- To provide a quality primary care service and a range of specialist interventions for offenders.
- To support junior colleagues.
- Assist & support the Team managers (Band 7) as directed to deliver a nurse-led integrated primary care service and develop a specialist practice-based clinical model of care to Bristol, South Gloucestershire & Wiltshire South-West prisons.
Main duties of the job Key Principles of health and wellbeing model for Prison Service
Patient focused with health promotion at the heart of our care
Putting the right staff in the right place at the right time - specialist posts to ensure that experience is on hand to lead and support patients e.g., leads in learning disability, long term conditions, older adults, complex case practitioners and discharge coordinators.
Designing and delivering healthcare for the unique needs of each prison.
Being highly supportive of clinical and prison staff with training and support enabling the team to work smarter and as part of an effective Multi Professional Team.
Oxleas - About Us
Oxleas offers a wide range of NHS healthcare services to people in community and secure environment settings. Our services include community health care such as district nursing and speech and language therapy, care for people with learning disabilities and mental health care such as psychiatry, nursing and therapies. Our multidisciplinary teams look after people of all ages and we work in close partnership with other parts of the NHS, local councils and the voluntary sector and through our new provider collaboratives. Our 4,300 members of staff work in many different settings including hospitals, clinics, prisons, secure hospitals, children's centres, schools and people's homes.
We have over 125 sites in a variety of locations in the South of England. In London we operate within the Boroughs of Bexley, Bromley Greenwich and into Kent. We manage hospital sites including Queen Mary's Hospital, Sidcup and Memorial Hospital, Woolwich, as well as the Bracton Centre, our medium secure unit for people with mental health needs. We are the largest NHS provider of prison health services providing healthcare to prisons within Devon, Dorset, Bristol, Wiltshire and Gloucestershire, Kent and South London. We are proud of the care we provide and our people.
Our purpose is to improve lives by providing the best possible care to our patients and their families. This is strengthened by our new values:
- We're Kind
- We're Fair
- We Listen
- We Care
Job description Job responsibilities
- The post holder will exercise a high degree of personal and professional autonomy and have the ability to plan and reach complex and critical judgments and have decision making skills.
- To deliver high quality clinical care within the Integrated Healthcare Service for the prison. This will include acute & primary care, long term conditions management, enhanced assessment and diagnostic intervention services and health promotion activities and be in line with the NHS Plan, public health indicators and National Service Frameworks.
- To demonstrate and provide robust expert clinical skills with a sound understanding of evidence-based nursing practice to provide a pro-active approach to ensure quality and outcome driven practice on a day-to-day basis.
- To support the development of evidence-based practice in the specialist field and to promote research as appropriate.
- To participate in managerial and professional clinical supervision programme, to ensure junior staff receive appropriate supervision, training and annual appraisal and to ensure that it becomes an integral part of team practice.
- To ensure the implementation of effective and appropriate patient centred care planning tools, long-term condition registers and consistent delivery throughout all the prisons within the service.
- The post holder will work collaboratively with the Clinical Lead, GPs, and other clinicians to meet and review service needs as required
- To deputise for the Team manager as required.
Person Specification Education/Qualifications Essential
- oProfessional Qualification. (Registered General Nurse)
- oPost Graduate Qualification or equivalent experience.
- oMinimum of two years' experience at Band 5.
- oWorking knowledge of current issues/agendas facing prison/offender healthcare
- oExperience of multi-professional collaboration including working in partnership with other statutory and voluntary organisations.
- o Experience of setting, monitoring and evaluating standards of care.
- oExperience of working within secure & prison settings (desirable but not essential)
- oAbility to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing, presenting ideas with clarity in a persuasive and influential style.
- oAbility to demonstrate an understanding of change management and new ways of working.
- oAbility to lead and empower people to make decisions and to plan ahead.
- oKnowledge of current National Prison Health Quality & Performance Indicators
- oGood analytical and judgement skills
Effort and Environment Essential
- oAbility to manage complex & challenging behaviour
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