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Map staff skills annually

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Ward management map staff skills at least annually, through supervision, appraisal, the use of core competency frameworks.  From: england.nhs.uk

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Supervision allows staff to keep their work focused and to maintain good practice.

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Ability of staff to know the limits of their competence and when to make use of support and supervision will be essential. (UCL CAMHS Competence model)

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The following reflective activities are used when there’s a difficulty with transference: post shift debriefs, personal reflections, team meetings, frequent supervision, reflective practice groups, one-to-ones with another staff member.

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A central part of assessment includes considering any risk to the young person or to others. Risk assessment is a challenging task. Staff need to know the limits of their competence and when to use support and supervision.

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The service provides relevant Continuing Professional Development (CPD), appropriate supervision and regular appraisal to staff, and has a clear workforce plan that takes account of the changing needs of the local area. From http://www.england.nhs.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/mod-camhs-tier-2-3-spec.pdf

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Keeping work on track

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Supervision allows practitioners to keep their work on track and to maintain good practice. Being an effective supervisee is an active process, requiring a capacity to be reflective and open to criticism, willing to learn and willing to consider (and remedy) any gaps in competence which supervision reveals.

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Ospportunities for staff to come together

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There are regular scheduled opportunities for staff to come together for team service away days to build team relationships, facilitate learning and service development.

 

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The ability to use supervision

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The ability to use supervision is a generic skill pertinent to all practitioners at all levels of seniority, reflecting the fact that clinical work is demanding and usually requires complex decision making.

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Supervision choices

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A supervision structure that allows staff to ‘opt in’ and select the member of staff they wish to supervise them, or alternatively to have group supervision if they do not wish to meet on a one-to-one basis, the uptake of supervision has been significantly improved.

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