Nursing Advancement Mapping your Career with the Nursing Career Framework

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Nursing Advancement

Mapping your Career with the Nursing Career Framework

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Nursing Advancement

Mapping your Career with the Nursing Career Ladder

The Foundation for Change

The Nursing Career Framework

The Nursing Career Ladder

The Frameworks: An Overview Conclusion & Questions

Nursing Advancement

Mapping your Career with the Nursing Career Ladder

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Nursing Advancement

Mapping your Career with the Nursing Career Ladder

The Foundation for Change

The Nursing Career Framework

The Nursing Career Ladder

The Frameworks: An Overview Conclusion & Questions

Nursing Advancement

Mapping your Career with the Nursing Career Ladder

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Nursing Advancement

Mapping your Career with the Nursing Career Ladder

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The Right Staff

The Workforce Required to Deliver the Service

The Right Staff

The Workforce Required to Deliver the Service

Nursing Advancement

Mapping your Career with the Nursing Career Ladder

Review HMC’s nursing administration to ensure

current structure meets present and future requirements of nursing service and development of

Qatari nurse leaders.

Review HMC’s nursing administration to ensure

current structure meets present and future requirements of nursing service and development of

Qatari nurse leaders.

Prioritize efforts to ensure the objectives of HMC’s nursing

service align with both national and HMC clinical

objective.

Prioritize efforts to ensure the objectives of HMC’s nursing

service align with both national and HMC clinical

objective.

Promote and encourage excellence in patient care and the development of an

Academic Health System incorporating nursing

research.

Promote and encourage excellence in patient care and the development of an

Academic Health System incorporating nursing

research.

Provide access to higher education and a range of in-

service education programs to ensure knowledge and skills translate into practice.

Provide access to higher education and a range of in-

service education programs to ensure knowledge and skills translate into practice.

Agree on categories, skills and numbers of staff required

and on the appropriate career ladders and

remuneration.

Agree on categories, skills and numbers of staff required

and on the appropriate career ladders and

remuneration.

Educated to the Right Standards

The Education Required to Deliver Excellent Practice

Educated to the Right Standards

The Education Required to Deliver Excellent Practice

Giving the Best Care

The Quality and Safety of Clinical Practice

Giving the Best Care

The Quality and Safety of Clinical Practice

As part of the Academic Health System

The Research Portfolio Required to Support and Develop Nursing

Academic Standards

As part of the Academic Health System

The Research Portfolio Required to Support and Develop Nursing

Academic Standards

In the Right Structure

The Governance, Leadership and Management of Nursing

Services

In the Right Structure

The Governance, Leadership and Management of Nursing

Services

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Nursing Advancement

Mapping your Career with the Nursing Career Ladder

The Foundation for Change

The Nursing Career Framework

The Nursing Career Ladder

The Frameworks: An Overview Conclusion & Questions

Nursing Advancement

Mapping your Career with the Nursing Career Ladder

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Nursing Advancement

Mapping your Career with the Nursing Career Ladder

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Nursing Advancement

Mapping your Career with the Nursing Career Ladder

The Foundation for Change

The Nursing Career Framework The Nursing Career Ladder The Frameworks: An Overview Conclusion & Questions

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Nursing Advancement

Mapping your Career with the Nursing Career Ladder

The Foundation for Change

The Nursing Career Framework

The Nursing Career Ladder

The Frameworks: An Overview Conclusion & Questions

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Four themes are threaded through the CoL as well as the ‘Behavioural Competency  Model’

The Core Behaviors Framework Behaviors for all Employees of HMC

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Core Behaviors Framework Patient First

Provides Quality Care or a Quality Service

I will encourage peers/team members to generate new

ideas to improve service.

(Level 2)

I will encourage peers and team members to find innovative ways of delivering

and developing services.

(Level 3)

I will contribute to

discussions about improving service.

(Level 1) Head Nurse

Head Nurse Director of NursingDirector of Nursing

Staff Nurse Staff Nurse

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Core Behaviors Framework Takes Responsibility

Drives for Results and Takes Responsibility for Delivering on Commitments

I will mentor myself and my team against objectives and standards of behavior.

I will take action to address issues that get in the way of achieving the team

objectives and standards of behavior.

I am going to work hard to achieve my objectives.

Head Nurse

Head Nurse Director of NursingDirector of Nursing

Staff Nurse Staff Nurse

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Values Underpinning the Code of Professional

Conduct

Values Underpinning the Code of Professional

Conduct

Nurses and people:

1)Respect dignity and individuality.

2)Respect cultural needs and values.

3)Work in partnership to promote and protect wellbeing .

Nurses and practice:

4)Maintain trust by providing safe and competent care.

5)Respect privacy and confidentiality.

6)Act with integrity to justify trust.

Nurses and the profession:

7)Maintain public trust and confidence in the nursing profession.

Nurses and co-workers:

8)Work respectfully with colleagues to best meet needs.

Nurses and people:

1)Respect dignity and individuality.

2)Respect cultural needs and values.

3)Work in partnership to promote and protect wellbeing .

Nurses and practice:

4)Maintain trust by providing safe and competent care.

5)Respect privacy and confidentiality.

6)Act with integrity to justify trust.

Nurses and the profession:

7)Maintain public trust and confidence in the nursing profession.

Nurses and co-workers:

8)Work respectfully with colleagues to best meet needs.

Elements of the Code of Professional Conduct for Nurses

Elements of the Code of Professional Conduct for Nurses

Behaviors & Ethics for Nursing

The Code of Professional Conduct for Nurses

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Behaviors & Ethics for Nursing

The Code of Professional Conduct for Nurses Nurses and People

•Make the care of people your first

concern, treating them as individuals, with respect their dignity.

•You must do no harm.

•It is essential that consent is taken prior to any procedure; it is a patient’s right to

refuse.

•Collaborate with those in your care.

•Respect confidentiality.

•Treat patients, families, employees and others with respect, dignity and fairness.

•You have a responsibility to promote trust through your professional conduct and personal behavior. Act with honesty, compassion and integrity.

Nurses and People

•Make the care of people your first

concern, treating them as individuals, with respect their dignity.

•You must do no harm.

•It is essential that consent is taken prior to any procedure; it is a patient’s right to

refuse.

•Collaborate with those in your care.

•Respect confidentiality.

•Treat patients, families, employees and others with respect, dignity and fairness.

•You have a responsibility to promote trust through your professional conduct and personal behavior. Act with honesty, compassion and integrity.

Nurses and Practice

•You are personally accountable for your actions - and omissions in your practice.

You must be able to justify decisions.

•You must be able to recognize and work within the limits of your competency in order to practice safely with autonomy.

•You have a responsibility to conduct yourself within the standards, laws and regulations of the profession. Practice reflectively, ethically and safely; follow

international laws and the laws of the State of Qatar and policies of HMC.

•You must keep clear and accurate records of the discussions you have, the

assessments you make, the treatment and medicines you give.

•You must take responsibility to deal with problems.

Nurses and Practice

•You are personally accountable for your actions - and omissions in your practice.

You must be able to justify decisions.

•You must be able to recognize and work within the limits of your competency in order to practice safely with autonomy.

•You have a responsibility to conduct yourself within the standards, laws and regulations of the profession. Practice reflectively, ethically and safely; follow

international laws and the laws of the State of Qatar and policies of HMC.

•You must keep clear and accurate records of the discussions you have, the

assessments you make, the treatment and medicines you give.

•You must take responsibility to deal with problems.

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Behaviors & Ethics for Nursing

The Code of Professional Conduct for Nurses Nurses and Profession

•Help determine and implement clinical nursing practice, management, research and education standards.

•Create a positive practice environment and maintain safe, equitable social and economic working conditions.

•Protect the natural environment and be aware of its consequences on health.

•Provide a high standard of practice and care at all times.

•Be accountable for your professional development; maintain safe and effective practice.

•Have the knowledge and skills for safe and effective practice.

•Recognize and work within the limits of your competence.

Nurses and Profession

•Help determine and implement clinical nursing practice, management, research and education standards.

•Create a positive practice environment and maintain safe, equitable social and economic working conditions.

•Protect the natural environment and be aware of its consequences on health.

•Provide a high standard of practice and care at all times.

•Be accountable for your professional development; maintain safe and effective practice.

•Have the knowledge and skills for safe and effective practice.

•Recognize and work within the limits of your competence.

Nurses and Co-Workers

•Work with others to protect and promote the health and wellbeing of those in your care, their families and the wider

community.

•Delegate effectively.

•Provide compassionate, high quality, cost effective and comprehensive nursing care in collaboration with other members of the healthcare team; treat your colleagues fairly, and without discrimination, in delivering care that is directed towards health promotion, health maintenance and disease prevention.

•Manage risk.

Nurses and Co-Workers

•Work with others to protect and promote the health and wellbeing of those in your care, their families and the wider

community.

•Delegate effectively.

•Provide compassionate, high quality, cost effective and comprehensive nursing care in collaboration with other members of the healthcare team; treat your colleagues fairly, and without discrimination, in delivering care that is directed towards health promotion, health maintenance and disease prevention.

•Manage risk.

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Novice to Expert

Applying Benners Framework to the Domains

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Role Competency Framework

Domain: Leadership and Professionalism Nursing Competency Area: Leadership

Skill: Implements change to improve patient care.

Competent

I am confident with change management and PI process.

I’ve provided a thorough plan, with outcomes and risks, to my

DoN for review. I’m anxious to see the outcomes improve and

impact patient care.

Proficient

I’ve reviewed the PI plan and recognized other facilities are

going to be impacted. Having done this work previously I know

where the risks lay and will mitigate. We’ll have to reprioritize

the plan to ensure its success.

Advanced Beginner

I am beginning to understand the improvement process better. I know what the outcomes need to

be and my Head Nurse is mentoring me through the

process.

Head Nurse

Head Nurse Director of NursingDirector of Nursing

Staff Nurse Staff Nurse

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Skill Competency Framework

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Starting Point in the Organization

The expectation is that Nurse across all levels and roles attain the ‘Competent Level’ in the career path by 12 months

Progression Along the Career Path

3 Months Completion of Orientation

12 Month Annual Performance Appraisal

13 Months and Beyond

Ongoing Professional Development

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Nursing Advancement

Mapping your Career with the Nursing Career Ladder

The Foundation for Change

The Nursing Career Framework

The Nursing Career Ladder

The Frameworks: An Overview Conclusion & Questions

Nursing Advancement

Mapping your Career with the Nursing Career Ladder

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The Nursing Career Framework The Impact on Nursing

Pulling it all together

Next steps

What haven’t we discussed?

How does this impact me?

How does this impact me?

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