A behaviour change framework and toolkit to support workforce development
PHE ePoster Library. Barror A. 09/12/17; 186450; 204
Aoife Barror
Aoife Barror
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Abstract As the role of health-related behaviour becomes more central to population health, behaviour change is increasingly recognised as a key area of development for the health and social-care workforces. Within the NICE guidance on Individual behaviour change, four levels of intervention are outlined, and include recommendations on who should administer each level, and under what circumstances. While useful, segmenting the workforce for training using this guidance was identified by HEE, Wessex as being a challenge for workforce planners.Through 26 qualitative interviews with health and social care personnel the relevant factors effecting behaviour change development and workforce segmentation will be identified. Emerging themes from preliminary analysis include: the importance of service contexts- such as the acuteness of a service user's primary need; the need for effectively embedding behaviour change development, and the importance of presenting the evidence-base for behaviour change approaches to workforce planners. These factors will underpin the behaviour change development framework (which will include a digital, algorithmic tool to aid segmentation and guidance on usage and measurement) along with theory and evidence from the domains of public health and behaviour change (e.g. COM-B model). The algorithm and toolkit will be developed, tested, and edited with the help of workforce planners across several regions in England.The desired outcome of this project is to promote a consistent approach to behaviour change, through increasing targeted development of the workforce, and minimising training duplication. The project goal is the improvement health and wellbeing outcomes for health and social care service-users.
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