Practice Development Workbook for Nursing, Health and Social Care Teams

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Beschreibung

If you're looking to develop and improve your nursing,health or social care practice, either individually or as part of ateam, the Practice Development Workbook for Nursing, Health andSocial Care Teams offers a wide-ranging selection ofactivities, tools and resources covering vital aspects of practicedevelopment. Written as a companion volume to the latestedition of the best-selling Practice Development in Nursing andHealthcare, this new resource grounds practice development inday-to-day nursing and health and social care through accessible,informative learning activities. It also focuses on practicalways in which teams can make their workplace cultures moreeffective and person-centred, and enables practitioners to empowerthemselves to make compassionate care a fundamental part ofeffective health and social care systems. Key features: * Offers a full range of resources and tools to support allstages of learning and development towards person-centred practice,including learning activities, templates, posters, tips and hints,information sheets, and checklists. * Includes practical advice for teams to involve patients,clients and residents in the transformation of workplace culturesand bringing about sustainable change * Perfect for use both by individuals or by those working ingroup settings * Presents informative and accessible information throughactivities and key learning points rather than just theory * Fully linked to Practice Development in Nursing andHealthcare, second edition, but can also be used as astand-alone resource * Includes access to a companion website featuring even moretools and resources, including: sample Powerpoint presentations,worksheets and reflection tools, questionnaires and checklists,evaluation tools, as well as a bonus chapter on 'Sharing andCelebrating'



Autorentext

Jan Dewing is Head of Person-centred Research and Practice Development at East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust, Eastbourne, UK; Co-Director, Centre for Practice Development (including Lead for Kent Sussex Surrey, Dementia Care Innovation Hub), Canterbury Christchurch University, Canterbury, UK; Visiting Professor, Person-centred Practice Research Centre, University of Ulster, Ulster, Northern Ireland; Visiting Professor, School of Nursing & Midwifery University of Wollongong, Wollongong NSW, Australia.

Brendan McCormack is Director of the Institute of Nursing and Health Research, and Head of the Person-centred Practice Research Centre, University of Ulster, Ulster, Northern Ireland; Professor II, Buskerud University College, Drammen, Norway; Adjunct Professor of Nursing, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia; Visiting Professor, School of Medicine & Dentistry, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Scotland.

Angie Titchen is Independent Practice Development Consultant, Principal Investigator at the Knowledge Centre for Evidence-Based Practice, Fontys University of Applied Sciences, Eindhoven, The Netherlands; Visiting Professor, University of Ulster, Ulster, Northern Ireland; Adjunct Professor, Charles Sturt University, Bathurst NSW, Australia; Associate Fellow, University of Warwick, Warwick, UK.



Klappentext

If you're looking to develop and improve your nursing, health or social care practice, either individually or as part of a team, the Practice Development Workbook for Nursing, Health and Social Care Teams offers a wide-ranging selection of activities, tools and resources covering vital aspects of practice development. Written as a companion volume to the latest edition of the best-selling Practice Development in Nursing and Healthcare, this new resource grounds practice development in day-to-day nursing and health and social care through accessible, informative learning activities. It also focuses on practical ways in which teams can make their workplace cultures more effective and person-centred, and enables practitioners to empower themselves to make compassionate care a fundamental part of effective health and social care systems.

Key features:

  • Offers a full range of resources and tools to support all stages of learning and development towards person-centred practice
  • Includes practical advice for teams to involve patients, clients and residents in the transformation of workplace cultures and bringing about sustainable change
  • Perfect for use both by individuals or by those working in group settings
  • Presents informative and accessible information through activities and key learning points rather than just theory
  • Fully linked to Practice Development in Nursing and Healthcare, second edition, but can also be used as a stand-alone resource

Companion website

Includes a companion website at:

www.wiley.com/go/practicedevelopment/workbook

The website includes valuable material for you to print out and use:

  • Evaluation tools
  • Questionnaires and checklists
  • Worksheets and reflection tools
  • Sample presentations in PowerPoint format
  • A bonus online chapter on sharing and celebrating

The website material supplements, and is organised around, the chapters in the workbook.



Inhalt

Preface ix

About the companion website xi

1 Introduction: Getting the best out of this resource 1

Introduction 1

This resource matters because 4

Who is it for? 5

How can this resource be used in your workplace? 7

What is practice development? 9

The principles of practice development work 11

The person-centred practice framework 12

Useful websites and resources 14

2 Knowing and demonstrating values and beliefs about person-centred care 17

Introduction 17

Reflection on my own values and beliefs about the care/services I give or receive 20

Going for a reflective walk on your own or with someone else 21

Values and beliefs of the care setting 23

Leaders' values and beliefs 25

Sheet 2.1: Worksheet for recording learning activities with a buddy: Values and beliefs about . . . . . . . . . . . . care 27

Sheet 2.2: Discussion groups 28

Discussion trigger 2.1: Short videos 30

Quick evaluation to raise profile of values and beliefs in the care home (available on companion website)

Invitation and information sheet for patients/residents, families and care staff for the values and beliefs clarification activity (available on companion website)

Discussion trigger 2.2: Posters (available on companion website)

Discussion trigger 2.3: Factsheets (available on companion website)

Discussion trigger 2.4: Scenarios (available on companion website)

Discussion trigger 2.5: Scenarios created by sensory walkabouts (available on companion website)

Discussion trigger 2.6: Accessing group/team values and beliefs through emotional triggers (available on companion website)

Sheet 2.3: Handout: How to feature values and beliefs in your work around the care setting/care home 32

Sheet 2.4: Values and beliefs template 33

Sheet 2.5: Values and beliefs clarification activity: A facilitator's guide (This section also includes materials that are on the companion website) 34

Sheet 2.6: Instruction sheet for patients/residents, families and care staff for the values and beliefs clarification activity 38

3 Developing a shared vision for person-centred care 39

Introduction 39

Guide: Setting up a practice development coordinating group for visioning activities 43

Sheet 3.1: Templates for group meeting agendas and notes 44

Sheet 3.2: Group relaxation activity (available on companion website) 45

Sheet 3.3: Creative methods for developing a shared vision: Programme of three workshops (you decide which one you might do) 45

Sheet 3.4: Workshop guidance: Visualisation through painting and/or collage 46

Sheet 3.5: Workshop guidance: Creating and sharing personal visions 48

Sheet 3.6: Workshop guidance: Vision statement development 50

Sheet 3.7: Guide: Visioning with a virtual group 51

Sheet 3.8: Questionnaire: Developing a shared vision for person-centred care at . . . 52

Sheet 3.9: Visioning the practice development processes and developing ground rules (one-to-one) 53

Sheet 3.10: Visioning the practice development processes and developing ground rules (small informal group) 55

Sheet 3.11: Workshop guidance: Visioning the practice development processes and developing ground rules 57

Sheet 3.12: What do we do next? 58

Useful websites and resources 59

4 Introduction to measuring progress and evaluation 60

Introduction: Why measuring and evaluation is important 60

Workshop guidance: Current evaluation methods within your organisation 63

Trigger for group discussion: What are 'metrics' and how do we measure person-centred care? 65

Trigger for group discussion: Practice development principles for measuring and evaluation 66

Learning activity for teams: Evaluating care plans 67

Learning activity for teams: Evaluating your respect for dignity, privacy and the control people have in your service 70

Learning activity for teams: Cats, skirts, handbags and lipstick 73

'At a Glance': Summary plan for personalised c...

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Produktinformationen

Titel
Practice Development Workbook for Nursing, Health and Social Care Teams
Autor
EAN
9781118676493
ISBN
978-1-118-67649-3
Format
E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller
Wiley-Blackwell
Herausgeber
Wiley-Blackwell
Genre
Pflege
Veröffentlichung
15.04.2014
Digitaler Kopierschutz
Adobe-DRM
Dateigrösse
8.63 MB
Anzahl Seiten
250
Jahr
2014
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