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1 HESW Community & Primary Care New Education Contract Communication Launch Thursday 22 nd January 2015

2 Clare Chivers Deputy Director of Education & Quality Ian Bramley Innovation and Development Manager

3 Welcome & Introductions Housekeeping Fire – no practice scheduled Toilets Mobiles – turn off or onto vibrate Agenda for today is on the table 3

4 Agenda 1000Welcome and Introduction to the DayCC 1010Background and ContextCC 1030The Community and Primary Care Workforce Education Tender Exercise IB 1100Refreshments 1120The New Education Programmes and their DevelopmentUniversities 1220Preparation for the WorkshopsCC 1230Lunch 1330WorkshopsAll 1530Summary and Next StepsCC Close 4

5 Community & Primary Care Workforce Development Background and Context Clare Chivers

6 National Policy Drivers Healthy Lives Healthy People; DH Nov 2010 updated June 2011 The NHS belongs to the People: A Call to Action; NHSE July 2013 Investing in People for Health and Healthcare; HEE Dec 2013 Transforming Primary Care; DH April 2014 & from Simon Stevens, NHSE Oct 2014

7 National Workstreams

8 Work with Service Commissioners to…. 1.Support the current workforce to transform community services to deliver integrated, personalised care to individuals and populations whilst ensuring that the service continues to be delivered safely with high quality 2.Develop a future workforce that can work in this newly transformed health and social care context. 8 Strategy will provide a framework to locate all the initiatives into a coherent whole EDUCATION TENDER SPECIFICATION Lots going on already

9 NEW Education Contract Successful bidders to the tender exercise: Plymouth University University of the West of England Education contract is for 5 years based on 3 years, plus 1 year, plus another 1 year To be designed in Partnership with Service: Workshop 1 today, future workshops: Tuesday 10 th February 2015 & Tuesday 3 rd March 2015

10 HESW Community & Primary Care Education Contract Tender Exercise Ian Bramley

11 Purpose 1.Support the current workforce to transform community services to deliver integrated, personalised care to individuals and populations whilst ensuring that the service continues to be delivered safely with high quality 2.Develop a future workforce that can work in this newly transformed health and social care context.

12 Principles Flexible and responsive to Service Commissioners plans Accessible workforce development opportunities Developmental - building year on year Seek & plan common development opportunities for interprofessional learning

13 Key Deliverables Integrated working Leadership Personalisation Anticipatory care and prevention Using technology (text messaging, Skype etc.) Creative thinking (to challenge normal ways of working) Mental health introductory skills Drug and alcohol misuse management introductory skills Medicines management The wider Public Health agenda – making every contact count……and more

14 Content of Education Contract Multiprofessional Common Foundation Programme Condition Specific Modules, including o Academic Partnership Modules Continuing Professional Development, including o Masterclasses, Action Learning Sets, Work Based Learning Clinical and Professional Leadership 14

15 Community and Primary Care Workforce Development A collaborative approach between UWE and Plymouth Alison Hughes: University of the West of England Cate Wood: Plymouth University 15

16 Plan for today … Two halves…. Philosophy Application – details of what is available: outline of different elements of tender /credits/ structure Collaboration and alignment Stakeholders 16

17 Alignment and working together Community Leads Have an overview Strong links with practice Individual student experience Joint evaluation Sharing best practice – continuous quality improvement embedded Standardising (transferability) We’ve done this before…. 17

18 Philosophical underpinnings…

19 A person centred approach to workforce development 19 Adapted from Dahlgren and Whitehead 1992, UWE

20 Principles underpinning of workforce development plan: care closer to home Person-centred Multi-professional learning and working Integration and Partnership Critical decision making Leadership Patient Safety Evidenced based, linked to patient outcomes 20

21 Educational principles guiding workforce development plan: care closer to home Employer led / Partnership model Student centred Values based learning and teaching Autonomous practitioners Flexibility Accessible / large geographical area Pick and mix – meet your service needs 21

22 What is available….

23 From April 2015… Condition Specific modules (Frail older person, Dementia, End of Life, Multiple Long Term Conditions (as one condition) Work based learning modules Some additional transitional modules as per service demand e.g. practice nursing/diabetes CPD: full suite of modules to support practice are available at both institutions e.g. examples

24 Academic Partnerships Established and successful Healthcare Academic Partnership scheme, delivered across the South West, providing opportunities for delivery in localities and speciality areas of practice (condition specific modules) Quality assured by University, but….driven by practice need e.g. renal; respiratory Clinician-academic partnerships

25 Evidencing Work Based Learning Part of contract provision Work based learning projects Brings together development needs of service and student Self-directed learning / learning contract Critical Reflection Flexible

26 Building tailor-made education New education provision can be built upon to create individualised trajectories of knowledge development from PG cert, diploma, Masters & PhD at both institutions Currently SPQ at UWE / FGPN at Plymouth Flexibility to dip into different programmes to build qualifications tailored to the individual & service needs For example: 40 credits (MPCFP) plus 20 credits = PG cert

27 Multi-Professional Common Foundation Programme Module 1 Partnership working / co- production / ‘community of care’ Managing complexity / co-morbidities Risk assessment Vulnerability / frailty Public health / social determinants / inequalities Module 2 Principles of holistic assessment (mental /physical / LD) Clinical decision making/ autonomous practice Building therapeutic relationships (personalised care/ communication / IP skills) Technology to enhance practice Promoting health/wellbeing 27

28 Outline of Multi-Professional Common Foundation Programme Two modules running concurrently (total of 1 day p/w) Both 20 credits (40 credit programme) Each module 8 days (4 month programme) Blended learning approach…. 50/50 split of online and face to face learning Module 1 & Module 2 (complementary) Variety of assessments / competencies Two cohorts – September 2015 and Jan/Feb

29 Where now…? Further collaboration to align: – Learning outcomes – Module delivery – Assessment strategies – Condition specific modules – Leadership / CPD provision Mindful of keeping some individuality of each University, whilst collectively embracing the core ethos of the primary and community care workforce development needs across the South West 29

30 Workshops - Design in Partnership with Service Partnership working How would you like to be involved in the design of the programmes? Who are the Stakeholders we should involve? Second workshop Tuesday 10 February 2015 Third workshop Tuesday 3 rd March 2015 Accessibility How would you like the learning to be delivered? Frequency of programmes? Location for delivery? Employer-led Recruitment How would you like learners to be recruited onto the programmes? Reporting What information do you want to receive about learners and when? Ideas and thoughts, Q&A Be creative, innovate, ask, clarify, challenge and BE PART OF THIS….. 30

31 Summary and Next Steps 31


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