Presentation on theme: "Quality Staff = Quality home"— Presentation transcript:
1 Quality Staff = Quality home Jaydee SwarbrickProfessional Practice LeadQuality DirectorateDorset Clinical Commissioning Group
2 Workforce National Picture Registered nurses – Adult trained shortfall Safe staffing guidance - move of focus to community settings bu care homes NOT includedHealth Education England – come back campaignCarers – Cavendish certificateRole of commissioners
3 Workforce Local Picture Health Education Wessex – increased placed for adult nursing studentsCare certificate event to be planned – RBH to share experience from pilot projectSocial care recruitment – I care ambassadorsCareer development for care staff
4 Quality Staff – Quality Home Bournemouth University perspective Belinda HumphriesUniversity Practice Learning Adviser
5 BENEFITS TO THE STUDENT Able to understand the older person holisticallyTo learn to use resources appropriatelyUnderstand the value of assessment skillsDevelop communication skillsRealise the role of advocacyAwareness of services provided by the independent sectorAwareness of regulatory bodiesAwareness of growing emphasis on change of care provision from secondary to primary care
6 BENEFITS TO THE HOMEWorking partnerships and closer links between placement and the UniversityStudents will have access to evidence based practice and research.Encourages review of practiceStudents will have exposure and training in working in primary care enabling a future workforce to be competent in this setting.With a greater number of Care Homes engaged in training there will be more new graduates potentially considering their first post in this type of setting.Provides motivation to keep updatedSupport from other practitionersRaises the profile of the homeGreater awareness of CPD opportunities on offer at Bournemouth UniversityOpportunity for existing Nurses to develop and support students, enhancing their own practice and role satisfaction.
7 Opportunities for joint publications Publication in Nursing Standard:Sept 2013: Better togetherHeidi Williams Care Home Manager at the Magna Care Centre supporting a first year student nurse Katie Allway.
8 Evaluations from Student Nurses “I have really enjoyed my 3rd clinical placement and there has been a lot of learning opportunities and resources available. I feel I have benefited a great deal from the whole experience.”“ Caring for older people within an environment that is their home has provided new learning opportunities to caring for the older person in a hospital environment.”“ Although I have worked with older people before there were still things I have learnt.”“I have learnt a lot of new nursing skills… this placement has certainly been a positive experience”I believe I set my mentor a challenge in converting my views of nursing homes and I’m pleased to say that she succeeded!”
9 Bev Lockhart – Matron, Pinebeach Care Home Matron’s perspectiveValuing and retaining staff
10 Values Based recruitment What are your provider values?
11 Values based recruitment https://www.nsasocialcare.co.uk/values-based-recruitment-toolkitBy end of october 2014 it is expected to become a legal requirement for nurses and midwives to hold an indemnity arrangement in order to be registered with the NMCUK govt consultation last year, mandating professional indemnity for all healthcare professionsSelf employed need to ensure cover in placeOther providers – non NHS – check cover in place