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Fundamentals Of Care for Older people Nursing Development programme

Building on our already successful Trust Preceptorship Programme –this programme aims to ensure that each nurse is equipped with the most important skills and attitudes that they will need as a nurse in the National Health Service to care safely and compassionately for older people. This developmental programme also enables a streamlined approached to career development and progression. To this end, a structured educational programme, underpinned by workplace-based competence assessments, support and supervision, and a formal curriculum to guide nurses through their career is provided.The programme aims to develop and enhance knowledge, skills and behaviours in older people care nursing.  Participants will have the opportunity to develop of leadership and management capabilities  enabling them to improve the quality of older people nursing care.

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Fundamentals of Care: Band 6 Clinical Leadership and Management Programme

This programme is aimed at developing our Band 6 nursing, midwifery and Allied Health Professionals (AHP) colleagues and has been designed based on the feedback received from staff and management in clinical areas across Barts Health. The programme has been mapped against the nine domains of NHS Leadership Academy’s Health Care Leadership Model and has a strong focus in the Trust’s expectations of fulfilling the Bands 6 nursing, midwifery and AHP role

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Fundamentals of Surgical Nursing Development Programme

Building on our already successful Trust Preceptorship Programme –this programme aims to ensure that each nurse is equipped with the most important skills and attitudes that they will need as a nurse in the National Health Service to care safely and compassionately for surgical nursing. This developmental programme also enables a streamlined approached to career development and progression.To this end, a structured educational programme, underpinned by workplace-based competence assessments, support and supervision, and a formal curriculum to guide nurses through their early career is provided.

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Preceptor/Assessor Module

This module of study recognises the changing delivery of healthcare and the need to effectively support and develop the unregistered and registered healthcare workforce. This module aims to support experienced health care practioners with at least a year post registration experience to develop skills in their roles as Preceptors or assessors in supporting newly registered practitioners/students. The module  will enable development of leadership and advanced communication skills which will enable effective support for newly registered practioners and other learners in developing their confidence, competences and delivery of excellent, safe  and compassionate care.

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Preceptorship Module1 (PP1-01)

This module will allow newly registered learners to demonstrate competence, knowledge and skills to deliver safe and compassionate care. Additionally, the module forms the foundation of a clear developmental career pathway in line with local, national and continuing professional development requirements. Credits for this module can contribute to a master’s degree award.

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Preceptorship Module 2: Leadership for Quality Improvement

Develop and enhance leadership and management capabilities of registered healthcare professionals enabling them to improve the quality of an aspect of their service or practice