AMRCW Operational Report Jan - July 2017
3 Priorities for 2017.
What We Said
We will submit verbal evidence to the Parliamentary commission into the future of the NHS and the implementation of Health Education Wales.
We will ensure patient involvement in planning and shared decision making which links to Choosing Wisely Wales.
We will look after junior doctors, which links to our recent position statement on strategy for training doctors in Wales.
last six months.
What we've Delivered
We have delivered verbal evidence to the parliamentary review into health & social care and subsequently published recommendations
We have secured WG investment into Choosing Wisely, we will undertake focussed work on shared decision making into the treatment of Stage 4 cancer. Choosing Wisely will be delivered in partnership with Public Health Wales and Community Health Councils in Wales
We gave position on the proposals for a third medical school in Wales
We released our report into professional attitudes and behaviours influencing the Primary and Secondary Care Interface. This has subsequently been distributed across GP networks across Wales, Royal Colleges have committed to distribute where appropriate including through NSAG
We brought a junior doctor represented voice to the parliamentary review into health & social care, This was undertaken in a joint workshop event with Royal College of Nursing
We brought junior doctor representation to our Council meetings
We ensured junior doctor representation on our consultations with WAG Cabinet Secretary & Chief Medical Officer
july to december.
What we'll Deliver
We will give response to parliamentary review into health & social care interim report
We will be giving position on anticipated impact and considerations of Brexit on medical colleges in Wales
We will be giving position on the proposals outlined in the WG White Paper, ‘Services Fit for the Future, Quality and Governance in Health and Care in Wales’
We will be submitting evidence to the Parliamentary commission into the future of the NHS and the implementation of Health Education Wales
We’ll extend our Primary & Secondary Care Interface work to inform juniors of associated principles, including at medical student induction
We’ll be undertaking an awareness campaign to encourage confidence for doctors to undertake conversations around End of Life Care
We will consider giving guidance and recommendation on clinical behaviours and professionalism
We will engage with junior doctors beyond council with a more robust media and communications approach, utilising our new web, social media and newsletter resources
We will be giving position on anticipated proposals for greater collaboration between med schools and North Wales
We will continue to seek further junior representation from more medical royal colleges at Council meetings
We will look to implement an approach to advise junior doctors on Shared Decision Making, Choosing Wisely and prudent healthcare