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Newly qualified Practitioners (Nurses, Midwifes& Allied health Professionals)
- To support the development of a competent and confident registered practitioner who can excel in terms of delivering excellent patient care, delivering the Bart’s health values, and integrating up to date evidence based practice and safe quality care
- To identify talented newly qualified practitioners that will benefit from further career development programmes to grow into future clinical leaders at Barts Health.
Knowledge on completion of this module successful participants will be able to:
a. Assess and utilise good quality evidence and up to date knowledge to assess, plan/devise, deliver and evaluate the impact of care safely and compassionately.
b. Use critical reflection in clinical practice and justify how this enhances patient care.
Skills: This module will require for the successful participant/s to demonstrate:
a. The ability to competently carry out clinical area specific core skills enabling delivery of safe, quality, evidence based and compassionate care.
b. High quality care which is person centred, evidence based and delivered based on clinical judgements and decisions agreed in partnership with others involved in the care process including service users.
c. The selection of appropriate and relevant skills in order to communicate findings, influence change and promote health and best practice.
d. The ability to select and utilise the appropriate and relevant knowledge, skills and understanding required to recognise when the complexity of clinical decisions require specialist knowledge and expertise, and consult or refer accordingly.
On starting work, newly registered health care practitioners can often feel overwhelmed with the reality of clinical practice. There is much evidence nationally and internationally, that newly qualified health care professionals do not always feel supported in their transition period from student o registered practitioner.
This academically accredited programme aims to address these issues through providing a structured framework of support and education.
The educational components of the programme will support the development of a flexible competent and confident practitioner as well as providing the opportunity for academic accreditation and continued professionally development. The programme will be co-ordinated centrally through the Education Academy. The programme has 2 distinct components which are the core workshops and our new and unique Foundation in Leadership and management (FLM) apprenticeship.
During this 18 month (12 study days) multiprofessional Preceptorship Programme “We want to help you understand how your leadership behaviours affect the culture and climate you, your colleagues, and teams work in. Whether you work directly with patients and service users or not, you will realise what you do and how you behave will affect the experiences of patients and service users of your organisation, the quality of care provided, and the reputation of the organisation itself” (Healthcare Leadership Model 2013). We believe that having the Foundations in Leadership element as part of this outstanding Preceptorship programme will give all learners the confidence and competence to lead and influence change at all levels in this ambitious organisation and beyond.
The programme is delivered using a blended learning approach and some programme components are achieved through eLearning while others through attending virtual or face to face workshops.
Hafsoa Begum, Soniya Thomas, Maria Vinas, Annemarie Dormile, Ana Santos, Irene Martinez ,Winnie George and Oluwafiropo Olaofe & Vena Lumpaguid
This may be virtual due to social distancing requirements.
The Education Academy will confirm face to face workshops closer to the time of the workshops