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JSWEC workshop experiences of developing the IPIAC e-learning resource. IPIAC: contexts. Dr Colin Whittington [email protected] Contexts. the ‘subject’: why focus on IPIAC? the IPIAC ‘knowledge’ base our resulting stance and types of learning objects (LOs).

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Jswec workshop experiences of developing the ipiac e learning resource

JSWEC workshopexperiences of developing the IPIAC e-learning resource

Interprofessional and inter-agency collaboration (IPIAC)


Ipiac contexts

IPIAC: contexts

Dr Colin Whittington

[email protected]

Interprofessional and inter-agency collaboration (IPIAC)


Contexts

Contexts

  • the ‘subject’: why focus on IPIAC?

  • the IPIAC ‘knowledge’ base

  • our resulting stance and types of learning objects (LOs)

Interprofessional and inter-agency collaboration (IPIAC)


The subject why ipiac

The ‘subject’: why IPIAC?

  • initial SCIE brief: LOs on “interprofessional working” for social work/social care

  • i.e. focus on practitioner collaboration

  • practitioners are mostly agency-based

  • agreed our focus on

    • interprofessional and inter-agency collaboration (IPIAC)

  • agreed dual purpose of LOsto assist in

    • exploring the nature of IPIAC

    • improving IPIAC practice

Interprofessional and inter-agency collaboration (IPIAC)


The knowledge base 1

The “knowledge” base 1

  • ‘focus’ + ‘purpose’ determined the knowledge base: policy and practice of collaboration

  • challenge: no single paradigm or unified knowledge base

  • different ‘bodies of evidence’ or perhaps ‘bodies of discourse’ (Nutley, 2004)

Interprofessional and inter-agency collaboration (IPIAC)


The knowledge base 2

The “knowledge” base 2

  • knowledge/discourses not on a single dimension

  • knowledge relevant to our task included:

    • know-about

    • know-what (works)

    • know-how

    • know-who

    • know-why (Ekblom in Nutley 2004)

  • also into the mix: knowledge bases of project colleagues at SCIE and EPIC

Interprofessional and inter-agency collaboration (IPIAC)


Resulting stance and types of lo

liberal but not radical

assumes professionalised public services…

but emphasis that IPIAC

is a means not end

must be service user/carer-centred

has ‘their’ qualified support

negotiated, topics-based

LOs vary

inIPIAC emphasis

fromintroductory to more advanced

service user scenarios

service policies

common message/values: “collaboration is necessary and desirable”

Resulting stance and types of LO

Interprofessional and inter-agency collaboration (IPIAC)


Ipiac reflections 1

IPIAC: Reflections 1

Judith Thomas

Principal Lecturer

University of the West of England, Bristol

Faculty of Health and Life Sciences

[email protected]

Interprofessional and inter-agency collaboration (IPIAC)


The development process

The development process

  • Authors generating initial ideas

  • Initial scoping of each LO to cover

    • Learning outcomes

    • Why important

    • Possible coverage/approach

  • Structure/plan for LO – crucial stage but….

  • Writing text – how much?

  • Power point – text and treatments e.g. audio, video, quiz, learner activities

  • Ongoing consultations with each other SCIE and EPIC

Interprofessional and inter-agency collaboration (IPIAC)


Jswec workshop experiences of developing the ipiac e learning resource

Example of ‘treatment’

Read more

Group and Team Development

Moving Glyn’s team forward

Glyn’s team doesn’t function well. What do you think he could suggest to help his team move forward?

Select as many options as you think apply

then click confirm

All these strategies could help move Glyn’s team forward.

The support of the team manager would be important but team members can also instigate change. Glyn mentions that he is developing a good working relationship with the OT and the psychologist was responsive when Glyn discussed a meeting where he felt she was taking over. So Glyn could share his concerns with these colleagues and ask for their support to bring concerns to a team meeting.

Next time Glyn is chairing the team meeting he could include an agenda item on team working and use some time for the team to reflect on how they work together and to identify some ways forward. However, if Glyn’s team manager does not support the team in moving forward this is likely to create significant difficulties.

(See Garrett and Lodge 2008 for more ideas and click the read more button for more information on leadership)

0 Have an ‘away day’ with an outside consultant

0 Develop a team mission statement

0 Include an agenda item on team development

0 Set up a regular timeslot in team meetings for each member to talk about an aspect of their work

Confirm

Interprofessional and inter-agency collaboration (IPIAC)


The development process continues

The development process (continues..)

  • Peer reviewed (external and internal)

  • Revisions and re-writing – often quite substantial

  • Building the LO – EPIC with SCIE with us

    • Creating interactive aspects

    • Matching text and images

    • Required some reworking/ reorganisation of

      text

  • Aplha review, revisions and editing

  • Beta review, revisions and more editing

  • 80% of work done in 20% of time

Interprofessional and inter-agency collaboration (IPIAC)


Jswec workshop experiences of developing the ipiac e learning resource

Different types of team

Collective Responsibility Teams – (CRT)

This illustration would not be appropriate but image needs to convey that people accessing this team would be able to see many different professionals rather than needing to visit different buildings or departments.

Listen to Glyn talk about his experience of working in a CRT

Click each point below to find out more.

Team managers room

  • Who is his team made up of?

  • Why was this type of team created?

Team room 2 – shared by social workers, OT assistant, learning disabilities nurse and administrator

er

Team room 1 – shared by social worker, OT, psychologist, learning disability nurses and administrator. ‘Hot desk’ for linked psychiatrist

Large room

Small meeting room

Consulting room – this could have a bed in it

Interprofessional and inter-agency collaboration (IPIAC)


Jswec workshop experiences of developing the ipiac e learning resource

Interprofessional and inter-agency collaboration (IPIAC)


Jswec workshop experiences of developing the ipiac e learning resource

Interprofessional and inter-agency collaboration (IPIAC)


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Interprofessional and inter-agency collaboration (IPIAC)


Reflections

Reflections

  • Much more challenging than writing a lecture, article or book!

  • Be very clear about structure

  • Make clear distinctions between key ideas or concepts and interesting background information so that developers know what to prioritise

  • Be prepared to engage in iterative learning W7R or 8Rs - write, rewrite, rework, revise, revisit, relapse, revive and RELEASE!

Interprofessional and inter-agency collaboration (IPIAC)


Ipiac reflections 2

IPIAC: Reflections 2

Anne Quinney

Senior Lecturer Social Work

Bournemouth University

School of Health and Social Care

[email protected]

Interprofessional and inter-agency collaboration (IPIAC)


Creative possibilities v practical realities

Creative possibilities v practical realities

There was a tension between these two dimensions. Whist excited to be working face to face in collaboration with artistic designers and developers, the reality was somewhat different – and we met the developers twice.

Based on a desire to enhance and transform learning I had what proved to be rather adventurous ideas based on detailed visual treatments that proved too ambitious, but were often able to be scaled down.

Interprofessional and inter-agency collaboration (IPIAC)


For example

For example…

In the learning resource that explores Working together to assess needs, strengths and risks a scenario involving persisting to reach another professional (a teacher) by phone was suggested but proved too complex to develop.

It was conceded that learners would be ‘put off’ by hearing an answer-phone message asking them to try again later, and to finally make contact on the third attempt.

Interprofessional and inter-agency collaboration (IPIAC)


Creative possibilities v practical realities1

Creative possibilities v practical realities

  • The idea of a the strong visual impact of a town map with people and places located in it proved to be possible, though in a less ambitious way than imagined, and representing a family member who lived in another country also proved challenging. (see Working together to assess needs, strengths and risks to find out what the solution was).

Interprofessional and inter-agency collaboration (IPIAC)


Some learning points for designing for e learning

Some learning points for designing for e-learning

  • Whilst creative and artistic ideas might seem to be a vehicle to achieving enhancement of learning (providing something different) and transformation of learning (doing something that would not otherwise be possible) this has to be balanced with the cost and time implications of translating these ideas into learning activities or on-screen visuals.

Interprofessional and inter-agency collaboration (IPIAC)


In summary

In summary

  • This was an exciting and illuminating and at times frustrating process, in which the team members (the subject experts, the developers and the commissioners) learnt to work collaboratively whilst being located in different places and in different organisations – a strong parallel with the subject matter of the learning objects.

  • We hope the learning resources will prove useful in teaching about collaboration in social work – you now have the opportunity to access the learning resources in advance of their official launch at this conference .

Interprofessional and inter-agency collaboration (IPIAC)


Ipiac e learning resources http www scie org uk publications elearning ipiac index asp

Introduction to IPIAC

Professional identity and collaboration

Building relationships, establishing trust and negotiating with other workers

Working together to assess needs, strengths and risks

A model of practice and collaboration

Working collaboratively in different types of teams

The practitioner, the agency and inter-agency collaboration

Key policy and legislation…an IPIAC timeline 1968-2008

IPIAC e-learning resourceshttp://www.scie.org.uk/publications/elearning/ipiac/index.asp

Interprofessional and inter-agency collaboration (IPIAC)


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