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1 Leading Care: Ward Sisters and Charge Nurses Brendan McGrath Assistant Director of Nursing WHSCT

2 Development of Ward Sister/Charge Nurse Roles Leadership Development activities in legacy Trusts Local and Commercial designs Focused on experienced Ward Sisters/Charge Nurses Poor monitoring of application of learning to practice and changes in behaviour Limited formal support for new Ward Sisters/Charge Nurses No serious consideration of succession planning

3 Leadership Development activities in legacy Trusts CNLP (DHSSPS/BMC) MDOD RCN Clinical Leadership LEO Trust programmes with internal and external speakers Leadership symposiums

4 Succession Planning…. Recruitment challenges for Ward Sisters/Charge Nurse roles Partnership with HR Formal programme – Band 5 and 6. Programme incorporated KSF and LQF ECG Funded and NIPEC QA applied 3 Cohorts complete - No.50 Measures of success

5 Induction… Developed in 2008 Newly appointed to Band 7 and 8 roles 8 days – over 6 months LQF framework Leadership and management focus

6 Staff Nurse Development… Initiated in 2006 – Foyle legacy – now Trust-wide Band 5 Nurses 6 day programme – 6 weeks Personal effectiveness within Teams Delivered by NEDC and MDOD Input from Trust speakers Positive evaluation – participants and managers Mentorship Preparation

7 The Role of the Ward Sister/Charge Nurse Clinical Experience Sister v Manager Respect for colleagues Increase in paperwork Frustration – not in control Staffing levels and skill mix Communication Hospital Cleanliness

8 Leading Care: Ward Sister Charge Nurse Regional Project Aim of the Project To create a dynamic role which empowers ward managers to: participate in the delivery of the organisations objectives maintain and monitor a safe and effective environment improve and enhance the patient and client experience manage and develop the performance of their team.

9 Project Groups NIPEC Project Lead NIPEC Senior Professional Officer s NIPEC Professional Officer & Project Lead & Trust ADNs Trust ADNs & Project Officers Steering Group Working Group Subgroup 1Subgroup 2 Subgroup 3 Moira Logan (Ward Managers all Trusts & areas of practice) Olivia McManus (Ward Managers all Trusts & areas of practice) Michelle McCartan (Ward Managers all Trusts & areas of practice) Trust Project Officers Trust Reference Groups Bronagh Scott Brendan McGrath Project Support

10 Leading Care: Ward Sister/Charge Nurse Regional Project Project Outputs – 3 Work streams Agree Role Title Competency Profile Generic Job Description KSF Post Outline Succession Planning Pathway Induction to role and CPD Consultation via Trust Stakeholder Groups

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12 The Way Forward… Leading Care: Consultation feedback and Recommendations Options available to Trusts Investment to enable 20% Release of Time Regional development opportunities Local development activities Resources available to support this programme of work


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