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Trainee Advanced Clinical Practitioner

Employer
George Eliot Hospital NHS Trust
Location
Nuneaton
Salary
£43,742 to £50,056 a year Rising to £50,952 - 57,349 on completion of masters program
Closing date
5 Jun 2024

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Profession
Other Health Profession
Grade
Band 7
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Job Title: Trainee Advanced Clinical Practitioner

Hours per Week: 37.5 hours a week

Salary: �43,742 -�50,056

Closing Date: 6th June 2024

Interview Date: 14th June 2024

You will be employed as a trainee, to successfully complete the Advanced Clinical Practice (ACP) Master's Degree (MSc Level 7, 3 years) program in line with the Health Education England (HEE) Multi-professional Framework for Advanced Clinical Practice, and their primary professional regulatory body.

You will work towards fulfilling the expectations and core capabilities of an ACP as set out in the HEE Multi-professional Framework for Advanced Clinical Practice in England. This will be achieved through workplace-based assessments in clinical practice, with a named clinical supervisor, and clinical supervision in own service/specialty area.

The trainee role will be supported in their professional development and wellbeing, in order to prepare for transition to a qualified ACP role on achievement of the academic requirements, and evidence of workplace-based capability and competence within their service/specialty.

As a trainee will be expected to demonstrate and develop proficiency across the four pillars of Advanced Clinical Practice, namely Clinical, Leadership and Management, Education and Research

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Careers at George Eliot - 'Where you make a difference'

Main duties of the job

The tACP post holder will be supported to develop skills, practices, and behaviours which...

Practice in compliance with their respective code of professional conduct, being responsible and accountable for their decisions, actions, or omissions at this level of advanced practice.

Work towards demonstrating a critical understanding of their broadened level of responsibility and autonomy, recognising the limits of their own competence and scope of practice, to include when working with complexity, risk, or uncertainty.

Develops own professional judgment skills identifying when to escalate and seek help/guidance, critically reflecting on practice, self-awareness, emotional intelligence, and their willingness to change or challenge thought processes.

Learn to work in partnership with individuals, families, and carers, using a range of assessment methods as appropriate (e.g. history-taking and physical assessments, holistic assessments, identifying risk factors, mental health assessments, requesting/undertaking and/or interpreting diagnostic tests, and conducting health needs assessments).

For registered professionals that are able to prescribe, in roles requiring therapeutic medications and treatments, and after approval from the Trust's Non-Medical Prescribing Lead, the trainee will undertake the Non-Medical Prescribing Module.

About us

Come and join our ever-expanding team of clinicians here at George Eliot Emergency Department. You will work closely with clinical colleagues to promote good working relationships with all members of the multi-disciplinary team. You will lead by example and act as a role model within the Trust, working collaboratively with colleagues, managers and matrons and ensure effective communication within the team.

Here at George Eliot our vision to 'excel at patient care' takes centre stage. An ever evolving clinically-led acute service provider we are on a journey to continually provide high quality, safe and responsive services delivered by inspiring, friendly and compassionate staff who share our corporate values which underpin everything we do. Our values are not just words on a piece of paper, they bond us together, reflect our ambition and shape who we are:

Effective Open Communication

excellence and safety in everything we do

Challenge but support

Expect respect and dignity

Local health that inspires confidence

Benefits: On-site nursery, 27 days minimum annual leave plus bank holidays, cycle to work scheme, flexible working, extensive in-house course learning directory, buying and selling of annual leave, subsidised restaurant, tranquillity garden and generous subsidised on-site parking.

Job description

Job responsibilities

You will be employed as a trainee, to successfully complete the Advanced Clinical Practice (ACP) Masters Degree (MSc Level 7, 3 years) program in line with the Health Education England (HEE) Multi-professional Framework for Advanced Clinical Practice, and their primary professional regulatory body.

You will work towards fulfilling the expectations and core capabilities of an ACP as set out in the HEE Multi-professional Framework for Advanced Clinical Practice in England. This will be achieved through workplace-based assessments in clinical practice, with a named clinical supervisor, and clinical supervision in own service/specialty area.

The trainee role will be supported in their professional development and wellbeing, in order to prepare for transition to a qualified ACP role on achievement of the academic requirements, and evidence of workplace-based capability and competence within their service/specialty.

As a trainee will be expected to demonstrate and develop proficiency across the four pillars of Advanced Clinical Practice, namely Clinical, Leadership and Management, Education and Research

You will be expected to work towards successfully completing the Royal College of Emergency Medicine Advanced Clinical Practitioner curriculum. The curriculum defines the competences that the EM-ACP is expected to demonstrate and describes the expected standard and required evidence. The trainee will aim for credential status with the College.

You will be required to work as part of a skilled team to support and provide safe, clinical and effective clinical care. You will be expected to provide a holistic, patient-centred approach to planning care and undertake a range of clinical duties.

Person Specification

Qualifications

Essential

  • Significant experience within speciality of Emergency Care
  • Proven evidence ofmanagement ability and leadership skills
  • Excellent clinical and practical skills
  • Awareness of clinical governance issues and measures of quality
  • Experience of clinical governance practices, audit, service evaluation or quality improvement in clinical practice
  • Ability to appraise evidence, using analytical and problem-solving skills to inform decisionmaking, and ability to respond to sudden unexpected demands.
  • Demonstrable evidence of research capability, or the application ofresearch evidence to own clinical practice


Desirable

  • Mentoring or Facilitating Workplace Learning Qualification
  • Leadership Course or Qualification
  • Advanced Life Support Course relevant to speciality
  • Specialist post-graduate education / qualificationsrelevant to area of clinical practice for tACP role
  • Experience of change management
  • Existing technical clinical procedural skills relevant to clinical service


Skills and Abilities

Essential

  • Commitment to studying for and completing, a master's Level 7 ACP post-graduate degree.
  • Commitment to evidencing own professional development, capabilities, and competency development via work- based assessments and use of a portfolio.
  • Willingness to engage in clinical supervision to develop knowledge, skills, and behaviours acrossthe breadth of the four pillars of advanced practice.
  • Ability to recognise and analyse complex situations, utilising decision-making skills to take appropriate action.
  • Enthusiasm towards teaching and sharing knowledge with others in the MDT
  • Demonstration of leadership in clinical practice
  • Ability to recognise own limitations, working within scope of practice, acting on feedback from clinical supervisors when required.
  • Flexibility to work a variety of shifts, which may include days/weekends or nights, as required to complete the ACP training and clinical supervision in practice, and dependent on service needs
  • Evidence of effective team working as part of a multi-disciplinary professional team


Desirable

  • Ability to undertake clinical audits or service evaluations
  • Evidence of delivering educational teaching and associated evaluations, internally and/or externally to the organisation


Personal Qualities

Essential

  • Demonstrates a clear vision of the tACP role in developing the clinical service
  • Aligned to the Trust values
  • Conducts themselves in a professional manner at all times
  • Positive attitude to all tasks and stakeholders
  • Willingness and enthusiasm towards working as part of a multi-disciplinary team in delivering care
  • Demonstrate and promote team inclusivity


Employer details

Employer name

George Eliot Hospital NHS Trust

Address

George Eliot Hospital NHS Trust

College Street,

Nuneaton

CV10 7DJ

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