Published on March 27, 2008
Baking a Gambling Gateau: Baking a Gambling Gateau Exploring the layers of workforce development for gambling-related public health The Chefs: The Chefs Nominal PI John Raeburn Project Manager: Lisa Campbell Project Coordinator: Clare Docherty Literature Review: Robin Shepherd Cultural Advisors: - Maori: Lorna Dyall - Pacific: Lana Perese - Asian: Samson Tse The Recipe (MoH Contract): The Recipe (MoH Contract) The Ingredients: The Ingredients Definition of “Public Health” “Health Promotion” Training vs. education Audience – “wider PH workforce” defined The Baking Method: The Baking Method Consultations Training Package NEEDS ANALYSIS Literature Review Phase 1 Surveys Key Stakeholder Interviews Issues to Address: Issues to Address Background Considerations Do you agree that a strengths-based approach to PH is preferable to a problem-based approach? How do we best approach the cultural issues? Audience–existing and potential workforce Who do you think is the audience for education/training in gambling-related PH? specialists and/or generalists? 3&4. Education and Training Framework Do you think the emphasis should be on education or training? Do you agree with the stair-casing concept? Education and Training Model for Future–content Do you agree with the Harm Minimisation + Health Promotion approach to content? 6&7. Best Practice Model Do you agree with the knowledge-skills Best Practice/Competency model suggested for GPH? Future Considerations How do you see the future of gambling for communities in NZ, especially as this relates to education/training? Strategy for Implementation Given the likely changes in the gambling environment, how do you see this framework could be implemented over the next 5-10 years? Layers: Layers In the Bakery…: In the Bakery… Public Health Workforce Development in Problem Gambling: Literature Review Introduction to Gambling-related Public Health – A Training Workshop for the Public Health/Problem Gambling Workforce Gambling-Related Public Health: Proposal for a Workforce Development Strategy and Best Practice Model Slide13: IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY – SUGGESTION Recommendation is for external funding support for workers to participate in education/training, and for development of programmes - to provide for a kick start Eating the Gateau: Eating the Gateau GPH Training Package be utilised and rolled-out Strategy document be adopted and actioned Further development and work: Continue to develop training and foster networks, partnerships and other areas of collaboration through linkage with the Problem Gambling National Co-ordination Services Utilise the GPH workforce currently being trained to engage with the primary care sector, in particular in the training of PHO HP workers Engage with Community Action Groups as a potential workforce – perhaps on the basis of a Train-the-Trainer model Provide relevant education/training at a range of levels to take into account practitioners both with and without formal qualifications, and from a wide variety of backgrounds Give particular attention to specific and appropriate education/training for the Maori, Pacific and Asian GPH workforces, including the possible development of strategy documents related to each group Give considerations to the role of education and training of GPH workers within the gambling industry, particularly with regard to host responsibility
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