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Outpatients Staff Nurse

Are you an experienced nurse looking to work at an outstanding trust and regional specialist haematology and oncology centre?

There really has never been a more exciting time to join one of our top NHS Clients; Their newly merged Trust has a combined workforce of over 13,000 staff, aiming to deliver exceptional local services for local people and specialist services across the South West and beyond. Together, they form one of the largest NHS trusts in the country.

 

The outpatients department at the Bristol Haematology and Oncology (BHOC) centre has a vacancy for a Band 5 registered nurse. The outpatient service operates weekdays days (Mon – Fri) from 08:00am to 6pm. Shifts are allocated to support this service. You will need to have a passion. The BHOC is the ideal location for you to develop your skills, as the centre has a strong research base along with a large clinical trials team and a commitment to developing and training its nursing staff. At the BHOC we are developing a robust staff well being programme, for the benefit of our staff and patients.

Why join the Trust?

Because they are passionate about supporting our staff and clinical teams, so that we can achieve our common goal of delivering outstanding patient care.
Because they can offer job security in these uncertain times within an organisation that is dedicated to the well being of its staff. We understand that we work to live (not live to work) and support flexible and part-time working patterns.
Because they are one of a handful of health trusts to have achieved a CQC rating of “Outstanding” for a second time second time in succession.
Because they are located in the heart of the vibrant City of Bristol, and the gateway to the glorious South West.
 

Staff Nurse - Acute Medical

Are you an outstanding nurse ready for your next challenge?

There really has never been a more exciting time to join one of our top NHS Clients; Their newly merged Trust has a combined workforce of over 13,000 staff, aiming to deliver exceptional local services for local people and specialist services across the South West and beyond. Together, they form one of the largest NHS trusts in the country.

Their recently expanded Acute Medical Admissions and Short Stay unit is now looking for dynamic, flexible nurses who seek a fast-paced and acute environment to hone and grow their nursing skills.

Acute Medical Unit (AMU)

Working closely with ED you will admit a variety of patients for assessment and treatment before they move on to their appropriate ward. You will have excellent communication and clinical skills in order to deliver excellent care in this varied and exciting environment. You will become an expert in Medical Admissions working alongside our Acute physicians and Advanced Clinical Practitioner. You will be thinking on your feet as you admit patients needing different and individual treatment which is short term but serious.

You will be encouraged to learn and you will be well-supported by our comprehensive team of highly-skilled Band 6 and band 7 nurses. No two days will be the same. This is an amazing opportunity to take your career up to the next level in the exciting field of Acute Medicine.

Medical Short Stay

As part of this role you will rotate between AMU and our newly designed Medical Short Stay Unit. This 30 bedded area is supported by the Acute Physicians and Care of The Elderly consultants to provide an environment which can be as acute as it is varied. Patients who need a short period of treatment to get them well enough to go home will typically be seen here. The unit also specialises in the acute management of our older population who are cared for by specialists before a plan is made for their onward journey. This offers great variety and an opportunity to really expand your current skillset.

No Acute Medicine experience is required as you will be closely supported once in post.


 

Staff Nurse - Medicine

Would you like to join a forward thinking and innovative Division that has plenty of career opportunities ?

There really has never been a more exciting time to join one of our top NHS Clients; Their newly merged Trust has a combined workforce of over 13,000 staff, aiming to deliver exceptional local services for local people and specialist services across the South West and beyond. Together, they form one of the largest NHS trusts in the country.


If you are a Band 5 Registered Nurses who is passionate about delivering high quality care to your patients, in a well-supported environment, this is your opportunity to join their journey with their talented and passionate teams.

 

As every day is an ‘Open day’ they welcome and encourage informal visits to have a look around.  If you are unsure about coming to a large teaching hospital we guarantee strong leadership, career progression and support in all our clinical areas. They offer ‘taster’ sessions i.e. shadowing a Registered Nurse for a shift and enable “returning to acute / hospital care” and will aim to have you being in charge of a shift by 6 months!

 

If you wish to discuss any of these nursing opportunities, please contact: s.asante@t2healthcare.com

Currently, we have opportunities in the following departments:

Acute clinical settings:

Acute Stroke Unit
Emergency Department
Assessment units - Older Persons Assessment Unit (OPAU) / AMU/EMU
Acute Older adult wards
Acute Respiratory
 

Rehabilitation:

 

Benefits 

Working in a diverse and innovative clinical division
We recognise the importance of enhanced number of RN ratio to provide quality care to our patients.
Flexible working
Opportunities to enhance your skillset through on-going support/ training and development
Preceptorship for newly qualified nurses
Career progression
Minimum of 262.5 hours holiday per annum (increasing with length of service)
Industry leading pension scheme
Access to discounts in a multitude of local and national outlets

Emergency Staff Nurse - Band 5

Are you an outstanding nurse ready for your next challenge?

There really has never been a more exciting time to join one of our top NHS Clients; Their newly merged Trust has a combined workforce of over 13,000 staff, aiming to deliver exceptional local services for local people and specialist services across the South West and beyond. Together, they form one of the largest NHS trusts in the country.

 

Our Client  is a dynamic and thriving group of hospitals set in the heart of Bristol - a vibrant and culturally diverse city. Recently awarded ‘Outstanding’ for the second time in a row by the CQC, the Trust is now proudly regarded as one of the best to work for in the country. As a tertiary cardiac centre we care for patients from across the South West of England and beyond. Join them and you will:

Work in a busy city centre ED with a talented multi-disciplinary team
Benefit from a Practice Development Nurse
Gain opportunities for further training, research roles and promotion
Work at an Award-winning Ed Department (HSJ and BMJ) where wellbeing and your development is our priority
Join a forward-thinking and innovative team – The Hospital  is the birthplace of the ‘Patient Safety checklist’
If you are highly motivated, hard-working, and have an interest in emergency medicine and feel you would like to join our friendly talented team  then this is the place for you.

Critical Care Nurse - Band 5

Would you  like to work in an outstanding Trust and make a difference to people’s lives? 

There really has never been a more exciting time to join one of our top NHS Clients; Their newly merged Trust has a combined workforce of over 13,000 staff, aiming to deliver exceptional local services for local people and specialist services across the South West and beyond. Together, they form one of the largest NHS trusts in the country.

 

We are seeking applicants keen to progress in a career in Critical Care. At this University Hospitals  we have opportunities for both general and cardiac intensive care units. Both Units employ cutting edge technology; have an innovative bedside clinical information system in place and there are Critical Care Practice Educators in place in both areas to facilitate education and the development of new starters.

The Cardiac Intensive Care unit is a 24 bedded unit treating level 3 and level 2 patients on the cardiac surgical pathway pre and post operatively. The multidisciplinary team work closely together and include cardiac surgery surgical team, Cardiac anaesthetic team, nurse practitioners, clinical nurse specialists and allied health professionals.

General Intensive Care unit is a 21 bedded unit which caters for level 3 and 2 patients from many specialities including medical and surgical patients, oncology, and haematology, elective and emergency admissions. They are also a tertiary referral centre for out of hospital cardiac arrest patients out of hours.

Both Critical Care Units are dynamic, highly innovative departments and patients are cared for by a range of skilled healthcare professionals who provide expert, family centred care for patients with complex critical care needs.

We aim to recruit new staff into one of our cohorts which commence 4 times a year – this is to optimise educational and supernumerary pathways and provide good group peer support. Recognising that this may not work for all new starters we would be very happy to discuss alternate start dates if needed.

Successful applicants can expect:
Allocation into a welcoming team who will support your development with mentorship and peer support.
A structured educational program with in-house and regional study sessions, including a series of critical care study days for staff new to the specialty.
Transparent, fair process for application for funding of relevant academic courses.
Exposure to a variety of clinical experiences with our diverse range of patients.
We would love to hear from nurses with a real passion for excellence in quality, patient-centered care

Respiratory Ward Band 5

Are you an outstanding nurse ready for your next challenge?

There really has never been a more exciting time to join one of our top NHS Clients; Their newly merged Trust has a combined workforce of over 13,000 staff, aiming to deliver exceptional local services for local people and specialist services across the South West and beyond. Together, they form one of the largest NHS trusts in the country.

At the Hospital , nurses truly are the life blood of their Trust and we pride ourselves on creating a nurturing environment for our nursing staff to take the next step in their nursing journey.  You may be ready for a change from your current specialty or it may be that you are at a point in your career where you've got some itchy feet and just want a new environment. Whatever the case let us show you that Our client in Bristol  is the place for you.  

Due to service reconfiguration, our Respiratory ward has transferred to a much larger area. Therefore they are in a position to expand our workforce and offer new opportunities for Band 5 Staff Nurses to join this friendly and welcoming team. They now have 32 beds including 24 cubicles and 2  four-bedded bays. The hospital care for patients who require both ward-based respiratory care and respiratory high care. Our highly skilled team provide interventions including NIV BIPAP/CPAP, High Flow Oxygen therapy and Tracheostomy care. We can provide support and training to develop the skills and knowledge to enable you to progress in this speciality.

We are looking for nurses who inspire others and who work harder because they want to, not because they have to. If you are highly motivated, enthusiastic and have excellent communication skills this could be the job for you.

At the Trust , you will receive the tools and support but you will be in full control of your development. Their  nurses know why they chose to continue their nursing journey there, join them  and find out your reason why.
 

Day Surgery & Endoscopy

Are you an experienced UK registered nurse with excellent clinical skills?

There really has never been a more exciting time to join one of our top NHS Clients; Their newly merged Trust has a combined workforce of over 13,000 staff, aiming to deliver exceptional local services for local people and specialist services across the South West and beyond. Together, they form one of the largest NHS trusts in the country.

We are seeking a Band 5 Theatre Nurse for our Client's  purpose built unit in the leafy surroundings of SBCH, Hengrove. Their current vacancy is in Theatre/Recovery.

If you have theatre experience we would love to hear from you, we are looking for enthusiastic and compassionate, dedicated nurse who want to give the very best care to our patients. There are plenty of training opportunities and many new skills to learn, candidates with previous experience in Scrub and/or Anaesthetics are preferred for theatre.

Our Client offer mentorship and an appropriate supernumerary phase, followed by supported practice and can offer development and training in other specialities by sending across to Main hospital at Trust.

There is a great community feel among the team here at Day Surgery & Endoscopy Unit, South Bristol Community Hospital in a fresh, bright environment. You'll find them  welcoming to new members and keen to help you achieve your potential with a healthy work-life balance.

Perhaps this is near where you live or you want a change of scene from the city centre hospitals? You won't need to work night duty or on-call but you will need to be flexible to work a range of shifts across the week. Shift times include 0730 to 2000, 0800 to 1800 and 0800 to 1615.

We have two Theatres with a range of specialities including Maxillary-Facial, Lower GI, Orthopaedics, Dermatology, Ophthalmology, Gynaecology and Cardiology lists and 2 x Endoscopy suites.

The team in DSEU work dynamically across specialities to allow for constant development and engagement. Members of the team are encouraged to progress their interested areas and take on extended roles including teaching and speciality lead support.

DSEU offer development opportunities and a variety of courses, including a recovery module and an anaesthetic module so that staff can increase their skills and knowledge to become multidisciplinary practitioners.

Staff Nurse - Acute Surgical Assessment

Do you enjoy working in a fast paced and varied environment?

There really has never been a more exciting time to join one of our top NHS Clients; Their newly merged Trust has a combined workforce of over 13,000 staff, aiming to deliver exceptional local services for local people and specialist services across the South West and beyond. Together, they form one of the largest NHS trusts in the country.

The Surgical & Trauma Assessment Unit (STAU) at the Trust has recently re-located increasing the wards capacity.  We are therefore looking to recruit experienced nurses with a broad range of clinical skills, ideally with surgical or admissions unit background. This is friendly team working in a diverse and exciting environment. They specialise in the initial assessment of acute surgical and trauma patients referred by their GP’s or the Emergency Department. 

The hospital offer plenty of support to our new staff, in terms of training, guidance and mentorship from nursing colleagues and the whole multi-disciplinary team. This is a great place to develop your clinical examination and pain management skills, problem solving ability, discharge planning, and shift co-ordination experience. They are keen to see their staff grow and achieve their potential, and will help you develop your management skills into the nurse in charge role, with appropriate support from their experienced staff nurses, sisters and matron.

They are proud of thiertrust's outstanding rating from the CQC and are committed to maintaining the high standards of care that our patients expect. There are plenty of opportunities to progress at this trust, such as senior staff nurse roles, clinical nurse specialists and nurse practitioners.

This is an inpatient ward and our staff are expected to work a range of shifts across the whole week, including nights, long days and weekends.

Why join the Trust?
Because they are passionate about supporting our staff and clinical teams, so that we can achieve our common goal of delivering outstanding patient care.
Because they can offer job security in these uncertain times within an organisation that is dedicated to the well being of its staff. They understand that we work to live (not live to work) and support flexible and part-time working patterns.
Because theybelieve in supporting the development of our staff, with for example Practice Education Facilitators, Band 6 development programs and internal rotation.
Because they are one of a handful of health trusts to have achieved a CQC rating of “Outstanding” for a second time second time in succession.
Because they are located in the heart of the vibrant City of Bristol, and the gateway to the glorious South West.

Virtual NQ Adult Nurse Open Day Webinar - 9th September 2020 Band 5 - Bristol

Our Client has an exiting opportunity ; Curently working with a one of top NHS Trust in Bristol .The Trust have merged together to be come one organisation. Their newly merged Trust has a combined workforce of over 13,000 staff, aiming to deliver exceptional local services for local people and specialist services across the South West and beyond. Together, they form one of the largest NHS trusts in the country.

Are you an outstanding student nurse set to qualify in 2020? Do you share our Trust values and strive for clinical excellence? Would you like to work in an outstanding Trust and make a difference to people’s lives?

On Wednesday 9th September 2020 the Trust will throw open our virtual doors and welcome newly qualifying adult nurses from all over the country to join a webinar to find out about their Trust.

The the Trust nurses truly are the lifeblood of our Trust and we pride ourselves on creating a nurturing environment for their newly qualified staff to begin their nursing journey. They understand that this can be a daunting transition from being a student to a registered nurse, so they have developed a blended learning preceptorship to make your entry into this role engaging.

During your 12 month preceptorship, they will support you to fine-tune the existing skills you have developed during your time studying, we want to recognise your achievements to date whilst providing you with the means to excel in your career.

They might not be able to offer you anything more than the national package, however, we can offer you:

Our renowned 12-month preceptorship programme
Our ease of transfer internal movement programme
On-going professional in-house development, with the potential to work with international specialties
A role in a diverse and vibrant city centre location (recently voted the UK's most desirable location to live)
A gateway to the southwest and Europe
We are looking for nurses who inspire others and who work harder because they want to, not because they have to.

At Trust, they will give you the tools and support but you will be in full control of your learning and development. Their nurses know why they chose to begin their career progression journey here, join us and find out your reason why.

The event will run from 3:00PM -4:00PM  and will be held virtually via Webex. Details of the event will be emailed to you once you have applied. There will be an opportunity to hear from nursing representatives from some of the adult divisions find out more about the preceptorship programme and see our recruitment videos. 

Theatre Practitioner

Our client in Bristol is looking for a Theatre practitioner to join their team of talented professionals. You will be working alongside a dedicated team to provide and uphold the highest standards of care. They are looking for an enthusiastic, motivated individual with a flexible approach to be part of their General Theatres.
Are you an ODP/RGN looking for a new challenge? Our client currently has vacancies for band 5 positions in their General Theatres. Hey Groves Theatres, has 6 theatres with a range of specialities including Limb reconstruction, Thoracic, Trauma Orthopaedics, max fax, Upper GI, Lower GI, Gynae, HPB, and a designated CEPOD list. The working pattern you would be expected to fulfil within your working hours up to 37.5 will include a range of shifts as well as nights and weekends.

Our client is one of the largest acute Trusts in the country and the major teaching and research centre for the South West. With over 9,500 staff, over 100 different clinical services, working in nine hospitals in the centre and to the south of Bristol, they offer a wide range of careers and jobs. Together they support the delivery of excellent care to the people of Bristol and beyond. They are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Bristol is also a beautiful place to live in and there are many places to enjoy yourself during your time off work including visiting the harbour, relaxing in one of their many peaceful parks or exploring the contemporary art gallery.

Duties and Responsibilities


•    In partnership with other professionals and disciplines, develop measurable patient care plans/goals. The process should include assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of patient care from admission to timely transfer or discharge. 
•    Take charge of the clinical needs of a group of defined patients on the ward /department prioritising workload according to changing clinical need over a 24 period.  
•    Work towards regularly taking charge of the ward/department on occasion prioritising workload according to changing clinical need over a 24 period. 
•    Delegate tasks and activities to a range of team members in relation to patient care (for example when taking charge or as link nurse) 
•    Ensure nursing documentation is maintained, accurate and timely in line with the Trust standard 
•    To demonstrate awareness and compliance with Trust policies, procedures, guidelines and standards. To work towards promoting this to others. 
•    Promote and maintain a safe environment for patients 
•    Administer medicines in accordance with Trust policy. 
•    Promote a clean environment and the prevention of hospital acquired infection 
•    Respond positively and act promptly to resolve problems/issues for patients/carers, utilising complaints procedures and PALs where appropriate. 
•    Identify record and report all incidents/complaints involving staff, patients and visitors in accordance with NHS Foundation Trust policies and assist in any investigations as required. 
•    Assist with the smooth running of the clinical area by carrying out other duties such as unpacking stores, tidying and cleaning up equipment. 
•    Ensure that the nursing/HCPC practice of the area comply with the Trust’s nursing/HCPC policies and procedures.

Requirements 


•    Registered Nurse level1 or 2 or C+G 752/ NVQ level 3 Operating Department Practitioner/ Dip HE in Operating Room Practice
•    Training Qualification or equivalent experience
•    Relevant post registration course
•    Experience of caring for sick patients in a variety of settings – this could be as a student
•    Good basic level of English language demonstrated through effective written and verbal communication skills
•    Ability to solve problems and use initiative
•    Ability to develop own clinical skills and a willingness to participate in continuing professional development
•    Competency in medication administration including IV drug administration or willingness to undergo training


Benefits 


•    Corporate Park & Ride bus season ticket
•    Carpark Discounts
•    Free shuttle bus
•    NHS Pension Scheme
•    Annual leave
•    Exclusive local discounts
•    My Trust Benefits
•    The Grand Appeal lottery
•    Charitable giving
•    Avon Partnership Occupational Health Service
•    Training, Learning & Development
•    Counselling service
•    Living and Working with Disability, Illness or Injury
•    Workplace Wellbeing Team
•    Staff Side - trade unions
•    Loyalty vouchers & retirement party
•    Recognising Success Awards
 

Trauma and Orthopaedic

If you are a staff nurse who is interested in trauma/orthopaedics this is a perfect opportunity for you. Our client in the heart of Bristol is looking for a staff nurse to assist on their 22-bed acute orthopaedic elderly trauma ward. The ward strives to promote a safe, calm and relaxed environment for patients and their relatives. They are committed to a Multi-disciplinary team approach, working to together to ensure that patients can maximize their potential and reducing length of stay. 
Our clients trust is a dynamic and thriving group of hospitals in the heart of Bristol, a vibrant and culturally diverse city.

They have around 11,500 staff who deliver over 100 different clinical services across nine different sites. With services from the neonatal intensive care unit to care of the elderly, they provide care to the people of Bristol and the South West from the very beginning of life to its later stages.

Duties and Responsibilities 


•    In partnership with other professionals and disciplines, develop measurable patient care plans/goals. The process should include assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of patient care from admission to timely transfer or discharge. 
•    Take charge of the clinical needs of a group of defined patients on the ward /department prioritising workload according to changing clinical need over a 24 period. 
•    Work towards regularly taking charge of the ward/department on occasion prioritising workload according to changing clinical need over a 24 period. 
•    Delegate tasks and activities to a range of team members in relation to patient care (for example when taking charge or as link nurse) 
•    Ensure nursing documentation is maintained, accurate and timely in line with the Trust standard 
•    To demonstrate awareness and compliance with Trust policies, procedures, guidelines and standards. To work towards promoting this to others. 
•    Promote and maintain a safe environment for patient: 
•    Administer medicines in accordance with Trust policy. 
•    Promote a clean environment and the prevention of hospital acquired infection 
•    Respond positively and act promptly to resolve problems/issues for patients/carers, utilising complaints procedures and PALs where appropriate. 
•    Identify record and report all incidents/complaints involving staff, patients and visitors in accordance with the Trust policies and assist in any investigations as required. 
•    Assist with the smooth running of the clinical area by carrying out other duties such as unpacking stores, tidying and cleaning up equipment.


Requirements 


•    RN.1st Level or relevant children’s qualification  
•    Current NMC registration
•    Experience of caring for sick patients in a variety of settings – this could be as a student
•    Good basic level of English language demonstrated through effective written and verbal communication skills  
•    Ability to solve problems and use initiative 
•    Ability to develop own clinical skills and a willingness to participate in continuing professional development 
•    Competency in medication administration including IV drug administration or willingness to undergo training  
•    Basic IT skills (e.g. Microsoft packages)  
•    Ability to take the lead, initiate and ensure appropriate action in response to the deteriorating patient 
•    Interpersonal skills – Calm Supportive Motivated Professional 
•    Willingness to develop teaching skills 
•    Able to prioritise and meet deadlines 
•    Able to manage difficult situations
•    Awareness of audit & research

Benefits


•    Corporate Park & Ride bus season ticket
•    Carpark Discounts
•    Free shuttle bus
•    NHS Pension Scheme
•    Annual leave
•    Exclusive local discounts
•    My Trust Benefits
•    The Grand Appeal lottery
•    Charitable giving
•    Avon Partnership Occupational Health Service
•    Training, Learning & Development
•    Counselling service
•    Workplace Wellbeing Team
•    Staff Side - trade unions
•    Loyalty vouchers & retirement party
•    Recognising Success Awards
•    Total Reward Statement

Intensive Care

Are you looking to further your career as an ICU nurse within a well-established NHS trust?


If so, this may be the perfect opportunity for you.
One of our clients based in Bristol is looking for a new ICU nurse to join their team of dedicated professionals. Whether you’re well experienced or newly qualified there is a place for you in this team.


They aim to deliver exceptional healthcare for all their patients, carers and visitors to ensure their care is of the highest quality and their patients are treated with respect and dignity. They also aim to provide high standards of care that can be comparable to the best in the world.


Their Intensive Care Unit is a purpose-built state of the art 48-bedded unit within one of the UK’s first £450 million super-hospitals, achieving excellent outcomes including some of the highest trauma survival rates in the country.
Bristol is widely considered to be the capital of the South West—and is regularly voted as one of the best places to live in the UK. The city has its feet firmly in the 21st century, with an impressive history to match. Whether it's culture, shopping, eating out, sport, or any other of life's essentials, you'll find them there.


Responsibilities


•    Take responsibility for the personal care of the critically ill patient within the Intensive Care
•    Unit by assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating programmes of care.
•    Ensure Trust Policies and Procedures are known and followed.
•    Assist in the management, care and safe use of specialist equipment. Ensure the availability
•    of supplies in accordance with ICU policy.
•    Recommend and practice acceptable economies for the promotion of an effective and efficient
•    nursing service.
•    Arrange safe transfer or discharge of patients and plan the patients’ after care with
•    appropriate staff, if required.
•    Work within the multi-professional team, implement care programmes / packages.
•    Take personal responsibility for ensuring that patients and unit visitors are treated with
•    courtesy always and the individual needs of the patients are respected.
•    Ensure the safe custody of patients’ valuables and property.
•    Participate and contribute to delegated roles, under the supervision of a senior clinical ICU 
•    Nurse.
•    Provide supervision of junior staff as well as support for senior staff in the clinical setting.
•    Refer to and advise other disciplines to support delivery of care e.g. physiotherapists, stoma
•    nurses.
•    Provide advice, support and recommendations to other departments on patients care and
•    Conditions

Requirements


•    NMC Registration RGN Part 1 
•    Ability to supervise and teach pre-registration learner nurses  
•    Proven professional development 
•    Requirement to maintain up to date mandatory training.  
•    Post registration experience in an acute setting or has had a placement in ICU as a preregistration student. 
•    Good written and verbal communication skills. 
•    Enthusiasm to learn self-motivated and self-reliant.  
•    Ability to work within a multi-professional team.  
•    Problem solving skills 
•    Organisational and analytical skills 
•    Accurate physical, technical and mental skills


Benefits


•    NHS Pension Scheme
•    Childcare Facilities
•    Personal and Professional Development
•    Staff Discount Brochure and Discounts Websites
•    Staff Lottery

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