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The Acute Trust Perspective. Alyson Williamson Education Services Manager Newcastle Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. Newcastle upon Tyne Foundation Trust. Freeman Hospital. Royal Victoria Infirmary. Newcastle General Hospital. F1 - 65 F2 - 78 SHO – 180 SpR – 381 Total - 704.

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the acute trust perspective

The Acute Trust Perspective

Alyson Williamson

Education Services Manager

Newcastle Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

newcastle upon tyne foundation trust
Newcastle upon Tyne Foundation Trust

Freeman Hospital

Royal Victoria Infirmary

Newcastle General Hospital

F1 - 65

F2 - 78

SHO – 180

SpR – 381

Total - 704

Tertiary centre

how do you do it
How do you do it?
  • Look at exactly what you are being asked to do
  • Look at what you already have
  • Identify who can help you
  • Ask for help
qa in foundation programme
QA in Foundation Programme
  • Look at what advantages and head starts you already have
  • Deanery colleagues extremely helpful
  • Foundation Programme very well managed in Northern deanery
  • Margaret and colleagues developed the QAFP matrix
working together
First time populating database or matrix would be a lot of work but it will grow & we will get better at it

Set up a small working group with College Tutors from Medicine, Surgery, Anaesthetics

Get it right with these specialties –

Lessons likely to work with other specialties

Working Together
what do we need for success
A Clinical champion

A Managerial champion

Link into Trust strategy & overall aims

Essential Manager is fully informed on QA process – QA expert

Engagement of key clinicians

What do we need for success?
how do you do this
How do you do this?
  • By leadership
  • Communication
  • Networking across all directorates
  • Identifying an educational lead in each specialty area
  • Understanding some will need more support than others
sharing success
Sharing Success
  • Some specialties will be more organised than others
  • Need to learn from those and spread good practice
  • Anaesthetics well organised but didn’t engage with Education Centre
  • Resistant to gathering evidence “trust our colleagues, don’t need to prove we are delivering quality education”
what is the next phase
What is the next phase?
  • Links into other standards
  • Use the same approach
  • Look at what we already have
  • Engage with Trust, Deanery & regional colleagues
  • Essential that you understand your own organisation
  • Get out there and learn about your own organisation
  • We must not get stuck in boxes
value of benchmarking
Makes you aware of improvements of a magnitude beyond what you think possible

Internal benchmarking rarely has same “eureka” effect

Team approach can grow ideas

Value of benchmarking
learning from others
Learning From Others
  • Patient Liaison Manager
  • Community Advisory Group
  • Trainee Focus Group
  • COPMED training matrix
  • Encourage people to get out of their boxes
  • Talk across traditional boundaries
  • You never know what might happen ……