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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

Sustaining a Culture of Change

Productive Series Conference

10th May 2013

Fiona Burns and Suzanne Round

Service Improvement Unit, BoPDHB


Background

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

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

Productive Series at BoPDHB


1 to keep in existence maintain

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

2. To supply with necessities or nourishment; provide for


3 to support from below keep from falling or shrinking prop

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


4 to support the spirits vitality or resolution of encourage

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


5 to bear up under withstand can t sustain the blistering heat

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


6 to experience or suffer sustained a fatal injury

6. To experience or suffer: sustained a fatal injury


7 to affirm the validity of

7. To affirm the validity of


8 to prove or corroborate confirm

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

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


Sustain consumer rep

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

Sustain….. staff…

  • Stand

  • United,

  • Stand

  • Tall,

  • Implement

  • New changes


Sustain you

Sustain….. You…

Lunch


Thank you any questions

Thank you. Any questions….

Fiona Burns

M: 021 283 1999

[email protected]

Suzanne Round

M: 027 702 8087

[email protected]


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