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Student Nurse Handbook Contents 1 Welcome to the Trust 1 Message from the Director of Professions 2 Clinical Experiences Available 3 Student Support 3 Learner Support Officer 4 Adult Branch Mount Vernon Hospital Stroke Rehabilitation Unit Community Rehabilitation and Respite Unit Intermediate Care Teams and Locality Centres Community Placements 9 Child Branch Community 10 Learning Disability Branch Keresforth Centre Community Learning Disability Team 11 Mental Health Branch Department of Psychological Medicine Kendray Hospital Community Mental Health Teams Useful Information Welcome to our Trust Student Handbook It is the aim of Barnsley Primary Care Trust that every learner will It is with great pleasure that Barnsley Primary Care Trust presents this be welcomed into a friendly, supportive and efficient learning Student Handbook. Barnsley PCT is a large and diverse organisation environment, which is staffed by highly qualified and caring health and one, which whole heartedly supports and embraces education professionals. across the workforce. We endeavour to provide placements that will contribute to the Students are seen as essential in shaping the future health services clinical skills and competencies of student health professionals. and PCT has a commitment to support students throughout their Our placements will aim to provide the students with the ability to educational programme. function effectively in a team and to participate in a multi-professional approach to the care of service users. Our aim is the creation of well-educated, confident and competent practitioners who are fit for purpose fit for practice. In order to Angela Glover achieve this our placement areas are audited against best practice Learner Support Officer standards for education and reflect national guidance. We are February 2006 also committed to ensuring that health care students are taught by mentors and teachers who are well supported and possess the practical skills and competence at the highest level. Continuing professional development is an integral part of the PCT philosophy and as an organisation we are committed to ensure that once qualified, practitioners are able to develop and maintain new skills and expertise according to new and progressive roles. This Student Handbook will act as a guide for students throughout their practice placement providing relevant and useful information to support them successfully through their educational experience. Margaret Kitching Director of Nursing and Professions 1 Clinical Areas Barnsley PCT NHS Trust offers a wide range of high quality clinical learning areas, in the following specialities Child Branch Community Mental Health Adult Learning Disabilities Adult Branch Community Adult Branch Aging/Rehab/ Continuing Care The Trust is proud that it has close educational links with Barnsley Hospice, “Together working for wellbeing”, Making Space Organisation, Independent Advocacy Service and Voluntary Mental Health Helpline. 2 Student Support Angela Glover Learner Support Officer Centre for Learning and Development Barnsley PCT Keresforth Centre Barnsley S70 6RS Tel: 01226 435762 Ext: 4152 E-mail: email@example.com Learning Environment Manager-usually senior staff nurse or Angela Glover Learner Support Officer based at Kendray Hospital nursing sister on each area Angela started her career as a cadet nurse in 1974, becoming a State Mentor/Assessor-usually the experienced qualified member of Registered Nurse (SRN) first then qualified as a State Certificated staff assigned to you during your placement Midwife (SCM) working in that role in Barnsley for many years. After that she worked as a staff nurse concerned with care of the elderly at Associate Mentor-a qualified member of staff who is interested the Oaks Respite Unit and then at Mount Vernon Hospital she saw an in mentoring student nurses and has not yet qualified as an opportunity to be seconded as a Curriculum Project Support Officer assessor. – one of 13 posts created throughout the Trent region, one for each Trust. Clinical Link Lecturer-lecturers from the University who will visit the ward to support students and mentors. Founded by the Workforce Confederation for a year, Barnsley PCT decided to make the appointment of Learner Support Officer and Angela secured the post in May 2003. Angela sees her role as that of a visible link between the PCT and the universities, securing, organising and monitoring student placements during their three-year study and training programmes. The role also involves ensuring the students are supervised while on placement which means supporting their nursing mentors including annual assessor update sessions with University tutors who are assigned to each placement area. Angela deals with any problems or queries from the students and their mentors and helps organise study days on subjects that staff feel their student placements need as well as reflection sessions where students can discuss what they’ve learned along with any problems. To help in the continued training of students and their placements across the PCT and in the community, every community locality and each ward or department at Kendray, Mount Vernon, Keresforth and the DPM has a Learning Environment Manager. These Managers are Senior Nurses with an interest in education issues who oversee and guide the student mentors. Angela sees no shortage of nursing students coming through the system, whether they are post-graduates, people returning to nursing after breaks or those seconded from other roles in the PCT. “Those seconded from Barnsley PCT have to work here for a year when they finish their studies and then they can move wherever they like. Many choose to stay here in Barnsley which is good.” Angela is also the State Enrolled Nurse Conversion link where SEN’s train and go on to become RGN’s. When a qualified nurse wishes to Return to Practice, Angela is the Trust link who organises their academic course and their clinical placement. Angela is also a part of the Venepuncture training team working with community nursing staff to train people to take blood samples. When members of the public enquire about training to become a nurse, she gives advice and sends out relevant information to them. Angela says: “I came into nursing to make a difference and I hope I’m still making a difference. I really enjoy this role where no two days are the same. I try to look after people as I would a member of my own family and make them feel special.” 3 Welcome to your Aging /Rehab/Continuing Care Placement in Barnsley Primary Care Trust Useful Telephone Numbers Mount Vernon Hospital Ward 4 L.E.M. 01226 433270 Diane Collinson M.V.H Ward 5 L.E.M. 01226 433247 Karen Riordan Stroke Rehabilitation Unit L.E.M. 433233 Carol Bishop Intermediate Care Teams and Locality Centres L.E.M. 433226 Chris Richardson Community Rehabiltation and Respite Unit L.E.M. 433444 Carol Nayeri I.T SERVICES (help with your computer password) 01226 435624 Daniel Binney Clinical Link Tutor wards 4,5 & Intermediate Care Teams , Stroke Rehabilitation Unit, Barnsley Hospice and Autumn House Nursing Home.Havenfield Lodge firstname.lastname@example.org Kath Steele Clinical Link Tutor for Community Rehab and Respite Unit (C.R.R.U.) email@example.com Bev Bennett Clinical Link Tutor for Highfield Grange Locality Centre, Halsteads and Rockley Dean Nursing Homes 0114 222 9689 Andy Finch Highfield Grange Locality Centre, John St,Wombwell,Barnsley S73 8LW 01226 754071 Debbie Griffiths Havenfield Lodge,Highfield Rd,Darfield,Barnsley S73 9AY 01226 753111 Donna Holmes For further information please contact: Angela Glover,learner support officer,Centre for Learning and Development,Keresforth Centre,Barnsley S70 6RS Tel 01226 435762 firstname.lastname@example.org 4 Mount Vernon Hospital Mount Vernon Hospital has 56 beds caring for elderly people who There are female staff changing facilities on each ward. Male staff’s require rehabilitation, 18 of which are designated stroke rehabilitation changing facilities are located in a room on the main hospital corridor. beds. The Stroke Rehabilitation Unit is also at the Mount Vernon Jewellery should be kept to a minimum, i.e. wedding ring, and 1 pair Hospital Site and has a separate entry in this handbook. of small earrings only. No other visible body piercing is permitted. Each ward has two F grade sisters in post who are the lead clinicians on the area. Each placement has a Learning Environment Manager Wards at Mount Vernon Hospital Shift Patterns (please see telephone list for details). Early Shift 0715 to 1445 Adult Branch Student Nurses will be allocated a mentor on each ward Late Shift 1415 to 2145 with whom they can negotiate their off duties. Night Shift 2135 to 0725 At Mount Vernon Hospital Student Nurses are supernumerary to ward Ward managers have requested that if any student nurses wish to staffing levels. They are not expected to work night shifts unless it is work night shifts during their placement, this should be mentioned their wish to do so. when contacting the L.E.M. prior to the placement commencing. Uniform Policy An “Introduction to the Elderly Placement” is usually organised for the first day, information regarding this is sent to the Student Nurses Uniforms should be worn appropriately, with the correct footwear, whilst they are at their academic base prior to their placement belts and badges. Uniforms must not be worn to travel to and commencing. from work, (unless the student nurse has been placed with the Intermediate Care Teams based on Ward 1). Changing Facilities for Student Nurses on Clinical Placements within Barnsley Primary Care Trust Branch Placement Details Adult: Care of the Elderly Mount Vernon Hospital Female staff changing facilities on all wards Male staff changing facilities off main hospital corridor between wards 2 and 3. Community Rehabilitation Female staff changing facilities on unit. and Respite Unit. Male staff changing only available in staff toilet (there are no current male permanent members of staff ). Intermediate Care Uniform is worn during travelling to care for service users in their own homes. Adult: Community Community Nursing Uniform worn from home and during travelling to care for service users in their own homes. Health Visiting Check with individual Health Visitor to see if you need to wear uniform or mufti. 5 The Stroke Rehabilitation Unit Intermediate Care Services Based at Mount Vernon Hospital All these services are part of the National Health Service therefore are free at the point of delivery. Rehabilitation Admission Avoidance The Stroke Rehabilitation Unit at MVH consists of 18 beds for both male and female patients aged 18 years onwards. Rapid Response Team Tel: 01226 777793 The unit has a dedicated Interdisciplinary team of Nurses, Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Speech and Language Established in December 2000 operating 24/7. Caring for a maximum Therapists, Dietician, Psychologists and Social Worker with specialist 15-18 patients depending on dependency for up to 14 days, knowledge and training in caring and treating patients who suffer according to the patient’s needs. from a stroke. Offers multi-professional treatment and support for older people who, Aims of the Stroke Rehabilitation Unit without the service, would be admitted to hospital. n To maximise potential of all patients n To provide integrated care and rehabilitation from a The team consists of qualified nurses, physiotherapist, occupational dedicated team therapist, social workers, support workers,health care assistants, n To offer a patient centred treatment plan speech and language therapist and a dietician. Most referrals are made by G.P.’s , Accident and Emergency Named Nurse/Therapist system Department and Medical Assessment Unit to the nurse in charge on the shift, and the staff aim is to reach the patient to begin the On admission to the unit each patient is allocated a Named Nurse assessment within 2 hours of receiving the referral. together with a Named Therapist. Patients can be nursed in their own home, a locality centre or nursing Together these two professionals will be responsible for the care and home bed supported by the team, with medical cover from the rehabilitation from admission through to discharge. patient’s own G.P. or, if out of their G.P. area, by the G.P. covering for that locality centre. Specialist Skills Offered within the Stroke Rehabilitation Unit n Access to Consultant Nurse-Stroke Services, Stroke Co-ordinator Conditions managed include chest infections, urinary tract infections, n Individual patient goal setting falls (in line with government initiatives to reduce the number of n Self-medication programme people attending Accident and Emergency following a fall and n Skilled rotating rehabilitation assistants subsequently being admitted to hospital),TIA’s, dehydration requiring n Interdisciplinary training packages to external groups sub-cut infusions and intravenous antibiotic therapy. n Sensory education group n Individual weekend activity programme The team also cover District Nurse visits out of hours n Access to dysphasia trained nurse i.e. 6.00pm to 8.30am. n User/carer involvement n Satisfaction questionnaire n Patient involvement in meal preparation Facilitated Discharge Hospital at Home Team Introduction to the Placement Session Tel: 01226 730000 Ext. 3230 or 01226 777953 A representative from the Stroke Rehabilitation Unit is invited to speak Established in 1995 to enable discharge of medically stable patients to Student Nurses during this session, which is usually organised for to take place earlier than otherwise would be the case by offering the first day of placement. multi-professional therapy and support in the patients own home. An average of 17 patients will be on the scheme at any one time and stay L.E.M. Carol Bishop 01226 433233 from a few days up to 8 weeks, according to individual needs. The team consists of nurses, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech and language therapist, dietician and rehabilitation support workers with any medical intervention necessary coming from the patients own G.P. Reasons for referral include new disability from stroke, decreased mobility, lacking confidence following a fall, assessment prior to receiving a large care package or making the decision to go into permanent care, education of carers regarding a piece of equipment. Visits are planned over the 24 hour period according to the patient’s usual day but staff only stay overnight as part of the initial assessment period to establish any night-time needs. Referrals are taken Monday to Friday 9.00 am to 5.00 pm. Close liaison with Social Services means that services will be in place when on-going needs have been identified and a patient is discharged from HAH (Hospital at Home). 6 Locality Centres Community Rehabilitation and Respite Unit Referrals are made via the Intermediate Care Assessment Team. Introduction A 16 bedded unit, all on one level, providing for the rehabilitation The locality centres (originally called resource centres) were and respite needs of the physically disabled, offering inpatient and developed by Social Services as part of the reconfiguration of outpatient facilities. local authority ‘old peoples homes’ to provide rehabilitation and recuperation beds in the community. They are now part of the Staffing: Primary Care Trust’s intermediate care services. n Consultant n Secretary The number of beds has increased as part of the Older People’s n Trained Nurses Strategy – closure of beds at Mount Vernon Hospital and The Oaks n Care Assistants Unit has funded these developments in line with Government n Neuro-Rehab Nurse Specialist guidelines e.g. The National Plan and The National Service Framework n Physiotherapist (NSF) for Older People. n Occupational Therapist n Speech and Language Therapist Currently beds are available at Highfield Grange Wombwell, Greenside n Psychologist Mapplewell, Green Park Penistone, Oakwood Royston n Activity Co-ordinator n Therapy Assistant Patients are medically stable but need further convalescence, External Staff: rehabilitation or Social Service assessment before they can return n Social Worker home. n Dietician n Urology Therapists attached to intermediate care visit the centres to treat n Appliances patients, train staff and participate in discharge planning. Nursing n Medical Physics care is provided by qualified nurses from intermediate care and/or District Nurses and medical cover by the G.P. Care Managers from Aims of the Unit Social Services liase with the locality centre managers to move Rehabilitation – to promote and maximise the full potential of patients through the system appropriately. patients using an interdisciplinary approach. Respite – to provide high standards of care and health promotion, For further information or informal visits please contact: offering respite as appropriate to patient/carers needs. Linda Barker Learning Environment Senior Nurse Intermediate Care Ward 1 Whilst on the unit it is hoped you would be able to Mount Vernon Hospital a. Spend time with members of the multi-disciplinary team in order Mount Vernon Road to gain an understanding of their role within the unit. This will Barnsley include allocated time with the neuro-rehab nurse specialist. S70 4DP b. Gain experience in: n Admission and discharge planning Tel: 01226 777 079 or 01226 730 000 Ext. 3218 n Care planning and assessment E-mail: Linda.email@example.com n Promotion of continence n Administration of medications Highfield Grange Day Centre n Promotion of independence n Moving and handling Age Concern run the Highfield Grange Day Centre, John Street, n Improving communication skills - verbal and written Wombwell. The manager has kindly agreed to allow you to visit c. Knowledge and understanding of such conditions as: the centre for a day whilst you are undertaking your elderly care n Multiple Sclerosis placement. n Head Injury n Spinal lesions/injury If you wish to spend a day at the Centre, please contact n Cerebral vascular accidents n Cerebral palsy Donna Rose n Huntington’s disease Day Centre Manager n Chronic pain Highfield Grange Wombwell You will have access to a range of journals, articles and books on the Tel 01226 755480 unit. The unit has an ongoing in-service training programme. If you are unwell and unable to attend, as a courtesy to the staff You will have the opportunity to discuss your placement learning please inform the centre, together with your placement assessor and requirements with your mentor. your University Programme secretary in the usual way. Shifts Early 07.45 - 15.15 For further information please contact; Late 14.30 - 22.00 Angela Glover Nights 21.45 - 08.00 Learner Support Officer Training and Development Dept If you wish to work a night shift please negotiate this with your Kendray Hospital mentor or Learning Environment Manager: Carol Nayeri Tel 01226 777820 ext. 4152 External 777791 Internal 3444 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 7 Community Placement Information For Adult and Child Branch Student Nurses in Barnsley Primary Care Trust Welcome to your community placement in Barnsley Primary Care Trust.As a student nurse you will be supported and encouraged by the health professionals you are working with to achieve your competencies. Individual community nurses and Health Visitors will be your named mentors, but there is also support available for both student nurses and their mentors from the following- Learning Environment Managers Locality Name Base and contact details 1 Diana Cross D/N Silkstone Clinic 01226 791036 2 Catherine Ward H/V Mapplewell Clinic 01226 390251 3 Diane Kistell H/V The Worsbrough Centre,West St 01226 438053 4 Lynne Johnson H/V Royston Clinic Church Lane Royston 01226 700669 5 Karen Rawson D/N Goldthorpe Centre 01709 886285 Child Branch Ann Marie Horsfall School Nurse Garland House Surgery Darfield 272277 Clinical Link Tutors Adult Branch Julie Skilbeck 0114 225 5613 e email@example.com and Julie Steers 0114 2252284 e mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Lead Link Lecturer Kath Steele 0114 222 9920 Child Branch Lynda Smith 0114 222 9756 e mail email@example.com Learner Support Officer Angela Glover 01226 777820 ext 4152 e mail Angela.Glover@barnsleypct.nhs.uk I hope you enjoy your community placement. Angela Glover 5.2.08 2 4 3 5 1 8 Child Branch Child Branch Student Nurses Barnsley Primary Care Trust offers child branch of student nurses placements with Health Visitors for their community module. During their placement the student is encouraged to organise time with other health professionals such as the School Nurses and Community Midwives. The University Of Sheffield School of Nursing and Midwifery Clinical Link Tutor for Child Branch Community Placements in Barnsley is Lynda Smith Tel: 0114 222 9749 9 Learning Disability Branch Learning Disability Student Nurses Placement Contact Details L.E.M Clinical Link Tutor C.L.D.T Birk House, Calder Crescent, Joyce Dent Bronwyn Roberts Kendray S70 6JF Tel: 01226 775 377 Tel: 0114 225 2558 Specialised Resources Unit Keresforth Close Laura Oates Ext 3420 Bronwyn Roberts Havenfield Lodge Highfirld Road Donna Holmes Jane Murphy (Privately Owned) Darfield, S73 9AY Tel: 01226 753 111 Tel 0114 222 9929 Keresforth Centre Therapy Services Learning Disabilities Learning Disabilities The therapy team currently bases on the Keresforth Site consists of: Specialised Resources Unit Day Services n Physiotherapist n Occupational Therapists Keresforth Specialist Resource Unit n Speech and Language Therapists n Therapy Assistants Keresforth Specialist Resource Unit (KSRU) provides day opportunities to adults with profound/complex learning disability and associated The team work with adults who are on the learning disability register physical disability and/or behaviours which challenge the service. The at the Keresforth site and in the Community. unit adopts an integrated health and social care model supporting service users in their development whilst providing therapeutic The team can be contacted as follows:- nursing care. The emphasis of the unit is to support service users in Occupational Therapy/Physiotherapy Ext; 3415 community integration and participation in line with ‘Valuing People’. Speech and Language Therapy Ext: 3406 Community Learning Disability Team The team supports adults who have a diagnosis of a learning disability across the borough of Barnsley. The team work within the framework of the Community Care Act and the Department of Health Document ‘Valuing People’ which is working towards providing better life chances for people with learning disabilities, offering more choice and control to our clients, supporting carers, improving health and increasing opportunities with regards housing, employment, with aspirations of a full and purposeful life for the people we work with. Based at Birk House Kendray Estate Learning Environment Manager: Joyce Dent Tel: 01226 775377 10 Mental Health Branch Department of Psychological Medicine Referrals to Day Hospital are from consultant psychiatrists, in-patient facilities, community mental health nurses, social workers, general Acute Adult Mental Health practitioners and therapy staff. The team consists of ward managers, nursing sisters, staff nurses and All clients are assessed in their own home by qualified Day Hospital auxiliary nurses who work closely with service user groups, carer staff prior to Day Hospital admission. During assessment visits a organisations, A&E Liaison, advocacy services, social services and comprehensive assessment of physical and mental health is carried allied health professionals, (for example, occupational therapists, out and standardised testing of mental state takes place. Clients and physiotherapy and the Arts Therapy Dept.) their carers are given the opportunity to meet with nurses from Day Hospital, discuss what will happen during attendance, and have the There are two in-patient wards, Day Therapy Team, out-patients and opportunity to ask any questions they may have regarding their care Psychiatric Emergency Team, ECT treatment suite and ICA (Intensive needs. Care Area) on site. The Department of Psychological Medicine currently shares the Barnsley District General Hospital site On first attendance the client has base line observations carried out blood samples are taken and carry out a physical examination. Care The Acute Mental Health Unit at Kendray will be called the Oakwell plans are completed and agreed with the client. Day Hospital focuses Centre and is due to open in June 2008. on therapeutic and diversional activities as an important part to the clients treatment plan therefore clients are encouraged to choose Ward 7 a range of activities, which then forms the activity part of their care Learning Environment Manager: Rachel Butterworth Ext: 2190/2309 plan. Ward 9 During Day Hospital attendance clients are reviewed by the Learning Environment Manager: Lynda Holden Ext: 2317 multidisciplinary team every 12 weeks, clients families are invited and encouraged to attend to ensure the needs of both clients and carers are given consideration in planning for future care. Kendray Day Hospital Day Hospital staffing consists of : Kendray Day Hospital is a 20 place a day facility for people over the 1 x F Grade Sister - L.E.M. Meg Sykes Ext 4622 age of 65 years suffering from functional mental illness, and people of 2 x E Grade Staff Nurses any age group who are suffering from memory problems. 2 x Part time nursing assistants The function of the Day Hospital is to provide assessment and There is also input from physiotherapists, occupational therapists and monitoring of mental health over a period of 3 to 6 months. After arts therapy. which time clients will be moved on to alternative day care if required or discharged with follow up clinic appointments with medical staff. In Day Hospital the aim is to provide a comfortable, homely environment where clients feel supported during the assessment and The Day Hospital is open from Monday to Friday between the hours of monitoring process. In the environment each client is treated as a 9 am to 5 pm and deals each week day with a specific client group: unique individual with potential to improve and maintain his or her mental well-being and obtain the best possible quality of life. Mondays Severe and younger onset dementia Tuesdays Depressive illnesses Wednesdays Enduring mental health problems Thursdays Mild to moderate dementia Fridays Anxiety management 11 Kendray Hospital Ward 4 Health Centre and Moorland Court Day Centre. The two different venues provide for choice of access to clinic in terms of time and Ward 4 is an 18-bedded unit, which provides re-assessment for people nearest location to home. over the age of 65 years who have mental health needs. Ward Sister & Learning Environment Manager: Julia Dickinson We offer clients pre-planned stays of 1 week, at regular intervals Tel (01226) 777825 dependant upon need. Activities/Function The unit has input from medical staff, Physiotherapists and Art Therapy. Groups and activities are held on a daily basis by nursing The inpatient rehabilitation service addresses the early/primary staff and therapists. rehabilitation needs of its clients. The core clinical activity of the ward consists of a wide range of clinical and non-clinical assessments We also have a liaison nurse who works independently, carrying out to determine short and long term needs of clients. This is achieved assessments in people’s homes and liasing closely with G.P.’s, social through an assessment pathway care. Short-term needs are those workers and community nurses. needs that are to be immediately addressed by the ward team, with multidisciplinary input and client’s participation. There may be an opportunity for mental health student nurses to work some night shifts whilst placed on ward 4. Long-term needs are those needs that are identified as necessary to maintain the client’s progress and promote independent functioning Learning Environment Manager: Gillian Hanna Ext 4080 in the community, long after discharge. This stage of care is usually undertaken by the Community Mental Health Teams, Assertive This ward is also audited as a placement for adult branch student Outreach, Psychiatric Emergency team and non Statutory Support nurses as part of their aging/rehabilitation/continuing care pathway. Agencies. At the conclusion of inpatient episode of care each client will have Kendray Hospital Ward 5 agreed discharge plans for aftercare and support, facilitated through the Care Programme Approach multidisciplinary process. Adult Mental Health Rehabilitation Mental Health Recovery This includes the aftercare of clients who have undergone detention Service under the Mental Health Act at any stage of their current inpatient stay. Ward 5 is a ten-bed inpatient unit for short and extended stay clients. The ward provides for comprehensive assessment for client’s Learning/Training Area rehabilitative needs, including assessment of pertinent and individual risks prior to discharge into community living. Ward 5 is also a learning/placement area for Student Nurses undertaking their advanced diplomas in Nursing. It is also a practice The assessment of necessary skills to enable individual functioning in area for other students from the other clinical/therapeutic and social the community includes daily living skills, social skills, employment work disciplines. opportunities, appropriate housing facility, and leisure and diversional needs. Kendray Hospital Ward 6 Allocation of Beds Ward six is a 21 bed functional assessment unit for both male and 10 beds in total: 4 beds each for male and female clients, allocated for female clients. It caters for the inpatient services for older people rehabilitation purpose. The remainder 2 beds are allocated to respite with mental health problems. We are part of the Nurse Development care users (one bed for each gender) for respite care not exceeding Unit and are currently involved in research projects. As part of our two weeks in duration. inpatient services clients are offered therapeutic interventions from our complementary therapies team. Ward Personnel n Ward Manager Staff follow a model adapted from Orem’s self care theory. n Ward Sister & Learning Environment Manager This approach relates to the clients ability to carry out self-care n Staff Nurses (Named Nurses) activities to maintain their own well-being. n Nursing Assistants n Support, Time and Recovery Workers (STR) All staff has a responsibility toward their clients and ensure that their practices are effective and respectful. They believe that each client The Residential Area and Location has a choice in his or her self-care needs. The unit is situated in Kendray Hospital, and predominantly houses They are committed to challenge and where necessary will change the inpatient services for the older people mental health services and their practice to meet the needs of the client. Their aim is to maximise the Trust administrative facilities. independence, recovery from illness, individuality and dignity, thereby promoting a positive attitude towards self-care. An inpatient substance detoxification is unit annexed to Ward 5 and functions within the remit of the broader substance misuse service Individual to Ward 6 is the development of the “Community Link (Mental Health). Team”. This service unique to ward 6 helps support clients in the transition from hospital to home. This service aids recovery and A venepuncture and health monitoring clinic for Clozapine drug prevention of possible relapse. therapy is also part of ward 5 extended responsibility. An experienced and knowledgeable team provides clinic sessions at Lundwood Learning Environment Manager: Diane Macauley Tel 01226 730000 ext 4021 12 13 Community Mental Health Teams Learning Environment Managers Name Team Contact no Base Helen Totty North 01226 390 370 / 0777156779 31 Greenside Ave, Mapplewell S75 6BB Helen.Totty@barnsleypct.nhs.uk Kate Wood Central Tel 248610 Ext. 3520/3521 Fax 246457 Littleworth Court, Lundwood, Barnsley S71 5RG Karen Barass South Tel 341374 Fax 755326 Summer Lane Centre, Karen.Barass@barnsleypct.nhs.uk Wombwell,Barnsley S73 8QH Eammon Lynott Elderly Ext 4001 Eammon.Lynott@barnsleypct.nhs.uk Oaks Building Kendray Hospital, Doncaster Rd,Barnsley,S70 3RD Danella Senior Dearne Tel 752839 Danella.Senior@barnsleypct.nhs.uk Summer Lane Centre Wombwell (as above) Steve Nurcombe Crisis Resolution and Ext 2313 Liz.Wills@barnsleypct.nhs.uk D.P.M.Ground Floor Liz Wills Home Treatment team Lynnette Robinson Assertive Outreach Tel 777075 Fax 289143 The Lodge Kendray Hospital (as above) Lynette.Robinson@barnsleypct.nhs.uk Gail Johnwood Community Child & Ext 3170 Fax 777905 New St Clinic,Upper New St,Barnsley S70 1LP Adolescence Team Gail.Johnwood@barnsleypct.nhs.uk John Booth Community S.M.U Team Tel 787316 Fax 787315 1 Burleigh Court,Barnsley,S70 1XY John.Booth@barnsleypct.nhs.uk Joanne Tandy Early Intervention Team 01226 434224 The Lodge Kendray Hospital (as above) Joanne.Tandy@barnsleypct.nhs.uk Jane Greentham Community Memory Team 01226 434246 The Oaks Building Kendray Hospital Jane.Greentham@barnsleypct.nhs.uk List updated 18.2.08 14 C.M.H.T. North C.M.H.T. - Older Person C.M.H.T. North The team comprises: 31 Greenside Avenue n 1 x Team Leader - Sandra Keen (6 months secondment) Mapplewell n 9 x Community Mental Health Workers Barnsley n 2 x Social Workers - vacant posts, agency cover at present S75 6BB n 2 x Social Workers Assistants - 1 vacant post n 3 x Support Workers - 1 vacant post Learning Environment Manager: Helen Totty n 1 x Health Care Assistant n 2 x Secretaries/Admin Support C.M.H.T. Central The Team is split into 3 sectors, each sector has its own referral meeting weekly with the Consultant in that area and the Staff Grade. C.M.H.T. Central The 3 areas are: Littleworth Court Lundwood North East Team Dr. Waziri (locum) Barnsley Janet Johnson Sxxxxxxxxx Eamon Lynott Vacant nursing position Learning Environment Manager: Kate Wood Dr. Snidt (temporary SHO) South East Team Consultant - vacant position, locum in place Darrell Fleetwood C.M.H.T. South Kay Hoyland Sharon Rich SHO - vacant position, locum in place C.M.H.T. South Summer Lane Centre West Team Consultant - vacant position, locum in place Summer Lane Vacant nursing position Wombwell Vacant secondment nursing position Barnsley Sara Watson S73 8QH Dr. Sood The team comprises: The teams work with all people over the age of 65 with mental health n Consultant Psychiatrist problems. They cater for clients with mental health problems such as n 3 x CPN’s schizophrenia, recurrent/resistive depression, anxiety and dementia n 2 x Social Workers Enduring – 1 Approved with complex needs, also people with young onset dementia. n 2 x CPN’s Primary n 1 x 2 CPN Job Share Primary Care Referrals come from all agencies, but the General Practitioner needs n 2 x Psychotherapists to be informed and to have seen the client and agreed to referral to n 1 x CBT Psychologist rule out any physical causes to the mental health problem. n 1 x Counsellor n 3 x Admin Staff n 4 x Support Workers Learning Environment Manager: Karen Barras Operational Team Manager: Andy Hart Team Objectives/Philosophy We provide a high quality needs led service, which caters for all clients with mental health problems aged between 16 and 65. We are committed to providing comprehensive responsible and flexible services, which will enable the achievement of a quality of life, which is acceptable to the client and their carers in the community. 15 Community Mental Health Teams continued C.M.H.T. Dearne Valley Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Now at Summer Lane Centre, Wombwell The team consists of 4 qualified nurses, 2 therapists and 6 admin and Tel: 01226 752 839 clerical support staff. Fax: 01226 755 787 The team are centred at New Street Clinic but also attends several The team comprises: community clinics. n 1 x Team Leader n 2 x CPN for Enduring Team The service provides: n 3 x CPN for Primary Care Team n 2 x PSW/ASW Assessment and interventions for children and young people (age n 1 x Social Worker range 0 – 16) focussing on emotional, behavioural, developmental n 1 x Social Worker Assistant and mental health problems n 2 x Support Worker n 1 x OT Learning Environment Manager: Gail Johnwood Ext: 3170 n 1 x ST & R Worker n 2 x Admin n 2 x Clinical Psychology Community Substance Misuse Team n 1 x Psychotherapist n 1 x Counsellor n 1 x Cognitive Behaviour Therapist 1 Burleigh Court n 1 x Consultant Psychiatrist Leaning Environment Manager n 1 x Staff Grade Psychiatrist Carol Radford Tel (01226) 434018 Learning Environment Manager: Danella Senior Student Nurses placed with this team also expeience time with the Operational Team Manager: Beverley Ruffler following Team Objectives/Philosophy n Substance Misuse Voluntary Agencies n Inpatient Misuse Unit Kendray Hospital To work within an accessible adult mental health service, engaging n Court Diversion Team (Mental Health) with clients, carers and multiple agencies. n Drug Intervention Programme Provide effective care to optimise and maintain clients mental state enabling them to maximise their potential and improve quality of life. 16 Barnsley Early Intervention Team Assertive Outreach Team Barnsley Early Intervention Team The Lodge The Lodge Kendray Hospital Kendray Hospital Doncaster Road Doncaster Road Barnsley Barnsley South Yorkshire South Yorkshire S70 3RD S70 3RD Tel: 01226 777 075 Tel: 01226 730000 ext. 4224 Fax: 01226 289 143 In line with the Governments drive to modernise mental health The team comprises: services, Barnsley P.C.T have developed a dedicated Early Intervention n Team Manager in Psychosis team. The community service provides a high quality n Team Leader bio-psychosocial care for individuals who experience first onset n Dual Diagnosis Specialist of psychosis aged 14-35 years old. Clients and their families are n 5 x Community Mental Health Nurses supported through a three year programme. Each case manager n 3 x Social Workers holds up to ten clients on their caseload with co-workers identified for n 5 x Community Support Officer each individual. n 1 x Senior House Officer n 1 x Secretary The philosophy underpinning the service is recovery orientated and care will focus upon social inclusion strategies aimed at promoting Learning Environment Manager: Lynette RobinsonOperational Team independence. A strengths approach to enpower service users and Manager: Kev Ware carers will be central to service delivery. Team Objectives/Philosophy Young people within this service often have complex needs, including substance misuse problems, offending behaviour, borderline learning To provide a high quality needs led service which is accessible in a disabilities and personality disorders. We therefore work closely with local setting to all who are affected by mental health problems. We other agencies such as Youth Offending Team and Substance Misuse are committed to providing a comprehensive, responsive and flexible Services. service, which is acceptable to the client and their carers and their community. Services will be provided on an equitable basis and be The team consists of a team leader, four nurses, a social worker and sensitive to individual circumstances and beliefs. intermediate support time and recovery worker. All team members are trained in the use and application of psychosocial interventions. We believe that clients and carers have the right to be involved in both their individual care and continued service development and The current working hours for this service is Monday to Friday 09.00 we will work together with clients and carers to enable them to - 17.00. However there are plans to extend this to evenings and achieve this. Every team member will work to provide a professional, weekends when the team increases in size. accountable and co-ordinated service ensuring continuity of high quality care. We welcome students interested in serving a clinical placement with us. There are five trained staff within the team who hold appropriate Working hours - 8am to 9pm - Monday to Friday Teaching and Assessing qualifications to facilitate such placements. Shifts Either - 8am to 4pm - Midnight to 8am or 9am to 5pm Weekends and Bank Holidays - 9am to 5pm Team Leader: Joanne Tandy Useful Information Helen Cherry Students may need to contact me for: Personnel Officer (HR Information and Staffing) Tel: ext 4047 n Regarding application to the PCT n Regarding application to the University My Involvement with Nurse Training: n To claim their book allowance n Matters where their right to something under the terms and Officially I am named as the Trust Contact for the Nursing Training conditions of employment may impact upon their college course. Programme between the PCT and the SYWDC, and the PCT and the (for example maternity leave). University. n Advice on terms and conditions of employment and how these are affected by training etc. I ensure that we run the Nurse Training Programme within the PCT’s n To discuss their return to work following completion of training. policy on Nurse Training, and to work with the relevant professionals and managers to achieve this. I am responsible for working with the professional staff in completing the Recruitment process and following this ensuring at the correct paperwork is completed. photography/design/production www.rabbitdesign.co.uk Barnsley Primary Care NHS Trust Training and Development Department Kendray Hospital Tel: 01226 777820 Angela Glover would like to thank all Learning Environment Managers and Student Nurses for their participation in this booklet.
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