North Northumberland Practice Professional Development Plan 2004-7

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North Northumberland Locality and TACT PMS Practice

    Professional Development Plan (PPDP) 2004-7

     Practice name:

This PPDP is designed to be a living document based on the needs initially defined by the practice at November 2004

    ? In educational terms

    ? In organisational/planning terms

The resulting development plan will be revisited annually and may change according to the changing needs of the practice and the population it serves.

    The key feature of the PPDP is the practice vision a statement of how the practice needs to develop to provide primary care services to the population it serves.

The PPDP will help TACT and the Northumberland Care Trust define the resources it will need to provide to assist the practice with implementing its

    practice vision. It will also clarify the educational needs of the practice and map out how it plans to achieve them.

The PPDP will be developed from:

    ? Individual educational needs as defined by appraisal of individuals in the Primary Health Care Team

    ? Development needs of the practice

    ? Service needs defined by higher organisations (eg TACT, the Trust, the DOH)

The PPDP will result in:

    ? The practice vision - a clear vision of the strategic plan for the practice for the next 3 years

    ? A list of the resources it requires from TACT or the Northumberland Care Trust to implement this plan

    ? A list of educational needs for the practice team which it cannot provide for itself in-house, which would be better met by the locality or more

    widely, or personal educational needs which cannot be addressed by the primary health care team member him/herself.

     Practice details

    Practice name: Practice demographic details Practice Practice list size: address:

     Age profile: 0-4 Practice tel: 5-65 Practice email: 66-74


     Percentage of dispensing patients: Workforce No of WTE (whole time equivalent) doctors: Number of patients in care homes: (including salaried, retainer, FCS) No of WTE nurses: Socio-economic group: (employed by practice, including nurse practitioners) Areas of deprivation: No of WTE district nursing staff: (not employed by practice) No of WTE health visitor staff: (not employed by practice)

    No of WTE admin staff:

    (employed by practice, including

    receptionists) Any special demographic issues relating to the practice: Other practice staff WTE: (please give details)

The Primary Health Care Team

Specialties will be collated to develop a resource database for all TACT practices.

    Surname Forename Position Specialties Hours per week GMC number NMC number and

    renewal date

What are the relevant practice developments, changes or concerns in the last 3 years which have influenced the

practice vision?

Where are you coming from?

    Think about how you have defined the practice educational and planning needs, For example: significant events, audit, log diaries, QOF visit, practice member questionnaires, patient questionnaires, the obvious” [ personal, “whole practice”, PCG and national priorities].

What audits have you undertaken in the last 2 years?

This information from this table will be collated into a database so that TACT practices can share methodology.

Audit Date Outcome

     Practice vision The vision is a broad-brush, overarching approach of practice development based on personal, practice, locality and global needs. So where is the practice heading over the next 3 years? What are the teams’ top priorities in educational, planning and developmental terms?

    All practices are expected to address the QOF framework (eg diabetes, IHD) so these issues do not need to be listed unless exceptional.

    What? When? How? Who is the lead? Priority





    Name Designation Training Need - Give What does it fit in with? Funded Cost Comments

     details of specific NSF, TACT Targets, by

     course PPDP Practice

    required/identified (Y/N)

Please return this PPDP form within 2 months of the practice QOF visit


Dr Ian McElhinney

    Clinical Governance Lead

    Preferably by email

What happens next?

    The information from all the PPDP’s in the locality will be collated, and the locality and the Trust, together with TACT, the GP Tutor, the Clinical Governance Lead, the RCGP North of England Faculty and other organisations will explore how to fulfil these needs. Database of practice audits and a

    individual specialty database will be made available.




    ? TACT office

    ? Locality office

    ? RCGP faculty

    ? GP Tutor

    ? Clinical governance lead

    ? Nursing resources

    ? Admin resources

Some notes which may help you develop the process


    ? Where have we come from?

    ? Where are we now?

    ? Where are we going?

    ? How do we get there?

    What is the PPDP for?

    ? To declare the practice vision where is the

    practice heading

    ? To define the subsequent needs

    ? Educational needs (individuals and practice)

    ? Planning needs (TACT, locality and Care Trust)

How do you develop your PPDP?

    ? How did you assess the practice educational needs?

    ? What needs did you identify?

    ? What activities do you plan to address those needs?

    ? What personal development plan issues are

    contained within the PPDP?

    How are you going to use your PHCT as a

    learning organisation?

    ? Cultural change ? Issues are understood and valued, thinking nurtured, aspiration

    allowed ? Lifelong learning

    ? Continual transformation (change) ? Learning to learn together

    ? Shared beliefs, attitudes, values, norms of behaviour

    What do you need to develop the process? Hallmarks of a good PPDP

     ? Review of last PPDP ? Mentorship ? Learning together ? Assessment of educational needs ? From patients ? Appraisal ? From each other ? Feedback ? External ? Training ? Experiential ? Team involvement ? Responsive to patient needs ? Significant event analysis ? Planning ? IT ? Identifies training needs ? Chronic disease review ? Quality assurance built in ? Successes ? Planned - standards set ? Challenges ? Internal ? Review ? External ? Performance against standards ? Are there any special characteristics of the practice that hinder ? Requires action or help the PPDP process? ? Change monitoring (audit) ? How do you make this process include the needs of the ? Practice centred individuals in the PHCT? ? Playing to practice strengths ? What would the practice like to change? ? Democratic and inclusive (involving the whole team) ? What have you learned as a practice from the PPDP process? ? Protected time ? What next? ? Continual transformation (change) ? Risk taking

    ? Includes organisational and educational needs

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