Using an integrated competence model to evaluate a health visitor cascade training programme for the Family Resilience Assessment Instrument and Tool (FRAIT)

Michelle Thomas, Carolyn Wallace, Georgina Jones, Jane O'Kane, Liz Wilson, Fran Dale, David Pontin

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Abstract

This paper reports on an evaluation of health visitor trainers’ experience of a cascade training programme delivered in Wales, UK. Health visitors used Driscoll’s model (What, So What, Now What) to organise their feedback and an integrated competence model developed by Weeks et al. was used to analyse the feedback via category analysis of free text. As well as feedback on the logistics of running the training, the evaluation allowed for cognitive and functional competence to be identified along with personal and meta competence. There was limited scope for identifying ethical competence in the Health Visitor cascade trainer feedback. Suggestions are made for how this may be addressed.
Original languageEnglish
Article number103336
Pages (from-to)103336-103336
Number of pages6
JournalNurse Education in Practice
Volume62
Early online date25 Mar 2022
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jul 2022

Keywords

  • Cascade training Family resilience Health visitor Integrated competence model Driscoll model

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