Celebrating Interprofessional Learning Success Across the North West: Transforming Learning Environments builds on the success of the excellent education partnerships and strong placement infrastructure networks, this resource provides evidence of the breadth of activities and commitment to Interprofessional Learning in the North West.As new service models emerge, the focus will be on the transformation of learning environments, and an ever increasing need to ensure that the current and future workforce is able to adapt to changing environments and work flexibly in multiprofessional teams
Health Education North West
The core purpose of the Education Commissioning plan is to ensure there is an appropriate supply of clinical staff who have the skills, knowledge, values and attitudes to meet the needs of patients, carers and healthcare employers. Central to this is the recognition that users of healthcare services should expect the highest level of safe and individualised care and that staff are able to access high quality education and training based on the best available evidence.
Pharmacy Workforce Development in the North West: ANNUAL REPORT FOR 2014This Report has been prepared for Health Education NW by Geoff Saunders, Programme Manager - Pharmacy Networks and Alison Pritchard, NW Lead for Pharmacy Support Staff Training. Development and has been approved by the NW PWDB.The annual report contains information on:
Thank You to those NHS Trusts who submitted intial data for (via the eWorkforce Portal Tool) on Tuesday 30th June 2015 - this will inform an initial direction of travel for the North West. The next step of the process is "Confirm and Challenge" and the documents on this page have been updated to provide guidance/hints and tips to ensure the submissions are of a high quality.Final deadline for completed / sign-off submission - Friday 17th July 2015Please see the attachments on the Right Hand Side of this page for guidance documentation for the 2015/16 Workforce Planning Round
WRaPT supports and enables workforce redesign – way through when you’ve already made decisions. You can undertake impact assessments of your change on the approach to the size, shape and cost of the modelled workforce required WRaPT can hold and model workforce data from an economy enabling for the first time an ability to workforce that serves your patients.
The introduction of the Aintree at Home (A@H) Community Therapy led Service in December 2012 was in response the Trust needing to increase the number of medical discharges. This was achieved by facilitating more timely and effective safe discharges and contributing to an improved patient experience by providing continuation of their functional rehabilitation and short term care support in their own/family home. This new model presented an innovative solution to supporting bed capacity management at Aintree.
The project at Blackpool Fylde and Wyre Hospital NHS Trust aimed to use teleswallowing to link to and provide input to nursing homes remotely. Secondary aim was to provide SLT communication therapy using computer technology, using iPads, laptops and video as a service (VaaS) technology Speech & Language Therapy assessments / interventions for dysphagia are provided remotely into 8 selected nursing homes.
The team has 4 functions:Rapid Response Plus: This is a 72h service linked with Social Services. They provide early supported discharge from hospital or in community placement and reablement.Rapid Response: This is an up to 14 day service. The aim is to facilitate discharge from a ward or step up in community. Early Supported Discharge for COPD patients.Community IV Service: Managed by nursing staff.Part of the AHPs working differently case study series.
Integrated Community Care Teams are based in localities aligned with General Practitioner practice clusters. The multi-professional teams are based within GP premises where possible and monthly MDT meetings occur to discuss patients with the whole team and GPs.
The Countess of Chester's radiology team's development of a new community ultrasound service.The community U/S service was a joint project with CCG to improve the service for rural GP’s.Part of the AHPs working differently case study series.