The team work in Emergency Department and Clinical Assessment Unit, 8-7 Monday to Friday and 8-5 at weekends. The multidisciplinary team deliver the comprehensive Geriatric Assessment and Dementia Assessments to support achieving a local CQUIN.Part of the AHPs working differently case study series.
The Crisis Response team is an interdisciplinary team working in the community. The team will work with patients for up to 72 hours and have a 2 hour response time. They work 7 days a week from 9am-8pm.Part of the AHPs working differently case study series.
Occupational Therapists and Community Assessment Officers (CAO) as part of their role in the Contact Team spend regular time rotating into the Social Services Contact Centre on a monthly basis. The team are employing an innovative approach to integration looking at creating links between all of the community services in Salford (all now under the umbrella of Salford Royal Foundation Trust including social services) to look where they can link up and reduce duplication.Part of the AHPs working differently case study series.
Physiotherapists and Occupational Therapists work with reablement staff, social services and discharge facilitators. The team works over 7 days from 08:30-16:30 and 8.00- 16.00 at a weekend, with patients of any age, but predominantly frail older people. The team covers: Acute Medical Unit (AMU - 56 beds), Clinical Decision Unit (CDU - 12 beds) the Emergency Department. Part of the AHPs working differently case study series.
Redesigned the way the Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy teams work together to become more integrated. Changed referral mechanism and introduced a joint prioritisation tool. Part of the AHPs working differently case study series
Benefits identified: Increased plain imaging and nuclear medicine, and procedures.This study is part of the AHPs working differently series.
A joint case study produced by Health Education England working across the North West and the Point of Care Foundation looking at the delivery of Schwartz Rounds. In 2013 Health Education England working across the North West identified Schwartz Rounds as an evidence-based intervention that can reduce staff stress, build team cohesion, and improve the capacity of staff to treat patients with empathy and compassion.
Karina registered as a volunteer with Foresight; a local day service for people with learning disabilities. She found this work to be very rewarding and wanted to forge a career in this sector around support work.The Traineeship programme offers young people the opportunity to gain valuable work experience in a quality real life working environment.
This case study explores the work undertaken by 5BP to develop managers and leaders at the Trust, ensuring that development is aligned to the Trust’s strategic objectives. In early 2009, the Trust developed a Leadership Development Framework, including leadership competences and leadership and management development programmes. The activity has enabled the Trust to align leadership development to the pursuit of Trust objectives, and has attracted considerable interest from both clinical and non-clinical staff in the Trust.
Lancaster University’s Centre for Training and Development (CETAD) has formed a partnership with local NHS Trusts, to create a mentorship qualification which can be delivered to a large range of health professionals, to help them to mentor trainees.This course has been well received by participants, and partnership working has cemented relationships between the university and local NHS Trusts.For more information, please contact;Tricia Kenny, Marketing Managert.firstname.lastname@example.org 593 318