Rotation @ NUH

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NUH is very proud to offer the Rotation Programme open to current and newly qualified Staff Nurses. It is an 18-month rotation programme- working for 6 months or 9 months within different areas following a specific pathway, i.e. Acute Medicine, Trauma Pathway, Medical Pathway and Surgical Pathway.

It is a great opportunity to gain knowledge and experience within different areas of nursing.

 

The Preceptorship Team works closely with the clinical areas to ensure that both the Band 5 nurse/s on rotation and the ward staff are well supported.

For Newly Qualified nurses and those new to acute care who are undertaking the rotation programme, you will also receive:.

  • Access to courses such as the Acute Care Skills Course and Preceptorship Development Day.
  •  4-month formal preceptorship:- informal preceptorship up to 1 year.
  • Protected learning time in the first year of practice.
  • A bespoke Preceptorship Pathway Booklet to structure their rotation programme.

Download our rotation brochure


If you’d like more information, please contact:
Lucy Gillespie, Preceptorship Support Nurse, Ext 76944 / 76943
Or alternatively please complete our contact form


Acute-Community Band 5 Adult Nurse Rotation

rotation-organisation-imagesOpportunity for four Band 5 nurses to gain a valuable, individualised and unique insight into Caring for the Older Person across acute and community settings. This distinctive pathway will support you with a bespoke education and training programme, regular supervision and shadowing opportunities across the organisations.

These posts are the start of a unique programme looking at developing new ways of working across the healthcare system, providing you with the opportunity to be at the forefront of this innovative approach to patient care.

The programme is open to both newly qualified and experienced band 5 nurses, the rotation will last up to two years dependent on your experience, a longer period for newly qualified to allow completion of their preceptorship period.

This unique and distinctive opportunity will involve a rotation between teams within Nottingham CityCare Partnership, a social enterprise providing community health services in Nottingham City; and Nottingham University Hospitals, one of the country’s leading teaching hospital trusts.

A bespoke rotation education programme will be provided for the nurses involved on the rotation, focusing on Care of the Older Person. Topics included are;

  • Identification and Management of Chronic Illnesses
  • Identification and Treatment of Acute episodes of illness
  • End of Life Care
  • Identification and Management of Frailty
  • Mental Health within the Older Person
  • Rehabilitation

 

Jobs are being advertised on NHS jobs across January 2017.

Want to know more?

Contact Kathryn.draper@nottinghamcitycare.nhs.uk

Mobile: 07779566233

Twitter: @draper_kathryn

Facebook: www.facebook.com/acutecommunitynurserotation