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Identifying workforce functions to shape your workforce and provide better services . Andrea Miles and Eddie Tickle Strategic Workforce Solutions. Purpose of the session. To provide: A hands-on introduction to the use of a functional approach in the design of a workforce

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identifying workforce functions to shape your workforce and provide better services

Identifying workforce functions to shape your workforce and provide better services

Andrea Miles and Eddie Tickle

Strategic Workforce Solutions

purpose of the session
Purpose of the session

To provide:

  • A hands-on introduction to the use of a functional approach in the design of a workforce
  • An opportunity to test own assumptions about what the healthcare workforce does and needs to do.
  • An opportunity to identify the benefits for health boards, patients and staff of this approach
a key sfh tool used in the approach
A Key SfH Tool used in the Approach

The Health Functional Map

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Acute Care

Pathway example

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Acute Care

Pathway example

A Functional Map would be developed for each stage of the pathway

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From these the appropriate NOS can be selected to support , for example , roles or the design and content of learning packages

activity
Activity

Mr Kowalski is a patient with a long term condition, he has been referred to the Respiratory Department of the local acute hospital by his GP with chronic airways disease.

He is a Polish speaker with limited English, poor mobility, hearing difficulties, and lives with his daughter who couldn’t accompany him today

Describe Mr Kowalski's pathway through this department, think of it in terms of what Mr Kowalski needs to have happen for him to leave the department with his expectations met.

Write one activity/task/action on each post it note

10mins

thinking functionally
Thinking Functionally

In your group:

  • Refer back to the care pathway you created

- choose 5 most important tasks/activities

  • Identify the reference functions that are needed to support the tasks undertaken at each of the stages
  • Use the HFM reference function lists to find and record them
  • Complete the sheet.
  • If you have time use the computer to identify the relevant NOS/competences
gap analysis
Gap Analysis
  • Functions identified and competences recorded for the future service or pathway requirements
  • What functions and competences exist in the current service or pathway workforce
  • What’s the gap between the two?
element 3
Element 3

Analysis of

what actually

needs to

happen to

provide or

commission

the service

The

Functional

map or

Specification

Identification of current

workforce capacity,

functionality

or competences

Workforce Strategy

& Plan

benefits
Benefits
  • Clear understanding of what needs to be done to deliver the service
  • Opportunity to reduce duplication of activities
  • Design and organise teams to support service delivery, not traditional boundaries
  • Review the current workforce, identifying what and who needs further development
  • Manage performance with clarity
  • Provide assurance of the quality of services and the workforce, to service users, staff, the board and commissioners.
  • Develop an integrated service and workforce plan that is responsive to changes in the environments.
  • Know what the organisation should be doing and is actually doing, enabling strategic planning that is grounded in the reality of delivery
more information
More information?

Maria Whittaker

Maria.whittaker@skillsforhealth.org.uk

Eddie Tickle

Eddie.tickle@skillsforhealth.org.uk

Andrea Miles

Andrea.miles@skillsforhealth.org.uk