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  1. Implementing NHS North West MPET priorities across MCCN Kathy CollinsAssociate Director Merseyside & Cheshire Cancer Network

  2. Organisational Structure

  3. What is MPET? • MPET (Multi-Professional Education and Training) levy is the funding for healthcare education • MPET is allocated to SHAs through the Department of Health • SHAs have infrastructures in place to deliver the requirements for MPET activity • Specific examples of activity include: • Funding pre-registration education through contracts and commissioning with education providers • Funding salary contribution costs where applicable e.g. for students studying on secondment to training • Supporting post-registration education and CPD • Supporting specific requirements such as apprenticeships, preceptorship, non-medical prescribing, etc. • Specific developments, such as funding for End of Life Care, are sometimes included as development initiatives within the scope of MPET

  4. Why has EOLC been identified as a specific development initiative? • The National EOLC strategy (2008) signalled additional investment for EOLC in the financial years 2009/10 and 2010/11 • The strategy recognised the deficiencies in knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviours in staff frequently coming into contact with people at end of life • Recommended that the focus should be on training and development across both statutory and independent sectors to develop those skills

  5. The Role of the SHA in allocating MPET • Determines the priorities for EoLC • Takes into consideration national requirements identified through the workforce and development network and locally through NHS NW Clinical Pathway Group • Monitors progress on delivery against the priorities

  6. Priorities in 2009/10 • Implement the NHS NW CPG recommendations • Plan was developed at a regional level

  7. Reflections on progress North West Level • Pilot of Quality Markers Self Assessment • Raising public awareness campaign around death & dying • NW definition of advanced care planning • NW guidance on role and function of the role of EoLC facilitator • Scoping project around education in EoLC • Established projects around education in EoLC for domiciliary care staff

  8. Reflections on progress Network level • EoLC programme continued to build on the successful implementation of the National End of Life Care Tools. Gold Standards Framework, Liverpool Care Pathway and Preferred Priorities of Care (GSF,LCP,PPC • The Network team contributed to the North West work programme of work • Monitoring and supporting progress on complying with NICE Improving Outcomes Guidance for Supportive & Palliative Care

  9. So what is in store for 2010/11? NHS NW priorities – regional plan • Conclude the scoping exercise for education in EoLC • Evaluate the domiciliary care education projects • Quality markers next phase

  10. So what is in store for 2010/11? NHS NW priorities – network plan • Continue to increase the use of EoLC tools in all settings through the Network EoLC programmes • Communication skills • Primary care engagement • Raising awareness around EoLC • E-learning • LCP in ICU • Spirituality

  11. The priorities for 2010/11 still link to NHS NW CPG recommendations

  12. So what do we have to do now at Network level? • Develop and deliver a plan against the priorities identified at network level

  13. How is the plan being developed? • EoL & Palliative Care Clinical Network Group ( CNG) • Integrated Clinical Networks (ICNs) • Commissioning Partnership Group for EoL & Palliative Care

  14. What is the plan looking like? • In development phase • Good progress • Working through the detail • Timescale 6th August

  15. Continuing to increase the use of EoLC tools in all settings through the Network EoLC programmes • Supporting PCTs in coordinating plans locally for facilitation and education around the use of EoLC tools and advance care planning; includes hospitals • Supporting EoLC facilitators • Developing an education programme for care homes

  16. Communication skills • Education sub group is finalising a network communication skills training framework • Plan is to build infrastructure across the Network to be able to deliver sustainable communication skills training

  17. Primary care engagement • Build on the success of existing well evaluated GP education programmes to include ACP • Look to develop GP clinical champions across the Network • Work with neighbouring Network GP clinical leads

  18. Raising awareness around EoLC • Build on the success of the week in March plan for a week in 2011 • Develop further plans beyond the week events

  19. LCP in ICU: Laura ChapmanDomiciliary Care Education: Caroline FlynnSpirituality: Cath Baldry

  20. Consistency • Network level – CNG/ICNs/Commissioning Partnership Group • North West level-operational group

  21. Beyond 2011? • Who knows? • Substantial level of funding awarded this year • Use it to it’s maximum • Demonstrate it’s effectiveness • Use it to influence

  22. Questions?