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Gaynor Heading Presentation

  1. 1. 1 Clinical Education and Training InstituteImproving practice through learning Dr Gaynor Heading PhD General Manger, CETI
  2. 2. 2 Overview Change Overview of CETI  Why established Current work  Core programs / responsibilities Opportunities
  3. 3. 3Change
  4. 4. 4Drivers of Change
  5. 5. 5What is in the literature / media? “Hospital errors may occur in a third of admissions” “Lost in translation: emergency staff dont listen properly” (source SMH August 10, 2011) “Graduates need to be prepared for work” Health professionals for a new century: transforming education to strengthen health systems (Lancet)  Professional competencies  Leadership attributes (change agents)
  6. 6. 6CETI’s start up mission & vision Facilitate innovation and collaboration to build capacity and improve quality in clinical education and training across NSW To lead, facilitate and build sustainable capacity to improve health and achieve better health through education, training and development of a clinical workforce that will meet the healthcare needs of the people of New South Wales
  7. 7. 7CETI Goals1. Education and training that supports safe, high quality, multi-disciplinary, team based patient centred care2. Professional development and training to build clinical skills, knowledge competency and capacity3. Workforce management4. Flexibility, innovation and quality in learning5. Improved standards in education and training6. Knowledge management, resources and access
  8. 8. CETI’s Tapestry of Support 8 Allied Health Medical Directorate DirectorateIMET & IRCST Patients & Health Professionals Nursing & Oral Health Midwifery Directorate Directorate
  9. 9. Centre for Learning & Teaching 9 Team Health• New and • Pre-graduate experienced transition clinical team members • First two years• Supporting team Clinical Right Start • Preparing doctors, function and Team improved staff Program nurses, midwives, Education experiences allied health Modules• Linking and aligning with other initiatives Systems Policy • Supporting Integration Development collaborative• Coordination to decision making. make best use of • Embedding inter- evidence and professional programs practice.
  10. 10. Centre for Learning & Teaching 10Learning Innovation - online learning & tools Learning analytics Optimization What’s the best that can happen? Predictive Modelling What will happen next? Forecasting/Extrap What if these trends olation continue? Statistical Analysis Why is this happening? Alerts What actions are needed? Query/Drill Down Where exactly is the problem? Ad hoc Reports How many, how often, Where? Standard Reports What happened?
  11. 11. Centre for Learning & Teaching 11Learning Innovation - online learning & tools Centre for online learning Programs  Review of mandatory training  International interprofessional e-learning orientation Social media
  12. 12. Centre for Learning & Teaching 12Learning Innovation: Simulated Learning Environments  Simulation Chair  State coordination  SLE program  Networking  Mentoring partnerships  Faculty development
  13. 13. 13Health Reform - Uncertainty
  14. 14. 14Medical DirectorateStandards, Allocation & AccreditationPrevocational Training Training networks: PGY1 and PGY2 in 15 networks across NSW Hospital Skills | Basic Sciences in Oncology | Surgical skills training Leadership | Teaching on the RunVocational training Training networks: Basic Physician; Cardiology; Emergency Medicine, Paediatric; Psychiatry Physician Education | Surgical Science intensive International medical graduates - up-skilling
  15. 15. 15Medical leadership
  16. 16. Medical leadership 16
  17. 17. 17Allied Health Directorate Allied Health  Medical Radiation Science  Podiatry Assistants  Music Therapy  Psychology Audiology  Occupational Therapy  Sexual Assault Work Art Therapy  Orthoptics  Social Work Counselor  Orthotics and Prosthetics  Speech Pathology Dietetics and Nutrition  Pharmacy  Welfare Officer Diversional Therapy  Physiotherapy Exercise Physiology  Play Therapy Genetic Counselor
  18. 18. 18Rural and Remote DirectorateKey Programs  Rural Research Capacity Building  Clinical Team Leadership  Leadership and Management Essentials  General Practitioner Procedural Training  Training and Support Unit Aboriginal Mothers and Babies  Video-conferenced Nursing Grand Rounds
  19. 19. 19Nursing and MidwiferyKey Programs Joint work plan with NaMO  Supervision  Transition to practice  Core skills
  20. 20. 20Priorities• Skilled teachers, supervisors, leaders• Standards • Prevocational medical training • Investment in training networks • Online learning • Simulation• Increasing numbers• Core skills, competencies• Links with LHDs • Existing expertise / resources
  21. 21. 21Priorities• Learning management system specs• Improved access to learning resources • Central portal • e-portfolios• Learning analytics
  22. 22. 22Summary Discipline specific directorates collaborate Work multi-professionally but ensure discipline needs met Efficiency and effectiveness Innovation supporting learning Reduce duplication Build on existing good work and learn from each other Build sustainable models Quality resources
  23. 23. 23Summary Strengthen existing L & D Coordinated LMS Strategic approach to SLE Improved access Increased competency High performing teams Better patient and staff experience
  24. 24. 24Website:
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