About CF and South Island implementation
The South Island is supporting Northland DHB in implementing the Calderdale Framework within their DHB. In February, Practitioners Hilary Exton & Vicki Prout began the training of a first cohort of 11 Calderdale Framework facilitators for Northland. There are now 12 DHB areas in NZ currently utilising the Calderdale Framework – 5 across the South Island, 6 in Central Region and now joined by Northland.
The UK-based founders of a workforce design framework, which has been steadily transforming the way health care is delivered across the South Island since 2015, recently visited Christchurch to share their expertise.
There are currently 16 Calderdale Framework projects across the five South Island DHBs, with the majority focused on more effective use of the allied health assistant workforce in clinical care through skill delegation.
This poster is about the use of the Calderdale Framework in a trial of skill sharing in the Medical Admissions and Planning Unit at Nelson Hospital. It has been submitted to the Health Innovation Awards (HIA) 2018, Nelson Marlborough Health.
This poster, about rehabilitation in the community using key support workers, has been submitted for the Canterbury District Health Board Quality Improvement & Innovation Awards 2018.
See earlier news below:
This document has been prepared for facilitators as a guide to cultural considerations in relation to implementation of the Calderdale Framework.
Interview with the founders
The UK founders of the Calderdale Framework, Jayne Duffy and Rachael Smith, visited Christchurch in November 2016. In the short videos below they answer five key questions for Anne Buckley, Allied Health Facilitator and Project Manager, South Island Workforce Development Hub.
Part 1: About the Framework (3.43 min)
Part 2: Key factors for success (2.23 min)
Part 3: Lean for the workforce (1.34 min)
Part 4: Business as usual (3.34 min)
Part 5: The role of champions (1.40 min)
To view the South Island Alliance’s Calderdale Framework channel, which contains all five videos, click here: https://vimeo.com/channels/calderdale.
Kartner M, Murtagh D, Bennetts M, et al. Randomised controlled trial of a transprofessinal healthcare role intervention in an acute medical setting. Journal of Interprofessional Care. 2017;31:190-198.
This small RCT looks at skill sharing using Calderdale Framework methodology in the acute medical setting. Key findings reported include:
‘Descriptive outcomes indicated that patients receiving the new model of care underwent more comprehensive and prompt assessments in the health domains included than those in standard care, and demonstrated more positive health and functional outcomes at 1-, 3-, and 6-month follow-up.’
Assessing the implementation process and outcomes of newly introduced assistant roles
Video abstract - Prof. Susan Nancarrow, published December 5, 2012.
A qualitative study to examine the utility of the Calderdale Framework as an appraisal tool.
South Island Regional Clinical Task Instructions
The following Clinical Task Instructions (CTIs) have been published in the last 3 months for regional use in South Island DHBs within Calderdale Framework projects:
ADL-D SINZ Visual Scanning in the Community
If you have any queries about these CTIs or wish to review them please contact:
Anne Buckley Project Lead – Calderdale Framework Implementation, SIWDH
Doing Something Different Together. Future proofing our Allied Health Workforce: a South Island Approach.
Poster presented at APAC Conference in Sydney September 2016.