Practitioner Training: Developing and Implementing a Methodology for Clinical Practice: Improving Patient and Practitioner Outcomes
I finished my qualifications, in preparation to practice, not knowing where to start. I thought I knew how to generate information, conduct a consultation, meet best practice expectations, I was wrong. Over several years I have developed a clinical methodology, based on a model of Clinical Practice Improvement with the intention to maximise patient outcomes and minimise job-related stressors. I would like to share this with you.
The era of evidence based practice (EBP) has encouraged clinicians to introduce strategies that will:
- Support Patient Outcomes
- Minimise Practitioner Consultation
- Reduce Ongoing Out-of-pocket expense for the consumer
My model of practice is based on a prospective approach. A prospective approach relies on observation to generate knowledge and develop strategies for improved patient outcome. At first, this approach may sound simplified. However, the approach itself requires a complex framework that ensures:
- Accurate Descriptors of Individual Characteristics of the Patient
- Detailed Methods for Measuring the Interventions you use
- Clear Explanations on Intervention for your Patient
The purpose of this approach is to consider how you naturally undertake care, in real-time, in your clinic.
Session 1: Introduction to EBP and Practice Based Methodology
The first session will provide education and training on what is evidence-based practice (EBP), and how EBP it can be applied in your clinic. Practitioners will receive a comprehesive report on how this approach to practice will serve your individual specialisation.
Session 2: Applying EBP in Clinical Practice
During session 2, we will develop specific clinical guidelines for your individual specialisation. These guidelines will form the foundation of the interventions you use in your practice.
Session 3: Practice-Based Methodology (Digital Recording)
Session 3 consists of clinical observation (Digital Recording). Observation, monitoring and evaluation of how you apply evidence in your consultation will be discussed. Assessment will focus on implementation of EBP principles.
Session 4: Practice-Based Methodology (Real-Time)
Session 4 consists of clinical observation. During this session we look to address considerations which presented during session 3 and aim to refine the process of using a practice-based methodology with patients.
Session 5: Clinical Assessment and Review
Session 5 represents the final session. This session consists of clinical assessment and review. The practitioner undertakes clinical assessment and review of another practitioner implementing a practice-based methodology in real-time. The benefit in undertaking this session is to appreciate your own clinical experience, and develop a critique for actioning a review during your own consultations.
Introduction to EBP and Practice Based Methodology: 330.00
For practitioners who intend to develop a knowledge and foundation in practice-based evidence.
Investment contributes towards Continuing Professional Education (CPE). This session contributes towards 2 CPE points.
Session is one to one, in order to develop a sound knowledge and foundation in practice-based evidence. Sessions run for a maximum of 2 hours.
Complete Series: 1150.00
For practitioners who intend to incorporate and apply knowledge, skills and guidelines for practice-based evidence into their own clinic.
Investment contributes towards Continuing Professional Education (CPE). Training will be formally recognised on completion of series. Including homework tasks, this series contributes towards a total of 15 CPE points.
All sessions are one to one, in order for you to develop a deep understanding and successful application of practice-based methodology. Sessions run for a maximum of 2 hours.
How to Sign up:
To sign up and for all enquiries, contact Mark Hinchey: