

Suzanne Round

M: 027 702 8087

Suzanne.round@bopdhb.govt.nz


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