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1 Ms Denielle Beardmore, Director of Nursing Clinical Education and Practice Development Ballarat Health Services, Ballarat Dr Debra Schulz, Director Allied Health Barwon Health, Geelong HWA Conference Adelaide, 20 th November 2013 National Clinical Supervision Competency Resource

2 Clinical Supervision Support Program National Clinical Supervision Competency Resource National Clinical Supervision Competency Resource validation project Today’s agenda 2

3 To expand clinical supervision capacity & competence across the educational & training continuum by supporting measures to: Prepare & train clinical supervisors; & Deliver & develop a competent clinical supervision workforce that delivers quality clinical training Aim of the Clinical Supervision Support Program 3

4 Clarity – role & function of clinical supervisor Quality – of clinical supervision Culture – recognise the value & contribution of clinical supervisors National Clinical Supervision Support Framework 4

5 Released May 2013 the Resource: – Identifies & describes the professional expectations of current & future supervisors – Provides a baseline for uniform quality & the potential to develop clinical supervision for the Australian Health system further – Contributes to interprofessional learning, teamwork and interprofessional understanding through the identification of core competencies for clinical supervision across all health disciplines National Clinical Supervision Competency Resource 5

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7 Foundation – support Intermediate – conduct Advanced – lead and influence 7

8 Using the National Clinical Supervision Competency Resource Common language Training programs Development of clinical supervisor Clarity, quality and culture 8

9 National Clinical Supervision Resource validation pilot project Self assessment tool (SAT) Education and training opportunities Evaluation 9

10 Validation pilot – self assessment tool Adapted from Clinical Supervision – Self Efficacy Tool (Finlay, Schulz, Smith, Patton & Walker, 2011) Indication of knowledge, skills and confidence 10

11 11 Self Assessment Tool I have the knowledge I have the skills I am confident to perform this task YesNoYesNoYes With support No Clinical supervision – Prepare and plan Develop positive and effective relationships with the student, staff, managers, clinical teams and university/ education provider staff Develop a learning plan with the student that is manageable, realistic and appropriate for my clinical setting Identify and clearly articulate to the student the boundaries of our respective roles and relationship

12 Validation pilot – workshop delivery Allocation of one day workshop conducted by providers on the HWA multi use list (MUL) Delivered at foundation and intermediate level Post workshop participants completed the 2 nd SAT Returned to clinical environment to supervise students and complete 3 rd SAT 4 weeks later 12

13 Innovation in clinical supervision Support clinical supervision across all locations and healthcare provider disciplines Establish consistent and transparent approach to the provision of quality clinical supervision Provide a benchmark against which organisations can assess investments in clinical supervision training Provide a benchmark for clinical supervision performance Provide the basis for the development of self assessment tools to enable supervisors to identify training needs and to confirm and/or further develop competency 13

14 Innovation in clinical supervision Provide greater uniformity in the content and quality of clinical supervisor competency Provide clarity to the organisation, deployment and management of clinical supervision resources Promote interprofessional team learning of core competencies Foster a reflective approach to personal and professional practice 14

15 Links to BPCLE The BPCLE Framework was developed in Victoria as a guide for health services, in partnership with education providers, to coordinate and deliver high-quality clinical placements for health learners The BPCLE Framework ensures the creation and maintenance of positive education cultures and assist organisations to improve the student experience through strategies and mechanisms that monitor the quality of the clinical education environment 15

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