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					 ALLIED HEALTH
PROFESSIONALS
  ECG WORKSHOP
    7 MAY 2010
 DHSSPS OVERVIEW
  CROSS-CUTTING THEMES
 NICE  Guidance, Strategic Themes,
 policies, Service Frameworks, Adverse
 Incidents, e.g.
     Physical Disability Strategy
     Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults
     Emotional Health and Wellbeing Strategy
      CROSS-CUTTING THEMES
             (Cont’d)
 Multidisciplinary   training and education
  opportunities
     CPD for Non –medical Prescribers
     Uni-Professional requirements
 Inter-professional review of safety and
  quality in undergraduate curricula
 Team Working (clinical decision making)
 Leadership
                     CONTEXT
 CSR      3 years and beyond:
    Reduced public services purse ie £344 million
     efficiency target 2008-2011
      •   Equivalent 9% of budget per Trust over 3 years
      •   Vacancy/workforce controls
      •   Reconfiguration of services
      •   Reform and modernisation
      •   Added focus on quality and productivity
   HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE
           BOARD
 Plan and commission services across
  Northern Ireland
 With LCGs ensure services reflect local
  need and priorities within five localities
 Drive improved efficiency and
  performance (old SDU)
   PUBLIC HEALTH AGENCY
 Improve  health in general
 Reduce health inequalities
 Health promotion, eg obesity, suicide
  prevention, teenage pregnancy
 Focus on better co-ordination of health
  and social care interventions
 Patient safety
 Personal and Public Involvement (PPI)
                   PFA TARGETS
   To be achieved by March 2011 e.g.
       Elective care (9 weeks)
       Improving acute services, eg A&E and Stroke
       Supporting people at home, eg
         • Reducing unplanned admissions
         • Facilitating discharge
         • Delivering care in the domiciliary setting
       Improving Mental Health Services, eg
         • Preventing admissions
         • Resettling long-stay patients
         • Assessment and treatment pathways
             MENTAL HEALTH
Bamford Action Plan and Mental Health Service
                  Framework
 Key Components include:
     Psychological Therapies Strategy (2009)
     Personality Disorder Strategy (2010)
     Risk Assessment and Management (2009)
     Dementia Strategy (2010)
     Mental Health Promotion Strategy (2010)
     Patient Safety: (McCleery, O’Neill, McElhill inquiries)
     Prison Health Care – Patient safety, self
      harm/suicide, mental health awareness and learning
      disability awareness and long term conditions.
        LEARNING DISABILITY
 Bamford Action Plan and Learning Disability
             Service Framework
 Key components include:
     Focus on health improvement, health facilitation, in
      both Primary Care and Acute care
     Risk Assessment and Management
     Community Forensic care for people with learning
      disabilities
     Autism Strategy
     Impact of Ageing and Dementia Strategy
     Children with complex needs guidance
     Community based assessment and treatment
               OLDER PEOPLE
   Key components include:
       Stroke strategy (2008)
       Dementia Strategy
       Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults
       Northern Ireland Single Assessment tool
       Chronic and complex disease management
        (Respiratory and Cardiovascular Service
        Frameworks)
       Connected health and technology
       End of life care
       Patient experience standards
       Older people’s services framework
      QUALITY STRATEGY: BEST
        PRACTICE BEST CARE
 Standards,    Safety, Patient Experience and
 PPI
     Understanding and applying Quality Metrics to
      focus on outcomes
     Understanding Safety methodology
      (prediction, Prevention, Safer Patient
      Initiatives)
     Public Health Thinking – Starting to look at
      Strategy
                eHEALTH
 Preparation   for information age healthcare
 ICT skills to use systems and software
 Informatics skills to synthesise and
  analyse
 Understanding of application of technology
  in AHP practice
 PALLIATIVE AND END OF LIFE
      CARE STRATEGY
 End  of Life Care Pathways (100% of staff
  who initiate/manage must be trained)
 Generic Skills in Symptom Management (4
  commonest symptoms – pain, nausea,
  agitation and breathlessness)
 Communication skills at all levels
 Inter-professional learning at Specialist
  Palliative Care level
   HEALTH CARE ASSOCIATED
          INFECTION
 Review   of HCAI education (NIPEC)
 Identify Core Knowledge/skills
 Identify Specialist knowledge/skills
 Improve skills in surveillance methodology
 Responsibility of all HSC staff
        CHILDREN AND FAMILY
             SERVICES
                     AHP
 Ongoing Safeguarding Supervision training on
  new processes
 Reviewed Child Health Promotion Programme
  (CHPP)
     Applicable to AHPs, Health Visitors, School Nurses
      and Midwives, GPs, etc
     Ongoing updating of practice and training required
     E.g. new standards, WHO growth chart, new contact
      schedules, National Screening Committee and NICE
      guidance (neonatal screening, ASD Action plan
      recommendations, etc)
      CHILDREN AND FAMILY
           SERVICES
 Children and Young People with physical
  health care needs
 Transitions
 Specialist practice within Community

				
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