Presentation on theme: "Tools for Implementing the Health Gain Programme and Service Responsiveness Maureen Murfin, NHS Derbyshire County Elaine Varley, NHS East Midlands 11 January."— Presentation transcript:
Tools for Implementing the Health Gain Programme and Service Responsiveness Maureen Murfin, NHS Derbyshire County Elaine Varley, NHS East Midlands 11 January 2011
Learning from the Health Trainer Programme Competent to practice: – HT1 Make relationships with communities – HT2 Communicate with individuals about promoting their health – HT3 Enable individuals to change their behaviour to improve their own health and wellbeing – HT4 Manage and organise your own time and activities National qualifications Evidence based: Improving Health Changing Behaviour: Health Trainer Handbook Reviewed in 2010 and made available as e learning: www.healthtrainerhandbook.com
Learning from the Health Trainer Programme Health Trainer Services across 7 out of 9 PCTs – 99 Health Trainers – 26 Trainees – 40 Health Champions Over 14,000 clients: – 62% are from the 2 most deprived deprivation quintiles Of clients going onto develop a personal health plan: – 61% achieved their PHP – 21% part achieved their PHP – 18% did not achieved their PHP
East Midlands Health Gain Programme Taking the learning from the Health Trainer Programme and Yorkshire and Humber Behaviour Change Framework development Making the case – talk through process for our EM Project Framework development Competence for individuals Realisation need to go further onto organisation
Service Responsiveness Organisational competence – Learning from NHS Derbyshire County Whole systems approach grown from the ground – Appropriate referral pathways – Responsive – With supported self management (where referral not appropriate) Use of clinical pathways i.e. map of medicine
Contact Us Maureen.Murfin@ntlworld.com Elaine.Varley@nhs.net
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