NMAHP: It's all about Education for Scotland's Nurses, Midwives, Allied Health Professionals, Chaplains and Clinical Healthcare Support Workers.
2003 – Cleanliness Champions Programme
This is a programme providing national educational resources to support health and social care staff working in acute, community, care home/residential housing and care at home services in Scotland including: Infection Prevention and Control, Decontamination of Re-usable Medical Devices and Antimicrobial Prescribing Management and Stewardship.
2004 – Practice Education Facilitators network
The Practice Education Facilitators are a national network of nursing and midwifery registrants that support learning in practice by working with staff within the practice learning environments.
2005 – Scottish Multiprofessional Maternity Development Programme
The Scottish Multiprofessional Development Programme is a Scottish Government-subsidised training programme providing clinical skills-based courses and other resources to the maternity profession in Scotland.
2006 – Flying Start NHS®
Flying Start NHS is the national development programme for all newly qualified nurses, midwives, and allied health professionals in Scotland, to be undertaken in the first year of practice.
2007 – Allied Health Professions Practice Education Programme
The AHP Practice Education Programme develops resources and networks, enhancing the quality and range of practice-based learning for AHP practice educators, pre-registration students and other learners, helping them to provide safe, effective, person-centred quality care
2007 – Early Clinical Career Fellowships
The Early Clinical Career Fellowships (ECCF) supported talented nurses and midwives at an early stage in their career in order to maximise their future leadership potential.
2009 – Allied Health Professions Careers Fellowships
The AHP Careers Fellowship scheme supports career development for the AHP workforce in the public health and social care sector in Scotland by funding AHP staff to participate in a NES-delivered learning programme delivered by NES, and lead and deliver a work-based project over 10- 12 months to improve, change or develop AHP services.
2010 – Care Home Education Facilitators
The Care Home Education Facilitators are a national network of registered nurses that support learning in practice by working with staff within care home practice learning environments, primarily for older adults.
2011 – Values-Based Reflective Practice
VBRP® is a model to help staff working in health and social care deliver the care they came into the service to provide. The principles of reflective practice enable practitioners to understand and recognise their personal and professional value which helps support them to deliver safe, effective and person-centred care.
2011 – NES Practice Educator National Network
NES’s nursing and midwifery practice educators are hosted in the 14 territorial health boards and aim to support the delivery of safe, effective and person-centred care, ensuring the best outcomes for patients through supporting nursing and midwifery practitioner colleagues in their professional learning and development.
2011 – Effective Practitioner
The Effective Practitioner web resource has been created to meet the needs of nurses, midwives or allied health professionals to help them achieve the best in their work by identifying gaps in knowledge and directing them to resources to meet their learning needs.
2011 – Dementia Champions programme
This programme prepares professionals to be leaders of change when working with people with dementia being cared for primarily in acute hospitals. As an inter-professional programme, Champions come from diverse professional groups nursing, allied and paramedical groups, social work, chaplains, pharmacists, radiographers and dentists.
2013 – Family Nurse Partnership education programme
The FNP education programme provides education and coaching for family nurses and supervisors. This learning and education contribute to effective, efficient and safe delivery of the FNP programme within Scotland and supports decisions within the education model.
2014 – Dementia Specialist Improvement Leads programme
The DSIL programme invests in and develops specialist care for people living with dementia, their families and carers who receive support and treatment from NHS mental health services and care homes. Initially targeted at mental health nurses, the programme was broadened to include a range of staff from health and social care. https://www.nes.scot.nhs.uk/media/k5qn1xfy/driving-improvements-in-specialist-dementia-care.pdf
2014 – NMAHP Digital Health and Care Leadership Programme
The Digital Health and Care Leadership Programme - previously NMAHP Digital Health and Care Leadership Programme - supports ambitious and experienced health and care professionals to influence digital health and care in their organisations.
2014 – Quality Management of the Practice Learning Environment
QMPLE is a web resource used by all universities and practice learning environments across Scotland to provides access to and reporting of data relating to the quality of nursing and midwifery practice learning experiences.
2017-2018 - The Scottish Infection Prevention and Control Education Package (SIPCEP)
This package provides a national approach to infection prevention and control. The Foundation Layer of the pathway consists of 15 e-learning modules and other resources covering mainly Standard Infection Control Precautions.
2018 – Nurse Endoscopy
NMAHP supports the opportunity for candidates to apply for a place on Scotland’s nurse endoscopy programme.
2019 – Operating Department Practice programme
NMAHP led the ODP programme commissioning on behalf of territorial health boards across Scotland. The management of the service-led approach is undertaken by regional leads (west, south-east and north regions) appointed by health boards.
2020 – Healthcare Support Worker Professional Portfolio
Development of a Turas Professional Portfolio (Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is available to all support workers as an individual educational Portfolio to record evidence of their learning.
2020 – NMAHP Perioperative Career & Development Frameworks
These frameworks provide an infrastructure to support career development and educational needs of nursing, midwifery and health professions working across perioperative environments.
2020/2021 - Allied Health Professions webinar series
In the context of COVID-19, NMAHP ran a series of short webinar sessions focused on specific aspects of practice, use of technology, ways of working – including the use of Near Me - and other key topics identified by AHPs.
2020/2021 – Promoting Effective Immunisation in Practice (PEIP) programme
This programme has been developed to support registered health care practitioners whose remit includes immunisation, whether advice giving or administration.
Promoting Effective Immunisation Practice (PEIP) on Turas Learn (NB: requires TURAS log in)
2020/2021 – Promoting Effective Immunisation Practice (PEIP): Healthcare support workers (HCSWs) programme
This programme has been developed for Healthcare Support Workers (HCSWs) on Level 3 or 4 of the NHS Career Framework who work as part of a team delivering specific vaccinations as part of the Scottish Immunisation Programme.
2022 – Medical Associate Professions
NMAHP is leading the progression of the current Scottish Government Commission regarding MAPs.
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August, 18 2022