Overseas Nursing Programme February 2015 Cohort

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1 Overseas Nursing Programme February 2015 Cohort Author S. Pawlin Senior Practice Development Charge Nurse v0.1 1 P a g e

2 Contents 1 ONP Course Primary Contacts ONP Requirements Requirements for the ONP (NMC & University Prescribed): Programme Content: Learning Outcomes ONP Folder Time Table (For Managers) ONP Training University Timetable ONP Groups... Error! Bookmark not defined. 4.3 Supervised Practice (NMC prescribed) University Trainers Guidance Support & Development Academic Support Performance Development Review (PDR) Social Support Post Registration programme Overview P a g e

3 1 ONP COURSE PRIMARY CONTACTS RSCH Name Job Role Jo Embleton, Deputy Director of Nursing & Patient Experience Simon Pawlin PD ONP Lead Nurse Vanessa Pasquier PD ONP Lead Nurse Stephen Green PD Lead Nurse ITU Jenny Ware PD Lead Nurse A&E Tina Kitcher PD Lead Nurse Theatres PD Lead Nurse EAU Amanda Brown International Resourcing & Projects Specialist University Of Surrey Name Job Role Dr Maria Miklaucich University ONP Lead / Tutor Alison Wiseman Senior Tutor Nadia MacLachlan ONP Programme Administrator 3 P a g e

4 2 ONP REQUIREMENTS REQUIREMENTS FOR THE ONP (NMC & UNIVERSITY PRESCRIBED): 20 days protected training NMC Prescribed Supervised Practice Period days self-study Formative & Summative Assessment 5 observational visits Completed Portfolio 13 days contact time (working time with Mentor) Competencies Sign off Mentor required for final sign off 2.2 PROGRAMME CONTENT: NMC Requirements for the content of the programme to include: The UK as a multicultural society Structure of the NHS and social care services Relationship between the NHS and the independent sector Code of professional conduct Changing health care environment Practitioner - Client relationships Patient involvement in the NHS and Independent sectors Effective communication Numeracy skills Accountability Legal framework within which care is delivered Ethical issues Clinical governance and how the Council s standards contribute to this Evidence based practice Holistic care encompassing health promotion and education Multi-disciplinary team working 2.3 LEARNING OUTCOMES Provide safe and effective practice in UK practice settings Transfer previously learnt knowledge and skills to the UK practice settings Achieve the competencies and domains as agreed by the NMC Engage in learning processes that encourage lifelong learning 2.4 ONP FOLDER Due to the Complexities of the ONP Programme the Practice Development Team (PDT) has developed an ONP folder. The Folder includes the following sections: 1. Folder Guidance 2. Milestones Checklist 3. Timetable 4. Trust ONP Welcome Pack 5. ONP Course Portfolio 6. Core Competencies/Fundamental Clusters 7. Specialty Competencies 8. Training Document & Evidence of Learning 9. PDR 1 NMC Circular 2008 Requirements for overseas nurses programme leading to registration in the UK & Surrey University ONP ratified programme handbook 4 P a g e

5 3 TIME TABLE (FOR MANAGERS) February March April May June July Week Day 2/2 9/2 16/2 23/2 2/3 9/3 16/3 23/3 30/3 6/4 13/4 20/4 27/4 4/5 11/5 18/5 25/5 1/6 8/6 15/6 22/6 29/6 6/7 13/7 M D1 IND D10 LVE LVE LVE D15 LVE PDR T D2 D6 D11 LVE D16 LVE W D3 D7 V1 D7B V2 D12 LVE V3 V4 V5 D17 LVE S1 T D4 D8 D13 LVE D18 LVE FOR F D5 D9 D14 LVE LVE D19 LVE FOR S&S July (cont.) August September October November December Day 20/7 27/7 3/8 10/8 17/8 24/8 31/8 7/9 14/9 21/9 28/9 5/10 12/10 19/10 26/10 2/11 9/11 16/11 23/11 30/11 7/12 14/12 21/12 28/12 M D20 LVE LVE SUB UNR RAT LVE LVE T D19 LVE LVE LVE W D20 LVE LVE LVE T S2 LVE MOD LVE LVE F LVE LVE LVE S&S TIMETABLE LEGEND D1 Study Days IND Trust Induction V1 Observational Visit Days LVE ONP Nurse Leave S1 Self-Directed Study Days FOR Formative Assessment / Presentations SUB Submission Day MOD Moderation Board Sits / Surrey Lean Portfolio UNR Un-ratified Results Published RAT Ratified Results / NMC Letter Sent PDR PDR Deadline 5 P a g e

6 4 ONP TRAINING 4.1 UNIVERSITY TIMETABLE Orientation to UK Healthcare (ONP) Practice NUR2170, NUR Feb Cohort Start Date:02 February 2015 RSCH HSC Foundation Trust Day DATE START TIME FINISH TIME DETAILS ROOM Monday 2-Feb-15 09:00 12:00 UKBA/Introduction module outcomes.programme Handbook 01 DK 03 Monday 2-Feb-15 12:00 16:00 Practice Portfolio 01 DK 03 Tuesday 3-Feb-15 09:00 12:00 UK Multicultural team 01 DK 03 Tuesday 3-Feb-15 13:00 14:00 Login/Authentic World??15 DK 00 ( computerlabs) Tuesday 3-Feb-15 14:00 15:00 Literature search 15 DK 00 ( computerlabs) Tuesday 3-Feb-15 15:00 16:00 Campas Card 15 DK 00 ( computerlabs) Wednesday 4-Feb-15 09:30 16:30 Study Skills and Portfolio 06 DK 02 Wednesday 4-Feb-15 13:30 16:30 Learning Styles and Reflection 06 DK 02 Thursday 5-Feb-15 09:00 10:00 Welcome to the trust / Introduction to the PD Trainers & Resources TB 01 Thursday 5-Feb-15 10:00 12:00 UK healthcare / NHS & Social care services TB 01 Thursday 5-Feb-15 13:00 14:00 Evidence Based Practice TB 01 Thursday 5-Feb-15 14:00 16:00 The Patient Experience. TB 01 Thursday 5-Feb-15 16:00 16:30 Orientation Presentation Task Training TB 01 Friday 6-Feb-15 09:00 10:15 Welcome breakfast / & HR Housekeeping (Group A, Group B) RSCH Restaurant Friday 6-Feb-15 10:30 12:30 6 C's & NMC COC & Acountability (Group A) ED CENTRE RSCH A6 Friday 6-Feb-15 10:30 12:30 6 C's & NMC COC & Acountability (Group B) ED CENTRE RSCH A3 Friday 6-Feb-15 14:00 17:00 Orientation to Work Place Work Area RSCH Monday 9-Feb-15 08:45 17:00 Corporate Induction ED CENTRE RSCH Lecture Theatre Tuesday 10-Feb-15 08:30 11:00 BLS (Group A) Training Suite, RSCH Tuesday 10-Feb-15 09:00 11:00 POC & VitalPac (Group B) ED CENTRE RSCH A2 (Seminar room lv A) Tuesday 10-Feb-15 11:30 14:00 BLS (Group B) Training Suite, RSCH Tuesday 10-Feb-15 11:00 13:00 POC & VitalPac (Group A) ED CENTRE RSCH A2 (Seminar room lv A) Wednesday 11-Feb-15 09:00 15:00 Manual Handling (Group A) Training Suite, RSCH

7 Wednesday 11-Feb-15 15:00 16:00 Bed & Mattress (Group A) Training Suite, RSCH Wednesday 11-Feb-15 09:00 17:00 Deteriorating Patient (Group B) 04 DK 00 ( Skill labs) Thursday 12-Feb-15 09:00 12:00 Consent, MCA, DOLS 03 DK 02 Thursday 12-Feb-15 13:00 16:30 Infection Control TB12B Friday 13-Feb-15 09:00 09:30 Asepsis ED CENTRE RSCH Lecture Theatre Friday 13-Feb-15 09:30 12:00 Diabetes ED CENTRE RSCH Lecture Theatre Friday 13-Feb-15 13:00 14:00 PALS ED CENTRE RSCH Lecture Theatre Friday 13-Feb-15 14:15 16:00 Blood Transfusion ED CENTRE RSCH Lecture Theatre Wednesday 4-Mar-15 09:00 15:00 Manual Handling (Group B) Training Suite, RSCH Wednesday 4-Mar-15 15:00 16:00 Bed & Mattress (Group B) Training Suite, RSCH Wednesday 4-Mar-15 09:00 17:00 Deteriorating Patient (Group A) ED CENTRE RSCH Lecture Theatre Monday 23-Mar-15 09:00 12:00 Orientation Taks Presentation & Feedback (Group A) 01 DK 02 Monday 23-Mar-15 09:00 12:00 Orientation Taks Presentation & Feedback (Group B) 03 DK 03 Monday 23-Mar-15 13:00 17:00 Nutrition 06 DK 02 Tuesday 24-Mar-15 09:30 12:30 Falls TB13 Tuesday 24-Mar-15 13:30 16:30 Vulnerable Adults & Children 02 DK 03 Wednesday 25-Mar-15 09:30 12:30 Record Keeping / Effective Communication TB01 Wednesday 25-Mar-15 13:30 16:30 Law & Ethics TB01 Thursday 26-Mar-15 09:00 12:30 Learning Disabilities TB01 Thursday 26-Mar-15 13:00 16:00 Palliative Care 17 DK 02 Friday 27-Mar-15 09:30 12:30 Medication Administration 01 DK 02 Friday 27-Mar-15 13:30 16:30 Medicine Management 01 DK 02 Monday 8-Jun-15 09:00 12:00 Fire & Major Incident Training 01 DK 02 Monday 8-Jun-15 13:00 14:00 VTE 01 DK 02 Monday 8-Jun-15 13:00 16:30 Wound Management 01 DK 02 Tuesday 9-Jun-15 09:00 12:00 Discharge Co-ordination ED CENTRE RSCH Lecture Theatre Tuesday 9-Jun-15 13:00 16:00 Medical Devices ED CENTRE RSCH Lecture Theatre / B2 Wednesday 10-Jun-15 09:00 12:00 Dementia (pt1) 17 DK 02

8 Wednesday 10-Jun-15 13:00 17:00 Dementia (pt2) Fay Wright & NH 17 DK 02 Thursday 11-Jun-15 09:30 13:00 Cannulatrion Thursday 11-Jun-15 14:00 16:00 Vennapuncture Alex King (BD) & VP/VN Gorden Spencer (Greiner) & SP/NH 17 DK DK 02 Friday 12-Jun-15 09:00 12:00 Oh What A Day (Group A) VE/VP ED CENTRE RSCH, A2, A6, A7 Friday 12-Jun-15 09:00 12:00 Oh What A Day (Group B) AO/CC ED CENTRE RSCH, A2, A6, A7 Friday 12-Jun-15 13:00 16:00 Continence Training / Privacy& Dignity Judy Perry (Tenna Lady) VE Lecture Theatre RSCH Wednesday 8-Jul-15 09:30 16:30 Self Directed Study Thursday 9-Jul-15 09:00 17:00 Formative Asssessment / Presentation Miklauchich, M (Dr) 06 DK 02 Friday 10-Jul-15 13:00 16:00 Formative Asssessment / Presentation Miklauchich, M (Dr) 06 DK 02 Monday 3-Aug-15 09:00 12:00 A-E Assassment / Simulation (Group A) VN/VP/NH Training Suite, RSCH Monday 3-Aug-15 12:00 16:00 A-E Assassment / Simulation (Group B) AO/CC/VN Training Suite, RSCH Tuesday 4-Aug-15 09:00 12:00 Dementia Simulation (Group A) Faye Wright & PDTx3 Training Suite, RSCH Tuesday 4-Aug-15 13:00 16:00 Dementia Simulation (Group B) Faye Wright & PDTx3 Training Suite, RSCH Wednesday 5-Aug-15 09:00 12:00 Clinical Governence & NMC AO/NH 06 DK 02 Wednesday 5-Aug-15 13:00 16:00 Health Promotion & Education PDT VN 06 DK 02 Wednesday 5-Aug-15 16:00 17:00 Course Evaluation / Feedback for Wards SP/VP 06 DK 02 Thursday 6-Aug-15 09:30 16:30 Self directed study Date of Submission: 07th September 2015 Unratified Feedback: 28th September 2015 Date of Publication of Results: 23rd November 2015 Date of Re-submission: January 2016 TBC Date of Publication of Results: TBC

9 4.2 SUPERVISED PRACTICE (NMC PRESCRIBED) Nurses will each have a prescribed minimum supervised practice period which could be anywhere between 3-9 months. Some Candidates may be required to split supervised Practice across multiple work areas (although rare) 4.3 UNIVERSITY TRAINERS GUIDANCE All RSCH trainers undertaking teaching sessions at the University should ensure they have read and understood the University issued Class Room Risk Assessment document which can be downloaded from:

10 5 SUPPORT & DEVELOPMENT ACADEMIC SUPPORT The following Support will be available to ONP Nurses during the course to ensure that candidate successfully complete all academic requirements. University of Surrey SPLASH Service RSCH Library 5.2 PERFORMANCE DEVELOPMENT REVIEW (PDR) Each ONP Nurse will require 2 PDR episodes. The first will occur no later than the midpoint of the course. This is to ensure that any problems are identified or additional support is required to ensure completion of all elements of the ONP course on time. The second PDR will occur upon successful registration with the NMC. (12 month point) 5.3 SOCIAL SUPPORT The ONP Course has been developed to support each Overseas Nurse adapt as they embark upon working in the UK. Alongside the ONP Course, the RSCH has also considered how to support each nurse adapt socially and culturally. To that End the following plans have been developed; A welcome party has been developed to welcome and assist nurses during the weekend of the Nurses arrival. This team consists of RSCH staff and representatives of the existing Filipino community. A Trust Information book has been produced that includes information about the trust as well as information about the Locality. (e.g. GP s, Dentists, Places of worship) ONP nurses who wish to do so will be allocated a buddy from the Guildford Filipino community. A reception dinner has been organised for Saturday 31st January and will be attended by representatives of the RSCH, University of Surrey and the Community. A RSCH Welcome lunch has been organised for Friday 6th February to be attended by the PD Team, Managers and Senior Staff 2 For more, go to:

11 6 POST REGISTRATION PROGRAMME 6.1 OVERVIEW The ONP course has been developed to ensure that all overseas nurses receive all the training required to enable registration with the NMC. As such, the ONP course includes nearly all of the elements of the Preceptorship training already. To that end, a reduced post registration programme will support the ONP nurses during the first year of NMC registration and includes: Upon NMC registration each nurse will undertake a PDR with their line manager for the year ahead. Following this PDR each ONP Nurse will be met by a PD team member and review of training needs and requirements will be made. Confidence Tables will be employed alongside the PDR and a review of the ONP Folder training evidence and competency milestones checklist. Recommendations for training & Development will be made to the nurse and to the line manager for the year ahead. Each ONP Nurse will have open access to the PD Team (if required) as they complete the outstanding post-registration competencies and training courses. All outstanding courses and competencies should be completed by the end of the first year (post registration). Once completed, declarations can be signed.