PCVBHC Training Programme Objectives

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To include: PCVBHC Training Programme Learning Objectives
  • Introduce the concept of PCVBHC and how it can be applied in practice.
  • Introduce the key principles and approaches that underpin PCVBHC.
  • Develop the key skills that enable the implementation of PCVBHC.
  • Create a community of PCVBHC implementers over time.
To include: PCVBHC Training Programme Implementation Objectives By participating in this training programme it will give you the knowledge to help ensure that:
  • We truly focus on what matters to the individual.
  • Our measurement systems reflect what matters to our individual patients.
  • Our pathways and services are better orientated towards the values, goals and preferences of individuals.
  • We empower professionals to do what they are trained to do – that is to work with patients to co-produce care that meets the values, goals and preferences of individual people.
  • Our health care systems are sustainable, as co-creating care with patients often results in less care and not more.

PCVBHC Training Programme Curriculum and Structure– Month 1

 Week 1Week 2Week 3Week 4
TopicIntroduction to Person-Centred Value Based Health Care (PCVBHC).1. Health literacy. 2. Goal and preference setting.Case study discussion and/or guest speaker: Goal setting and outcomes measurement.PCVBHC implementation plan tasks.
FormatPre-recorded video and pre-reading material.By participating in this training programme it will give you the knowledge to help ensure that: Pre-reading and group discussion (1). Self-/group-guided work – part (1).
DeliveryVideos available in Sprink PCVBHC Training platform. Videos available in Sprink PCVBHC Training platform. 60 mins. session delivered by Zoom.60 mins. session delivered by Zoom.
Objectives lecture (1)Introduction to Value-Based Health Care (VBHC), Person-Centre Health Care (PeCHC), o population equity and Person-Centred Value Based Health Care (PCVBHC).
  • Understand the concept, framework and tools available to support health literacy.
  • Analyse the case using relevant theoretical concepts from the course modules.
  • Apply theoretical knowledge and use it to raise questions and stimulate participants to share opinions and answers.
  • Create part 1 of a PCVBHC implementation plan for each participant’s organisations.
  • Plan tasks
    • Mission.
    • SMART objectives.
    • Intended outcomes.
    • Success criteria.
  • Appraise and provide feedback to colleague’s implementation plan proposals.
Objectives lecture (2)
  • Understand the principle and specific approaches of goal and preference setting.
  • Analyse the link between goal setting, preference setting and shared decision making.

PCVBHC Training Programme Curriculum and Structure– Month 2

 Week 5Week 6Week 7Week 8
Topic
  1. Shared Decision Making (SDM)
  2. Bringing PCVBHC components. together to support decision making.
  1. Person-centred pathway design.
  2. Quality improvement tools to support PCVBHC.
Case study discussion and/or guest speaker: SDM. PCVBHC implementation plan tasks.
FormatPre-recorded video and pre-reading material. Pre-recorded video and pre-reading material. Pre-reading and group discussion (2). Self-/group-guided work – part (2).
DeliveryVideos available in Sprink PCVBHC Training platform. Videos available in Sprink PCVBHC Training platform. 60 mins. session delivered by Zoom. 60 mins. session delivered by Zoom.
Objectives lecture (1)Understand the principles and approaches to practicing SDM. Evaluate approaches to support person-centred pathway design, and understand how resources can be allocated in person-centred pathways and micro-level goal and preference setting.
  • Analyse the case using relevant theoretical concepts from the course modules.
  • Apply theoretical knowledge and use it to raise questions and stimulate participants to share opinions and answers.
  • Create part 2 of a PCVBHC implementation plan for each participant’s organisations.
  • Plan tasks
    • Timeframe.
    • Roles and responsibilities.
    • Tasks and resources.
    • Progress monitoring and evaluation.
  • Appraise and provide feedback to colleague’s implementation plan proposals.
Objectives lecture (2)Evaluate approaches to linking together goals, preferences, shared decision making , health literacy and data dashboards to support micro level decision making. Understand how aggregated PCVBHC data can be used to support quality improvement and how to link monitoring and evaluation to impact evaluation.

PCVBHC Training Programme Curriculum and Structure– Month 3

 Week 9Week 10Week 11Week 12
Topic
  1. Using data to support PCVBHC implementation.
  2. Resource allocation in PCVBHC.
  1. Culture change to adopt PCVBHC.
  2. Building PCVBHC partnerships.
Case study discussion and/or guest speaker: Using data to support PCVBHC. PCVBHC implementation plan tasks.
FormatPre-recorded video and pre-reading material. Pre-recorded video and pre-reading material. Pre-reading and group discussion (3). Pre-reading and group discussion (3).
DeliveryVideos available in Sprink PCVBHC Training platform. Videos available in Sprink PCVBHC Training platform. 60 mins. session delivered by Zoom. 60 mins. session delivered by Zoom.
Objectives lecture (1)Understand how aggregated PCVBHC data can be used for system performance comparison and what it means for decision making and equitable resource allocation.Evaluate the culture that needs to exist for systems to be able to embrace PCVBHC.
  • Analyse the case using relevant theoretical concepts from the course modules.
  • Apply theoretical knowledge and use it to raise questions and stimulate participants to share opinions and answers.
  • Present PCVBHC pilot implementation plan.
  • Plan tasks:
    • Finalisation of pilot plan.
  • Appraise and provide feedback to colleague’s implementation plan proposals.
  • Invitation to join the PCVBHC Implementation Programme.
Objectives lecture (2)Evaluate how we can ensure resource allocation is efficient  and utilisation is responsive to the goals and preferences of individuals, while ensuring equity.Understand how we need to evolve our relationship with stakeholders so that medicines and technologies are targeted according to people's goals and preferences.

PCVBHC Training Programme Faculty

Healthy Food Environments are food environments underpinned by the latest evidence, that enable and promote healthy, sustainable and ethical diets, with the food being tasty and affordable, as determined by different socio-cultural and socio-economic groups across populations.

We focus on Healthy Food Environments within our health care systems.

Brings the Advisory Board together two to three times per year. Supports the delivery of the national Launch Events. Works with the Executive Director to develop patient and policy strategic priorities.

Lecture

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Nicola Bedlington
Senior Advisor Patients & Policy Co-Chair, Advisory Board

Nicola is a founding partner of Millwater Partners, a consultancy focusing on sustainability, and is the lead for health, social policy, and multi-stakeholder engagement.

From 2006 to spring 2019, she served as Secretary General of the European Patients’ Forum (EPF), growing the organisation from 23 to 74 member organisations and creating a vibrant secretariat in Brussels. She was instrumental in establishing EPF as the key interlocutor for the EU Institutions, WHO and OECD on cross-cutting policy issues affecting all patients.

Nicola studied business and human resource management in the UK and France. She has lived in the UK, France, Belgium, and Switzerland, and for the last 8 years in Vienna, Austria.

Registration fees

CategoryDefinitionPrice
Supporting Partners and Members Employees of the Supporting Partners and Members of the Global Centre for PCVBHC partners. Up to 15 free passes for the virtual education programme. Once free passes are allocated, fees will be charged accordingly to the other categories.
All healthcare system stakeholders (except those listed below) -£1,500.
Concession.Undergraduate and postgraduate students, charities, NGOs and patient advocacy groups£800.

Registration fees – proof of status

If you are wanting to apply for a concession, please submit one of the following to Andrea Srur (a.srur@sprink.co.uk):

a. Proof of employment at a charity or NGO

b. Proof of student status

c. Proof as patient representatives/advocates.

*Once the proof of status is received, you will be sent a discount code when registering for the PCVBHC Training Programme.

Dates for PCVBHC Training Programme cycle 1

WeekSessionDate
Week 1Pre-recorded lecture.w/c 1st November.
Week 2Pre-recorded lecture.w/c 7th November.
Week 3Case study discussion (1). (PB)15th November 3.00 PM
Week 4Faculty guided work (1). 22nd November 8.00 AM
Week 5Pre-recorded lecture.w/c 28th November.
Week 6Pre-recorded lecture.w/c 5th December.
Week 7Case study discussion (2).(GR)14th December 3.30PM
Week 8Faculty guided work (2). 20th December 8.00 AM
Week 9Pre-recorded lecture.w/c 2nd January.
Week 10Pre-recorded lecture.w/c 9th January.
Week 11Case study discussion (3).(ZW) w/c 16th January.
Week 12Faculty guided work (3). 24th January 8.00 AM