Digital Practitioner – Helping to develop the digital skills of the health and care workforce

Overview

  • Client: Leeds City Council
  • Product: Digital Practitioner Delivery Model, Learning and Evidence
  • Key Features: Resources and learning for individuals, teams/professions, managers/leaders and organisations
  • Status: Pilot Phase

Description

Through the discovery phase, we found that to develop the skills and confidence of the health and care practitioner, there were a number of practical barriers and issues that we must help people through, these included, suitable IT kit, connectivity/access, understanding related policies and staying safe online. 

We also found that a one-size fits all approach to using digital in practice is not helpful, so in this phase we aim to work collaboratively with 3 pilot teams to learn together, through using an outline Digital Practitioner model, so we can inform the wider health and social care agenda how to do this successfully.

You can read more on the ‘Discovery’ phase, and our progress from the ‘stories’ page on the Digital Practitioner website at www.mydigitalwheels.com or by clicking HERE

If you’re a practitioner within health, care, or 3rd sector, come along to our monthly ‘digital cafe’ lunchtime meet ups in the center of Leeds.  Find out more on our ‘events’ page HERE

If you’re working in health, care, or 3rd sector in a corporate/support services role, are a manager, or a senior leader, you can read about our journey in the seasonal blogs HERE, or register onto the final webinar in October via our events page HERE.  You may also want to join us at a Show and Tell or Digital Horizon event, find out more HERE