Student or Newly Qualified Mental Health Nurses, Band 5
We are looking to recruit enthusiastic student nurses who are due to complete their studies in 2022/23 and who have a passion about providing the best possible nursing care to the people who use our services.
Are you wanting to progress quickly in your career then we provide a comprehensive continuous development programme from the moment you join us. Newly qualified nurses completes a multidisciplinary preceptorship programme with strong links to the integrated care systems we serve. Our monthly career clinics will support you mapping out your development journey and put you in contact with those who can help and support you along the way. Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation is a member of the NHS Leadership Academy South, and amongst several courses and programmes you are offered free coaching and mentoring at points in your career where you need it the most. We take full advantage of the education funding from HEE and ensure this is used across all staff groups and included where needed most, at the frontline
On commencement of the preceptorship period, all newly qualified practitioners will benefit from supernumerary status of at least two weeks. This will enable the newly qualified practitioner time to familiarize themselves with the routine and day-to-day work. It is a period of observation and familiarization.
Taking Charge of a Clinical Area whilst in Preceptorship
At a minimum NRP’s should not take charge of a clinical area for the first six weeks during which time they should work together with their preceptor for a minimum of two days a week – the ‘off duty’ or individual clinician’s calendars can be used as evidence within portfolio to identify this has occurred.
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