An evaluation of the impact of the recommendations of the Chief Nursing Officer's (England) Review of Mental Health Nursing in Mental Health Trusts and Universities in England: Findings from stage one, an e-surveyCitation formats

Standard

Harvard

APA

Vancouver

Author

Bibtex

@article{9daa276e223a43d08eca9b6773e58620,
title = "An evaluation of the impact of the recommendations of the Chief Nursing Officer's (England) Review of Mental Health Nursing in Mental Health Trusts and Universities in England: Findings from stage one, an e-survey",
abstract = "Objectives.: To establish a national picture of the implementation of these recommendations in both trusts and higher education institutions. Background.: The Chief Nursing Officer for England Review of Mental Health Nursing made 17 key recommendations to improve mental health nursing. Subsequent publications aimed to help implement these recommendations. Design.: An e-survey. Methods.: The survey was based on the Chief Nursing Officer review recommendations and guidance. Participants: all relevant trusts who deliver mental health services (n = 68) and higher education institutions who deliver pre-registration mental health nursing education (n = 50) in England. Results.: A total of 42 trusts (63·6{\%}) and 40 higher education institutions (80{\%}) completed the survey. The survey indicates that the Chief Nursing Officer review has stimulated some activity in all organisations who responded. Eleven of the recommendations were ranked similarly by trusts and higher education institutions. There were statistically significant differences between trusts and higher education institution priorities in four areas, inpatient care, evidence-based interventions, multidisciplinary team working and recruitment and retention. Conclusions.: The findings of the survey demonstrate that all organisations have made some progress in the implementation of the Chief Nursing Officer recommendations. Trusts and higher education institutions broadly agree on the importance of each of the Chief Nursing Officer recommendations, with the exception of four items. A range of factors was identified by respondents that were perceived as facilitators and barriers to the implementation of the Chief Nursing Officer review. Relevance to clinical practice.: This article contains findings that are highly relevant for current and future clinical practice in mental health. Despite some progress, clear differences between higher education institutions and trusts are apparent. It is important that these differing perspectives are acknowledged and resolved to improve healthcare provision. Both trusts and higher education institutions reported difficulty with engaging service users and carers. A range of factors are identified that act as facilitators and barriers to the implementation of healthcare policy. {\circledC} 2010 Blackwell Publishing Ltd.",
keywords = "Chief Nursing Officer review, Mental health nursing, Policy, Quality of healthcare, Workforce development",
author = "John Baker and John Playle and Pauline Nelson and Karina Lovell",
year = "2010",
doi = "10.1111/j.1365-2702.2009.03105.x",
language = "English",
volume = "19",
pages = "2590--2600",
journal = "Journal of Clinical Nursing",
issn = "0962-1067",
publisher = "John Wiley & Sons Ltd",
number = "17-18",

}

RIS

TY - JOUR

T1 - An evaluation of the impact of the recommendations of the Chief Nursing Officer's (England) Review of Mental Health Nursing in Mental Health Trusts and Universities in England: Findings from stage one, an e-survey

AU - Baker, John

AU - Playle, John

AU - Nelson, Pauline

AU - Lovell, Karina

PY - 2010

Y1 - 2010

N2 - Objectives.: To establish a national picture of the implementation of these recommendations in both trusts and higher education institutions. Background.: The Chief Nursing Officer for England Review of Mental Health Nursing made 17 key recommendations to improve mental health nursing. Subsequent publications aimed to help implement these recommendations. Design.: An e-survey. Methods.: The survey was based on the Chief Nursing Officer review recommendations and guidance. Participants: all relevant trusts who deliver mental health services (n = 68) and higher education institutions who deliver pre-registration mental health nursing education (n = 50) in England. Results.: A total of 42 trusts (63·6%) and 40 higher education institutions (80%) completed the survey. The survey indicates that the Chief Nursing Officer review has stimulated some activity in all organisations who responded. Eleven of the recommendations were ranked similarly by trusts and higher education institutions. There were statistically significant differences between trusts and higher education institution priorities in four areas, inpatient care, evidence-based interventions, multidisciplinary team working and recruitment and retention. Conclusions.: The findings of the survey demonstrate that all organisations have made some progress in the implementation of the Chief Nursing Officer recommendations. Trusts and higher education institutions broadly agree on the importance of each of the Chief Nursing Officer recommendations, with the exception of four items. A range of factors was identified by respondents that were perceived as facilitators and barriers to the implementation of the Chief Nursing Officer review. Relevance to clinical practice.: This article contains findings that are highly relevant for current and future clinical practice in mental health. Despite some progress, clear differences between higher education institutions and trusts are apparent. It is important that these differing perspectives are acknowledged and resolved to improve healthcare provision. Both trusts and higher education institutions reported difficulty with engaging service users and carers. A range of factors are identified that act as facilitators and barriers to the implementation of healthcare policy. © 2010 Blackwell Publishing Ltd.

AB - Objectives.: To establish a national picture of the implementation of these recommendations in both trusts and higher education institutions. Background.: The Chief Nursing Officer for England Review of Mental Health Nursing made 17 key recommendations to improve mental health nursing. Subsequent publications aimed to help implement these recommendations. Design.: An e-survey. Methods.: The survey was based on the Chief Nursing Officer review recommendations and guidance. Participants: all relevant trusts who deliver mental health services (n = 68) and higher education institutions who deliver pre-registration mental health nursing education (n = 50) in England. Results.: A total of 42 trusts (63·6%) and 40 higher education institutions (80%) completed the survey. The survey indicates that the Chief Nursing Officer review has stimulated some activity in all organisations who responded. Eleven of the recommendations were ranked similarly by trusts and higher education institutions. There were statistically significant differences between trusts and higher education institution priorities in four areas, inpatient care, evidence-based interventions, multidisciplinary team working and recruitment and retention. Conclusions.: The findings of the survey demonstrate that all organisations have made some progress in the implementation of the Chief Nursing Officer recommendations. Trusts and higher education institutions broadly agree on the importance of each of the Chief Nursing Officer recommendations, with the exception of four items. A range of factors was identified by respondents that were perceived as facilitators and barriers to the implementation of the Chief Nursing Officer review. Relevance to clinical practice.: This article contains findings that are highly relevant for current and future clinical practice in mental health. Despite some progress, clear differences between higher education institutions and trusts are apparent. It is important that these differing perspectives are acknowledged and resolved to improve healthcare provision. Both trusts and higher education institutions reported difficulty with engaging service users and carers. A range of factors are identified that act as facilitators and barriers to the implementation of healthcare policy. © 2010 Blackwell Publishing Ltd.

KW - Chief Nursing Officer review

KW - Mental health nursing

KW - Policy

KW - Quality of healthcare

KW - Workforce development

U2 - 10.1111/j.1365-2702.2009.03105.x

DO - 10.1111/j.1365-2702.2009.03105.x

M3 - Article

VL - 19

SP - 2590

EP - 2600

JO - Journal of Clinical Nursing

JF - Journal of Clinical Nursing

SN - 0962-1067

IS - 17-18

ER -