Rural Clinical Team Leadership Program
THE NSW HEALTH LEADERSHIP FRAMEWORK
- Achieving outcomes
- Developing and leading self
- Engaging people and building relationships
- Partnering and collaborating across boundaries
- Transforming the system.
- The construct of 'practice development'
- Strategic and operational planning, position accountabilities, and the leadership process
- Frameworks for coaching, action learning, mentoring and clinical supervision
- Maximising the benefits associated with developing and managing people, delivering patient centred care and incorporating evidence based practice, quality improvement, clinical risk and incident management
|Graduation 23 November 2018|
- Be working in a clinically-based team from a rural Local Health District (this includes GP/VMO), Justice Health and Forensic Mental Health Network and NSW Ambulance
- Able to nominate their partner on the application form
- Demonstrated commitment to undertaking self-directed learning focused on clinical outcomes for patient care and quality service
- Demonstrated commitment and examples of system improvement and improving safety in healthcare undertaken
- Skilled in verbal and written communication and in managing the implementation of clinical practice change
- Propose a joint Clinical Process Improvement Project that you may undertake with your partner to benefit patients, staff and others. (Maximum 200 words. This last criterion is not binding and you may change your project once you enter the program).
- Attend at least 80% of the module workshops
- Participate in active learning sets
- Complete a 360-degree profile and receive feedback
- Undertake or be working towards completion of a work-based clinical improvement initiative and present this to a peer or management group
- Provide evidence of completion of portfolio activities
- Participate actively in the program, including individual coaching and engagement in group activities.