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Effective Practitioner Stakeholder Engagement Stirling Management Centre 20 January 2010

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  1. Effective Practitioner • Stakeholder Engagement • Stirling Management Centre • 20 January 2010

  2. Housekeeping • Fire Alarm • Mobile Phones • Coffee and Lunch • Facilities

  3. Aims • To raise awareness of the Effective Practitioner initiative • To identify a range of interventions which would assist NMAHP’s at levels 5/6 career framework • To agree the preferred options for development, pilot, implementation and evaluation

  4. More Senior Staff – level 9 Consultant Practitioner – level 8 Advanced Practitioner – level 7 Senior Practitioner – level 6 Scottish Career Framework (SGHD 2009) Registered Practitioner – level 5 Assistant Practitioner – level 4 Senior Healthcare Support Worker – level 3 Healthcare Support Worker - level 2 Support Worker – level 1

  5. More Senior Staff – level 9 Clinical Academic Careers Initiative Consultant Practitioner – level 8 Consultant NMAHP Succession Planning Advanced Practitioner – level 7 Advanced Practice Toolkit Senior Practitioner – level 6 Effective Practitioner Registered Practitioner – level 5 Flying Start NHS Assistant Practitioner – level 4 HCSW Toolkit Project Senior Healthcare Support Worker – level 3 Initiatives to support the Scottish NMAHP Career Framework Healthcare Support Worker - level 2 Support Worker – level 1

  6. Considerations • 11 Professions - 9 Allied Health Professions, Nursing and Midwifery • Variety of care settings and environments • Range of career pathways

  7. Facilitated discussion: morning Do you agree with the key elements of the effective practitioner? Relationship based approach to professional practice Demonstrating person centred, safe effective healthcare Care delivered with dignity respect and compassion What support is needed? Locally - Nationally For individuals – For teams What is generic and what is professions specific What interventions would help? Consider large numbers of NMAHP’s Differing practice locations…. stages in career….career aspirations…. levels of motivation, variable IT skills,

  8. Feedback from AM discussion Do you agree with the key elements of the effective practitioner? Qualities of all practitioners.. So make the initiative specific to this group, Plain English rather than political language. Collaboration, Leadership, Terminology Effective…Progressive?, “Practice makes Permanent”, “In flight….”, “Practitioners Educational Framework, .. Valuing this group...Staff having an ownership and recognising themselves. Stages in career and length of career, What support is needed? Support structures: leadership key, mentorship and support, opportunities to discuss with peers and team, networks, e.g.help to understand health policy and drivers, research awareness, support in clinical decision making, guidance on career pathways… not just upwards. What interventions would help? Link to other work… KSF, Revalidation, Leading Better Care, RRR’s - 10 Essential shared capabilities, ScCore elements Team approach rather than for individuals. Emphasis common elements rather than profession specific

  9. Facilitated discussion: afternoon Development of interventions Web based resources, Use of new and future technologies, Potential for a development programme or other interventions. Pilot Testing 1 or 2 interventions or a range of interventions Test on large or small scale Implementation What needs to be national for consistency and transferability? What needs to local to promote ensure ownership? Evaluation What nature should evaluation of Effective Practitioner initiative take? How do we know the initiative is improving quality of care?

  10. Priorities….to inform the final session. Take final 5-10 minutes of this session to agree the priorities over the next 2 years for the effective practitioner initiative

  11. Effective Practitioner • Stakeholder Engagement • Stirling Management Centre • 20 January 2010