Delamere Ward, Woodlands Hospital - GMWP 37
|Placement Title||Delamere Ward, Woodlands Hospital - GMWP 37|
|Your Placement Contact||Alexandra Davidson, Sindhu Unni - Send Email|
|Placement Contact's Role||
Ward Manager - PEF
|Placement Address||Woodlands Hospital, Peel Lane, Little Hulton, M28 0FE|
|Placement City/Town:||Little Hulton|
|Placement Phone||0161 703 1063|
|Your University Contact:||Elizabeth Collier - Send Email|
About this placement
What is organised for students on commencement of placement?
All students will be allocated a mentor/associate mentor prior to their commencement in practice. The student will receive a welcome pack and will receive a full orientation and induction during the first 48 hours.
Students are welcome to have a pre-visit to the service and partake in their induction prior to commencement in practice and time will be given in lieu (optional).
Please contact the placement no sooner than 2 weeks prior to commencement to arrange your shift pattern.
What are the arrangements for mentors/assessors?
All student are allocated a mentor or associate mentor to support them in practice. We can also accommodate third year final students with the support of a sign off mentor
All mentor/associates and sign off mentors are updated on an annual basis as required by the NMC (2008) and are registered on the Live Register for mentors held by the Practice Education Facilitators
In the event of your allocated mentor being unavailable for annual leave or sickness alternative arrangements will be made to support your practice
All qualified staff have the opportunity to study the preparation for mentorship module credited or not credited
Sometimes you may be mentored by a trainee mentor, this will be overseen by a qualified mentor in practice
What shift patterns are students allocated for learning?
07.30am - 15.30pm
13.00pm - 21.00pm
19.30pm - 07.45am
07.30am - 19.45pm
30 minute break on short shifts, 1 hour break on long day and night shift
Students are expected to work a variety of shifts to experience the 24-hour cycle of care
What patient care situations are available in this placement?
Delamere is a 15 bedded mental health assessment ward for older adults with both organic and functional illnesses, however out patients predominantly have organic illnesses.
What nursing model is used for planning care?
CPA, MANCAS, Recovery Star.
What core clinical skills can be learnt?
End of life care
What additional clinical skills can be learnt?
Exposure to CBT
Communication skills (verbal and non-verbal)
Management of challenging behaviour
What resources are available to help students learning?
*The students have access to internet and intranet
*Library access at the Prestwich site
*All members of the team are an excellent resource to support you in your learning e-learning programmes
*Study days/in-house training
What research and practice development activities are being undertaken?
Students can access a variety of spoke placements which are highlighted in the student welcome pack and in a spoke folder in placement ECT, CMHT (organic services), Poppy Day Centre, Moss Ward (dementia services), physical health care team, physiotherapy, occupational therapy.
Students are expected to complete a spoke placement feedback sheet to identify what learning outcomes they want to achieve, what they learnt from the spoke experience and a discussion with their mentor of their experience and what further development opportunities would support their learning.
If you are pregnant, please contact the University Placements Unit as soon as possible as you will not be accepted for a placement in this area.
Student Welcome Pack available
Students are required to wear their Uniform and wear their ID badges at all times. Anybody in inappropriate dress will be sent home immediately on arrival to change.
Philosophy of Care
It is our intention that the service we give provides a level of care that promotes the residents' quality of life.
We aim to be positive and respectful in caring for our residents and identify their needs and abilities as being individual and unique.
We strive to promote the residents' quality of life so that it is comfortable and meaningful.
Personal experience and wellbeing are important issues to be aware of when seeing the residents as individuals. We subscribe to the principle of "normalisation" to ensure individuality, personal choice, respect for rights and values, and involvement in the care.
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