The overall purpose of the Endoscopy clinical practice facilitator role is to provide clinical leadership to the nursing and multi-professional team within the Endoscopy unit. This includes acting as an expert practitioner for the specific team of staff within Endoscopy and further liaising, guiding and advising the greater multi-disciplinary team and external agencies on the provision of optimum patient care and endoscopy activity. The facilitator is responsible for delivering, maintaining and supporting the training of the Endoscopy staff for the Trust in a range of routine and complex therapeutic Endoscopy procedures performed including the emergency endoscopy service. The role is also to support staff to achieve and maintain endoscopy competencies and feel competent and confident to deliver the care required in line with evidence base practice as well as Trust local policies and procedures.
You will work autonomously although in collaboration with other professionals in delivering and maintaining appropriate endoscopy training for the Trust. The role will enable the and support Endoscopy staff from the Trust to become enhanced skilled endoscopy nurses in the wide range of endoscopy procedures and therapies performedMain duties of the job
- Maintain own clinical competence with all aspects of Endoscopy practice and clinical skills
- Demonstrate up-to-date clinical knowledge and skill and understanding of clinical practice within the specialty to provide assurance that the clinical skills training is evidence based and current, acting as both a role model and resource to colleagues
- Work within the clinical environment to provide clinical leadership and supervision within a practice development context
- Support new and current staff to gain confidence and enhance their communication skills to become part of the team
- Guide and direct staff to ensure each individual reaches their clinical, educational and professional potential
- Provide clinical skills, educational support, and direction to new staff and learners to enable the ongoing delivery of high quality care to patients and their families
- Communicate effectively within the team. Participate in motivating and supporting team members
- Link theory to practice within the clinical setting and ensure accurate assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of nursing care
- Act as a knowledge resource
- Act as a role model clinically by ensuring own practice is of a high standard
- In conjunction with all staff ensure all staff are trained to use medical equipment safely and for the purposes that it was intended
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Please find attached to the vacancy a detailed person specification and job description for further information about this role.Person SpecificationQualifications, Knowledge, Experience, Audit and QualityEssential
- Registered Nurse with Nursing & Midwifery Council
- 5 years experience within the specialty of Endoscopy
- High level of skill and competency in the area
- computer skills to use computerised system for accessing patient information, developing a data base of staff training records and typing of correspondence and meeting minutes
- Ability to use initiative lead a team and manage change
- Able to work independently without supervision
- Regular experience of taking charge and delegating duties and problem solving throughout shifts
- Able to supervise Registered Nurses, HCAs and students effectively through effective monitoring, feedback, mentoring, clinical supervision and reflective practice
- Committed to specialty / clinical area of work, Self-motivated and able to motivate others
- Demonstrates ability to use audit and improve quality and encourage others to do so
- Demonstrates awareness of research-based practice and ability to advocate it.
- Demonstrates evidence of well-developed clinical practice, including assessment of people's health and wellbeing, and ability to plan and deliver care
Audit and qualityEssential
- Current knowledge and understanding of issues within healthcare/endoscopy
- Understanding of NHS and endoscopy key targets
Employer detailsEmployer name
- Awareness of GRS, JAG and JETS as well as the national standard for education of nurses in the specialty of Endoscopy
- Experience of consent procedures and nurse consent with knowledge of the department of health requirements for adults consenting for treatment
Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation TrustAddress
Royal United Hospital
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