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Practice makes perfect

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Anne Stevens and Robyn Boladeras at Mahara Hui in Wellington on 20 March 2014

https://maharahui.org.nz/course/view.php?id=2

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Practice makes perfect

  1. 1. Practice makes perfect Presented by Robyn.Boladeras@bopdhb.govt.nz Anne.Stevens@bopdhb.govt.nz
  2. 2. Profile - BOPDHB • $654m to fund and provide health & disability services • Crown entity • Break even or face tight financial constraints • Staff of 2,700 • Serve a population of 215,000 • Efficiency through innovation and redesign • Compliance with legislation, professional body requirements
  3. 3. Profile – Nurse Entry To Practice (NETP) • National structured support programme – 1st year nurse • Nursing Council of New Zealand – governing body – Competent Nurse • Professional Development and Recognition Programme (PDRP) • Supervised in clinical area -Preceptor model • Partnership with University of Auckland (UoA)
  4. 4. Profile – graduate nurse • Bachelor of Nursing • Recruitment national initiative led by MoH • Clinical exposure • Capability & competency • Pausing and pacing • Workplace professional practice
  5. 5. Gathering Evidence • Upload declaration – MoH • Reflection on study day • 4 month self assessment • UoA assessment requirements • Appraisal • Practicing certificate
  6. 6. Workshop • Last quarter • Hands-on Mahara • Template • Support resources • Individualised • Timeframe for submission
  7. 7. Under the Hood • Integrated Moodle Mahara • Moodle 2.3 • Mahara 1.7 • Centralised training record • Electronic capture of Moodle results to HRIS • No certificates • Moodle course • One stop shop - Community, resource, evidence • Sets foundation
  8. 8. Example 1
  9. 9. Example 2
  10. 10. Assessor Evaluation Assessor Profile • NZQA • Senior nurses • Workshop on Mahara • Moderation • Director of Nursing leadership Feedback • Intuitively navigate • Resources • Process • Workshop interactions • Mahara tools – messaging, feedback
  11. 11. Graduate Evaluation • Timed preparation • Moodle Mahara links • Accessibility – Work / home • Resources and tools • Future career development • 60% agreed, 30% neutral • 90% integration link • 30% from work • Average 89% resources FeedbackEvaluation
  12. 12. Observations and reflections • Rebuilt template • Adjusted process • Employer cultural shift • Organisational shift
  13. 13. Collaboration 2014 Regional • 5 DHB’s – BOP, Lakes, Tairawhiti, Taranaki and Waikato • 85 Graduates • Template • Each DHB coordinates Shared Services • Working together more effectively

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