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Professor Rebecca Jester (Academic Lead)
Need for Trust to have assurance that its
Nursing workforce has appropriate evidence
based knowledge of fundamental,
compassionate and safe care.
To prepare the nursing workforce for the
NMC requirements of re-validation.
To develop a user friendly one-stop learning
resource, minimising duplication of effort and
minimising time away from direct clinical care
Successful bid to HENW to support Phase 1
Phase 1 – build the learning platform (Totara),
develop the learning content with integral
assessment, pilot the learning resource with a
sample of RN’s (adult) working within PAT
and The Christie.
The sample will comprise circa 10% of the
adult nursing workforce in both organisations
using a stratified sampling matrix.
Completion of Phase 1 by 31st March 2015
The e-learning resource is structured into 3
1. Recognition and Management of the
Deteriorating Adult.
2. Care of Older People in Acute Hospital
3. Evidence Based Acute Medical and Surgical
Nursing Care.
Aim- Phase 1
To develop and pilot an on-line learning and
assurance tool to support nurses to develop
and maintain up to date knowledge on
contemporary nursing best practice in
fundamental, safe and compassionate care.
The modules and the subjects within them are
based on views of Senior Nurses within the Trust
and across other Trusts in Greater Manchester
obtained using survey monkey questionnaires;
patient feedback data, Nursing Metrics Data and
National policy and directives.
The academic lead is working with Subject Matter
Experts, V-Care Education Team, E-Learning and
Library Team to ensure the learning resources
are evidence based and easy to use.
Each module begins with a pre-test – MCQs
testing each of the learning outcomes.
If the participant answers all MCQ questions
correctly there will be no requirement for
them to access the learning resources and
they will be issued with a completion
Those that do not pass all questions within
the pre-test will be directed to tutorials
linked to the subject they have answered
incorrectly. Participants will then be required
to re-take a post tutorial test only for
subjects or parts of subjects they answered
The process will enable participants to have
3 attempts at the post tutorial questions.
If a participant does not pass the post tutorial
tests after 3 attempts their line manager and
Learning & Organisational Development Team
will be notified to work with the individual to
develop a learning plan with re-testing.
We will have a more accurate picture
following the pilot which will have a built in
evaluation questionnaire, but we anticipate
2-10 hours per nurse annually.
We aim to minimise duplication of effort, so
requirements for knowledge based
mandatory training will be included in
relevant learning resources.
A questionnaire was distributed via survey
monkey to Senior Nurses within PAHT and
across Greater Manchester to confirm the
subjects to be included with the programme.
(49 responses) High level of agreement
A sampling matrix has been developed to
identify the sample needed for the Pilot AND
Senior Nurses have helped us identify
potential participants for the pilot.
A proposed structure for the resource has
been developed.
The academic lead, E-learning and Library Team
have worked with SMEs relevant to both Trusts to
develop the learning outcomes, resources and
An evaluation strategy for the pilot is being
Your local IT team will be scoping the availability
and readiness of PCs in the clinical areas to
ensure easy access to V-Care.
John and the E-Learning Team at PAHT are
working with Synergy to install and develop the
Totara platform.
Identified SMEs
Agree aims for all 3 modules
Most of the learning outcomes have been
written and agreed (except discharge
We are developing questions for each
Learning Outcome - 4 per outcome
We are collating learning resources and
reviewing them for quality and ease of use
Identified and scoped the pilot areas
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