Looking for a new direction? Fancy joining the nursing team in your local prison but not quite sure if it is for you? Then why not join our Health & Justice Bank where you can work bank adhoc shifts getting a feel for the environment with no commitment of a substantive contract.
CNWL NHS Foundation Trust is a Top Employer Award Winner & works in partnership to provide responsive & dependable primary care, mental health, intellectual disability & substance misuse services to the diverse & culturally rich communities.
In our quest to deliver patient-focused quality care we are looking to recruit highly motivated, innovative & enthusiastic Bank Primary CareStaff Nurses
to join our forward thinking, friendly and expandingHealth & Justice
team across Surrey Prisons.
By joining our Prisons Health Care Team, you will not only look after the healthcare needs of our patients residing in secure environments, but who also have the opportunity to have a real impact on promoting health & well-being.
Our motto isCaring NOT Judging
so by working in partnership with the criminal justice system & other agencies, we provide responsive, dependable & high-quality primary care & mental health services to those who may have offended & those at risk of offending in the communities we serve, to improve their health status & to encourage social inclusion.Main duties of the job
Staff working within Primary Care will:
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- Provide an accessible individual patient assessment, treatment and referral service
- Monitor the ongoing health status of patients and address identified issues
- Work with patients to influence the impact on their health arising from current lifestyle patterns/choices
- Implement effective discharge plans for transfer or release locations
- Co-ordinate multi-disciplinary clinical practice to provide focused integrated care and treatment programmes/packages.
- Work collaboratively with staff of other disciplines e.g. officers and governors to provide integrated and coordinated treatment plans.
With competitive bank rates across the Trust and the addition of a specialist rate only for bank staff support Health & Justice and CAMHs services our teams of temporary workers are as important and valuable to us as our substantive staff.
Temporary Staff Bank Rates
All of our sites in Surrey offer free use of the onsite leisure facilities and free parking for staff.
As an NHS Trust we strongly encourage and support vaccination as this remains the best way to protect yourself, your family, your colleagues and of course patients and service users when working on our healthcare settings. Job descriptionJob responsibilities
Please see full job description and personal specification for full list of responsibilities':
Person SpecificationEducation & QualificationsEssential
- Triage patient needs in accordance with specific standard operating procedures and national policy e.g. NICE guidance
- Assess, plan and implement care for patients within each care/treatment pathway in order to promote wellbeing
- Facilitate the use of evidence based practice to ensure that clinical care is both effective and appropriate
- Carry out general nursing duties
- Maintain contemporaneous records
- Support and make a professional contribution to the development of integrated healthcare
- Act as a preceptor/mentor in accordance with experience
- Registered Nurse Adult
- Numeracy skills required for the safe administration of medicines
- Evidence of relevant Continuous Professional Development
Skills and knowledgeEssential
- Previous experience of working in Primary Care services either as a Band 5 Nurse or a Student Nurse
- Able to communicate with the multi-disciplinary team, present cases, take note of actions, update others in the team and use handover effectively.
- Maintaining accurate, timely, concise and legible clinical records both electronic and handwritten
- Able to talk to people about sensitive issues in a supportive manner but also challenge others assertively where necessary
- Able to maintain patient records
- Care planning: able to assess patients, develop, implement and evaluate a care plan
- Empowering and working in partnership
- Safeguarding and advocacy
- Understanding how the Mental Health Act impacts on their work and the patients they are working with
- Understanding their role in improving safety, clinical outcomes and the patient experience
- Infection control
- Medicines management and administration
- Communicating effectively
- Mentor, teach and support others in the team
- Supervise others in the team
- Contribute to a positive culture in the team, enabling it to be inclusive
Attitudes, aptitudes, personal characteristicsEssential
- oWound care management oClinical triage oEar care oVenepuncture oChronic Disease Management oSmoking cessation oCervical screening
- Be a role model and embody CNWL's values - Caring
- Respectful of others
Employer detailsEmployer name
- The post holder must have the ability to understand and implement the equal opportunities policy at a level appropriate to the job.
- Ability to promote anti-discriminatory and anti-racist practices.
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