The Welsh Government's prudently advancing practice awardThe team at Lancashire Teaching Trust introduced supplementary radiography non medical prescribing, and a system whereby cancer patients are reviewed by a specialist radiographer in a dedicated review clinic. Patients are now reviewed weekly, or more frequently if necessary, with an approach that will also take into account their psychosocial needs, thus providing a patient-centred, holistic consultation.
The horizon-scanning blogs and bulletins are an initiative from the LIHNN network of NHS libraries in North-West England. They are not a traditional current-awareness service but aim to highlight the latest developments, trends and technologies which will have an impact on practice in the future. This bulletin is compiled by John Gale, JET Library, Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
Workforce planning is about ensuring that the NHS has the people we need when we need them. With over 1000 different employers across the private, public and voluntary sectors employing 1.4m people in over 300 different types of jobs, workforce planning cannot be the sole responsibility of individual organisations.Download Workforce planning guidance 2015/16 from Health Education England.
The briefing sets out the background and key messages for what devolution may mean.
Please find attached North West Health Care Libraries':
- Plan on a page 2015-16 which shows high level aims and objectives in the context of Knowledge for Healthcare.
- Operational Plan – which shows how the programme of work for 2015-16 will be delivered.
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.
This document presents a Resilience Framework to help organisations support their health visitors and foster their resilience in the workplace.The purpose of this framework is to continue to develop, support and retain resilient, compassionate health visitors thereby improving health outcomes and experiences for children and families.This Resilience Framework is an innovative toolkit which can be applied to other professions and at organisational, team and individual level and to other professional groups.
MDT Placement WorkshopsThe workplace MDT workshops are open to final year health and social care students on placement in Yorkshire and Humber and aim to develop understandings about professional roles and team working. Since 2005, 335 workshops have been delivered at local authority and NHS sites involving 2506 students from 13 different professions (involving the Universities of Bradford, Huddersfield, Leeds and Leeds Beckett University).Student feedback continues to be positive with workshop format and content still regarded highly (see full report and appendices for further det
HENW and the University of Chester hosted a conference on understanding and building preceptorship in North West healthcare organisations. The day presented emerging research on the picture of current preceptorship offers and showcased best practice from a number of Trusts leading the way in developing and delivering first class programmes.HENW introduced information from the national work on this area and a group discussion brought together ideas on how we can forward best practice across the region.
Health Education England’s Mandate recognises the importance of the Integrated Care agenda, with a commitment to work closely with the Health and Social Care sector on workforce planning / modelling, training and development to ensure a workforce that is responsive to the changing models of care now and in the future.