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Palliative Care Nurse - Band 6

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Are you looking to take your career to the next level?

If so, our client is looking for a Staff Nurse to join their hospital. They are looking for a determined, motivated and enthusiastic nurse to join their NHS hospital. 

Our client is based in Birmingham and as a trust they spend £430m of publiv money and is responsible for the care of 530,000 local people from across North-West Birmingham and all the towns within Sandwell. 

Requirements 

  • Experience of working within a community team or acute ward 
  • Experience of caring for patients at the end of life / palliative care needs
  • NMC registered 
  • UK experience 
  • Change management 

Duties 

  • Work closely with healthcare professionals to identify those patients at end of life and support the use of the end of life care plans.
  • Provide advanced practice in holistic assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of care. This will require autonomous working and the ability to triage and prioritise care.
  • Provide clinical leadership when working with members of the MDT, including HCAs.
  • Forge excellent relationships with other professions within health and social care and the 3rd sector. Refer patients to appropriate teams for ongoing management following episodes of urgent care delivery.
  • To adopt a multidisciplinary approach to care, ensuring that all aspects of the patients needs are met, taking into consideration issues of confidentiality.
  • Ensure documentation and record keeping is accurate and detailed to allow seamless care between teams via the use of SystmOne.
  • Provide education sessions, formal and informal, for health professionals on end of life care related issues.
  • Raise awareness of end of life care planning to all levels of staff within the Trust.
  • Support staff in challenging decision making to ensure best practice.
  • Promote evidence based practice in all aspects of end of life care across acute and community to influence the quality of patient care by leading and empowering staff to cascade best practice and clinical decision making.

Staff benefits 

  • Support with Childcare 
  • Childcare vouchers 
  • Health and Well-being Services
  • Counselling 
  • Support with Travel 
  • Drivers 
  • Cycle to Work
  • Lifeastyle Discounts

Staff Nurse

Are you looking to take your career to the next level?

If so, our client is looking for a Staff Nurse to join their hospital. They are looking for a determined, motivated and enthusiastic nurse to join their NHS hospital. 

Our client is based in Birmingham and as a trust they spend £430m of publiv money and is responsible for the care of 530,000 local people from across North0West Birmingham and all the towns within Sandwell. 

Requirements 

  • Revelent clinical expeirence, including that as a student or unqualified nurse.
  • RN with current NMC Registration 
  • UK experience 
  • Proficient in reading and writing in the English language 
  • Able to communicate concerns in a timely manner

Duties 

  • To assess, plan, implement and evaluate individual programmes of care based on an agreed model of care and in consideration of individual need.
  • Maximise opportunities for health promotion and health education.
  • Organise method of care delivery within the ward/department, allocate, prioritise and delegating effectively. 
  • Manage a defined group of patients/clients, participating in all aspects of care from initial contact/admission through to discharge, including transferring from one environment to another.
  • Keep abreast of new developments in nursing and speciality specific information.
  • To promote and comply with NMC and local standards for record keeping.
  • Initiate prescribed treatments or clinical interventions in response to changes in patient conditions.
  • To be an effective practitioner with the ability to demonstrate clinical expertise in the care of patients
  • To act as a resource person to others, providing information to junior staff, Multidisciplinary team members, patients and relatives.
  • To undertake administration of prescribed medication and supervision of patient self-medication.
  • To monitor, maintain and review regularly acceptable standards of care in conjunction with other members of the Multidisciplinary team.
  • To be professionally accountable for own actions during working shift.
  • To be aware of the psychological/emotional needs of the patient/carer, responding and reporting appropriately.

Staff Benefits 

  • Support with Childcare 
  • Childcare vouchers 
  • Health and Well-being Services
  • Counselling 
  • Support with Travel 
  • Drivers 
  • Cycle to Work
  • Lifeastyle Discounts 

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