NHS Continuing Healthcare 2013 Update
NHS Continuing Healthcare (Revised 2013)
This e-learning training course has been revised to reflect the new NHS framework and structures created by the Health and Social Act 2012 effective from 1 April 2013. The associated tools; checklist, decision support tool and fast track pathway tool which are designed to assist clinicians and practitioners with the decision making process have also been revised accordingly.
The original online e-learning training course in NHS Continuing Healthcare, on which this course was built, was developed in association with the Department of Health. Aimed at frontline practitioners new to continuing healthcare, it contains essential information about the National Framework. This e-learning training course can be used in addition to conventional training in NHS Continuing Healthcare and is a useful alternative for those who prefer to work at their own pace and at a time and place of their choosing.
The training course contains a unit on the Decision Support Tool which helps practitioners make eligibility decisions.
You can view a training course demo free of charge by clicking the view demo button below.
Training course comprises:
- About the Course
- Introduction to the National Framework
- NHS Continuing Healthcare – the Basics
- Person-centred Care
- Personal Information and Confidentiality
- Assessing Needs
- Conducting an Assessment
- Writing a Care Plan
- Screening for NHS Continuing Healthcare
- Care Co-ordination
- Decision Support Tool (DST)
Learning Objectives: by the end of the course, students will have covered a wide range of issues concerning eligibility for long-term NHS care, including:
- The main features of the process in the National Framework for NHS Continuing Healthcare
- The responsibilities of the different healthcare authorities
- What happens if someone is not eligible for NHS Continuing Healthcare
- The principles of person-centred care
- The Caldicott Principles, the NHS Confidentiality Code of Practice and the key points of the 1998 Data protection Act
- Conducting an Assessment
- The benefits of the Single Assessment Process and other similar approaches
- The purpose and nature of contact, overview, specialist and comprehensive assessments
- How to provide appropriate information to the individual
- The Care Plan – the reasons for it, what it should contain and how to apply good practice when developing it
- When to screen people for NHS Continuing Healthcare
- Applying the NHS Continuing Healthcare Needs Checklist
- Identifying the steps in the process of care co-ordination
- Following the key tasks in applying the co-ordination process
A ‘Fundamentals’ version of the course is also available.