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161207 iHV leadership conf - Sharin Baldwin

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Presentation by Sharin Baldwin, FiHV, NIHR Clinical Doctoral Fellow King's College London/ Health Visiting Clinical Academic Lead, London North West Healthcare Trust, t iHV leadership conference on 7 December 2016.
Leadership in Health Visiting

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161207 iHV leadership conf - Sharin Baldwin

  1. 1. Leadership in Health Visiting Sharin Baldwin NIHR Clinical Doctoral Fellow, King’s College London Health Visiting Clinical Academic & Innovations Lead, London North West NHS Healthcare Trust
  2. 2. 2 My Journey
  3. 3. 3 2013
  4. 4. 2013 • Professional Lead in Harrow • Attended 2-day iHV perinatal mental health (PMH) training • At that time, many health visitors in our Trust had not received any training in this topic for over 10 years • Started rolling out training 4
  5. 5. • Merger – LNWH Trust • One of the largest integrated care trusts in the country • Services provided to 850,000 • New role, new remit 2014
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  7. 7. 2014 • Audit (April): maternal mental health assessed in only 78% of women during the new birth visit and inconsistent methods used • No guidelines • Training needs analysis (July): PMH was the most requested training 7
  8. 8. • Delivery of a rolling programme • Adapted version for community nursery nurses and health visiting assistants • Training extended to Early Years staff 2014
  9. 9. Multi-Professional Maternal Mental Health Working Group Health Visitors Senior HV Managers Liaison Health visitor Specialist Perinatal Mental Health Midwife Designated Nurse for Safeguarding Specialist Mental Health Services Representation from local IAPT Guidelines & Pathways for Assessment & Management of PMH
  10. 10. Gaps • Lack of standardised PND resources for parents, especially fathers • Lack of awareness of PND in fathers • Leaflets often too wordy, and medicalised • Information on PND not available in one place:  Different websites  Some focus on mothers only, some on fathers,  ? Reliable source 10
  11. 11. The PND Wheel A guide to postnatal depression in mothers and fathers
  12. 12. Stakeholder Consultation Mothers Fathers Health Visitors Student Health Visitors Mental Health Professionals IHV PMH Champions IHV Board members
  13. 13. Endorsement
  14. 14. Feedback from Parents Mother: "It's definitely great......I didn't know that dads suffer from it (postnatal depression) as well, I always linked it to the mums. Also having both together (information about postnatal depression in mothers and fathers) is handy because it does go hand in hand"
  15. 15. Father: "I find it very inclusive, it covers a wide range of things, it has very helpful information about how your relationship could change, how you can be isolated. It tells you how you can look after yourself."
  16. 16. Feedback from Health Professionals Student Health Visitor Mental Health Nurse Senior Manager “I really like it because it is easy to understand” It is an invaluable tool for detecting postnatal depression It is innovative, inclusive & an ideal way of getting mothers & fathers to talk about how they are feeling…
  17. 17. International Marcé Society Conference
  18. 18. • Rolling programme in place • Training is now being extended to Practice Nurses. • Guidelines & pathways 18 2016
  19. 19. Over 330 individuals to date and 97% of our current health visiting workforce is trained. 19
  20. 20. 20 OPPORTUNITIES
  21. 21. National Recognition 21
  22. 22. 22
  23. 23. Opportunities 23
  24. 24. What is Leadership? 24
  25. 25. 1 • Passion & Determination 2 • Vision & Strategy 3 • Getting others on board 4 • Collaboration & Networking 5 • Making the most of every opportunity 25 What is Leadership?
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