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2 Person centred care Caring for Staff


4 Mother Teresa  Be faithful in small things because it is in them that your strength lies.

5 Expectations on staff  Patient is the priority  Protection against avoidable harm  Open and honest communication  Zero tolerance of poor care  Acceptance of professional responsibility  Whistle - blowing

6 RCN Dignity Charter  Sets out rights and responsibilities  States: members and staff should treat each other with dignity and respect, care and consideration as well as valuing the rich diversity everyone brings to the RCN

7 Unknown  Anyone can hold the helm when the sea is calm

8 Leadership at all levels  Vision  Strategy  Context shaping  Goal setting  Measures of achievement

9 Expectations of Employers  Valuing  Recognising  Rewarding  Informing  Involving  Supporting

10 Tools in caring for staff  Set of agreed values/Code of Conduct  Preparation for role ( self management, professional ethic)  Recruitment strategies  Induction  Mentorship/coaching  Clinical supervision  Debriefing/feedback  Appraisal  Continuing professional development  Policies and Procedures

11 Culture/Context  How staff are rewarded and treated will affect the culture within which care is delivered  Teamwork, skill-mix, deployment  Frontline staff need to be empowered with the responsibility and freedom to deliver safe care  Support for self resilience

12 Traits of emotionally resilient people ( Brad Waters 2013 )  They know their boundaries  They keep good company  They cultivate self-awareness  They practice acceptance  They’re willing to sit in silence  They don’t have to have all the answers  They have a menu of self-care habits  They enlist their team  They consider possibilities  They get out of their head

13 Winston Churchill  We make a living by what we get, we make a life by what we give.

14 Stephen C Paul writer  Everything you do can be done better from a place of relaxation

15 Building emotional resilience  Talk to someone  Improve your self esteem  Manage your stress levels  Enjoy yourself  Limit your alcohol intake  Choose a well balanced diet  Get enough sleep  Develop good relationships  Know the warning signs

16 Rudyard Kipling  Teach us delight in simple things, and mirth that has no bitter springs

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