1 Queen s Crescent Surgery 10 Queen s Crescent Glasgow G4 9BL Dr Andrew D Crighton Tel: Dr Janet S Chapman Dr Ibtesam A Ali Fax: Web: Dear Applicant, March 2014 PRACTICE NURSE, NURSING, QUEEN S CRESCENT SURGERY Please apply for this position by downloading and completing the application form at where you can also find full details of the position. We strongly recommend that you read the job description fully to ensure you have the necessary requirements for this position before you apply. Once the position has closed and shortlisting undertaken you will be notified via with the outcome of your application. Please ensure that you check your account regularly for an update on the status of your application. Positions with patient contact have been identified as requiring a Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) check or Disclosure check. The level and type of disclosure required will be discussed further at interview stage. Any subsequent offer of employment will be subject to a satisfactory PVG / Disclosure check. A copy of the Surgery s policy statement on the Recruitment of Ex-Offenders is available from the Practice Manager. Disability and Employment - If you have a disability or long-term health problem, the Surgery is committed to offering reasonable adjustments throughout the recruitment process and employment. If you require further information or support, please contact the Practice Manager. For further information about this position, or to arrange an informal visit, please contact the Practice Manager on the above details. You can find further information regarding the Surgery as well as the benefits that we have to offer, on Surgery website. We look forward to hearing from you. Yours faithfully, Queen s Crescent Surgery This surgery operates within NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
2 QUEEN S CRESCENT SURGERY TERMS AND CONDITIONS Job Title: Practice Nurse Grade: Agenda for Change Band 6 26,041-34,876 per annum (pro rata, if applicable) Salary: Notice: Probation Period: Progression through the Agenda for Change salary scale will be subject to competency assessment through the Agenda for Change Knowledge and Skills Framework Bands 1-5 = 4 weeks notice Bands 6-7 = 8 weeks notice Band 8 + = 12 weeks notice 6 months Hours: Annual Leave: Superannuation Scheme: Other Terms and Conditions: 24 hours per week Annual leave entitlements are based upon the following lengths of NHS/Healthcare service (pro rata if applicable): On Appointment = 27 days After five years = 29 days After ten years = 33 days Membership of the Scottish Public Pensions Agency (SPPA) is voluntary. The contribution rate for employees is 8.0% 9.5% of salary As set out in Surgery policies as agreed by the Queen s Crescent Surgery management. Please note that the Main Terms and Conditions implied here are subject to change and may differ from your proposed contract should you be successful with this application.
3 Job Advertisement Join our expanding and forward thinking surgery delivering high quality care in the Glasgow Area. We are looking to recruit a passionate Practice Nurse on a permanent basis, who can demonstrate initiative and self-motivation within our current nursing team of 2 Practice Nurses. We are envisaging the role will be for 24 hours per week, however, this will be confirmed at the first interview stage. The successful candidate(s) will be capable of managing their own workload and preferably have experience in primary care. Standard practice nursing duties will include (but not be limited to) carrying out venepuncture, B.P.s, ear syringing, dressings and immunisations. Experience of the GMS contract, QoF, Enhanced Services, EMIS and Docman would be advantageous. Days and hours are flexible in line with the surgery s needs, although these will be reviewed regularly. General Practice experience is advantageous but not essential. In return we fully support study and personal development and offer a competitive salary dependent on skills and experience. Closing date: Monday 07 April (12 noon) Proposed Interview date: Thursday 01 May (Please note: this is subject to change depending on applicant volume) For further information, please contact: Mr Mathew Pay Practice Manager Queen s Crescent Surgery 10 Queen s Crescent Glasgow G4 9BL Tel: Fax:
4 QUEEN S CRESCENT SURGERY Job Description 1. JOB DETAILS Job Title: Division: Practice Nurse Nursing Band: 6 Location: Responsible to: Accountable to: Queen s Crescent Surgery Practice Manager Practice Manager 2. JOB PURPOSE To deliver a high standard of patient care in general practice setting, using advanced autonomous clinical skills, and a broad, in-depth theoretical knowledge base. To manage a clinical caseload and dealing with presenting patient s needs in a primary care setting. To work collaboratively with the nursing team and ensure the highest standards of care are provided for the patients. To develop the nursing services and clinics offered by the practice. To provide clinical leadership within the practice. 3. DIMENSIONS Financial and Physical: Manages - Responsible for supporting Practice Manager in effective budgetary management of clinical area within the agreed budgetary and activity levels Impacts - Maintains stock control, responsible for ordering supplies Workforce: Manages - None - Located - Not Applicable Impacts - Not Applicable
5 Other: None 4. ORGANISATIONAL CHART Practice Manager Cleaner Practice Nurse Deputy Practice Manager Practice Nurse Practice Nurse Administrator Administrator Administrator Administrator Administrator Administrator Administrator 5. KEY RESULT AREA Clinical Provide the choice of direct access to a Practice Nurse, both in the surgery and over the telephone, for the general practice population Make professionally autonomous decisions for which he/she is accountable Provide a first point of contact within the surgery for patients presenting with undifferentiated, undiagnosed problems, making use of skills in history taking, physical examination, problem-solving and clinical decisionmaking, to establish a diagnosis and management plan Instigate necessary invasive and non-invasive diagnostic tests or investigations and interpret findings/reports Where the post holder is an independent prescriber: to prescribe safe, effective and appropriate medication as defined by current legislative framework Provide safe, evidence-based, cost-effective, individualised patient care Offer a holistic service to patients and their families, developing where appropriate an on-going plan of care/support, with an emphasis on prevention and self-care Promote health and well-being through the use of health promotion, health education, screening and therapeutic communication skills
6 Refer patients directly to other services/agencies as appropriate Take the Practice lead in developing and delivering specialist primary care services, such as long term disease management (diabetes, asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, coronary heart disease and hypertension) Work with nursing, medical and administrative colleagues to ensure that National Service Frameworks (eg Coronary Heart Disease/Older People/ Diabetes /Mental Health) are being delivered Work with mutli-disciplinary team within the Practice, and across the wider district, to promote integrated and seamless pathways of care Contribute to the practice achieving its quality targets to sustain the high standards of patient care and service delivery Participate in identification of community health needs and develop patient/family-centred strategies to address them Help develop and set up new patient services and participate in initiatives to improve existing patient services Be aware of and contribute to planning and delivery of practice-based commissioning Education Promote a learning environment for patients, nurses and other health professionals. Contribute to the planning and implementation of the teaching for existing staff, such as medical students, nursing students, GP registrars and health care assistants, within the Practice. Professional Promote evidence-based practice through the use of the latest researchbased guidelines and the development of practice-based research. Monitor the effectiveness of their own clinical practice through the quality assurance strategies such as the use of audit and peer review Maintain their professional registration Participate in continuing professional development opportunities to ensure that up-to-date evidence-based knowledge and competence in all aspects of the role is maintained Work within the latest NMC Code of Professional Conduct Record accurate consultation data in patients records in accordance with the latest NMC guidance and other pertinent standards
7 Keep up to date with pertinent health-related policy and work with the practice team to consider the impact and strategies for implementation Work collaboratively with colleagues within and external to the practice. Demonstrate leadership Pro-actively promote the role of the NP within the Practice, and externally to key stakeholders and agencies Managerial Encourage and develop teamwork within the practice. Participate in multi-disciplinary protocol and Patient Group Directions development Identify appropriate opportunities to delegate both clinical and administrative tasks to more junior staff. Help the practice operate in a cost-effective manner. Identify and manage nursing care risks on a continuing basis. Participate in practice meetings and practice management meetings, reporting progress as required. Participate in audits and inspections as appropriate. Work closely with the doctors and administrative team in the setting up and/or improving of practice systems for monitoring/measuring performance against Clinical Governance and Quality Indicator targets. Ensure that all Practice Policy s are fully implemented 6. COMMUNICATIONS AND WORKING RELATIONSHIPS Internal: Other Healthcare: Nursing team Administration team Practice Manager GP Partners Domestic staff Pharmacy staff Heath visitors District nurses Patients NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde Health Board Other GP Practices Community nursing teams Community midwives Ambulance personnel Physiotherapists Mental health workers
8 External: Other: NHS Health Boards Primary Care Trusts Glasgow City Community Health Partnership Patients Relatives Company representatives Funeral directors Suppliers None 7. PHYSICAL EFFORT Combination of sitting, standing, walking / frequent light effort for several short periods: Highly developed physical skills involving manual dexterity; clinical examination, screening and treatment skills; IT skills. 8. MENTAL EFFORT Frequent concentration, work pattern predictable: Concentration for patient history and assessment including documentation when only a short appointment time is given. Unscheduled patients being fitted in to Surgery Appointments without prior warning. Working daily with patients registered in the practice from diverse, ethnic, social and intellectual backgrounds. Interruptions from telephone, or persons requiring entry to a room for equipment etc. on a daily basis. The ability to act expediently and appropriately in responding to crisis situations. Ongoing requirement for continual updating and learning of techniques in practice including audit and IT skills. 9. EMOTIONAL EFFORT Occasional / frequent distressing or emotional circumstances: Occasional verbal and physical aggression. Communicating with distressed, anxious patients and carers. Communicating with patients and carers, from diverse, ethnic, social and intellectual backgrounds. Discussing sensitive results and managing sensitive conditions with patients and carers across the age span on a regular basis. Dealing with vulnerable people and being alert to child protection issues. Team issues and staff support. Balance of nursing priorities and GP expectation. 10. WORKING CONDITIONS Frequent unpleasant conditions; occasional / frequent highly unpleasant conditions: Involved with exposure prone procedures and body fluids on a daily basis. Occasional exposure to unpleasant sights and smells. Dealing with aggressive behaviour, in a confined environment.
9 11. MOST CHALLENGING PART OF THE JOB Delivering highly specialised and individualised nursing care including the running of specialist clinics. The postholder is required to ensure they meet their requirements as outlined by their professional registered body in relation to personal and professional development. The postholder will frequently provide and receive complex and sensitive information which may prove troublesome to process due to barriers in understanding this information.
10 12. PERSON SPECIFICATION Job Title: Practice Nurse Division: Nursing Band: 6 Essential Desirable Measurement / Testing Method Experience Experience of patients with complex health and social care needs Experience in leading a team Application form Interview References Experience in Practice Nursing Experience of working with patients in a General Practice setting Skills Excellent IT skills EMIS Application form Good communication skills (written and verbal) Ability to work unsupervised Docman Change management skills Interview References Self-motivated Excellent timekeeping skills Excellent prioritisation skills Attention to detail and complete accuracy Organised, confident and able to work on own initiative Knowledge Knowledge of patients with complex health & social needs Knowledge of recent Knowledge of NHS Scotland healthcare funding Knowledge of the GMS contract Application form Interview References
11 government strategies national and local Knowledge of NHS environment and current policies affecting the health of the population Knowledge of research and evidence based practice Clear understanding of standards and audit Recent experience in working in a range of clinical settings Evidence of leadership and managerial skills Education Qualified and registered Nurse Diploma in nursing studies (or similar) Degree in nursing studies (or similar) Practice Nursing qualification Application form Interview References Postgraduate healthcare qualifications Independent / Supplementary prescribing Continuing Professional Development
12 Other Current registration with the Nursing & Midwifery Council (or equivalent) Maintaining confidentiality Ability to recognise own limitations, identify learning needs and act on them appropriately Application form Interview References Positive and friendly persona Flexibility in working patterns Commitment to personal and professional development To be aware of and adhere to the practice s vision, mission and values This job description is intended to provide an outline of the key tasks and responsibilities only. There may be other duties required of the post holder commensurate with the position. The responsibilities may be amended, after discussion with the postholder, to take into account the development of both the post and the practice. All members of staff should be prepared to take on additional duties or relinquish existing duties in order to maintain the effective running of the practice.
13 Job Title: Practice Nurse Division: Nursing Band: 6 Location: Queen s Crescent Surgery Queen s Crescent Surgery Agreed Knowledge and Skills Outline DIMENSIONS Level for Post CORE Communication Personal and people development Health, safety and security Service improvement Quality Equality and diversity HEALTH AND WELLBEING HWB5 Provision of care to meet health and wellbeing needs HWB7 Interventions and treatments INFORMATION AND KNOWLEDGE IK2 Information collection and analysis GENERAL G2 Development and innovation
14 CORE: Communication (Level 3) Develop and maintain communication with people about difficult matters and/or in difficult situations The postholder: a) identifies the range of people likely to be involved in the communication, any potential communication differences and relevant contextual factors b) communicates with people in a form and manner that: is consistent with their level of understanding, culture, background and preferred ways of communicating is appropriate to the purpose of the communication and the context in which it is taking place encourages the effective participation of all involved c) recognises and reflects on barriers to effective communication and modifies communication in response d) provides feedback to other workers on their communication at appropriate times e) keeps accurate and complete records of activities and communications consistent with legislation, policies and procedures. f) communicates in a manner that is consistent with relevant legislation, policies and procedures.
15 CORE: Personal and people development (Level 2) Develop own knowledge and skills and provide information to others to help their development The postholder: a) assesses and identifies: feedback from others on own work how s/he is applying knowledge and skills in relation to the KSF outline for the post own development needs and interests in the current post what has been helpful in his/her learning and development to date b) takes an active part in the development review of own work against the KSF outline for the post with their reviewer and suggests areas for learning and development in the coming year c) takes responsibility for own personal development and takes an active part in learning opportunities d) evaluates the effectiveness of learning opportunities and alerts others to benefits and problems e) keeps up-to-date records of own development review process f) offers information to others when it will help their development and/or help them meet work demands.
16 CORE: Health, safety and security (Level 3) Promote, monitor and maintain best practice in health, safety and security The postholder: a) identifies: the risks involved in work activities and processes how to manage the risks how to help others manage risk b) undertakes work activities consistent with: legislation, policies and procedures the assessment and management of risk c) monitors work areas and practices and ensures they: are safe and free from hazards conform to health, safety and security legislation, policies, procedures and guidelines d) takes the necessary action in relation to risks e) identifies how health, safety and security can be improved and takes action to put this into effect.
17 CORE: Quality (Level 3) Contribute to improving quality The postholder: a) acts consistently with legislation, policies, procedures and other quality approaches and promotes the value of quality approaches to others b) understands own role in the organisation and its scope and identifies how this may develop over time c) works as an effective and responsible team member and enables others to do so d) prioritises own workload and organises and carries out own work in a manner that maintains and promotes quality e) evaluates the quality of own and others work and raises quality issues and related risks with the relevant people f) supports the introduction and maintenance of quality systems and processes in own work area g) takes the appropriate action when there are persistentquality problems.
18 CORE: Equality and diversity (Level 2) Supportive equality and value diversity The postholder: a) recognises the importance of people s rights and acts in accordance with legislation, policies and procedures b) acts in ways that: acknowledge and recognise people s expressed beliefs, preferences and choices respect diversity value people as individuals c) takes account of own behaviour and its effect on others d) identifies and takes action when own
19 HEALTH AND WELLBEING: Provision of care to meet health and wellbeing needs (Level 4) Plan, deliver and evaluate care to address people s complex health and wellbeing needs The postholder: a) respects people s dignity, wishes and beliefs; involves them in shared decision making; and obtains their consent b) identifies with the people concerned: goals for the specific activities to be undertaken within the context of their overall care plan and their complex health and wellbeing needs the nature of the different aspects of care needed to meet their complex needs the involvement of other people and/or agencies relevant evidence-based practice and/or clinical guidelines how to manage possible risks c) undertakes care in a manner that is consistent with: evidence-based practice and/or clinical guidelines multidisciplinary team working his/her own knowledge, skills and experience legislation, policies and procedures applying own skills, knowledge and experience and using considered judgment to meet people s different care needs d) takes the appropriate action to address any issues or risks e) evaluates the effectiveness of care and makes any necessary modifications f) provides effective feedback to inform the overall care plan g) makes complete records of the work undertaken, people s health and wellbeing, needs and related risks.
20 HEALTH AND WELLBEING: Interventions and treatment (Level 3) Plan, deliver and evaluate interventions and/or treatment The postholder: a) respects individuals dignity, wishes and beliefs; involves them in shared decision making; and obtains their consent b) identifies with the individuals concerned: goals for the specific activities to be undertaken within the context of the overall treatment plan and the individual s physiological and/or psychological functioning the nature of the different aspects of the intervention/treatment the involvement of other people and/or agencies relevant evidence-based practice and/or clinical guidelines any specific precautions or contraindications to the proposed interventions/treatments and takes the appropriate action c) prepares appropriately for the intervention/treatment to be undertaken d) undertakes the intervention/treatment in a manner that is consistent with: evidence-based practice and/or clinical guidelines/established theories and models multidisciplinary team working his/her own knowledge, skills and experience legislation, policies and procedures and/or established protocols e) monitors individuals reactions to interventions/treatment and takes the appropriate action to address any issues or risks f) reviews the effectiveness of the interventions/treatments as they proceed and makes any necessary modifications g) provides feedback to the person responsible for the overall treatment plan on its effectiveness and the health and wellbeing and needs of people h) makes accurate records of the interventions/treatment undertaken and outcomes i) responds to, records and reports any adverse events or incidents relating to the intervention/treatment with an appropriate degree of urgency.
21 INFORMATION AND KNOWLEDGE: Information collection and analysis (Level 3) Gather, analyse, interpret and present extensive and/or complex data and information The postholder: a) formulates and agrees with others: the questions to be answered and issues to be addressed by the data/information the concepts to be used for data and information collection, management, analysis, interpretation and reporting b) identifies appropriate and valid sources which can provide data and information of sufficient quality and quantity c) identifies, develops and implements a range of valid, reliable, costeffective and ethical methods for addressing the agreed questions and issues, minimising disruption to the people providing the data/information and complying with relevant legislation, policies and procedures d) defines and implements search strategies for reviewing data and information and summarising the results e) monitors the quality and quantity of the data and information and takes the necessary action to deal with any problems and maintain data quality f) collates and analyses data and information using methods appropriate to: the initial questions/issues to be addressed the nature of the data and information g) interprets, appraises and synthesises data and information appropriately and identifies: consistency and inconsistency in outcomes any limitations in the analyses used and continually holds issues raised open to question h) develops justifiable and realistic conclusions and recommendations to time and presents them using format, layout, images and structure appropriate to: the needs and interests of the intended audience(s) accepted conventions and protocols the intended purpose of the presentation
22 GENERAL: Development and innovation (Level 3) Test and review new concepts, models, methods, practices, products and equipment The postholder: a) scans the environment to identify new and emerging developments of potential relevance to their work b) appraises developments and identifies the benefits they could bring and any potential risks c) determines with others those developments that are worthy of testing and how this can best be achieved d) tests and reviews developments in a way which: is ethically and methodologically sound enables a rigorous evaluation of their feasibility, benefits and risks involves all relevant parties in the process complies with legislation, policies and procedures e) evaluates the outcomes of testing and reports them in the correct format to the people who need them f) makes recommendations to appropriate people regarding the implementation of developments
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