1 SPECIALIST CLINICAL PHARMACIST, BAND 8A, PHARMACY DEPARTMENT, NINEWELLS HOSPITAL Information Pack Job Reference: D/LR/189/17 Closing date: MONDAY 19 FEBRUARY 2018
2 Welcome from the Chief Executive Thank you for your interest in this post. As you ll see we have put together some information in this pack about NHS Tayside and where we are located in Scotland. I hope that you find this useful and that you translate your interest in this post into a formal application. As an academic teaching Board, NHS Tayside has an international reputation as a very progressive organisation with a strong track record in delivering high-quality, safe and effective care for all our patients. We have also pioneered patient safety approaches over the past decade with a relentless focus on improving quality and safety and reducing harm. As you will be aware the newly-launched National Clinical Strategy for Scotland sets out the vision and ambition for health and social care services in Scotland for the next 10 to 15 years. Here in NHS Tayside, from early 2015, we have been developing a clinical services strategic framework developed around the clinical community s understanding of what is best practice and this very much reflects the focus of the national strategy. This clinically-led approach is key to our future direction of travel as we are committed to putting our clinicians at the core of our strategic planning and service redesign. Innovation and research are also at the forefront of what NHS Ms Lesley McLay, Chief Executive Tayside stands for and we are proud to have established the first academic health science network in Scotland, jointly supported by the Scottish Government and the University of Dundee. The Academic Health Science Partnership in Tayside brings together the delivery of healthcare services, education, quality improvement and research with the purpose of improving the health of patients. We are proud to employ approximately 14,000 staff in NHS Tayside making us the largest employer in the region. Our staff are our most important asset and we recognise that the people who work within our team are central to ensuring we deliver the highest quality of personcentred care to our patients, every time. This can only be achieved when our staff feel valued and fully engaged and I am pleased to say that in a recent NHSScotland Staff Survey 88% of our staff said they would go the extra mile at work. The final thing I would like to say to any potential applicant is that Tayside occupies a most enviable location on the east coast of Scotland with rivers, hills, mountains and rolling countryside right on our doorstep, as well as vibrant urban areas. Indeed, the under-construction V&A Museum of Design in Dundee will be an international centre of design and is the centrepiece of Dundee s innovative new waterfront development. This, along with Tayside s great links to all other major cities in Scotland, means the area can offer members of staff plenty of choice when it comes to both accommodation and opportunities of things to do in the pursuit of the right work-life balance. We would be delighted to hear from you should you have any questions or require any further information regarding the post. Lesley McLay
3 NHS TAYSIDE VISION, AIM AND VALUE Our Vision Our Aim and Values To find out more about NHS Tayside visit our website at:
4 About NHS Tayside NHS Tayside is responsible for delivering healthcare to more than 400,000 people living in Tayside. We employ around 14,000 staff and provide a comprehensive range of primary, community-based and acute hospital services for the populations of Dundee City, Angus and Perth & Kinross. Our annual budget is now circa 825 million of public money which works out at around 2.3 million spent by NHS Tayside for every day of the year. Tayside area
5 Within NHS Tayside and based on the western edge of Dundee, Ninewells Hospital is one of the largest teaching hospitals in Europe. It is internationally renowned for introducing laparoscopic surgery to the UK as well as being a leading centre in developing fields such as the management of cancer, medical genetics, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, informatics, neuroscience and imaging. Our hospital sites across Tayside also have nursing and research links with the University of Dundee and University of Abertay, Dundee. In Tayside, we have 80,000 admissions every year and there are another 17,000 'same' day procedures. We also run 280,000 outpatient clinic sessions annually. In addition, at the heart of health services in our communities are our GP and primary care services which are there supporting our patients and their families where they live and work. The science of improvement NHS Tayside has been at the forefront of patient safety and the science of improvement. Our aim is to be the best at getting better. We were the first site in Scotland, and one of only four in the UK, to be a pilot site for The Health Foundation's Safer Patient Initiative. The significant successes of this project have embedded a pioneering Tayside-wide approach to patient safety and improvement. Academic Health Science Partnership in Tayside (AHSP) NHS Tayside has embarked on a major collaborative initiative, Academic Health Science Partnership in Tayside (AHSP). It is the first Academic Health Science Network in Scotland with an ambition to transform healthcare locally and globally at the time when it faces many difficult challenges. Building upon the success of previous University of Dundee and NHS Tayside collaborations, AHSP is bringing together the delivery of healthcare services, education, quality improvement and research with the purpose of improving the health of patients through more effective integration of these functions in routine practice.
6 LIVING IN TAYSIDE Discover award-winning towns and cities, breathtaking beaches and alluring countryside. Historically rich and home to Scotland s longest river, Tayside is an innovative and exciting place to begin or expand your career. Dundee, Angus and Perth and Kinross make up this vibrant region - between them offering the perfect blend of city, country and coastline. In fact, you can easily enjoy the tranquility and scenery of neighbouring towns and villages within reach of the region s cities of Dundee and Perth. Find out more about living and working in Tayside at:
7 Education in Tayside In Tayside there are a host of schools, both public and private and excellent colleges and universities making Tayside a family friendly location. Housing in Tayside Whether you want to live in the rural countryside or one of Tayside s vibrant cities or towns, you ll have a variety of housing choices, many below the national average house price. For more information about housing in Tayside, visit the Tayside Solicitors Property Centre and/or Perthshire Solicitors Property Centre websites: Getting around There are excellent connections to and within the region. It only takes approximately 30 minutes to drive between Dundee and Perth and just over an hour between Dundee and Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Glasgow. Travelling and commuting within Tayside is easy by road, bus or train. Dundee s regional airport offers daily flights to London Stansted in addition to private and leisure flights. The international airports at Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen will ensure you are connected from Scotland to the rest of the world. Enter job description here.
8 Job Description 1. JOB IDENTIFICATION Job Title Specialist Clinical Pharmacist: Acute and General Medicine Department(s)/Location Pharmacy 2. JOB PURPOSE Number of Job Holders 1 To co-ordinate, develop and deliver pharmacy services to meet the needs of patients within the area of responsibility as defined in the scope and range. To optimise pharmaceutical care to patients in the area of responsibility to maximise benefit and minimise risk to patients from their medicines, in accordance with local and national priorities. Contribute to the development and implementation of local policy and planning and to the implementation of national strategy in order to achieve best use of medicines and related resources to meet the needs of patients within the area of responsibility. 3. ORGANISATIONAL POSITION Principal Clinical Pharmacist NHS Tayside (Band 8B) This Post Specialist Clinical Pharmacist, (Band 8A) Specialist Clinical Pharmacy Technician, Pre Registration Pharmacists Clinical Pharmacist Rotational Ward based rotational clinical technicians. 4. SCOPE AND RANGE Operational & Managerial The postholder will be the responsible pharmacist for the development and delivery of effective, efficient and responsive pharmacy services that address patient need to the allocated area of responsibility. The post holder will be an integral member of the multidisciplinary team within a defined area of responsibility The postholder will contribute to the operational planning of pharmaceutical services within their area of responsibility and across the wider pharmaceutical service. The postholder has responsibility to line manage a rotational pharmacist (Band 6/7) and supervising pre-registration pharmacy students, Pharmacy Technicians undertaking non-stock ordering of patient medication, or a Template Job Description 05.07
9 Pharmacy Support Worker when Specialist Pharmacy Technician is absent. Professional and Clinical The postholder provides specialist pharmaceutical advice to, and networks with: Pharmacy colleagues (managed and contracted) locally and nationally within specialist area of practice Medical staff Nursing staff Local Management Groups (eg: Clinical Governance) Allied Health Professionals Advisory and executive committees within specialist area of practice (Local and national). Contributes to the development of protocols and procedures and their implementation. Educational establishments undertaking multi-disciplinary training in this specialist area Responsibilities to defined Disease Managed Clinical Networks and teams at a Tayside and Regional level Membership of specialist sub-groups within allocated area of speciality The postholder will be a pre-registration pharmacist supervisor The postholder will be a pre-registration pharmacist tutor if a need arises The postholder will be a foundation Pharmacist if a need arises
10 5. MAIN DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES a) Participate in the long term operational planning and delivery of pharmaceutical care to the area of responsibility, and contribute to the strategic and operational planning within the wider NHS Tayside pharmaceutical service to ensure that services meet local priorities and national standards. Provide devolved management support to the Principal Clinical Pharmacist in service delivery e.g. annual leave co-ordination and preparation of quarterly financial reports for the area of responsibility. b) Take a lead role in the delivery of high quality, specialised pharmaceutical care directly to patients within the area of responsibility to maximise benefit and minimise risk to patients from their medicines and to assure a smooth transition of care between care boundaries. Pharmaceutical care includes ensuring safe use, handling and administration of medicines for individual patients, assessing drug effectiveness, review of medication history and requirements, monitoring unwanted effects, discharge planning and providing patient/carer education c) Deliver a high level of clinical practice in order to act as a role model with advanced clinical knowledge to promote pharmaceutical care within the area of responsibility and the wider pharmaceutical service. d) Contribute to the development and delivery of clinical and corporate governance within the area of responsibility and to the wider clinical governance agenda to assure adherence to legal, and professional requirements and standards, and assure the development and implementation of best practice e.g. Audit against local/national standards e) Manage risks associated with pharmaceutical care/issues/critical incidents within the area of responsibility on a daily basis, in accordance with local procedures, which will include reporting of critical incidents. f) Contribute to the monitoring of, and provide advice on, the effective and efficient use of medicines within the area of responsibility, in order to achieve high quality, cost effective patient care. g) Participate in the recruitment of staff and to supervise and manage staff providing pharmacy services within the area of responsibility. h) Provide, deliver and be involved in uni-, inter- and multi-disciplinary education and training within the area of responsibility and specialisation, to ensure individual and service needs are met e.g. implementation of national standards, therapeutic management of specific conditions, peer review sessions with pharmacy colleagues, pre-registration and junior pharmacist training i) Undertake education and training to non-pharmacists through professional bodies and Dundee University. j) Participate in networking both with colleagues in NHS Tayside Pharmacy Service and across disciplines and other departments both within and outwith NHS Tayside to facilitate consistent standards and ensure efficient service provision e.g. Pharmacy Groups or Specialist Interest Groups.
11 k) Mentor & supervise pharmacy staff undertaking research within the area of responsibility and to participate in multi-professional research, pharmacy practice research and audit, to improve service effectiveness and efficiency and the standards of patient care l) Participate, and take a lead role where appropriate, in the development and implementation of medicines management policies within the area of responsibility. To contribute to the effective working of NHS Tayside Drug and Therapeutics Committee, to assure efficacy, safety and economy in the use of medicines to assure efficacy, safety and economy in the use of medicines. Provide specialist drug information to routine requests by the multi-disciplinary team. m) Provide leadership for designated project implementation and service redesign e.g. Quality Improvement initiatives, research, audit and independent prescribing. n) Manage own time, prioritise own workload and provide leadership in an efficient way o) Undertake regular monitoring of controlled drugs in a clinical area where the use of these medicines is significant. p) The post holder is expected to participate in the extended hours service, on-call service and the weekend cover rota as required by the needs of the service. This includes the provision of a clinical pharmacy and dispensing service at the weekends, at which time the post holder will have delegated responsibility for the pharmacy service provided. q) The post holder is a key holder for the main Pharmacy at Ninewells Hospital, and as such can be contacted in the event of a major incident or security/ building issue As a guide the proportion of time spent on these tasks can be apportioned: Management/supervision/education & training (including day to day staff management, staff development, service planning, governance). 5% Implementation of policy, strategy, projects, governance 15% Communication information, meetings, reports 15% Clinical care 65%
12 6. COMMUNICATIONS AND RELATIONSHIPS The post holder will need to communicate highly complex information and will also be required to influence prescribing behaviour in medical and non-medical prescribers within area of responsibility. The need for highly developed interpersonal and communication skills, written, electronic, verbal, formal and informal is therefore essential. 8. The postholder will be required to communicate and negotiate with colleagues (managed and contracted) from all disciplines and professions from within NHS Tayside on a daily basis including clinicians, pharmacy staff, other multidisciplinary staff within their area of responsibility, and local management committees on a routine basis. They must communicate effectively with patients, families and carers, some of whom may have barriers to understanding (e.g. sensory impairment, learning difficulties, language barriers, elderly, confused and frail patients), using verbal/non-verbal, written and presentation skills as required. This information may be complex, sensitive or contradictory to patients/carers expectations. The postholder will be required to instruct, reassure, encourage and guide patients/carers and other healthcare staff members in the prescribed treatment. Diplomacy, tact and empathy need to be used to deal with difficult situations/opposition, as well as an ability to convey highly complex information in a form readily understood by a variety of target audiences. The postholder will be required to communicate with a variety of audiences in various settings to present/discuss clinical information, patient cases or service provision. This could range from one-to-one tutoring, local group workshops to presentation at national meetings. Internal colleagues from all disciplines and professions within NHS Tayside External Pharmacy and other professional colleagues outwith Tayside, patients and patients representatives, academic colleagues, pharmaceutical industry
13 7. KNOWLEDGE, TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED TO DO THE JOB Practising membership of the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) of Great Britain, requiring a first degree of MPharm or equivalent and meet the professional requirement for CPD The postholder will be an experienced pharmacist with substantial post qualification experience, who can demonstrate a high level of professional practice. They will have completed the Scottish hospital pharmacists vocational training scheme (Stage II Pharmacist to Hospital Pharmacist) or experience to an equivalent level. In addition, they must possess an appropriate post-graduate qualification e.g. Diploma/MSc in relevant field or demonstrate evidence of knowledge, training and experience equivalent to that level. The postholder requires specialist knowledge in their allocated area of responsibility so that they can perform this advanced clinical role. The postholder should have, or be willing to work towards, an independent prescribing qualification. A working knowledge of the NHS including an understanding of management and operational policies, partnership and governance policies and procedures and can demonstrate an understanding of how pharmacy interlinks with other healthcare professions. Leadership and management skills are essential to allow the postholder to contribute to the local implementation of policies, local developments and national clinical standards The postholder will have a good working knowledge and understanding of relevant legislation e.g. Medicines Act, Misuse of Drugs Act, Data Protection Act and Health & Safety at Work Act, and of local policies e.g. Safe & Secure Handling of Medicine
14 8. SYSTEMS AND EQUIPMENT The postholder should be competent in the use of a computer, using standard computer packages, internet search facilities and medical databases, as well as specialist programs such as medicines utilisation and prescribing analysis databases, pharmacy stock labelling and issuing system, a Laboratory result system, Patient Medication Records and Risk Management software. The postholder will be required to formally present information using audio-visual, overhead projectors and computer links. Other equipment essential to perform daily tasks includes fax machine, printer, telephone, pager and mobile telephone. Systems the postholder will be required to operate/oversee within their area of responsibility include: Pharmaceutical patient records/care plans Clinical Governance Preparing, interpreting and acting upon medicines utilisation reports Information & IT security PDP review and objective setting of Pharmacy staff Risk Management and Adverse Incident Management Health & Safety Infection Control Policies Responsibility for Records Management All records created in the course of the business of NHS Tayside are corporate records and are public records under the terms of the Public Records (Scotland) Act This includes messages and other electronic records. It is your responsibility to ensure that you keep appropriate records of your work in NHS Tayside and manage those records in keeping with the NHS Tayside Records Management Policy and with any guidance produced by NHS Tayside specific to your employment. 9. PHYSICAL DEMANDS OF THE JOB The postholder is required to stand for long periods while performing medication checks and participating in ward rounds. The postholder will be required to travel frequently between work locations and occasionally to other venues within and outwith Tayside for meetings or training/development. They may be required to transport files and equipment such as laptop computers. The workload is subject to constant interruption and is unpredictable as priorities change at short notice. The postholder will be able to prioritise their workload, and that of their team, and work to tight deadlines to meet the needs of patients, other multi-disciplinary professionals and management, and the changing needs of the service.
15 Mental effort is required for 3-4 hours at a time during management planning, multidisciplinary ward meetings or using a computer to produce procedures and business reports. is required in problem solving complex patient and service issues involving collaboration and negotiation with other health professionals is required daily for reviewing pharmaceutical therapies, calculations and frequent interruptions for advice is required to respond to daily deadlines Emotional effort Need for empathy and composure when dealing with complex individual patient needs of carers and other staff members, patient complaints and occasionally verbally and/or physically aggressive patients, carers or other staff 10. DECISIONS AND JUDGEMENTS The postholder is expected to use their initiative to act decisively and autonomously in their professional, clinical and managerial capacity, provide supervision to their team, and be accountable for their actions and the actions of their team, without the need to refer to line management. As part of the clinical role they provide, they will have to recommend and implement care plans and medications for individual patients after assessing and analysing clinical, pharmaceutical and social information to identify options for improved patient care. Objectives are jointly agreed annually with the Line Manager and the postholder. Meetings are held in addition approximately 3 monthly between appraisals to review progress against the agreed work plan. Typical decisions include clinical decisions regarding medication for individual patients, advice regarding the local selection and prescribing of medicines within the area of responsibility and service development decisions. The postholder is expected to interpret clinical data from clinical trials, published papers and other sources. They will be expected to clarify areas of uncertainty, and inform the multidisciplinary team within their specialist area about key issues and outcomes as they relate to the delivery of safe and cost-effective prescribing. The postholder may be required to deputise on occasion for their Line Managers.
16 11. MOST CHALLENGING/DIFFICULT PARTS OF THE JOB To build and maintain effective relationships in an evolving structure, across traditional organisational boundaries, to enable delivery of integrated, high quality, patient focused pharmaceutical services. To influence behaviour change in clinicians of all disciplines around good prescribing practice. To influence changes in attitude and behaviour for staff, to enable service redesign and delivery of effective and responsive services that address patient need. Meeting the demands of an area where both the clinical and service developments are changing rapidly with the need to underpin these developments with a consistently high standard of risk management. To prioritise time to best meet demands of an area undergoing regular change. 12. JOB DESCRIPTION AGREEMENT A separate job description will need to be signed off by each postholder to whom the job description applies. Job Holder s Signature: Date: Head of Department s Signature: Date:
17 Person Specification POST REF NO: D/LR/189/17 JOB TITLE/BAND: Specialist Clinical Pharmacist, Band 8a LOCATION: Pharmacy Department, Ninewells Hospital HOURS: 37.5 CRITERIA ESSENTIAL DESIRABLE METHOD OF EVALUATION EXPERIENCE: Evidence of influencing prescribers and members of the multi-disciplinary team. Application and interview. QUALIFICATIONS: (Training; Research; Publications) Evidence of undertaking research, audit and service improvement methodology to progress pharmaceutical care. A working knowledge of clinical information systems, pharmacy computer systems, MI databases and other information systems. Registrant of General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) and commitment to CPD. Significant post registration experience in a relevant field (e.g. in a Healthcare setting). Line management experience and evidence of contribution to the performance review of members of staff. Independent prescriber or willingness to undertake the training to obtain the qualification. Application. KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS: Post graduate Diploma/MSc in relevant field (e.g. Prescribing Sciences or Clinical Pharmacy) or demonstrate evidence of knowledge, training and experience equivalent to that level. Advanced level of clinical experience, reasoning and judgement where information may be limited. Working knowledge and understanding of pharmaceutical standards and national guidelines. Good working knowledge and understanding of legislation. Member of Professional Body (e.g. Royal Pharmaceutical Society). Stage 2 Tutor. Pre-registration tutor. Knowledge and experience of specialist area for this post. Detailed knowledge of NHS Tayside pharmacy policies and procedures. Project management and service improvement experience including change management. Application, interview and reference.
18 Excellent analytical skills and problem solving skills. Ability to process and utilise complex patient and medicines information. Experience of preparing business cases and budget management. PERSONAL QUALITIES: Ability to effectively manage and prioritise own workload, delivering to deadlines with minimal supervision often under pressure and in stressful situations. Ability to work autonomously and to make clinically based judgements. Excellent presentation skills and experience in the education and training of members of staff. Ability to recognise limitations of own experience and willingness to seek expert advice where appropriate. Effective written and verbal communication skills with patients and Healthcare Professionals. Ability to prioritise own workload and service workload. Ability to form working relationships with a wide variety of people and to work as an effective team member. Ability to apply therapeutic knowledge to clinical situations and to tailor the information to suit the recipient. Ability to work calmly and accurately under pressure to meet required deadlines. Application, interview and reference.
19 OTHER: (eg travel across Tayside) Flexibility with working hours/base to meet the needs of the service and patients.
20 General Information POST REF NO: JOB TITLE/GRADE: LOCATION: Conditions of Service Remuneration D/LR/189/17 Specialist Clinical Pharmacist, Band 8A Ninewells Hospital The terms and conditions of service for this post are those determined by the NHS Staff Council. The current salary scale for the post is 40,833 to 49,000 per annum (pro rata for part-time staff). Placing on the scale on appointment is normally at the minimum but may be higher subject to verification of previous relevant service. Salary is paid monthly by Bank Credit Transfer. Hours of Duty The hours of the post are 37.5 per week. The contracted weekly hours may be worked over any reference period, e.g. 150 hours (pro rata for part time staff) over four weeks or annualised hours, with due regard for compliance with employment legislation, such as the Working Time Regulations. Start and finish times will be determined by the needs of the service. Superannuation Membership of the NHS Superannuation Scheme is not compulsory but is open to all staff between the ages of 16 and 70 (65 in some instances). The contributions paid are a percentage of superannuable pay, which is essentially basic pay excluding, for example, overtime or travelling expenses. Contribution rates with effect from are as follows: Annual Pensionable Pay Contribution (Full-time equivalent) Up to 16, % 16,529 to 22, % 22,218 to 27, % 27,635 to 50, % 50,972 to 72, % 72,771 to 113, % 113,626 and above 14.7% Contributions are subject to tax relief and reduced National Insurance contributions. NHS Tayside also makes a substantial contribution towards scheme benefits currently around 14% of basic pay. Annual Leave On appointment = 27 days (pro rata for part-time Staff) or 5.4 weeks per year.
21 After 5 years aggregated service = 29 days (pro rata for part-time staff) or 5.8 weeks per year After 10 years aggregated service = 33 days (pro rata for part-time staff) or 6.6 weeks per year Public Holidays = 8 days (pro rata for part-time staff) or 1.6 weeks per year References Occupational Health Clearance Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exclusions and Exceptions) (Scotland) Order 2003 Disclosure Scotland Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006 All offers of appointment are subject to receipt of two satisfactory references. All offers of appointment to new entrants to the National Health Service are subject to a medical examination. Medical examinations are arranged and undertaken by Occupational Health (OH). All current or spent criminal convictions, cautions, warnings or any case pending must be disclosed prior to commencing in employment as detailed on the application form. Please note that having a conviction will not automatically debar you from obtaining employment with NHS Tayside. Careful consideration will be given to the relevance of the offence to the particular post in question. However, if you are appointed, and it is found that you did not reveal a previous conviction your employment may be terminated. The successful applicant will be required to become a member of the Protecting Vulnerable Groups Scheme (PVG) in respect of regulated work with protected adults and regulated work with children. It is a criminal offence for an employer to employ anyone who does not have permission to live or work in the UK. Shortlisted applicants will be asked to produce specific original documentation at interview e.g. Passport, or full birth certificate together with an official document giving the applicants permanent National Insurance Number and name issued by a Government Agency or a previous employer, as well as photocopies of these documents. Professional Registration/ Induction Standards Code of Conduct Smoking Policy You should have current and continuing professional registration with GPhC and hold the appropriate qualification(s). NHS Tayside operates a No Smoking Policy and smoking is prohibited within NHS premises and grounds. Fair Processing Notice NHS Tayside is under a duty to protect the public funds it administers, and to this end may use the information you provide on your Application Form for the prevention and detection of fraud. It may also share this information with other bodies responsible for auditing or administering public funds for these purposes. For further information see:
22 e/index.htm or contact Applications Completed forms should be returned to: quoting the job reference in the subject line or HR & OD Directorate, NHS Tayside, Level 9, Ninewells Hospital, Dundee DD1 9SY By closing date of 19 th February 2018 Your Application Form must be completed in full. Please note copies of Curriculum Vitae, Qualifications and Course Certificates will not be accepted at this stage. All completed applications are held in HR & OD Directorate until the closing date. After the closing date a panel will meet to prepare an interview shortlist. Once this decision has been made, all shortlisted applicants will be ed to invite them to attend for interview. It is important that you check your s regularly, including your junk/spam folder. This process takes approximately 6 weeks. Therefore, if you have not been contacted regarding interview within 6 weeks of the closing date, your application has been unsuccessful and you will receive no further correspondence from HR & OD Directorate. Thank you for your interest in working for NHS Tayside.
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