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  1. CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE’S HEALTHSUPPORT GROUPMEETING: 18 AUGUST 2011 Modernising Nursing in the Community Dr Deirdre McCormick Nursing Officer – Children, Vulnerable Families and Early Years

  2. Modernising Nursing in the Community Programme Board • Modernising Nursing in the Community Board established in September 2009. • To provide leadership and vision to support NHS Boards to develop and deliver: - High Quality - Sustainable and - Person centred community nursing services. • Temporary website for more information - www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/Health/NHS-Scotland/nursing/Modernisation • Work of the Board is due to be complete in 2011

  3. Key Aims • To ensure patient safety. • Improve quality of care. • Build capacity, capability, sustainability and flexibility of nursing teams. • Identification of the most vulnerable families. • Prevention & Early Intervention e.g. implementation of vulnerable families framework

  4. Where Are We Moving To?

  5. Influencing and Supporting Key Strategies

  6. Workforce CHILDREN YOUNG PEOPLE FAMILIES Right setting Efficiency Anticipating health needs Evidence base Education ADULTS OLDER ADULTS Client & carer as partners Clinical outcomes Care pathways Enabling self care ehealth PEOPLE AT WORK Improving health Leadership Teamwork Inter- agency partners Delivering safe, effective and person centred care

  7. MNiC Framework • Elements of the framework/toolkit continue to develop • ‘Aurion’ commissioned to build the website by end of March • Populated from March to December • Supported by Project team at NES • User reference group • Material made available when ready • Full Website launch December 2011

  8. Career Framework for Community Nursing • Nursing in Occupational Health Completed • PHN and DN end of August • Community Children's and Mental Health Nursing • Based on the 4 pillars used for advanced practice • Work being taken forward by Children, Young People and Families and KPAH sub groups • Supported by NES

  9. Education sub group established • Support HEIs in developing community component of new pre-registration nursing • modernisation of post-registration programmes • education component of the career framework • Engage other UK countries • Influence UK wide agenda – NMC reviews

  10. MNiC Programme Manager Visits to NHS Boards • Visits complete • Support for the aims and direction of MNiC • Innovative examples of practice and service delivery evident – in pockets • NHS Boards facing similar challenges – e.g. workforce/workload • Board’s modernisation plans at different stages of development and implementation • Toolkit as a medium to showcase practice • Requests for examples from all NHS Boards

  11. Community Nursing Workload Assessment Tool • Working group of the Nursing and Midwifery Workload and Workforce Planning Programme (membership from MNiC Programme Board). • Community Nursing Assessment Tool Pilot completed on 24 July 2012 • Data analysis in progress • Due for Completion May 2012

  12. Leading Better Care Phase 2 • Includes Community Nursing • Developing Leadership Roles • Outcome Measures/Clinical Quality Indicators • Releasing Time to Care in the Community • Organisational change based on lean methodology • All NHS Boards autumn 2010 • Regular progress reports to MNiC Board

  13. CHILDREN YOUNG PEOPLE AND FAMILIES SUB GROUP Aim • To develop a framework for public health nursing (0-19) which will assist NHS Boards in the provision of high quality, sustainable public health nursing in the community. • To adopt a coordinated Scotland wide approach while enabling local solutions.

  14. MNiC Programme Board Workload and Workforce Planning Education CYP & Families Keeping People at Home Nursing for Work & Wellbeing PHN Pathway Evidence Based Work stream Pathway Work stream Career Work stream/Roles for Public Health Nursing Complex Care Short Life Working Group Career Framework for CCN Assessment Tool Contribution of PHNs Workload and Workforce leadership

  15. MNiC Vision