The post holder will be required to work as a skilled member of the Critical Care team to assist and lead in the provision of care to patients and families. This includes assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of care for patients and following the agreed care pathway. They will consolidate and maintain good unit management and organisational skills and will lead and assist with the provision of an environment conducive to the education of all staff. The post holder will additionally offer support, guidance and teaching to those members of the critical care team that are less experienced.
The post holder will practice with increased professional autonomy and assume greater responsibility for decision making within the clinical setting, supported by agreed integrated care pathways (ICPs), protocols and patient group directives.
For further details / informal visits contact:
NameRoopson PaluriJob titleMatron, CCUEmail addressRoopson.Paluri@btuh.nhs.ukTelephone numberext 3649Additional contact information
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