The All Ireland Practice and Quality Development Database Launch Dublin Castle 5 th April 2006

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  • The All Ireland Practice and Quality Development DatabaseLaunchDublin Castle5th April 2006

  • All Ireland Practice & Quality Development DatabaseDEVELOPMENT PROCESS PART OF NIPECS CORPORATE STRATEGY FROM 2002 TAKEN FORWARD via PROJECT GROUP TO SPECIFICATION TESTED WITH NIPEC LINKS NETWORK AND TENDERED DATABASE DEVELOPMENT MAY - SEPTEMBER 2004 WENT LIVE JANUARY 2005 PROMOTION ACTIVITY COLLABORATION WITH NCNM SEPTEMBER 2005

  • Database iconson NIPEC web site Homepage

  • All Ireland Practice & Quality Development DatabaseDatabase Specification 18 FIELDS 12 FREE TEXT 6 MENU SUPPORTED NO ACADEMIC CRITERIA TO BE MET RETAIN THE UNIQUE QUALITIES OF YOUR PROJECT ACCOMMODATES ALL TYPES OF PROJECTS

  • Summary of Database Contents

    BREAKDOWN BY SUBJECT (Select up to three)Acute Care 16Public Health 9Community Care 9Older People 8Cancer Care 8Mental Health 7Learning/Intellectual Disability 4TSN/Equality/Human Rights 3Primary Care 2Paediatric 2Midwifery 2

  • SEARCHING THE DATABASE

  • SEARCHING THE DATABASE

  • SEARCHING THE DATABASE

  • SEARCHING THE DATABASE

  • Help and Support The Database Booklet

  • National Council MissionThe National Council for the Professional Development of Nursing and Midwifery exists to promote and develop the professional role of nurses and midwives in order to ensure the delivery of quality nursing and midwifery care to patients and clients in a changing healthcare environment.

  • National Council Strategic PlanProvision of continuous professional development, education and research opportunities for nurses and midwivesWorking in partnership with other agencies on research projects and practice development projects that are relevant to service and professional development needs Developing and maintaining meaningful databases on research and practice development activities being carried out in nursing and midwifery in Ireland as a key resource for the professionContinuing to develop the website of the Council as a key element in the information collection and dissemination strategy

  • Vision to ActionStrengthening the Nursing Contribution to Public Health

    Recommendation:

    Development of an All Island Practice Development Forum

  • Practice Development Sub-Group& Database Sub-GroupIdentified NIPEC and the National Council as the preferred host agents for a database of practice initiatives

  • National Council & NIPEC CollaborationInitial discussionsSigning of a Memorandum of UnderstandingDevelopment of a Service Level AgreementAmendment of the database to fit the All Ireland context

  • Database amendmentsAdjustment of fieldsTypes of organisationSpecific terms

    Expansion of operating procedures to include National Council

    Technical adjustments to database to direct southern entries to National Council

  • Pilot PhaseWorkshops with key stakeholders

    Nursing practice development co-ordinatorsPublic health nursesRegional practice development co-ordinators for care of the elderly

  • Examples of initiatives on the databaseDementia Care Mapping Pilot Project

    NMPDU HSE-Dublin

    Project Manager-Mary ODonnell34 nurses trained to evaluate quality of life from the perspective of person with dementia and work with staff to develop plans to enhance care

  • Examples of initiatives on the databaseEssence of Care-Nutrition Benchmark

    NMPDU HSE South

    Project Manager-Sheila DoyleEssence of care framework used by the MDT to evaluate and improve practice in relation to nutrition of clients. Patients surveyed key improvements identified for example menus changed, assessment of nutritional status introduced

  • Examples of initiatives on the databasePaediatric Neonatal Clinical Facilitator Project

    HSE West

    Project manager-Kathy KennedyThis project established a regional approach to the development of evidence based practice in neonatal care by establishing evidence based guidelines and procedure through consultation and developing staff skills in this area.

  • Examples of initiatives on the databasePerinatal Liaison Mental Health Service

    HSE South

    Project Manager-Elaine HealyA nurse-led service that provides a comprehensive mental health assessment and focused interventions for families in addition to providing education to other staff involved in perinatal care

  • FuturePublicity campaignPopulate the databaseReview of submissions