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Title: SECOND NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THE PARTNERSHIP QUALITY ASSURANCE FRAMEWORK FOR HEALTH CARE EDUCATION


1
SECOND NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THE PARTNERSHIP
QUALITY ASSURANCE FRAMEWORK FOR HEALTH CARE
EDUCATION ENGLAND17 JUNE 2005QA OF
HEALTHCARE EDUCATION PURPOSE AND
DEVELOPMENTJohn EnnisHead of NHS Quality
Assurance (Education)
2
Why Quality Assurance (QA)?
  • To drive quality enhancement
  • To ensure accountability
  • To support choice by providing information to the
    public, employers and potential employees

3
Why a Partnership Quality Assurance Framework
(PQAF)?
  • To achieve the objectives of QA as efficiently
    as possible by streamlining and integrating
    processes, leading to reduced burden on NHS and
    HEIs

4
Who are the Partners?
  • Strategic Health Authorities
  • Health Professions Council
  • Nursing and Midwifery Council

5
A Conceptual Framework for Quality Assurance
  • Fit for purpose
  • Fit for purpose (employers)
  • Fit for award (HEIs)
  • Fit for practice (regulators)
  • Continues
  • Practitioners in service
  • Learners completing ET
  • programmes

6
  • Continued
  • Programmes of ET Of high quality in use
    (OQME Major Review)
  • Fit for purpose at Approval
  • Systems of Fit for purpose
  • Quality Assurance

7
What is the current scope of the PQAF?
  • SHA-commissioned award-bearing programmes of
    learning in nursing, midwifery and allied health
    professions
  • Pre- and post-registration programmes
  • More than 1.5 bn
  • 75,000 students
  • 75 HEIs

8
What are the elements of the PQAF?
  • Benchmarks and Quality Standards
  • Shared Evidence Base
  • Programme Approval
  • Ongoing Quality Monitoring and Enhancement (OQME)
  • Major Review

9
continuous quality improvement
Evidence base
Approval
Major Review
On going quality monitoring enhancement
Benchmarks and quality standards
10
What are the key policy links?
  • MPET contract for healthcare education (under
    reform)
  • Cross-government support for Concordats
  • Healthcare Commissions framework
  • Work of the Higher Education
  • Regulation Review Group (HERRG)

11
What is the role of the Quality Assurance Agency
for Higher Education (QAA)?
  • Skills for Healths contractor for QA in
    healthcare education
  • QAAs own wider role, across Higher Education

12
What are the next steps?
  • A stocktake of the Partnership
  • A new key stakeholders group?
  • Evaluation of current OQME and Approval
    prototypes
  • . continues

13
What are the next steps?
...continued
  • Assessment of scope for encompassing informal as
    well as formal learning
  • Learning from international good practice in QA
  • Plans for England-wide implementation of PQAF
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