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1 An Introduction Ms. Rhona Jennings Sponsors: Mental Health Commission, Health Service Executive, St. Patrick’s University Hospital and St. John of God Hospital.

2 NMHSC - Project Topic Selection Individual Care and Treatment Planning that supports Recovery – Quality Framework Standard 1.1(MHC, 2007) Participating Teams Ten sites, 11 teams across a range of services and age groups Time Line November 2009 – April 2011 National Mental Health Services Collaborative

3 National Legal/Policy Context 2001: Mental Health Act :Quality in Mental Health Services - your views (MHC) 2006: Regulations S.I. No. 551 of 2006 Vision for Change (DoHC) 2007: Quality Framework for Mental Health Services in Ireland (MHC) 2008: Building a Culture of Patient Safety

4 Quality Framework for Mental Health Services A systems approach to improving the quality of MHS; Standards: What a service user/carer can expect (point of service delivery) Rules/Regulations/Codes of Practice are integrated Enablers: what’s required to deliver the service user standards Monitoring and Evaluation Implementation

5 Mental Health Services Context Compliance in 2007 with Article 15, Regulations for Approved Centres Very low compliance with care and treatment plans -18% (Inspector of Mental Health Services) Self assessment of compliance %

6 NMHSC Objective Generate change ideas and target improvement measures relating to individual care and treatment planning to support recovery

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8 Rationale – Methodology Service users /carers actively involved in all stages of planning and implementation of the proposed project Change ideas for implementation informed by service user / carer experiences (process mapping) Methodology - evidence informed, Evidence that it has worked elsewhere in health & in particular mental health services National Mental Health Services Collaborative

9 Rationale – Methodology Build the capacity of the system Implementation Sustainability Spread Outcomes focussed & time-bound Evaluation is an integral component Have a very good chance of success in the Irish context National Mental Health Services Collaborative

10 Project Plan Phases Initiation Phase Teams selected/Governance Structures / Knowledge Review/Evaluation 1 1 Implementation Phase Plan/Do/Check/Act Cycles Pre – Project Planning Training Needs identified/Measurement Tools/ Service Users journey mapped /Record base line data Summative Phase Record Outcomes/Spread the learning/Evaluation Report

11 Starting Point Reference Group Meeting – 19 th February 2010 Group description Identification of Learning needs Map service users journey Establish National baseline Identify Gaps Expected Outcomes Key improvement needed Measurement tools Learning needs identified

12 Learning Sets 1 st Session Learn about chosen topic Plan changes Agree on how changes are to be measured 2 nd & Subsequent Session Opportunity for teams to report on methods & results Learn from each others experience

13 Standards Best Practice ACT Analyse Mapping Journey/Needs Assessment Identify learning PLAN Act Implement Learning Align Journey Learning Assess Summative Assessment DO STUDY

14 The Journey Positive Journey for Service Users/Carers and Clinicians Active involvement Promote Recovery Approach Creating a supportive environment for learning and improving – Leadership – Culture Creating a learning network Measuring and reporting on outcomes

15 Contact Details Ms. Rhona Jennings – Telephone: (01) National Mental Health Services Collaborative


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