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The Allied Health Education and Training Governance Guidelines – Individual self assessment checklist

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There are 5 elements in this self assessment. This is made up of a series of questions from each of these elements. Examples can be found under the ‘I’ icon.

After rating yourself you will have the opportunity to complete additional questions that will result in an action plan being emailed to you

This colour key provides a quick reference to the action level required based upon your selections.
Good, continue || Good, but can be improved || Needs attention || Needs to be addressed as a priority

1 - Organisational structures element

Question 1
  • Actively review current literature
  • Engage in journal club activities and implementation of clinical practice guidelines
  • Participate in inservices, multidisciplinary teamwork/education sessions
  • Attend grand rounds

Question 2
  • Take responsibility for developing and maintaining positive supervisory relationships.
  • Makes/maintains supervision appointments
  • A supervision contract is in place outlining accountabilities and responsibilities of supervisor/supervisee

Question 3

Complete all your mandatory training on My Health Learning

2 - Leadership element

Question 4
  • Engage in committees, networks, research appropriate to their speciality or role
  • Seek out learning opportunities for multidisciplinary interactions with colleagues and special interest groups
  • Foster relationships with key staff from universities, other higher education providers and NSW Health organisations

Question 5

Issues are escalated that require the attention of management

Question 6

Active membership of education committees within the organisation e.g. quality and safety committee, working groups, professional development or education and training committees.

3 - Resource allocation element

Question 7
  • Provide feedback to colleagues from conferences and workshops
  • Maintain contact with colleagues through communities of practice and special interest groups and openly facilitates sharing of information

4 - Patient driven element

Question 8

You justify professional development requests based on patient/client and service delivery needs

Question 9

You actively identify opportunities for service improvement and drives change through initiatives such as quality improvement activities, review of processes and implementation of clinical guidelines

Question 10
  • You have completed ‘Respecting the Difference’ on My Health Learning
  • You have completed ‘Respecting the Difference’ face-to-face training

5 - Clinician focussed element

Question 11
  • Actively seek out opportunities to engage in education and training of both a formal and informal nature
  • Maintain an accurate record of education and training
  • Seek information about engaging in and facilitating workplace learning
  • Actively engage in seeking out opportunities in the workplace to work with and learn from colleagues
  • Actively participate in departmental/team/service education activities.
  • Implement new learning into practice

Question 12

You reflect on current areas of clinical practice and identifies skill and knowledge gap areas for improvement to incorporate into the learning and development plan

Question 13

You review your position description in preparation for key activities e.g. formulating a learning and development plan and participating in the annual performance appraisal review

Question 14

You comply with standards as required by AHPRA and/or professional association

Question 15

Data is collected and analysed