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  • PROMOTING STAFF VACCINATION BY VACCINATION ON WHEEL (VOW) IN PRINCE OF WALES HOSPITAL

    Mr. Leung Ming Hung APN CND PWH 17 May 2017

  • Introduction

    Previous year, the overall influenza vaccination uptake rate of staff was low in NTEC

    2

    Staff vaccination rate only in 2015/16 20%

  • What’s the hindrance for our staff on Influenza Vaccination??

    A matter of Habit or Cultural Practice? 唔習慣?

    A matter of Convenience? 唔方便?

    A matter of Health Belief? 唔相信?

  • Promoting Staff Vaccination Program Provide convenient vaccination shot Build up momentum through role model

    and peer influence

    3 key components for the Program

    4

    VOW Effectiveness

    Convenience

    Role Modelling

    Peer Influence

  • Vaccination On Wheel (VOW) Team

    5

    • Team members

    From various departments

    • Schedules:

    Routine and Ad hoc requests

    • Service hours: Usually 12:30 – 16:30 & flexible hours for Ad hoc requests • Target: PWH staff

  • Increased convenience by expanding the service coverage

    6

    All Wards & Clinical Units

  • Increased convenience by expanding the service coverage - extend to non-clinical areas

    7

    Staff Forums

    Communal Area

    Offices

  • Increased convenience by expanding the service coverage - extend to non-clinical areas

    8

    Meeting Venues

  • 9

    VOW

  • Increased convenience by expanding the service coverage - extend to non-clinical areas

    10

    VOW hotlines for Ad hoc booking

    Promotional booths and satellite injection stations

  • Demonstrated role model by senior management and staff representatives

    11

     Senior management, senior doctors and nurse

    managers joined VOW injection rounds

     Senior doctors delivered educational seminars

    and clarified the myths of influenza vaccination

     Photos were posted at the hospital

    intranet site

  • Made use of peer influence and invitation by managers

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     Launch competitions “Angels VS Masters”

    between frontline staff and senior management

    to organise their own VOW teams

     Frontline staff invited their own colleagues to

    receive the Flu vaccination

    ANGEL VOW

    MASTER VOW

  • Significant increase of staff vaccination rate (From Oct 2016 to Jan 2017)

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    a) 47 VOW rounds

    b) 1,154 staff received

    vaccination via VOW

    c) Significant increase of

    staff vaccination rate for

    78% than previous year 0

    200

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    1000

    1200

    1400

    2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17

    VOW Participants in PWH

    VOW Participants in PWH

    78%

  • 149

    24

    143

    25 22

    53

    95

    53

    152

    76 86

    104

    204

    105

    163 170

    139

    188

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    302

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    2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17

    Others AH MED NUR SS

    VOW participants 2016/17 in PWH

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    Allied Health

    8%

    Medical 18%

    Nursing 33%

    Care-related Supporting

    28%

    Others 13%

    Allied Health

    Medical

    Nursing

    Care-related Supporting Others

    VOW participants 2016/17 in PWH

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    Contribute to the Significant Increase 50% Overall Staff Vaccination Rate in NTEC

    By comparing the data of 2015/2016 and 2016/2017, it revealed an overall increased vaccination rate from 20% to 33%

    0%

    5%

    10%

    15%

    20%

    25%

    30%

    35%

    NTEC

    2015/16 2016/17

  • Conclusion

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    Effective mobile staff vaccination service ( VOW) through:

     Convenience enhancement

     Top management role modelling

     Frontline staff peer influence

  • Acknowlegement

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     VOW team members:

    Ms. Yau Ching Man, DOM

    Ms. Cheng Chun Chun, WM

    Ms. Chiu Chor Shan, Gloria, NC

    Ms. Chiu Kam Lan, DOM

    and other members from Central Nursing Division, Staff Clinic,

    Infection Control Team & various departments.

     Dr. SV LO, CCE

     Ms. Becky HO, CGMN

  • THANK YOU

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    Promoting Staff Vaccination by Vaccination On Wheel (VOW) �in Prince of Wales Hospital Introduction Slide Number 3 Promoting Staff Vaccination Program� Vaccination On Wheel (VOW) Team Increased convenience by expanding the service coverage Increased convenience by expanding the service coverage - extend to non-clinical areas Increased convenience by expanding the service coverage - extend to non-clinical areas Slide Number 9 Increased convenience by expanding the service coverage - extend to non-clinical areas Demonstrated role model by senior management and staff representatives Made use of peer influence and invitation by managers Significant increase of staff vaccination rate (From Oct 2016 to Jan 2017) Slide Number 14 Slide Number 15 Slide Number 16 Conclusion Acknowlegement THANK YOU Slide Number 20 Slide Number 21