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Title: HEKSS GP Practice Managers Meeting


1
HEKSS GP Practice Managers Meeting
  • November 2014

2
Programme
  • Updates
  • Hot Topics
  • Sharing Good Practice
  • Enhancing communication
  • Primary Care Workforce Development
  • GP Trainer Approval

3
Updates (1)
  • HEKSS

London / KSS MD Julie Screaton DEQ Professor Liz
Hughes KSS MD Phillipa Spicer Postgraduate Dean
Abdol Tavabie
4
Quiz
5
Whats hot for you?
6
Updates (2)
  • GP Training
  • Recruitment to GP Training
  • Registration on National Performer List
  • Safeguarding
  • Enhanced ST3 programme
  • CCG Placements
  • Broad Based Training
  • Training Practice Change of Circumstance

7
Enhanced ST3
  • Opportunity to enhance skills leadership,
    management, education, clinical
  • 3 extra months in ST3 to 3.11.15
  • Passed AKT 70 and pass CSA by Feb 15 at latest
  • Extra 30 days study
  • Peer Learning set
  • Quality Improvement Project
  • 11 recruited with further round Dec 14

8
Finance
  • Trainer Grant Payments
  • Overlaps
  • Trainer CPD
  • Support for ST1/2
  • Trainee Study Leave
  • Tariff

9
GMC
  • HEKSS being visited March-June 2015 as part of
    the GMC Quality Assurance Process
  • Review of the whole continuum of medical
    education
  • Brighton Medical School
  • Samples of Acute Trusts
  • HEKSS
  • GP is one of the specialities being reviewed

10
Trainee Revalidation
  • Trainee Revalidation at 5 years / CCT
  • Responsible Officer (Postgraduate Dean) makes
    recommendation to GMC
  • Triangulation of Data to support recommendation
  • Trainee Self declaration (Form R)
  • Trainer ES Review
  • Exit Reports
  • Significant Events
  • Sickness / Leave Reporting

11
Managing Concerns
  • Trainee Performance
  • Conduct / Capability Concerns / Health /
    Disciplinary
  • Lead Employer leads process but GP School to be
    informed to review impact on education / training
  • Trainee Concerns
  • Employment Concerns, Bullying / Harassment/
    Grievance
  • Lead Employer leads process but GP School to be
    informed to review impact on education / training

12
Health Education Kent Surrey Sussex?
  • One of 13 Local Education Training Boards (LETBs)
    in England formed as consequence of Health and
    Social Care Act (2012)
  • Part of Geographic Grouping with Londons 3 LETBs
  • Geographic Managing Director, Finance Director
    and Director of Education and Quality
  • Local Managing Director Philippa Spicer
  • Postgraduate Dean
  • Board comprised Service Providers (Acute /
    Community) HEIs and LMC

13
Communication
14
HE KSS
From This
To This
Healthcare Scientists
Nursing
Bands 1 - 4
AHPs
15
What do we do?
  • Improve patient care through education and
    training workforce HEE Mandate
  • Current Workforce CPD
  • Identify local priorities
  • Plan and commission education
  • Skills Development Strategy
  • Medical, Dental and Pharmacy Training
  • Recruitment
  • Quality Management Programmes / Environment
  • Support commissioners / Providers with Future
    Workforce Planning

16
Primary Care Workforce Development
17
Nurses in Training
  • Less 1 nurses in training undertake a GP /
    Primary Care placement
  • HEKSS led 4 HEIs to develop pre-registration
    placements for nurse students in GP
  • Placements 20 days over 12 week period
  • Supported by Practice Nurse Mentor
  • HEKSS seeking to recruit 240 Nurse Mentors

18
Nurses in Training
  • Mentor Training
  • 5 days at any of the 4 participating Universities
  • Those who have had mentor training in the past
    may APEL and reduce training (3 days)
  • Course FREE to nurse and practices
  • 600 to support backfill
  • 90/week /student

19
Nurses in Training
  • Practices Interested?
  • Contact Primary Care Workforce Tutor for your CCG
    (see resource pack)
  • Nick Barry-Tait
  • NBarry-Tait_at_kss.hee.nhs.uk

20
Practice Nurses
  • Practice Nurse Pathway
  • Common programme across 4 HEIs
  • For Nurses new or within 6 months of starting
    work in a GP setting (have to be already employed
    by practice)
  • Attendance at 6 days formal teaching in HEI
  • Attendance at 4 days for locally determined
    specialist development
  • Rolling registration
  • Couse FREE (CCG supported via CPD monies)
  • No backfill
  • 60 placements commissioned

21
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22
Paramedics
  • 8 week placements in GP
  • Focussed on clinical assessment skills
  • And communication skills
  • Familiar assessments
  • Very positive about visiting
  • Trainer grant payable
  • Likely to roll out nationally soon

23
Apprenticeships
  • National Skills Academy for Health
  • Health Care Assistant Apprenticeships
  • HEKSS writing to practices

24
Educational Support
  • Newly qualified GPs and Practice Nurses
  • Facilitated Peer learning sets
  • Long Term Conditions
  • Complex Patients
  • Multi professional Working / Learning
  • Planning to start Jan 2015 facilitator training
  • GPs Mentoring Scheme

25
The Future
  • The Future Hospital
  • Shape of Training
  • Developing the Generalist
  • GP Training The Fourth Year
  • Service Redesign
  • Pharmacy / Primary Care Initiative
  • A new workforce Physicians Associates

26
Workforce Planning
27
GPs make up around 20 of the Primary and
Community Services Workforce

Qualified Nurses, Consultants and GPs in Health and Care Workforce Qualified Nurses, Consultants and GPs in Health and Care Workforce Qualified Nurses, Consultants and GPs in Health and Care Workforce Qualified Nurses, Consultants and GPs in Health and Care Workforce Qualified Nurses, Consultants and GPs in Health and Care Workforce
2012 2005
FTE FTE
Hospital Based 275590 62.8 267007 62.1
Primary Community Based 163280 37.2 162883 37.9
All Medical Nursing 438870 429890
  • 75.8 of the community and primary care
    professional workforce are nurses.
  • GPs represent 19.9 of this workforce and AHPs
    4.3.
  • These figures do not include the pharmacy
    workforce as there is currently no reliable
    measure
  • The setting of care in which Consultants, GPs,
    and qualified nurses practice has remained
    broadly static over the past seven years.
    Currently this is 62.8 in Hospital and 37.2 in
    community primary.
  • Rapid growth in the community nursing workforce
    has been offset by the growth in the hospital
    consultant workforce.

28
How do you compare?
  • Accurate / Real time Intelligence needed to
    better inform what numbers and what workforce is
    trained
  • GP Workforce Tool
  • Area Teams and LMCs supportive
  • Kent / Medway practices letter imminent
  • Some time to set up but simple to use and
    training available

29
  • Dummy Workforce Tool http//gp.nhsworkforce.co.uk
    /
  • Username admin
  • Password admin

30
CEPN
  • You Tube http//youtu.be/RvNKhot2u94

31
Community Education Providers Network (CEPN)
  • Designed to train staff for
  • where population will need
  • care. (closer to home)
  • A Network of Community Providers which
  • Offers all students, trainees, staff and the
    public a new exposure to population based
    healthcare
  • Multi-professional education and training
  • Inter-professional working learning

32
Community Education Providers Network (CEPN)
Teaching innovative practices and smaller GP
surgeries
Social Services Paramedics Pharmacists Community
Consultants Community Services
REGISTERED PATIENTS
CS
Cc
SS
A centralised unit, Within which
services Maintain autonomy
Ph
33
What will CEPN do?
  • Provide placements for student nurses in
    practices in conjunction with HEIs
  • Provide practice nurse training placements for
    postgraduate nurses or nurses working in other
    sectors to convert to practice nursing
  • Subsequent phase- HCA training
  • Paramedic student placements
  • Community pharmacy student placements
  • Placements of Physician Associate to learn about
    primary care
  • Team based education/training to support
    workforce development to deliver patient services
    responsive to the needs of the local population

34
Trainer Approval
  • Update on national process
  • Support for visits to new training practices
  • Thank you for support
  • Increase in remuneration to 170 travel
  • We need more volunteers
  • Educator Pathway Update
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