Mentorship update session 2012 Mentorship updates Attendance at an ODP-specific HEI update is an essential element of the cycle of mentor development, because it ensures that the mentor remains current with student-related policies and assessment processes. The update is also an opportunity for the mentor to clarify any issues and develop a link with the HEI. CODP recognises that this may take a variety of forms; for example, • formal updates, • informal updates (which may occur in the working environment) or online updates. (CODP, 2009) The Programme • Brand new three year programme starting in September 2012 • One of the first ODP programmes in the UK to be delivered at degree level • The only one in Scotland • 40:60 split between theory and practice Entry Criteria • Academic qualifications – 3 Highers at C – English and Maths (at least at standard grade 3) • HNC • 1st degree • Other requirements – Selection interview – Satisfactory reference – Enhanced disclosure check – Satisfactory Occupational Health screening Weeks 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Fi rs t ye a r 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 H H 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U P P P P U U U p p p p p p p p p p A P P P P P P P A Intro to perioperative environment (40 Credits) P P P P A H H H Placement 1 U P P P P Pl a ce me nt 4 U P P P P P P P Principles of S & A practice A H H H Pri nci pl e s of pos t a na e s ca re (30 cre di ts ) U U U U U P P P P P U U U U P P P A A H H H U P P P Pl a ce me nt 10 (60 cre di ts ) A A H H P P Pl a ce me nt 2 a na e s the ti cs (40 cre di ts ) P A P P P P P H P Pl a ce me nt 3 P P P P P P U P P P Pl a ce me nt 7 P P P P P P A Re cove ry a nd cri ti ca l ca re (cre di ts 40) A H Pl a ce me nt 8 H Fi ni s h he re Pl a ce me nt 11 5 s tudy da ys Placement 1 Placement 2 Placement 3 Placement 4 Placement 5 Placement 6 Placement 7 Placement 8 Placement 9 Placement 10 Placement 11 P Compl e x (40 cre di tsPl) a ce me nt 6 Inve s ti ga ti ng Effe cti ve Pra cti ce (20 cre di ts ) onl i ne Enha nci ng S & A Pra cti cePl a ce me nt 9 P Re s e a rch i n He a l th a nd Soci a l Ca re Pra cti ce (20 cre di ts ) onl i ne De ve l opi ng Prof Pra cti ce (30 cre d)Pl a ce me nt 5 Thi rd ye a r U Intro to Psychology & Sociology for H & S Care Practitioners (20 credits) Foundations of Practice in Health & Social Care (20 credits) Se cond ye a r U 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 5 s tudy da ys 2 weeks anaesthetic practice and 2 weeks circulating practice 6 weeks anaesthetic practice 2 weeks anaesthetic practice and 8 weeks surgical practice 4 weeks recovery practice 3 weeks anaesthetics and 4 weeks surgical practice 8 weeks anaesthetic and surgical practice in Paediatrics, obstetrics or emergency surgery 7 weeks anaesthetic and surgical practice in Paediatrics, obstetrics or emergency surgery 7 weeks anaesthetic and surgical practice in Paediatrics, obstetrics or emergency surgery 8 weeks advanced skills 5 weeks recovery/critical care 7 weeks anaesthetic and surgical practice interprofessional learning module module containing practice placement clinical placement Year One Modules • Foundations for Practice in Health and Social Care – 20 credits • Introduction to the Perioperative Environment • Introductory Psychology and Sociology for Health & Social Care Practitioners • Principles of Surgical and Anaesthetic Practice Year Two Modules • Principles of Post Anaesthetic Care • Developing Professional Practice • Research in Health and Social Care Practice • Care of the Patient with Complex or Specialised Needs Year Three Modules • Investigating Effective Practice • Enhancing Surgical and Anaesthetic Practice • Managing Post Anaesthetic and Critical Care Assessment strategies • The challenges and the complexities of assessment increase with each level of the Programme and in clinical practice these can range from single skill/technique development in level one to complex evaluation, analysis, decision making in complex clinical cases in level three. The summative assessment methods used • class tests (online and written) • written assignments • objective structured clinical examination (OSCE) • group and poster presentations • clinical assessment • reflective portfolio (enhanced skills) The formative assessment • class test • tripartite assessment. Interprofessional learning • In each academic year some modules will be taken with other students from the School of Health and Life Sciences • This will allow you to: – be part of the wider student body – become accustomed to collaborating with the other professional groups that you be working with when you qualify Standards, recommendations and guidance for mentors and practice placements • • • • • Placement audit Mentor register Mentor prep Biennial update Mentor 2 ODP students within 2 years References • • • College of Operating Department Practitioners, 2009, Standards, recommendations and guidance for mentors and practice placements. Learners in Practice. London.CODP. Health Professions Council, 2009, Standards of education and training, London, HPC. Health Profession Council, 2008, Standards of proficiency, London, HPC Any questions?