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The Nurses’ Role in Practice Based Education: can this really influence care standards now and in the future?. Tracy Small Deputy Director Clinical Development and Innovation Jan Firth Associate Dean - University of Huddersfield. Workforce Planning and Educational Commissioning.

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The Nurses’ Role in Practice Based Education: can this really influence care standards now and in the future?

Tracy Small

Deputy Director Clinical Development and Innovation

Jan Firth

Associate Dean - University of Huddersfield

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Workforce Planning and Educational Commissioning

Service Providers

  • Department of Health
  • Setting the national framework for planning and designing the system
      • PM commission on nursing
      • From good to great – new white paper
  • Improvement against national priorities
      • specialist nurses and new roles
  • Partner with Professional Bodies and Royal Colleges
      • identifying new recordable qualifications such as advance practitioners

Commissioners

Co-production at all levels of the system

SHA

DH

Reference: Workforce Ambitions 2009-2014, NHS Yorkshire and the Humber (adapted)

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Workforce Planning and Educational Commissioning

Service Providers

  • SHA
  • System leadership driving workforce and education improvement and alignment to service needs
    • Education and workforce combined directorate
  • Sound stewardship of MPET funds and investment in education and training
    • Review to fund placements for student nurses
  • Use available levers to ensure provision of high quality placement learning and assessment
    • Practice learning facilitators
  • Area-wide talent management and leadership planning

Commissioners

Co-production at all levels of the system

SHA

DH

Reference: Workforce Ambitions 2009-2014, NHS Yorkshire and the Humber

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Workforce Planning and Educational Commissioning

Service Providers

  • Commissioners
  • Publication of commissioning intentions drives local planning processes
    • Practice placement planning possible
  • Assessment of the quality, sustainability and deliverability of the summation of provider plans to identify key strategic health and social care risks for the local economy (includes local labour market issues)
  • Development of shared workforce improvement goals and the facilitation of cross-boundary working
    • Allows national picture for nursing needs
    • Useful interprofessional learning strategies

Commissioners

Co-production at all levels of the system

SHA

DH

Reference: Workforce Ambitions 2009-2014, NHS Yorkshire and the Humber (adapted)

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Workforce Planning and Educational Commissioning
  • Service Providers
  • Organisational workforce plan which reflects professional roles and responsibilities, patient pathways and is integrated with service, finance and IT plans
    • Partnership and integrated approach controls numbers
    • Best employment practice
  • High quality clinical components
    • Centrally agreed placements
    • Practice Learning Facilitators and mentors
  • Local employment and widening participation initiatives
  • Encourage research and innovation to inform practice
    • Joint projects, professional doctorates
  • Investment in CPD and lifelong learning
  • Professional feedback into professional advisory mechanisms

Service Providers

Commissioners

Co-production at all levels of the system

SHA

DH

Reference: Workforce Ambitions 2009-2014, NHS Yorkshire and the Humber (adapted)

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Calderdale

Yorkshire & Humber SHA

Kirklees

areas to discuss
Areas to Discuss
  • Practice Learning Facilitators
  • Developing skills in one Primary Care Trust
  • Increasing Access to Primary Care Placements
practice learning facilitators
Practice Learning Facilitators
  • Ensuring practice placements meet required standards
  • Providing relevant inductions within placement organisations
  • Ensuring support for students on placement
  • Discussing placement feedback
  • Developing new practice placements
plf outcomes
PLF Outcomes
  • Increased number of placements across the patch
  • Developed new placements
  • Allowed students to experience specialist practices
  • Ensured all placements meet NMC standards
  • Provided on-line information / feedback
developing skills in primary care
Developing Skills in Primary Care
  • Limited access to Primary Care Placements
  • Health Care Assistants from Primary Care unable to gain employment following qualification
  • New qualified staff required additional skill development
  • Develop District Nursing Placements
pct skills outcomes
PCT Skills Outcomes
  • Increased numbers of Primary Care Placements available
  • Increased numbers of students able to gain longer placements
  • Final placements developed in Primary Care
  • Access to Primary Care upon qualification
  • Development of Primary Care rotational placements
increasing access to pct placements
Increasing Access to PCT Placements
  • Age profile of community workforce
  • Development of services in the community
  • Age profile of the population increasing
  • Bias Project
developing access outcomes
Developing Access Outcomes
  • 50% placement time in community
  • Accessed for different branch students
  • During pilot, over subscribed
  • 20% of cohort wanting new opportunities
  • From pilot first ambition to work in PCTs
  • Developed relevant skills to directly work in Primary Care
  • Roll out across all Primary Care Trusts
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