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Better Placed strategic framework for clinical placements and undergraduate education and training in SA Health
The aim of the governance and leadership goal is to establish a clinical placement governance structure to provide effective leadership and a state-wide strategic approach to clinical placement management. This will facilitate collaboration between health services and education providers to explore opportunities for greater efficiency and innovation in clinical placement management and coordination across South Australia.
The governance and leadership structure consists of the following groups:
The SA Health Clinical Placement Executive Group provides high-level strategic leadership and policy direction to enhance clinical training and reports directly to the Deputy Chief Executive, System Performance and Service Delivery.
The Clinical Placement LHN Group informs the SA Health Clinical Placement Executive Group on issues, gaps, and opportunities in clinical placement and capacity and provides recommendations for action as appropriate. This group will also develop and establish the business rules around clinical placements at SA Health sites.
The objective of the group is to provide a forum for those involved in the daily operations of clinical placement processes and in 2016 planning processes to achieve a shared, transparent, consistent and professional participation in administering clinical placements in South Australia managed by SA Health. Currently the focus is on Nursing and Midwifery placements with other health professions to follow.
The SA Health Clinical Placement Clinical Placement Administrative Processes Group Allied Health (CPAP AH Group) provides a forum for those involved in the daily operations of allied health clinical placement and planning processes to achieve a shared, transparent, consistent and professional approach to administering clinical placements in South Australia.
The South Australian Clinical Training Council (SA CTC) has representation from:
The SA Clinical Training Council (SA CTC) will provide state-wide strategic leadership and advice on clinical training across health professionals. The SA CTC will promote and support an efficient and effective clinical training system with a primary focus on ensuring the capacity for quality clinical training meets the supply needs of the health workforce.