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Clinical education challenges and strategies conference march 28 2004

Clinical Education: Challenges and Strategies ConferenceMarch 28, 2004


Clinical education challenges and strategies conference march 28 2004

What is HSPnet?

What is HSPnet?

  • A web-enabled application for coordinating and improving health sciences student placements in BC

    Who will use HSPnet?

  • Placing and Receiving Agencies

    • Post-secondary education institutions

    • Health authorities

    • Other agencies

  • Planning Bodies

    • BCAHC and participating agencies

    • Ministry of Health

    • Professional Associations


Clinical education challenges and strategies conference march 28 2004

HSPnet and Capacity Building

Capacity

Development

Strategies

Post

Secondary

Schools

Health

Authorities

Student

Placements

Reports

Track

Placements

HSPnet

Streamlining

Benefits


Hsp net history

HSPnetHistory

April 2003 – HSPnetPilot sites Go Live

July 2003 – HSPnet Launch

April 2002 – Ministry of Health Planning funds COUTH to sponsor the HSPnet Project

Jan 2004 – 50th Educ. Program 5000th Login

April 2003 – COUTH becomes the BC Academic Health Council

July 2001 – COUTH Report: An Integrated Student Placement System for Health Sciences in BC

Feb 2004 –

6000th Login


Student placements in bc

Student Placements in BC

4 Universities

42% of Students

5 University Colleges

22% of Students

10 Colleges

28% of Students

Private PSE’s,

Other PSE’s

6 Health Authorities

  • Intermediaries:

  • Nursing Interschool

  • CAOT

  • UBC PT

Other Receiving Agencies


Clinical education challenges and strategies conference march 28 2004

Current Placement Processes

4 Universities

42% of Students

5 University Colleges

22% of Students

10 Colleges

28% of Students

Private PSE’s,

Other PSE’s

  • Intermediaries:

  • Nursing Interschool

  • CAOT

  • UBC PT

6 Health Authorities

Other Receiving Agencies


Proposed placement processes

Proposed Placement Processes

HSPnet

Intermediaries

Operational

Reports

Statistical

Reports

Manual

PR Forms


Sample hsp net screen

Sample HSPnetScreen


Clinical education challenges and strategies conference march 28 2004

HSPnet Implementation Status

  • Placing Agencies

    • Several Disciplines (Nursing, RCA, HUCoord, Physio, Techs)

    • 50 Educational Programs in 13 PSE’s

    • 4,012 Students

    • 4,278 Placement Requests (incl. linked destinations)

  • Receiving Agencies

    • 22 acute and 12 community destinations in 4 health authorities

    • 1,142 Destinations

  • Users

    • 171 active users, 7499 user sessions

  • 4 Version Releases

    • 148 enhancements


Reporting highlights

Reporting - Highlights


Reporting highlights1

Reporting - Highlights


Clinical education challenges and strategies conference march 28 2004

HSPnet Next Steps

  • Expand use within Health Authorities, other Receiving Agencies

  • Extend to new Disciplines

  • Identify Development Partners

  • New Modules

    • Placement Arrangements (agreements, student prerequisites)

    • Student Module

    • Preceptor Module

    • User-Defined Reports


  • Login