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  1. CROSSHOUSE HOSPITAL NHS AYRSHIRE AND ARRAN Dr Rowan Wallace (Consultant Geriatrician) on behalf of the project team FRAIL AND ELDERLY PATHWAY PROJECT

  2. Background Existing structure Team members Frailty index Pathway model Preliminary outcomes Case studies Summary OVERVIEW

  3. ‘new consultant syndrome’ BACKGROUND

  4. Medical student elective project Integrated Care and Enablement Service ‘Frailty project’ All people >65 years admitted to medicine over 10 days included. Followed up at 2 month and 6 months. Frailty index applied Aim to assess burden of frailty and whether outcomes were related to frailty score BACKGROUND

  5. Results of frailty study 175 people admitted 75.4% patients had a score of >4 Significant proportion were admitted to medical specialties other than geriatrics and these were more likely to be ‘boarded’ Higher frailty meant longer length of stay Time to senior review up to 24 hours – and not necessarily to commence GCA BACKGROUND

  6. EXISTING STRUCTURE CROSSHOUSE HOSPITAL MEDICINE FOR THE ELDERLY WARDS XRAY ACUTE MEDICAL RECEIVING WARD ED PHARMACY

  7. EXISTING STRUCTURE

  8. ATTENDANCE RATES

  9. CONVERSION TO ADMISSION

  10. 6 Consultant Geriatricians 70 ‘acute’ inpatient beds 8 allocated to Care of the Elderly daily – chosen by criteria based on the BGS Silver Book IC&ES (Integrated Care and Enablement Service) based in 3 community hubs EXISTING STRUCTURE

  11. EAST ICES(Joint Health & LA managers ) NORTH ICES SOUTH ICES ICES MANAGER Team Leader (Community & Assessment Rehab Nurse) x 1.0 wte Physiotherapy x 3.5 wte Occupational therapy x 3.3 wte Comm Assess & Rehab Nurse x 2.0 wte Pharmacy x 0.8 wte Dietitian x 0.5 wte Care Manager x 1.0 wte Homecare Manager x 2.0 wte Support Assistant x 7.0 wte Technical Instructor x 2.07 wte Falls Technical Instructor x 1wte Rehabilitation Assistant x 4.0 wte Administration x 5.3 wte Carers x 27wte Response Team x 30wte Team Leader (Physiotherapist) x 1 wte Physiotherapy x 1.5 wte Occupational therapy x 3.5 wte Community Assess & Rehab Nurse x 2.8 wte Pharmacy x 1.0 wte Dietitian x 0.5 wte Social Work Assistant x 1.0 wte Technical Instructor x 2.47 wte Falls Technical Instructor x 1.0wte Administration x 3.5 wte Carers are accessed from the local authority Reablement service. Team Leader (Community & Assessment Rehab Nurse) x 1.0 wte Integrated Care Practitioner x 1.0wte Physiotherapy x 3.5 wte Occupational therapy x 2.8 wte Community Assessment & Rehab Nurse x 2.0 wte Pharmacy x 0.8 wte Dietitian x 0.5 wte Technical Instructor x 3.0 wte Falls Technical Instructor x 1.0 wte Income Maximiser x 1.0 wte Administration x 3.35 wte Carers x 4.48wte

  12. 6 Consultant Geriatricians 70 ‘acute’ inpatient beds 8 allocated to Care of the Elderly daily – chosen by criteria based on the BGS Silver Book IC&ES based in 3 community hubs Mental Health Liaison review by email referral Ward based pharmacy EXISTING STRUCTURE

  13. Early identification of frailty Improve admission to senior medical review time Improve admission to specialist GCA start time Early identification of delirium Improve service user and carer experience Decrease unplanned admissions Not adversely affect 4 hour wait times AIMS OF PROJECT

  14. Rowan Wallace, Consultant Geriatrician Shauna Cathcart, Pathway Facilitator Joan Pollock, East Ayrshire Social Work Elizabeth Young, North Ayrshire Social Work Stuart Gaw, ICES Manager ICES Specialist Geriatric Nurses – Evelyn Boyle and Yvonne Deans Stephanie Staines, Deputy Charge Nurse ED Mary Ann McEwen, A&E Mental Health Liaison, Older People Toni Fernandez, Community Wards GP Julie Mardon, ED Consultant Rebekah Wilson, Occupational Therapy Team Lead (Representing AHP) Dale McLelland, Development Manager, Older People Services Karen Mathie, Service Improvement Facilitator Ashley Strannigan, Charge Nurse CDU Lesley Herd, Pharmacist Admin – Lynn Kirkland and Annegela Schaffield ANP – Donna Lundie Charge nurses from Care of the Elderly wards – Maureen Fleming and Lynn McLaughlin TEAM MEMBERS

  15. Many are available Most are overly complex Simple design Based on Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment FRAILTY INDEX

  16. >65 years age with 1 or more of below Residential or nursing home resident New acute confusion (delirium) Impaired mobility or other functional impairment Fall in past month Dementia (4AT) Incontinence Care Package MEWS>3 FRAILTY INDEX

  17. MENTAL HEALTH SCREENING TOOL

  18. PHARMACY INFORMATION