Aim: Enable our professions to meet our standards so they are able to adapt to changes in health and care practice delivery, preventing harm to service users
In 2021-22 we will further this aim by:
Building our professionalism and prevention approach
In 2020, we established our Professional Liaison service, enabling us to increase our engagements with stakeholders. In 2021-22, we will develop this service further extending our support and engagement for employers and registrants. This will include using the insights and intelligence that we gather to develop content for hubs on the website, e-newsletters and a programme of events.
We will also publish guidance in those challenging areas of practise where they need support to provide the best care they can, for example professionalism, supervision & leadership, reflective practice.
It will also include creating partnerships at a local and strategic level to develop support for identified higher risk professions and working with them to influence cultures and working environments in our registrants’ workplaces.
Finally, we will create materials for education providers and students on professionalism to support and embed learning around our standards and professionalism in our future registrants.
We will achieve:
- A shift in our approach to greater collaboration and support
- Further influence in creating supportive workplace cultures that enable the achievement of high professional standards
- Registrants understand the standards and can achieve them
- Education providers delivering learning that enables students to have a greater
understanding of our standards and regulation