NES corporate publications
This report and executive summary provide details of the findings from the evaluation of an education programme for Senior Healthcare Support Workers (SHCSWs) (SCQF Level 7) and Assistant Practitioners (APs) (SCQF Level 8) for Children and Young People’s Health (CYPH) with optional pathways.
The development of this Career and development framework will assist organisations, senior nurses and service leads in identifying the practice and competence required to follow a high quality of care in line with the Quality Strategy and allow for the benchmarking of existing roles.
This issue focuses on e-Learning for nurse training in Zambia and Ghana, plus an article on a recent Midwifery Leadership event in which midwives came together to discuss and plan midwifery leadership for the future. Also included are updates on the Scottish Multiprofessional Maternity Development Programme, GP specialty trainees and a recent partnership between our RRHEAL team and dental directorate around recruitment and retention.
This framework describes the leadership of all aspects of care within a bio psychosocial model which will include complex emotional and physical conditions, within a health and community context.
The career and development framework for district nursing describes the leadership of all aspects of care within a bio psychosocial model which will include complex emotional and physical conditions, within a health and community context.
This Workforce Plan has been developed as an integral part of the process of developing our Local Delivery Plan and Corporate Plan for 2011/12 and is consistent with it.
This issue focuses on timely cash savings that the NES Knowledge Services are leading, new online resources for support workers, a report on how we are helping meet the one year job guarantee for newly registered nurses and midwives as well as an updates on our work around newborn screening tests, and much more.
Annual Accounts and notes for the year ended 31 March 2011.
This corporate plan provides detailed information on the activities that support our strategic objectives. The purpose of this detailed business plan is to articulate who we are, what we do and why, to both our staff and external stakeholders.
This document represents our commitment to the NHSScotland Quality Strategy in developing mutually beneficial partnerships, eliminating avoidable harm and providing the most appropriate, consistent and safe frontline services which are closer to people’s homes and involve patients and carers in making decisions.