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Nurse (RGN/RMN)

London, UK

Job Type: Temporary/Part-Time/Full-Time

About the Role

A nurse plays a crucial role in improving the public’s health and well-being. They always put the needs of their patients first and are a critical link between those being treated and the wider medical team. As a nurse you will have the opportunity to work at different levels of practice, such as a staff nurse or advanced nurse practitioner, and within different specialisms, as a mental health or paediatric nurse for example. Your job will range from purely clinical care to wider emotional and social support and can take you into education, training and management.

Nurses play an important role in developing, delivering and explaining care plans to patients and their families as they’re likely to have a great deal of contact with them. They also have to record and handle confidential medical information, such as records of a patient’s progress and treatment, as well as other administrative duties.

Key responsibilities:

• Keeping service users care plans updated;

• Performing an initial assessment of a patient’s condition;

• Informing patients and their relatives of what’s happening;

• Cleaning and dressing wounds;

• Taking patients’ temperatures and checking their blood pressure and pulse rates;

• Administering medication and injections;

• Taking blood samples (also known as venepuncture);

• Setting up drips and blood transfusions;

• Using different medical equipment;

• Checking on the progress of a patient’s progress;

• Handling sensitive and confidential information;


We are looking for someone who is self-motivated, enthusiastic and positive about the care of older people. You must be a highly motivated, competent and flexible practitioner. You will be part of the team assessing needs and providing an individualised plan of care for patients, and support for family and carers.

You need to be able to demonstrate; strong interpersonal, communication and presentation skills, be organised and possess good IT skills.

Care for people living at home, in specialist hospital services or in smaller, residential units;Need excellent communication skills to help them support others involved in a patient’s care, such as families and carers; Develop further skills and a deeper understanding in relation to particular aspects of mental health, such as substance misuse, rehabilitation or children’s mental health.Lead or support therapeutic interventions as part of a multidisciplinary team.Have an understanding of relevant legislation, such as the Mental Health Act 1983.

Nurse Skills and Qualifications:

Registration As A Registered General Nurse Or Similar Qualifications; Current Registration With The Nmc; Iv Skills, Including Syringe Driver Training And Venepuncture Training; At Least 1 Year Nursing Experience; experience recording accurate records; ability to work as part of a team; supportive and motivated; great communication skills; mentorship skills; computer literate; ability to cope in a crisis; Ability to demonstrate ethical values and ongoing professional and personal growth; ability to work on feet for long periods of time.

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