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Advanced Critical Care Nurse Practitioner/Trainee(Annex 21), Critical Care

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  • Job
    Full-time
    Senior Level
  • Healthcare
    Science
  • Glasgow

Requirements

  • Applications from Advanced Nurse Practitioners with relevant clinical experience in the acute adult setting are welcome. Training and support will be available to successful applicants to support development within the ACCNP role.
  • Applications are also welcome from registered nursing staff with a minimum of 5 years post registration experience – at least 3 years of which must be in the Critical Care setting. Successful applicants will be supported, as an ANP trainee to undertake a fully funded Post-graduate Diploma in Advanced Nursing Practice from Napier University.

Responsibilities

  • A priority of the Critical Care department is to expand the role of the ACCNP to provide an Outreach service by having two ACCNPs on day shift, 7 days/week. The purpose is for critical care discharge to follow up in the wards post critical care step downs and support ongoing care. The ACCNPs will provide support to the ward staff by providing a source of advice, education and care as required to staff, the patient and family and identify patients that may require follow up from critical care after hospital discharge.
  • Furthermore, the plan is to involve ACCNPs in the intra/inter hospital transfer of unventilated, stable patients.

FAQs

What are the shift patterns for this position?

The shift pattern for this position is Rotational Day/Night seven days per week.

What qualifications and experience are required for this role?

Applicants must be Advanced Nurse Practitioners with relevant clinical experience in an acute adult hospital setting, or registered nursing staff with a minimum of 5 years post-registration experience, with at least 3 years in a Critical Care setting.

What training opportunities are available for successful applicants?

Successful applicants will be supported to undertake a fully funded Post-graduate Diploma in Advanced Nursing Practice from Napier University. The programme involves 3 double Masters level modules and will be undertaken over a two year period.

What is the purpose of the Outreach service provided by the ACCNPs in the Critical Care Department?

The purpose of the Outreach service is to provide support to the ward staff by offering advice, education, and care post critical care step downs, and to support ongoing care for patients. ACCNPs also identify patients that may require follow up from critical care after hospital discharge.

What is the pay scale for this role during the training period and upon successful completion of training?

During the training period, the post will be paid at Band 6, and upon successful completion of training, the post will be at Band 7.

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