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A collaborative model for workforce transformation. Dr Robin Gutteridge, Consultant in HWB Ann Saxon, Head of Workforce Development Dr Mahua Das, Post-Doctoral Fellow Centre for Health and Social Care Improvement, School of Health and Wellbeing. Aims of the workshop.

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a collaborative model for workforce transformation

A collaborative model for workforce transformation

Dr Robin Gutteridge, Consultant in HWB

Ann Saxon, Head of Workforce Development

Dr Mahua Das, Post-Doctoral Fellow

Centre for Health and Social Care Improvement, School of Health and Wellbeing

aims of the workshop
Aims of the workshop
  • Discuss partnership ways of working for integrated new workforce development
    • Overview of two collaborative projects in progress
    • Summary of Action Research Model
    • Challenges and solutions: our learning

Group discussion

  • Creative Solutions: your experience
challenges of partnership working
Challenges of partnership working

Resources needed to establish:

  • Common vision
  • Shared aims
  • Effective systems and infrastructures
  • Measures of added value and impact
project 1
Project 1
  • Improving Staff Health and Wellbeing
  • NHS staff absence costs around £1.7 billion per annum

(Boorman 2009)

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Action Research

“learning by doing” - a group of people identify a problem, do something to resolve it, see how successful their efforts were, and if not satisfied, try again “

O’Brien (2001)

workforce transformation using action research

PLANNING

Evaluating

Identifying

Changing

Collaborating

Organising

Reviewing

Workforce

Development

REFLECTING

ACTING

Analysing

Interviewing

Reporting

Collecting

Discussing

Investigating

OBSERVING

Workforce Transformation using Action Research
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Skills Analysis Survey

Discovery Interviews

Rapid review of the literature

Bespoke Learning materials

Personalisation workshop

Service Evaluation Toolkit

Developing competence and skills

Walsall

Dudley

Sandwell

Wolverhampton

Care Pathways

Frail Elderly

COPD

Diabetes

Mental Health

our learning
Our learning

A partnership approach can convey

  • Speedier learning,
  • Reduced duplication, better integration
  • Shared workload reduces individual resource investment
  • Improved cross boundary team working
  • Mutual support in planning and management of transformational change
  • Greater coherence of workforce planning and service development across the health economy
your experience discussion groups
Your experience: Discussion groups
  • 1. What types of collaborative/partnership work have you experienced or think could be feasible ?
  • 2. Share creative solutions to achieve benefits realisation
  • 3. Share creative solutions to ensure impact and integration
references
References
  • Boorman S., (2009) NHS Health and Wellbeing Leeds, Department of Health
  • Burns D., (2007). Systemic Action Research: A strategy for whole system change. Bristol, Policy Press
  • Department of Health (2009). Transforming Community Services: Resource Pack for Commissioners of Community Services, London, Department of Health
  • McNiff. J., (2002). Action research for professional development: concise advice for new action researchers,
  • O’Brien R., (2001). An Overview of the Methodological Approach of

Action Research, In Roberto Richardson (Ed.), Theory and Practice of Action Research. João Pessoa, Brazil: Universidade Federal da Paraíba. (English version)

  • Reason P., Bradbury, H., (Eds.) (2001). Handbook of Action Research: Participative Inquiry and Practice, Thousand Oaks, CA, Sage