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299AN masterclass 1 September 8, 2010
299AN masterclass 1 September 8, 2010
299AN masterclass 1 September 8, 2010
299AN masterclass 1 September 8, 2010
299AN masterclass 1 September 8, 2010
299AN masterclass 1 September 8, 2010
299AN masterclass 1 September 8, 2010
299AN masterclass 1 September 8, 2010
299AN masterclass 1 September 8, 2010
299AN masterclass 1 September 8, 2010
299AN masterclass 1 September 8, 2010
299AN masterclass 1 September 8, 2010
299AN masterclass 1 September 8, 2010
299AN masterclass 1 September 8, 2010
299AN masterclass 1 September 8, 2010
299AN masterclass 1 September 8, 2010
299AN masterclass 1 September 8, 2010
299AN masterclass 1 September 8, 2010
299AN masterclass 1 September 8, 2010
299AN masterclass 1 September 8, 2010
299AN masterclass 1 September 8, 2010
299AN masterclass 1 September 8, 2010
299AN masterclass 1 September 8, 2010
299AN masterclass 1 September 8, 2010
299AN masterclass 1 September 8, 2010
299AN masterclass 1 September 8, 2010
299AN masterclass 1 September 8, 2010
299AN masterclass 1 September 8, 2010
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299AN masterclass 1 September 8, 2010

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  • Climbie Baby Peter Basildon Coventry – political context. But think critically here, the report that lambasted Coventry University Hospitals was produced by Doctor Foster. Who are they? Well, they are a consultancy firm, and they seek business from the NHS. Business specialising in service improvement – smell a rat anyone? ASK QUESTIONS! Today there is a report from the Reform Group http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/8400790.stm which suggests one million job cuts in the public services. But who are these people? The Reform group – who don’t believe in public services. The debate about the NHS which originated in Barack Obama’s plans for Health Care in the States.
  • Climbie Baby Peter Basildon Coventry – political context. But think critically here, the report that lambasted Coventry University Hospitals was produced by Doctor Foster. Who are they? Well, they are a consultancy firm, and they seek business from the NHS. Business specialising in service improvement – smell a rat anyone? ASK QUESTIONS! Today there is a report from the Reform Group http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/8400790.stm which suggests one million job cuts in the public services. But who are these people? The Reform group – who don’t believe in public services. The debate about the NHS which originated in Barack Obama’s plans for Health Care in the States.
  • Climbie Baby Peter Basildon Coventry – political context. But think critically here, the report that lambasted Coventry University Hospitals was produced by Doctor Foster. Who are they? Well, they are a consultancy firm, and they seek business from the NHS. Business specialising in service improvement – smell a rat anyone? ASK QUESTIONS! Today there is a report from the Reform Group http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/8400790.stm which suggests one million job cuts in the public services. But who are these people? The Reform group – who don’t believe in public services. The debate about the NHS which originated in Barack Obama’s plans for Health Care in the States.
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    • 1. Leadership and Change in Healthcare Management … almost finished 299AN!
    • 2. What this session will cover...
      • it starts with you …
      • simple ways of ensuring you pass the module
      • hints on how to produce excellent work
      • Review the assessment requirements
      • outline support over the next few weeks
      • Assignment Submission date: 19 October … 41 days to go
    • 3.
      • keep it …
      • simple stoopid
    • 4. How are you feeling as you approach the assignment?
      • haven’t a clue?
      • got a vague idea
      • becoming more confident
      • it’ll be okay
      Talking Point it starts with you …
    • 5. Why is studying leadership and management relevant to you as nurses? What’s it got to do with us? Talking Point
    • 6. This module is about people
      • www.patientvoices.org.uk
      • Mental health and LD
      • Keep the patient at the heart of the process, as the focus of the organisation and as the litmus test.
      • System failure results in harm, in death, in abuse…
    • 7. my aim
      • to run a successful 299AN module
      • is this a SMART objective?
      • 100% pass rate for cohort 0108 on 299AN
    • 8. am I being realistic?
      • there is absolutely no reason for any of you to fail this module
    • 9.
      • This module is NOT about teaching you to become senior managers!
      • The focus is on YOU being informed to effect change in the workplace
      • Our concern is for YOU to understand how working in organisations affects you and how you can make an effect in organisations
      • The outcome is …using your ‘voice’ APPROPRIATELY in order to be heard
      • The outcome is patient-centred care
    • 10. “ Leadership and management is no longer the purview of the few” (Jasper & Jumaa, 2005) it really does start with you …
    • 11. 299AN Module Guide…
        • The module is designed to enable you to identify and examine skills and attributes of leadership and to explore the management of change . We will explore current leadership and organisational theory. Specific emphasis is placed on quality improvement initiatives and the patient experience . The aim is that you will be able to integrate the knowledge acquired into YOUR nursing practice.
    • 12. Module Structure
      • Module team
        • Note your seminar leader
      • Lead lecture – available on moodle
      • Seminars every Wednesday
      • Team working
      • Self-directed learning
      • Resources on moodle
    • 13. Vital information!
      • Read the module guide!
      • Listen to your seminar leader for messages about any room changes
      • Go into CUOnline to view latest messages/updates
      • Discuss queries with your seminar leader - we are in this together!
    • 14. Using moodle and getting in contact with staff
      • Provides an archive of lecture materials
      • Location of additional information
      • Discussion forums
        • Discussion forums for course work
        • Use these areas first to ask questions!
      • Contact staff via E-mail or telephone, allow a minimum of two days for a response.
      • Staff will contact you via your University e-mail address
    • 15. learning outcomes…
      • On completion of this module you should be able to;
      • Identify theories of effective leadership and relate these to the management of change within nursing practice.
      • Demonstrate awareness of different models of team working in relation to practice settings
      • Explore the structure, culture and processes of healthcare organisations .
      • Discuss the impact of government policy on the delivery of health & social care.
      • Explain the importance of quality improvement initiatives and their impact on patient care.
    • 16. learning activities…
      • In your seminars you worked in small groups on a ‘live’ healthcare issue in Coventry and surrounding areas.
      • You will find additional resources in moodle
      • You may have researched policy, and theory
      • You can use the group work for your assignment
    • 17. The Assignment…
      • Applying your experience in the clinical setting, identify a need for change in practice that would improve the quality of patient care. Focusing upon the 5 learning outcomes for this module, develop a 2,500 word proposal to address this need for change
    • 18. kissing the Assignment…
      • think about something that needs changing
      • why does it need changing?
      • what will you change?
      • apply some theory
      • explain why that theory is helpful
      • how will you know that it has worked?
    • 19. Course work
      • Management report: Proposal for change
        • Hand in date Tuesday 19 th October before 4.00pm
        • You must also submit online via turnitin
        • 2500 words
        • Guidance on layout – see module guide
        • Advice on report writing is available on moodle
        • Assistance from the Centre for Academic Writing
        • Marking criteria – see module guide
        • Referencing = CUHarvard style
      • Will be discussed in-depth within your seminars
      • Masterclasses in September
    • 20. Course work
      • This is a Management Report, not an essay.
      • You can use bullet points.
      • You can use headings.
      • You can use diagrams and tables.
      • Words in tables and words in appendices do not count towards the wordcount.
      • BUT remember that the text must make sense as a whole, without the tables and appendices. Tables and appendices contain additional, or contextual information. If you are in any doubt, please ask us!
      • Ask your seminar leader or ask your questions in moodle discuss!
    • 21. Course work
      • Plagiarism and collusion are taken seriously.
      • Remember that all your work must be your own individual work, and appropriately referenced.
      • You will be able to check your work in turnitin, and you must submit your final assignment both printed, to the AHO, and electronically via turnitin.
    • 22. Management Theory: Tools for Analysis
      • PEST
      • SWOT
      • 5 Whys
      • Force Field analysis
      • Root cause analysis
      • Gap analysis
      • the PDSA cycle
      • Process Mapping
      • … and there are many more
    • 23. Management Theories how would you USE them?
      • Scientific Management
      • Human Relations
      • Lewin’s Change theories
      • Transactional Leadership
      • Transformational Leadership
      • Theory X and Theory Y
      • Team working
      • … and there are many more
    • 24. checklist for the assignment
      • I have written an executive SUMMARY
      • I am proposing a SMART change
      • and this is WHY
      • I have used the following management TOOL(s)
      • I have used the following THEORIES
      • I will know the CHANGE has been SUCCESSFUL because…
      • good luck and enjoy!
      45% of the mark
    • 25. In Summary…
      • it starts with you …
      • simple ways of ensuring you pass the module
      • hints on how to produce excellent work
      • Review the assessment requirements
      • outline support over the next few weeks
      • good luck and enjoy!
    • 26. How are you feeling as you approach the assignment?
      • haven’t a clue
      • got a vague idea
      • becoming more confident
      • it’ll be okay
      Talking Point it all comes back to you …
    • 27. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi
      • ‘ we must become the change we want to see in the world.’
    • 28.
      • keep it …
      • simple stoopid

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