AHPOQ Introduction to training requirements presentation

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Allied health student training

Pre-placement training requirements

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Background

• New National Safety and Quality Health Service Standards from 1 January 2013 • Compulsory for majority of public and private healthcare organisations • Focus on areas considered essential to improving safety and quality of care • Australian Council on Healthcare Standards accredits all healthcare facilities against the Standards.

Background cont

• Recent accreditation highlighted need for greater awareness of the Standards by students and staff • AHPOQ undertook project to map existing training and develop new introductory level content for identified gaps • Overall aim of the Standards and the project outcomes is to support patient, student and staff safety through specific training.

10 NSQHS Standards

• Government and Safety – off and on site • Partnering with consumers • Preventing HAI • Medication Safety • Patient ID and procedure matching • Clinical handover • Blood and blood products Pressure injuries • Deteriorating Patients • Falls

Project aims

• Focus on quality and safety • Increase awareness of NSQHS standards • Provide quality introductory level information • Provide consistent information for all AH staff and students • Enable easy access to materials for learning

Tasks undertaken

• Review of information and training requirements for allied health students as per the Standards, OH&S, legislative and other authority requirements.

• Mapping of existing modules for students • Enabled access to existing modules for students (external access enabled) • Developed new modules to meet Standards (introductory level by allied health content experts) • New modules are in video format with voiceover • Internet access enabled

Collaboration

• Universities, in collaboration with Queensland Government Hospital and Health Services, are requested to ensure that students are provided with the appropriate training to support their

safe and active engagement in clinical placements

. • Implementation phased in over 2014 • The completion of training modules prior to placements will facilitate the

early commencement

of clinical learning on placements.

Student responsibilities

• Undertake training off-site and prior to placements • Access the training ‘ Allied Health Clinical Education and Training – Student Training’ website • Download the required documents (‘Allied health student training: a guide for students’ & ‘Evidence record of allied health student training’). ( http://www.health.qld.gov.au/ahwac/html/ahst.asp

• Complete the ) • Complete the linked training modules (7-8 hours in total)

Essential Placement Requirements

on the Student Deed and Orientation Website ( http://www.health.qld.gov.au/sop/2html/eprfs.asp

• Maintain the ‘Evidence record of allied health student training’. • Provide a copy of the ‘Evidence record of allied health student training’ at the commencement of each placement.

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University responsibilities

• Enable within AH program curriculums student access to all training able to be undertaken off site prior to placements • Ensure that students complete the ‘

Essential Placement Requirements’

on the Student Deed and Orientation Website ( http://www.health.qld.gov.au/sop/2html/eprfs.asp

). This is reflected as a module • Ensure that allied health students access the ‘

Evidence record of allied health student training’

• Ensure that allied health students are aware of the requirement to provide a copy of the ‘

Evidence record of allied health student training

’ at the commencement of each placement.

Queensland Health Clinical Educator responsibilities

• Review the “

Allied Health Student Training: A Guide for Clinical Educators

” document http://qheps.health.qld.gov.au/ahwac/content/ahst.htm

• Arrange for any on-site training requirements, within specified timeframes and/or as required as outcomes of any risk appraisal of placement need.

• Collect a copy of each allied health students ‘

Evidence record of allied health student training

’ at the beginning of each placement.

• Maintain accurate records of training completion • Reporting template exemplar is located in Appendix 1 of the “

Allied Health Student Training: A Guide for Clinical Educators

” document http://qheps.health.qld.gov.au/ahwac/content/ahst.htm

Information & Access

AHPOQ Website: ‘ Allied Health Clinical Education and Training – Student Training’ http://www.health.qld.gov.au/ahwac/html/cet.asp

Required documents on this site: • Guide for Students • Evidence Record Recording of this videoconference information session for clinical educators and university clinical education staff will be linked to from the site above.

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