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Title: Why Benchmark Play


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Why Benchmark Play ?
  • North West Paediatric Play Benchmarking UCLAN

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What is Play Benchmarking?
  • Measuring best practice together
  • with play practitioners
  • children , young people families /carers
  • nursing
  • AHP
  • clinical staff
  • 5 Robust play practitioner compiled play
    benchmarks
  • toys ,equipment accommodation security
    safety
  • preparation to healthcare and discharge
  • psychological preparation diversional therapy
  • play practitioners resources
  • teenager care

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What is Benchmarking?
  • Honesty
  • Sharing
  • Improving paediatric healthcare
  • Achieving best practice
  • teamwork
  • Support
  • Networking
  • Action planning
  • listening to USERS
  • leadership

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Play PractitionersHard at Work
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Who Participates in Play Benchmarking ?
  • Barrow In Furness DGH
  • Blackburn DGH
  • Blackpool DGH
  • Burnley DGH
  • Central Manchester PCT
  • Cumberland DGH
  • Derian House Hospice
  • Darlington Community PCT
  • Durham DGH/community PCT
  • Eden valley Hospice
  • Fairfield Bury DGH
  • Francis House Hospice
  • Isle Of Man DGH
  • Leighton DGH
  • Macclesfield DGH
  • Manchester Childrens
  • North Stafford DGH
  • Ormskirk Southport hospital DGH
  • Royal Oldham DGH
  • Rochdale DGH
  • Royal Lancaster DGH
  • Royal Liverpool children's
  • St Mary's DGH /children's
  • Stepping Hill Stockport DGH
  • Tameside DGH
  • Trafford DGH
  • Walton DGH
  • Whiston DGH
  • Wythenshawe DGH
  • Wigan DGH
  • Wrexham DGH
  • Interested Areas
  • Belfast childrens
  • Bolton DGH
  • Glan Clwyd Wales
  • Great Ormond Street Childrens
  • Warrington DGH

Frances Binns North West Play Benchmarking
Facilitator UCLAN Therapeutic Specialised Play
Consultant November 2005
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Professional Opinions
  • Boosts our Egos
  • Gave me the courage to be the childs advocate
  • Gives us motivation
  • To know your not alone
  • informative
  • Improves personal and professional development
  • Help develop policies, guidelines and
    procedures.
  • Standardised practice
  • Better training
  • Improved health safety in play

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Toys Equipment Security Safety
  • Outcomes
  • Frequency of cleaning policy
  • infection control
  • Risk Assessments
  • Action plans
  • Safe systems of work policies
  • I.e No /limited acceptance of donated toys
  • Budget ordering management
  • Equality and diversity
  • Access to play
  • inclusive of ethnicity and disability
  • Designated play areas
  • environments

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Preparation to Hospital/Healthcare Discharge
  • Outcomes
  • Prepare on ward/area if an emergency admission
  • Pre -op clinics
  • children less traumatised
  • Familiarising children families with the
    environment , staff equipment
  • Well teddy clinics
  • making them aware of what might happen to them
    If they came as an emergency
  • in Community
  • schools.nurseries
  • guides, brownies, cubs
  • Follow up visits post procedure play
  • home hospital
  • special preparation
  • re ethnicity, disability and special procedures

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Psychological Preparation and Diversional Therapy
  • Outcomes
  • Documentation
  • protocols for preparation and distraction
  • Audits
  • preparation distraction
  • home visits
  • Communication
  • programme documentation of play preparation
    distraction
  • evaluating the service
  • recommendations
  • Action plans
  • promoting listening to children and families
    other professionals
  • training educating other disciplines
  • the role of the HPS
  • Resources
  • equipment
  • budget.funding
  • improving information through developing
  • new resources
  • communication between home hospital
  • home visits/support

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Play Practitioner Resources
  • Outcomes
  • standardising all play practitioners trained to
    Hospital play specialists
  • Increase in recruitment of play specialists
  • workforce planning
  • more play managers,
  • play co- ordinators,
  • senior play specialists
  • Identified no play service in the country holds a
    budget for play provision only via charitable
    funding
  • better training/learning development
  • support /supervision

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Teenage Care
  • Devised by consultation with young people 12
    years - 18years
  • Throughout the North West
  • Improved teenage provision
  • teenager recreation environments
  • more computers , games stations in healthcare
  • better information and communication
  • identified support groups
  • highlighted a training need for all
    professionals

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