Presentation on theme: "General Practice Primary Care Workforce Planning & Development Community Education Providers Network Abdol Tavabie Interim Dean Director Health Education."— Presentation transcript:
General Practice Primary Care Workforce Planning & Development Community Education Providers Network Abdol Tavabie Interim Dean Director Health Education Kent, surrey and Sussex 8 th May 2014
Create the capability to lead patient experience and outcome focused education and development Move from historic strategies based on each professional group in isolation To integrated education strategies focused on patient care groups, that are evidence based and evaluated Integrated Education Strategies Service Redesign Patient care groups Evidence based Evaluated MedicineDentistryPharmacyGPs AHPs Nursing Bands 1 - 4 Healthcare Scientists HE KSS
3 Key Messages Workforce must be aligned to service Care closer to home through care pathways. Effective teams are more important than individual excellence. Funding should align with training need – not based on history. Most of the future workforce is already working in the NHS – CPD Spend should reflect this.
HE KSS SDS Priorities 5 1. Dementia care Ensure staff have assessment and diagnostic skills so that people with dementia benefit from early diagnoses; Ensure those looking after people with dementia have support and training to provide excellent care; Develop supportive and effective on-going care planning and case management skills from diagnosis to end of life care. 2. Primary care Ensure the primary care workforce is able to meet the challenges of the future by developing a primary care workforce strategy
6 3. Emergency care Realise the potential of the whole emergency workforce team to maximise their contribution; Support providers with workforce and education interventions to develop alternative models of emergency care provision. 4. Children and Young People Contribute to the health and wellbeing of children and young families by supporting growth in the health visitor workforce. 5. Compassionate care Recruit and educate students with the right values and behaviours so that patients and their families experience compassionate and dignified care.
7 HE KSS Priorities Service DriverWorkforce PrioritiesSkills Development Strategy Older PeopleDementiaDiagnostic Skills Awareness Training – over 15000 by Dec 2013 Education and Training for Carers Dementia Fellowship programme Student/Trainee Shadowing. Improved MortalityEmergency CareAdditional Emergency Care medicine Improved Clinical Decision Making – eg 111 programme. Increased paramedic commissions. Long Term ConditionsPrimary CareCommunity Education Providers Network Practice Nurse Development – common pathway Increased placement capacity for students and trainees Oral Hygiene programme with nursing/care homes. 7 Day working – safety and access Children & Young People Health Visiting Asthma UK Joint working with social care and education. Francis & BerwickCompassion & Patient Safety Resilience – Swartz rounds Florence Nightingale Fellowships - Bespoke Quality Improvement methodology training/AHSN
General Practice Primary and Community Care Workforce Planning and development Phase one- Primary Care based in General Practice Phase two- Community clinicians and other Providers including Dental Practitioners, Pharmacists and Optometrists and their staff Phase three- Cross boundary working between primary and secondary care services 8
General Practice Primary Care Workforce Planning and Development The underpinning aims of the Health Education England is to: Improve Quality of patient Care Develop a whole workforce responsibility Develop a multi-professional ethos- team based care The HEKSS is signed up with the above principles & 1.To improve education and training for all the workforce 2.To increase placements in primary care and community for the future generation of clinicians including Nurse students, GP Trainees and Paramedic Practitioners students and Health Care Assistants 3.To put in place a robust plan for the future workforce planning in primary care and community 9
Developing Community Education Providers Network (CEPN) – Designed to train staff for where population will need care. (closer to home) – A Network of Community Providers which: Offers all students, trainees, staff and the public a new exposure to population based healthcare Multi-professional education and training Inter-professional working & learning Academic input from AHSN& HEIs Public health Third sector Other providers Specialist training & placem ents Local Authority CCG alignment Palliative Care, mental health Population
CS Cc SS Ph REGISTERED PATIENTS Teaching & innovative practices and smaller GP surgeries Social Services Paramedics Pharmacists Community Consultants Community Services A centralised unit, Within which services Maintain autonomy Community Education Providers Network (CEPN)
General Practice Potential advantages of Community Education Providers Network (CEPN) Opportunity for developing education and training provision to reflect local needs. Opportunity to train and develop next generation of workforce locally. A solution to premises constraints A positive approach to multidisciplinary workforce. Improving the provision of training for healthcare working together for local community Encouraging the use of limited resources to improve workforce planning and development. Collaboration will deliver large scale change Enable provider-led change and improvement Improve moral and confidence in working collaboratively 12
General Practice Progress so far Continue 2 A Primary Care Academic unit in Partnership with the HEKSS to support primary care workforce in their education &training, research activities and innovation. Professor Patricia Wilson is our Professorial Chair for Primary Care Academic unit. A four universities working party has produced a common educational pathway for Practice Nurses with aspiration becoming Advanced Community Nurses in future 13