Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Extraordinary health care right around the corner 1 | California Hospital Association Healthcare Workforce Coalition Mini-grant John Muir Health Amy Anderson.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Extraordinary health care right around the corner 1 | California Hospital Association Healthcare Workforce Coalition Mini-grant John Muir Health Amy Anderson."— Presentation transcript:

1 Extraordinary health care right around the corner 1 | California Hospital Association Healthcare Workforce Coalition Mini-grant John Muir Health Amy Anderson

2 Extraordinary health care everywhere you turn Agenda  Project description  Objectives  Successes  Challenges  Replication 2 |

3 Extraordinary health care everywhere you turn Project Description  Provide support for an annual JMH internship program which serves ethnically diverse, underserved students  Interns are placed in various departments  Many of those departments also sponsor externships at allied health schools  Grant guidelines: Qualified and diverse non-nursing allied health professionals Improve regional allied health workforce diversity 3 |

4 Extraordinary health care everywhere you turn Project Description  Partnership: Mrs. Sandy Johnson Shaw, Mt. Diablo High School Health and Bioscience Academy 4 |

5 Extraordinary health care everywhere you turn Project Description “Ethnically diverse, underserved students” District / County Mt. Diablo Unified School District Antioch UnifiedPittsburg Unified Acalan es Unified San Ramon Unified Contra Costa County High School Mt. Diablo Ygnacio Valley Deer Valley AntiochPittsburg % on FRMP* Total % Minority ** % Hispanic *** % African American *** % Asian*** * California Department of Education’s Free/Reduced Meal Program ** Includes American Indian or Alaska Native, Asian, Pacific Islander, Filipino, Hispanic or Latino, African American ***Percent of Total Student Population CA Dept. of Education, Educational Demographics Unit 2008–2009 Data 5 |

6 Extraordinary health care everywhere you turn “Ethnically diverse, underserved students” 6 | Project Description dq.cde.ca.gov/dataquest Mt. Diablo HSContra Costa County % on FRMP* Total % Minority** % Hispanic*** % African American*** % Asian*** * California Department of Education’s Free/Reduced Meal Program ** Includes American Indian or Alaska Native, Asian, Pacific Islander, Filipino, Hispanic or Latino, African American ***Percent of Total Student Population

7 Extraordinary health care everywhere you turn  Fall Semester Science curriculum Career exploration, speakers, interviews, professionalism workshop, resumes, business cards  Spring Semester Science curriculum Two eight-week internship rotations 7 | Project Description Jan 2010 Dec school year internships school year career exploration

8 Extraordinary health care everywhere you turn  Non-nursing allied health professionals - Placements 8 | Project Description Breast Health Center, Cancer Registry Research assistant, cancer registrar, genetic counselor Emergency DepartmentPA, EMT, ED tech, EKG tech Human ResourcesVarious HR careers (benefits, recruiter, compensation, director) MuirLabClinical laboratory scientists, medical laboratory technicians, phlebotomists, lab assistants, cytotechnologists, histotechnologists, client services, billing, lab sales/ marketing Medical Imaging, Nuclear Medicine Radiology technologists, sonographers, nuclear med technologists, transcribers, schedulers Non-Invasive CardiologySonographers, nuclear med tech, EKG techs PharmacyPharmacist, pharmacy tech RehabilitationPhysical therapy, speech therapy, occupational therapy Information TechnologyIT careers: desktop, analysts, LAN/WAN engineers, architects, operators, support center, project managers, programmers OtherMedical photographer

9 Extraordinary health care everywhere you turn Project Description  New scrubs were purchased /provided  Portfolios  College preparation workshop Educational goals, time management, applying, personal essay, budgeting, selecting the school, financial aid  Internships, speakers Interns gave final presentations to their fellow students, sharing the knowledge of careers they learned about in their internships  Supported department mentors  Supported internship coordinator  Marketing materials for youth 9 |

10 Extraordinary health care everywhere you turn  Up to 60 ethnically diverse students will be influenced  Increased awareness of allied health careers  Increase in sense of preparedness for college  Increase in perceived competence in job skills 10 | Objectives

11 Extraordinary health care everywhere you turn  Increase awareness of allied health career in ethnically diverse, underserved students Yes 96%  “Influenced what you are planning to do after HS?” Yes, 88% 11 | Successes Clinical Lab Scientist (CLS) Physical Therapist Phlebotomist Orthodontics Occupational Therapist Human Resources Medical Lab Tech (MLT) Speech Therapist Radiology careers OR Tech

12 Extraordinary health care everywhere you turn  Increase in sense of preparedness for college Yes 86% –Know the world a little better because of Beth –Better aware of the cost –Know more about planning. –It is much better knowing than not knowing –Scholarship sources, financial aid –The application process (more confident) –Finances, money management, budget –Keep control of bills and savings –The college setting –Resources to help reach my goal 12 | Successes

13 Extraordinary health care everywhere you turn Successes 13 | College Preparation Workshop

14 Extraordinary health care everywhere you turn  Increase in sense of preparedness for college Lower in second class ( ), compared to first class ( ) –First group: presentation in April, already applied to colleges, had received FAFSA results, reality was imminent –Second group: presentation in October (2010), had not started college application process 14 | Successes

15 Extraordinary health care everywhere you turn  Increase in perceived competence in job skills Work Ready Essential Skills tool created by East County Business–Education Alliance 15 | Successes % Need help/Working on it % OK / Pretty good % Awesome BeforeAfterBeforeAfterBeforeAfter Writing and Speaking to Communicate Read Comprehension Problem Solving/Analytical Skills Information Technology Skills Listening Skills and Initiative

16 Extraordinary health care everywhere you turn  Because of internship experiences, realized they were not as expert as they initially thought  “Simply answering the questionnaire raised awareness of these skills and their importance in the workplace” 16 | Need help/Working on it OK / Pretty good Awesome BeforeAfterBeforeAfterBeforeAfter Time Management Integrity/Honesty Work Accurately and Safely Conflict Resolution Leadership & Team Work Successes

17 Extraordinary health care everywhere you turn  Unexpected closer relationship between JMH and students More presence of JMH Coordinator in classroom  Self esteem from new scrubs – students were proud 17 | Successes

18 Extraordinary health care everywhere you turn 18 | Successes

19 Extraordinary health care everywhere you turn Summary  Increase awareness of allied health career in ethnically diverse, underserved students Influenced their post-HS path  Increase in sense of preparedness for college  Increase in perceived competence in job skills More students “Awesome” and fewer “Need help”  Enhanced link to JMH  Enhanced self esteem in job situation and in school  Marketing Materials  ** Academy for ** *East County Business–Education Alliance 19 | Successes

20 Extraordinary health care everywhere you turn 100% continue on with education after high school *http://data1.cde.ca.gov/dataquest 20 | Successes Graduation Rate* Mt. Diablo HSDistrictCounty %79.5 %83.8 %

21 Extraordinary health care everywhere you turn Challenges  Desire to extend the coverage of grant to end of second internship, to obtain more outcomes  Few students did not complete required assignments to earn internship Did participate in other opportunities –Professionalism workshop –College prep workshop –Received a portfolio –Speakers –Marketing materials 21 |

22 Extraordinary health care everywhere you turn  Will definitely continue this internship / partnership annually  Able to incorporate information from College Preparation Workshop  Can use as model for other schools  Scrubs will be used for many years to come!  Can continue to track changes in self assessment of essential job skills 22 | Replication

23 Extraordinary health care everywhere you turn Thank you to the California Hospital Association Allied Healthcare Workforce Coalition !!! 23 | Questions?


Download ppt "Extraordinary health care right around the corner 1 | California Hospital Association Healthcare Workforce Coalition Mini-grant John Muir Health Amy Anderson."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google