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Working in Partnership to improve employability. Professor Sue Proctor Director Patient Care & Partnerships 16 March 2010. What do employers want?. A close and effective working relationship with University Programmes that provide an opportunity to learn in the workplace

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working in partnership to improve employability
Working in Partnership to improve employability

Professor Sue Proctor

Director Patient Care & Partnerships

16 March 2010

what do employers want
What do employers want?
  • A close and effective working relationship with University
  • Programmes that provide an opportunity to learn in the workplace
  • Programmes to equip students with core skills and attitudes for contemporary practice
  • Programmes that ensure and assure professional competence
  • Inspiring, resilient, knowledge-hungry, compassionate practitioner
  • Value for money (QIPP)
  • Support for mentors, preceptors and supervisors – Confidence to challenge.
learning from an extreme case study
Learning from an Extreme Case Study

Colin Norris

September 1998 – commenced nurse training

October 2001 – completed Diploma; RGN,

End 2001 - employed by Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

April 2002 – completed period of preceptorship

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Colin Norris

May – November 2002 – murdered 4 elderly female patients – attempted to murder 5th elderly patient

December 2002 – arrested

March 2008 – convicted and sentenced to 30 years

January 2010 – Independent Investigation published.

issues arising from this case
Issues arising from this case

University and Employer communications

Attendance – pre-registration

Reference – standardisation

Attendance - CPD

education
Education

Skills and knowledge

Risk management

Death certification

Documentation

mentorship
Mentorship

Clinical placements

Dealing with challenging students

‘Not my problem’

Confidence to challenge

learning when things go wrong
Learning when things go wrong

Courage to raise the alarm

Listening and involving patients, carers and family

Listening and involving staff and students

employers want
Employers want……

To deliver or commission services that are safe, affordable and effective

Provided by competent caring and confident skilled practitioners who are responsive, ethical and sensitive to the needs of patients and families

To do this, we absolutely need to work in partnership with education, lecturers, researchers and students.