Feedback and Evaluation

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Summary of ECCF event on 2nd
September 2015
Event : ECCF 2015 Induction and Networking Masterclass and ECCF
2012/2014 Writing for Publication and Networking Masterclass
1. Networking Masterclass
Current Networks
Fellows shared who they were currently networking with
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Manager -= 26
Colleagues = 24
NHS Education for Scotland = 25
Scottish Government = 8 ( Morecambe Bay Study Day; Via tweets #scotgov;
HEAT targets)
Forums = 8
 Scottish Stroke Nurse Forum
 Mental Health Nurse Prescribers
Forum
 Practice Education Support Forum
Specialist Interest Groups = 13
 Association of Radical Midwives
 ECT nurses
 Lung specialist nurse
 BDP steering group
 Research, MCN
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RCN forums/discussions
MH nursing
RCN, RCPHN, we hv, we nurse,
student nurse forum, public health
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Maternity Service Liaison Committee
Cancer specialist nurse
SCPHN, parents, patient groups, pain
team
Practice education, development,
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CAMHS, child protection
Scottish Stroke Nurses Forum
Respiratory nurses
Education events = 21
 Conferences x 13
 Study days x 6
 Masterclass, CME
 Training courses,
 University
Social Media = 22
 Facebook x 18
 Twitter x 14 @drewdrewcrooks,
@nicbraid, @samabdulla,
@marieannesmith
 [email protected]
Communities of practice = 17
 Learning disability
 Mental health
 CAMHS outpatient service
 A&E
 Mental health x 3
 Midwifery x 5
Other professional groups = 24
 AHPs x 6
 Social work x 13
 Police x 7
 SALT, OTs (2), physios, health visitors
(3),
 Forensic service
 Medics (3) GP
 Education (2)
 All primary care practitioners,
 Mental Health services (3),
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SLDNN
Senior nurses group
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Morecambe Bay Study Day
Contributor
Mentor
Department training
Seminar
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Instagram = 4
Linkedin,
Forums,
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Primary care
Older adult health
Adult mental health
Medical wards
CAMHS
LD
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Ambulance (2),
CPN,
Psychology
Engineering, biomechanics, , writers,
component, companies,
Research and development
Society for the dead/blind with mental
health issues
Drug action
AFFPS, LA, ED
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Alumni = 20
 UWS Ayr
 Stirling University
 Glasgow University
 UWS
 Edinburgh Napier (7),
 Northampton
 RGU alumni (4)
Patients and service users = 26
 Patients helping to inform teaching at
RGU
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Heriot Watt University
GCU – going back – involved in
potential projects
Aberdeen University (2)
Northumbria
University of Dundee (2)
Previous tutors (2)
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LGBT
Patient campaign group
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Fellows
Previous lecturers,
Support staff
Academia /University
Political party
MDT
MCN for stroke
Mental elf
RCN, arthropasty conferences,CME
Other = 22
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Students (2)
Dance
Nurses/MH nurse/Midwives I trained
with (5)
Voluntary groups (2)
AHPs (4)
Local churches
HEI,
Union
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2. Describing ECCF
ECCF FELLOWS’ VIEW OF WAY OF WORDS TO DESCRIBE ECCF
Who is your audience?
Development process for recently qualified nurses and midwives to enhance clinical
care which involves Masters level education, reflective learning, mentorship support by
NES and SG.
Patient care
Professional
development
programme
Better
Practice
Personal
development
programme
ECCF
Development
Development
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Leadership
development
programme
elements
Masters
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A programme of professional development identifying highly motivated individuals
within nursing to equip them with the skills to lead the workforce
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Instilling leadership in the nursing workforce through personal, professional and
academic excellence
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A programme of professional and academic development identifying individuals
within nursing and midwifery with leadership potential to improve clinical practice
and patient outcomes
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An opportunity to enhance clinical practice and patient outcomes, through a
professional and academic programme with a focus on collaboration and leadership
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Investing in personal and professional development to allow gold standard care to
be delivered
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Embodiment of values
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Creating opportunities and networks
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Opens doors
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Creating opportunities to improve clinical practice
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Widening horizons
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Collaboration of clinical, academic and protected time
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3. Developing the ECCF Network
How do you currently engage with ECCF network?
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Emails (2)
Newsletter (3)
Steering groups
Masterclass (3)
ALS (3)
Colleagues in same area
University
Whats app
Celebration days (3)
Stakeholder groups
Events
Conversation with colleagues –
socially
Twitter (4)
- following other influential people
- contributing to
conversations/discussions
- Social media #ECCF (2)
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Conferences (2)
- role specific
- generic healthcare
Board leads
Clinical lead
ECCF mentor
Scottish Government initiative
Feedback forms
Publication (2)
Co-workers
Previous ECCFs (2)
What app chat
Blogging
Mentorship and coaching
Informally/support
Board meetings
Shadowing
What would you like to see included in an updated overview of the ECCF
network?
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More virtual contact (rural areas) eg. Facebook group
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ECCF alumni webpage
- photo )
past and
- biog )
present fellows
- login access for fellows with email address list etc, discussion board etc
- contacts/names of fellows/database (2)
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Description of the network
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Combined forum
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University feedback/dissertation topics
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Webspace – community practice
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Discussion boards
- communicating with current and previous fellows
- overcoming obstacles
- encouraging discussion
- involving other interested parties
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Promoting the network to improve awareness / More prominent and engaging
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More personal impact
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How we as individuals and a group contribute to the 2020 vision?
Leadership
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Cohort of ECCF practitioners driving vision
Strengthening relationships with Alumni (? through webpage)
Leadership skills / Building better leaders
Reinforcing values and drivers
Empowering and sharing ideas
Leading by example / Role modelling / Supporting and motivating
Demonstrate you can be an ECCF fellow early in your career and its ok to do MSc
ENTHUSIASM!
Collective voice / Changing culture by example
Strengthen ECCF network ?virtual
Involving other individuals
Practice
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Adopting other areas approaches
Delivering safe and effective patient-centred care
Caring approach – compassionate care
Working in a reflective manner – becoming better listeners
Creating action from ideas
Holistic view
Improved knowledge base
Sharing
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Disseminating information/research findings (2)
Sharing good practice and research (2)
Knowledge of how things happen and why
Knowledge of the institution
Raising awareness with colleagues
Advise on further education
Promoting the work of ECCF fellows eg. research, published work
Sharing expert knowledge
Wider perspective
- speakers at masterclasses
- fellows come from different specialities and backgrounds
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4. Feedback from the day
Fellows were asked how they had found the day by giving a number between 1
and 5 . 5 being great and 1 being poor.
Rating
5 (great)
4.5
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1 (poor)
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We asked Fellows to give 2 word to express how they were feeling about ECCF
Here they are :
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Motivated, committed
Proud, inspiring
Amazed, reassured
Grateful, proud
Positive, apprehensive
Enthusiastic, apprehensive
Optimistic, abandoned!
Excited, privileged
Excited, apprehensive
Overwhelmed, nervous
Enthusiastic, encouraged
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Nervous
Fortunate, grateful
Excited, enthusiastic
Life changing
Motivated
Excited (still)
Motivated
Privileged, excited,
Valued, motivated
Privileged, proud, #ECCF
Motivated, inspired
Networked! Welcomed!
We asked for any comments Fellow would like to make about the day
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Great opportunity
Food for thought
Thoroughly enjoyed Paula’s session regarding the scholarship and her career
Excellent induction day. Very welcoming and informative
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Lots of helpful presentations for day!! Thank you
Very supportive, encouraging and friendly. Thank you
Knowledgeable and encouraging
Great venue and enjoyed interactive sessions (afternoon) most
I found meeting other fellows from cohorts really beneficial. Its really heightened my
enthusiasm for the programme
Great start to ECCF 2015 – loved meeting so many new people and now looking
forward to getting to know them all better (and learning how to tweet)
Could have shortened morning session and done another item as well
Only bad part is dreading the photo!
Empowering future leaders to change practice
Knowledge network – people connect find out who to follow
Always need something to strive towards
Great opportunity for discussion. Helps maintain motivation and enthusiasm
A great day! Inspiring and motivating
Inspiring day which has made me very excited for the next 3 years, leadership
Induction – very informative
As always facilitation very good. Very well experienced speakers
great day, excellent and informative
Loved morning, very useful, really loved Paula’s talk about her experience
Will go back to this morning’s tips a lot over the next year!!
Improved patient outcomes
Good to meet the new fellows and hear good news from old ones
We asked if there were any topic Fellows would like for future
masterclasses
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Masterclass – transition from learning to improving practice
Masterclass – clinical academic careers
Myers Briggs for future class
How will I make a difference – encourage students/staff
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