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CPN- Band 6

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CPN- Band 6

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Régió: Anglia
 
Hozzáadva: 2019.11.24.
Jelentkezési határidő: 2019.12.03.
Would you like to be part of a team at a Trust rated 'Good' in a recent CQC report, where there's a real supportive and inclusive ethos and sense of community?
Are you a CPN ready to help transform Mental Health Services? If so read on…
We have a placement opportunity available for a CPN at Camden And Islington NHS Foundation Trust!!!!
Responsibilities
  • To carry out comprehensive individual assessments, of clients, physical, psychological, mental healthandsocial situation. This information then forms the basis on which an individualised recovery plan is formulatedforeach client. This process needs to be done in partnership with clients, their carers and other partneragenciesinvolved in their care. The planning will be for the whole client journey and may include completion of CCA'sandfollow up on aftercareplans.
  • To be responsible for the clinical care of a defined caseload of clients on an individual basis withcomplexdrug/alcohol related problems ensuring clinical care is delivered in accordance with Trust policies,nationalguidance and evidence basedpractice
  • To be involved in the development and monitoring of standards of care, clinical audit, research andoutcomesto enhance and develop good clinicalpractice.
  • Attend meetings and case conferences as appropriate with client, carers and other professionals, thisincludeschildprotectionconferences,CPA's,Panelmeetings,multi-agencymeetingsetc.Wherenecessary,reportswouldneed to besupplied.
  • To regularly review Recovery plans with clients and ensure that goals are SMART and cover allrelevantdomains of treatment. To ensure that all activity and information is entered in the clinical note system,relevantservice databases and within time frames specified. To comply fully with all NTDMS and trust datarequirements.
  • Toadministervaccinations,injectionsandundertake BBVtesting.Todeliverotherphysicalhealth interventions as relevant to client'sneeds.
  • If appropriately qualified to deliver non-medical prescribing within scope of practice and trust guidelines for alcohol and drug clients attending the service.
  • To develop positive working relationships and advocate for clients with a wide range of statutoryandvoluntary organisations to include GPs, Community Mental Health Teams, General Hospitals, criminaljusticesystemandappropriateothers.Tobeinvolvedinthedevelopmentandimplementationofnewpractice, policiesandguidelines.
  • To mentor and supervise junior staff/students/ peer mentors whereappropriate.
  • Toleadon coordinatingsatelliteclinicsand developingspecialistareas,serviceuserinvolvement,policiesandguidance asrequired.
  • To participate and cover specific duty/triage sessions. To be involved in the day to day running oftheservice ensuring that all clients' needs are met. To cover for senior staff where necessary. Post-holder maybeasked to carry out tasks in other areas if there are pressures on other parts of the Treatmentsystem.
Skills and Personal Qualities:
  • To apply for this post, you will have the following:
  • Delivery of a high-quality service, working both independently and as part of a well-established team.
  • You should be a good team player, preferably have experience and an interest in community work, and if possible, experience of working within adult or older people's service.
  • You will engage, assess and formulate appropriate plans of care for service users, coordinate their care and signpost to other services as appropriate, as well as being a good communicator who can maintain good working relationships.
  • Each Community Psychiatric Nurse will be required to hold care co-ordinator responsibility for several service users
    In return you will have a fulfilling and varied role within a friendly and supportive team. You will receive active management support and opportunities for personal and professional development.
Essential Criteria:
  • Current Professional Qualification in Mental Health Nursing with a live NMC registration
  • 6 months experience in community Mental Health
  • Able to build constructive relationships with clients and carers using warmth and empathy, using good communication skills.
Helyek Anglia
Kategória Egészségügy / Szociális ellátás
Aktiválás időpontja 2019.11.24.
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