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CETI Allied Health Directorate

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This presentation by Jacqueline Dominish and Daniella Pfeiffer presents the vision and strategy for teh Allied Health Directorate of CETI

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CETI Allied Health Directorate

  1. 1. 1Clinical Education and Training Institute Future Directions for AlliedHealth Clinical Education and Training Jacqueline Dominish Daniella Pfeiffer Learning and Teaching Coordinators Allied Health
  2. 2. 2Presentation Overview Drivers of change in Health The Allied Health Directorate Where to start? Global developments in clinical education Opportunities for Allied Health Current work and Future directions
  3. 3. 3Snapshot of the Nations Health
  4. 4. 4What is Driving Change in Health? Global Drivers • World Health Organisation Global • The Commission on education of health professionals for the 21st century National Drivers • Health care needs of the Australian population National • Changing community expectations • Council of Australian Governments (COAG) National Health and Hospitals Network Agreement • Health Workforce Australia (HWA) • Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency (AHPRA) State State Drivers • Garling Inquiry • NSW Health reform
  5. 5. Health Reform in NSW 5“The 4 Pillars” NSW Health Director General CETI CEC ACI BHI Clinical Clinical Agency for Bureau of Education & Excellence Clinical Health Training Commission Innovation Information Institute
  6. 6. 6Establishment of CETI – 1 July 2010 IMET & IRCST CETI Medical Nursing & Centre for Allied Midwifery Learning Health and Teaching Oral Rural & Health Remote
  7. 7. 7Allied Health Directorate •Directorate Head •Two Learning and CETI Teaching Coordinators • Jacqueline Medical Dominish Nursing & Centre for Allied • Daniella Midwifery Learning Health Pfeiffer and Teaching Oral Rural & Health Remote
  8. 8. 8Allied Health Directorate VisionTo achieve better health outcomes for the people of NSW through clinical education and training
  9. 9. 9Allied Health Directorate Mission Lead the development of clinical education and training for Allied Health through innovation and collaboration Build partnerships to promote excellence in clinical education and training Be open and transparent in conducting our work through knowledge and information exchange
  10. 10. 10Allied Health in NSW Audiology Medical Radiation Play Therapy Science Podiatry Art Therapy Music Therapy Psychology Counselor Occupational Therapy Sexual Assault Work Dietetics and Nutrition Orthoptics Social Work Diversional Therapy Orthotics and Speech Pathology Prosthetics Exercise Physiology Welfare Officer Pharmacy Genetic Counselor Allied Health Physiotherapy Assistants
  11. 11. 11Development of Initial Partnerships CETI Office of Chief Allied Allied Health Health Directors Officer
  12. 12. 12Development of National Partnerships National Allied Health Advisory Committee (NAHAC) National Allied Health National Allied Health Clinical Education Professional Practice Network Support Network (NACHEN) (NAHPPSN)
  13. 13. 13Where to Start ?
  14. 14. What is the current literature 14saying? The Lancet, Vol 376, December 2010
  15. 15. 15Enabling change through reform Figure 12 in Frenk J and Chen L et al Health professionals for a new century: transforming education to strengthen health systems in an independent world The Lancet, Vol 376, 2010: 1953
  16. 16. 16How? LEADERSHIP INVESTMENT STEWARDSHIP SHARED LEARNING
  17. 17. Strengths of the Allied Health 17professions Skilled and educated workforce Flexible and mobile workforce Patient centred, holistic practice approach Collaborative, innovative and ‘team’ focussed Well placed to manage complex co-morbidities Reduce the burden of care through treatment and prevention
  18. 18. 18Opportunities for Allied Health Harness existing “ad hoc” approaches Curb the high attrition rate amongst AHPs Build infrastructure, frameworks and sustainability Find commonality in registration/CPD requirements and practice standards Enhance capacity for research and EBP Influence policy and culture change within health
  19. 19. 19How? Capacity Communication Collaboration Innovation Coordination Influence Competency Investment Care models Culture
  20. 20. 20Current work and Future Directions
  21. 21. 21SummaryDrivers of changeThe Allied Health DirectorateWhere to start? - commonalitiesGlobal movementOpportunities for Allied HealthCurrent work and Future directions
  22. 22. 22Questions?Items for discussion Allied Health “Superguide” CETI Allied Health Forum – 20th June 2011 Advisory committee New projects

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