Staff Nurse - Neonatal Services
Doncaster & Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals NHS FT
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An excellent opportunity for a Staff Nurse who is committed to high quality care for babies and their families to join our Neonatal Services. Working as part of a team of Medical Staff, Nurses, Nursery Nurse and a Housekeeper, you will be responsible for providing the highest standard of evidenced based patient care.
To provide the highest standard of assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of individualised holistic care in conjunction with the multi-disciplinary team.
Main duties of the job
As a Band 6 Staff Nurse you will require RN/RN Child with evidence of professional development. Completion of the Neonatal Intensive Care Course is essential. There are opportunities to undertake a range of professional and personal development activities.
Utilise a variety of strategies to communicate effectively in a highly stressful environment with patients and those involved in their care. The post holder must also communicate effectively with staff in the Trust, in other organisations and with the general public. Utilise specialist communication skills where barriers to understanding exist. Maintain the child's right as an individual according to the philosophy of the Children's & Families Division and Trust.
The Neonatal Services are at Doncaster Royal Infirmary and Bassetlaw Hospitals. The Division is progressive and innovative, continually striving to improve services for children, young people and their families. The Division operates a rotational policy, when necessary, across both sites in order to meet service and development needs.
The Neonatal Unit at Doncaster Royal Infirmary is an 18 bedded unit with 3 intensive care cots, 3 high dependency care and 12 special care cots. The Neonatal Unit cares for infants of 27 weeks gestation and above. The Special Care Baby Unit at Bassetlaw has 8 Special Care cots and cares for babies from 32 weeks and above. Both units promote excellence in Neonatal Nursing Care and can be a very special and rewarding environment to work in.
- At all times request patient confidentiality and in particular, the confidentiality and in particular, the confidentiality of electronically/manually stored patient/personal data, in line with the requirements of the Data Protection Act 1998.
- Be aware of individual responsibilities and maintain a safe environment in accordance with the Health and Safety at Work Act. Identify and report immediately any untoward accident, incident or potential hazard.
- Participate in Performance Development Appraisal.
- Develop IT skills as required in line with Trust developments.
- Attend all mandatory lectures and in service training as identified at Performance Development Appraisal.
- Adhere to Trust and Divisional policies and procedures.
- Contribute to reviewing and developing policies and procedures.
For full details please read the job description and person speciation attached
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