Deputy Charge Nurse CV

Lauder, Berwickshire


  • Deputy Charge Nurse

    Department of Medicine for the Elderly



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    City:   Lauder
    County:   Berwickshire
    Desired job title:   Deputy Charge Nurse
    Location:   Lauder Berwickshire
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    Job Titles

    E-learning Graphic Web Designer Nursing Optical Business Partner an independent practitioner General Assistant intubation assistant Practitioner

    Skills

    Venipuncture Medical Blood sugar Catheter Defibrillation Emergency Intravenous Therapy Nebulizer Oxygen Therapy Urine Testing clinical skills resuscitation safe administration Cardiology Tissue Viability Wound Care Stroke coronary care Internal Medicine Diabetes Gastroenterology Haematology Oncology Palliative Care respiratory medicine Basic observational skills Basic Life Support Certificate CPR Driving Licence First Aid National certificate Health & Social Care Neurology Functional Testing Neurology Outpatients any managerial decisions Blood gas tests Blood Transfusion Hemorrhage Triage duties/clinical skills ISO 900X Standard

    Qualifications

    Master of Science

    Employment History

    Deputy Charge Nurse

    2020 - Present

    Winter Bed relief Department of Medicine for the Elderly Borders General Hospital As a senior nurse within Medical Elderly Unit my duties include: working with all colleagues within the Multi disiplinary team to assess the care needs of all patients in the areas within the unit I am allocated to working in on a shift to shift basis. I ensure that patient care is carried out to the highest of standards, by responding to individual patient care needs and working closely with and communicating well with the multidisciplinary team to give the highest standard and quality of care. I continue to use many of the advanced clinical skills I have including, venepuncture, canulation and ECG. I assist the Senior Charge Nurse in all aspects of organising the ward and staff, both with her and taking charge in her absence, working on a day to day basis and looking at the ward dynamics long term too.


    2019 - 2019

    Working through ID medical nursing agency I was working from May 2019 till October 2019 in Fife NHS, Victoria Hospital, Kirkcaldy ward 41-Acute Stroke ward. I was contracted to work there three days per week on days suitable to the requirements of the ward. I also continued to do the occasional shift at the Borders General hospital. ------- In the Spring of 2019 I joined another Agency (MEDACS) for a short spell and spent time in the acute medical ward in The Lorn and the Isle Hospital in Oban. Working over the winter months 2018/19 at the The Borders General Hospital, Melrose and Haylodge Hospital, Peebles for Scottish Borders Health Board. Borders General Hospital Acute Medical services consist of a 12 bedded acute high dependency/coronary care unit, a 30 bedded medical receiving unit, two 30 bedded general medicine wards looking after consultant led specialities including; cardiology, respiratory medicine, gastroenterology, diabetes and haematology/oncology. I have recently been working at NHS Borders (ID Medical Agency shifts) as a general medical nurse, working shifts in the Emergency department, High Dependency Unit/Cardiology, Medical Assessment Unit(Medical receiving unit) , Acute Assessment Unit(AAU), Acute Medical wards and Medicine for the Elderly wards , The Borders stroke unit and The Margaret Kerr Unit (Palliative Care). Elderly care re rehabilitation and continuing care at Haylodge Hospital, Peebles. Some of my clinical skills are, Basic observational skills of checking and understanding any changes in the patients conditions utilising NEWS charts and using either cardiac telemetry or dynamap, sphygmomanometer, tympanic thermometer if available and recording all observations accurately and reporting/escalating any changes or problems timeously to the appropriate person, administering injections, safe administration, storage and ordering of drugs, cannulation, vennepuncture, Intravenous infusion pumps and equipment, syringe drivers, blood glucose m


    Nurse

    2018 -

    Band 5 ID Medical Nursing Agency. Partnership Nursing Agency Recently working mainly in the Borders General Hospital in Acute Medical and Medicine of the Elderly with the above agencies. I have been working at the hospital as a general medical nurse, working shifts as required in the Emergency department, High Dependency Unit/Cardiology, but mainly in the Medical Assessment Unit, Acute Assessment Unit(AAU), and Acute Medical ward. Whilst embracing, using and teaching the core values of nursing, I continue to use the fundamental nursing skills and evidence based practise in the assessment of patients in: skin care, bowel and urine output, wound management, tissue viability, mouth-care, mobility and dietary and nutritional needs and any other medical needs and treatments prescribed.


    General Assistant

    2018 - 2018

    All duties as required to ensure the continuing success of this country hotel owned by some of my family. This busy country hotel is often the hub of the community and is a busy and vibrant place to both work and socialise.


    senior night nurse

    2018 - 2018

    Senior Night Nurse - Archveiw Lodge Nursing Home (Barchester Care) - Dalkeith As senior night nurse on duty I was responsible for ensuring the clinical and care needs of all residents were met in in accordance of their individual care needs and care plans. I supervised and trained more junior staff and took overall responsibility for the care home in its entirety at night when I was on duty. Using fundamental nursing skills and evidence based practise in assessment of patients in skin care, bowel and urine output, wound management, tissue viability, mouth-care, mobility and dietary and nutritional needs. I was responsible for any managerial decisions that needed to be made whilst I was on shift regarding the safe running of the shift and the oncoming shifts and was required to deal with any difficulties which arose on the shift incl. Staff sickness and timekeeping. This was not a post I enjoyed and I left before the end my three month probationary period.


    Senior Research Nurse

    2015 - 2018

    Band 6 ------- (MS) Anne Rowling Regenerative Neurology Clinic, Edinburgh University. RIE Campus FutureMS Research Nurse funded by: Strategic Medicine Scotland, The Anne Rowling Clinic, Edinburgh University. Scottish MS Society. As the Senior FutureMS research nurse my duties included co-ordinating and facilitating participant recruitment, and ensuring with both senior and junior colleagues(nurses and doctors) the continuous enrolment and retention of participants in the FutureMS research project. Clinical Skills: I trained and worked as an independent practitioner in the project carrying out the various clinical and neurological examinations and scoring required, which included, Expanded Disability Status Scale (EDSS), Eye tests using Snellen eye charts, ophthalmoscopy and Optical Coherence Tomography Scanning. (OCT). Venepunture was an essential requirements of the project and I obtained one hundred and three millilitres of blood from each participant using the appropriate methods used within each Health Board region. Baseline observations were all carried out using Dynamap, BM Meter, tympanic thermometer and stethoscope. As Cognitive and functional testing and test scoring was also a requirement for the FutureMS research project, I undertook training to carry out this testing which consisted of the Nine-hole peg test, a 25 foot timed walk, PASAT(Paced Auditory Serial Addition Test) and the Symbol Digit Modality Test(SDMT). I oversaw and maintained any relevant paperwork and set up and continued to oversee all databases relevant to the project using TRAK Care, Excel and word and to continually ensure that all participant information was kept secure and confidential. I worked well autonomously but also enjoy working well as part of a small team. Part of my duties included presentations of our current status to my seniors and government members, presentations to interested groups of possible participants and interviews with the media. FutureMS research was a Sc


    Senior Staff Nurse

    2011 - 2015

    Senior Staff Nurse (Acute Medical Unit) The Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh NHS ------- As a senior nurse within the Acute Medical Unit at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, my duties included: assessing the health care needs of all new patients to the areas within the unit I was allocated to working in on a shift to shift basis. I ensured that patient care was carried out to the highest of standards, by responding to individual patient care needs and working closely with and communicating well with the multidisciplinary team to give the highest standard and quality of care. Clinical Skills: I continued using the many advanced clinical roles I had achieved whilst in the Emergency department which included the fundamental nursing skills in basic nursing care, BLS, ALS, Cannulation, Venapuncture, ECG, ECG Machine, ABG, IV therapy, administering injections, safe administration, storage and ordering of drugs, intravenous infusion pumps and equipment, syringe drivers, blood glucose meters, oxygen therapy, humidifiers, nebulisers, suction, enteral feeding, dynamap, sphygmomanometer, tympanic thermometer, resuscitation equipment, defibrillator, moving and handling equipment, profile beds and pressure relieving mattresses, height, weight and BMI scales, urine testing, catheterisation and catheter care of male and female patients. I completed the Clinical Decision Making Course at masters level 10 which has continued to enabled me to reach a better understanding of the healthcare needs and the illnesses that patients may present with. I gave support to more junior members of staff, by encouraging and mentoring them to learn and understand the needs of their patients in a non-judgemental way and I continued to motivate appropriate change as required in an ever changing environment, by ensuring the qualities and standards of care were relevant, understandable and up to date. I supported the Nurse in Charge by understanding the needs of the Acute Medical Unit as a whole and its


    Staff Nurse

    2001 - 2003

    Band D and Band E ------- Hospital for Veterans I provided nursing care as required by the patients resident in this home, by ensuring their care and emotional needs were met in the best way possible. I was encouraged through both study and mentorship to increase my basic clinical & nursing skills during this period.


    2000 - 2001

    Newly qualified Staff Nurse - Borders general Hospital. I provided daily nursing care to meet the needs of patients admitted to the ward I worked in and gained great experience in patient care and mentorship. My clinical skills at this point in my career were mainly in the fundamentals of basic nursing care and I attended various course e.g. Understanding Dementia. BLS, catheter care to increase my knowledge and understanding. Sept 1999 - May/June 2003 Lothian and Borders Fire Brigade - Lauder Station I attended many incidents with the Fire service, including, Fire-fighting, Road Traffic Incidents, Search and Rescue and many other duties that fulfilled the role of a fire-fighter. Previous Employments - From leaving school in 1976 to Nurse training I have worked in the catering and retail trade. The following dates of employment are mostly approximate:


    Health & Social Care Student

    1995 - 1996


    Auxiliary Nurse

    1994 - 1995


    childminder

    1991 - 1994


    1990 - 1991


    Retail Supervisor

    1985 - 1990


    Retail Supervisor

    1983 - 1985


    Retail Shop Assistant

    1980 - 1983


    General assistant

    1979 - 1980


    General assistant

    1978 - 1978


    Junior receptionist

    1977 - 1977


    Junior receptionist

    1976 - 1976


    Education History

    Education Title: National certificate

    Major: Health & Social Care

    Description: Higher Education in Adult


    Education Title: First Aid


    1965 - 1972

    Name of Institution: St Machan's Primary School

    Institute Location: , Lennoxtown, ,

    Education Title: secondary


    1972 - 1976

    Name of Institution: St Ninians High School

    Institute Location: , Kirkintilloch, ,

    Education Title: some high school or equivalent

    Description: Qualifications:


    Name of Institution: Napier University

    Education Title: Diploma

    Major: Adult Nursing

    Description: Schools:



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    Deputy Charge Nurse CV Profile

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    I am an Essential team player, working towards the successful attainment of challenging daily targets, managing and motivating colleagues to achieve common goals and objectives, providing on-going support and motivation.

    I am an Excellent communicator, having the ability to deal with people at all levels, both verbally and in writing.

    I am able to relate well to people by having a well – rounded personality and set of experiences.

    I am honest and trustworthy, having held positions of responsibility.

    I have a thirst for knowledge and am keen and able to learn new skills.

    I hold a full, clean driving licence.

    Employment History:

    February 2020 –

    Deputy Charge Nurse – Fixed term

    Winter Bed relief

    Department of Medicine for the Elderly

    Borders General Hospital

    As a senior nurse within Medical Elderly Unit my duties include: working with all colleagues within the Multi disiplinary team to assess the care needs of all patients in the areas within the unit I am allocated to working in on a shift to shift basis. I ensure that patient care is carried out to the highest of standards, by responding to individual patient care needs and working closely with and communicating well with the multidisciplinary team to give the highest standard and quality of care. I continue to use many of the advanced clinical skills I have including, venepuncture, canulation and ECG.

    I assist the Senior Charge Nurse in all aspects of organising the ward and staff, both with her and taking charge in her absence, working on a day to day basis and looking at the ward dynamics long term too.

    Dec 2018 – Present

    Band 5

    ID Medical Nursing Agency.

    Nurse Partnership Nursing Agency

    Recently working mainly in the Borders General Hospital in Acute Medical and Medicine of the Elderly with the above agencies. I have been working at the hospital as a general medical nurse, working shifts as required in the Emergency department, High Dependency Unit/Cardiology, but mainly in the Medical Assessment Unit, Acute Assessment Unit(AAU), and Acute Medical ward.

    Whilst embracing, using and teaching the core values of nursing, I continue to use the fundamental nursing skills and evidence based practise in the assessment of patients in: skin care, bowel and urine output, wound management, tissue viability, mouth-care, mobility and dietary and nutritional needs and any other medical needs and treatments prescribed.

    Working through ID medical nursing agency I was working from May 2019 till October 2019 in Fife NHS, Victoria Hospital, Kirkcaldy ward 41-Acute Stroke ward. I was contracted to work there three days per week on days suitable to the requirements of the ward. I also continued to do the occasional shift at the Borders General hospital.

    In the Spring of 2019 I joined another Agency (MEDACS) for a short spell and spent time in the acute medical ward in The Lorn and the Isle Hospital in Oban.

    Working over the winter months 2018/19 at the The Borders General Hospital, Melrose and Haylodge Hospital, Peebles for Scottish Borders Health Board.

    Borders General Hospital Acute Medical services consist of a 12 bedded acute high dependency/coronary care unit, a 30 bedded medical receiving unit, two 30 bedded general medicine wards looking after consultant led specialities including; cardiology, respiratory medicine, gastroenterology, diabetes and haematology/oncology.

    I have recently been working at NHS Borders (ID Medical Agency shifts) as a general medical nurse, working shifts in the Emergency department, High Dependency Unit/Cardiology, Medical Assessment Unit(Medical receiving unit) , Acute Assessment Unit(AAU), Acute Medical wards and Medicine for the Elderly wards , The Borders stroke unit and The Margaret Kerr Unit (Palliative Care).

    Elderly care re rehabilitation and continuing care at Haylodge Hospital, Peebles.

    Some of my clinical skills are,

    Basic observational skills of checking and understanding any changes in the patients conditions utilising NEWS charts and using either cardiac telemetry or dynamap, sphygmomanometer, tympanic thermometer if available and recording all observations accurately and reporting/escalating any changes or problems timeously to the appropriate person, administering injections, safe administration, storage and ordering of drugs, cannulation, vennepuncture, Intravenous infusion pumps and equipment, syringe drivers, blood glucose meters, oxygen therapy, peak flow testing, humidifiers, nebulisers, suction, enteral feeding, ECG machine, resuscitation equipment, defibrillator, moving and handling equipment, profile beds and pressure relieving mattresses, height, weight and BMI scales, urine testing, catheterisation and catheter care. Understanding Sepsis using national guidelines. Using fundamental nursing skills and evidence based practise in assessment of patients in skin care, bowel and urine output, wound management, tissue viability, mouth-care, mobility and dietary and nutritional needs.

    Oct 2018 – Dec 2018

    The ######dale Hotel- General Assistant

    All duties as required to ensure the continuing success of this country hotel owned by some of my family. This busy country hotel is often the hub of the community and is a busy and vibrant place to both work and socialise.

    July 2018 – Oct 2018

    Band 6

    Senior Night Nurse – Archveiw Lodge Nursing Home (Barchester Care) – Dalkeith

    As senior night nurse on duty I was responsible for ensuring the clinical and care needs of all residents were met in in accordance of their individual care needs and care plans. I supervised and trained more junior staff and took overall responsibility for the care home in its entirety at night when I was on duty.

    Using fundamental nursing skills and evidence based practise in assessment of patients in skin care, bowel and urine output, wound management, tissue viability, mouth-care, mobility and dietary and nutritional needs.

    I was responsible for any managerial decisions that needed to be made whilst I was on shift regarding the safe running of the shift and the oncoming shifts and was required to deal with any difficulties which arose on the shift incl. Staff sickness and timekeeping.

    This was not a post I enjoyed and I left before the end my three month probationary period.

    Oct 2015 to July 2018

    Band 6

    Senior Research Nurse (MS) Anne Rowling Regenerative Neurology Clinic, Edinburgh University. RIE Campus

    FutureMS Research Nurse funded by: Strategic Medicine Scotland, The Anne Rowling Clinic, Edinburgh University. Scottish MS Society.

    As the Senior FutureMS research nurse my duties included co-ordinating and facilitating participant recruitment, and ensuring with both senior and junior colleagues(nurses and doctors) the continuous enrolment and retention of participants in the FutureMS research project.

    Clinical Skills:

    I trained and worked as an independent practitioner in the project carrying out the various clinical and neurological examinations and scoring required, which included, Expanded Disability Status Scale (EDSS), Eye tests using Snellen eye charts, ophthalmoscopy and Optical Coherence Tomography Scanning. (OCT).

    Venepunture was an essential requirements of the project and I obtained one hundred and three millilitres of blood from each participant using the appropriate methods used within each Health Board region.

    Baseline observations were all carried out using Dynamap, BM Meter, tympanic thermometer and stethoscope.

    As Cognitive and functional testing and test scoring was also a requirement for the FutureMS research project, I undertook training to carry out this testing which consisted of the Nine-hole peg test, a 25 foot timed walk, PASAT(Paced Auditory Serial Addition Test) and the Symbol Digit Modality Test(SDMT).

    I oversaw and maintained any relevant paperwork and set up and continued to oversee all databases relevant to the project using TRAK Care, Excel and word and to continually ensure that all participant information was kept secure and confidential.

    I worked well autonomously but also enjoy working well as part of a small team.

    Part of my duties included presentations of our current status to my seniors and government members, presentations to interested groups of possible participants and interviews with the media.

    FutureMS research was a Scotland wide research project with clinic hubs in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee, Inverness and Aberdeen to which I travelled to on an almost weekly basis to see participants of the study.

    I Held work/Research passports for all 14 Health Board Regions in Scotland and worked out of Major hospitals in the regions as required.

    I have been responsible for ensuring open and clear communication with all of the Multiple Sclerosis Nurse Specialists and Neurology Consultants throughout all fourteen health board areas in Scotland.

    I kept up and maintained my e learning and physical mandatory training through NHS Lothian and Edinburgh University.

    I participated where required in the nursing/clinical needs of the Anne Rowling Clinic NHS Neurology Outpatients when I was available and maintained any relevant paperwork and databases for the day to day running of the Clinic.

    Oct 2011 to Oct 2015

    Band 5

    Senior Staff Nurse (Acute Medical Unit) The Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh NHS Lothian.

    As a senior nurse within the Acute Medical Unit at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, my duties included: assessing the health care needs of all new patients to the areas within the unit I was allocated to working in on a shift to shift basis. I ensured that patient care was carried out to the highest of standards, by responding to individual patient care needs and working closely with and communicating well with the multidisciplinary team to give the highest standard and quality of care.

    Clinical Skills:

    I continued using the many advanced clinical roles I had achieved whilst in the Emergency department which included the fundamental nursing skills in basic nursing care, BLS, ALS, Cannulation, Venapuncture, ECG, ECG Machine, ABG, IV therapy, administering injections, safe administration, storage and ordering of drugs, intravenous infusion pumps and equipment, syringe drivers, blood glucose meters, oxygen therapy, humidifiers, nebulisers, suction, enteral feeding, dynamap, sphygmomanometer, tympanic thermometer, resuscitation equipment, defibrillator, moving and handling equipment, profile beds and pressure relieving mattresses, height, weight and BMI scales, urine testing, catheterisation and catheter care of male and female patients.

    I completed the Clinical Decision Making Course at masters level 10 which has continued to enabled me to reach a better understanding of the healthcare needs and the illnesses that patients may present with.

    I gave support to more junior members of staff, by encouraging and mentoring them to learn and understand the needs of their patients in a non-judgemental way and I continued to motivate appropriate change as required in an ever changing environment, by ensuring the qualities and standards of care were relevant, understandable and up to date. I supported the Nurse in Charge by understanding the needs of the Acute Medical Unit as a whole and its role in efficient and ever changing role in “front door” capacity and took charge of the shift occasionally when necessary in the absence of the band 6 or 7.

    Oct 2003 to Oct 2011

    Band D, Band E, Band F and then Agenda for Change Band 5

    Senior Staff Nurse, Emergency Department, (ED) Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh.

    My duties/clinical skills included:

    Assessing the healthcare needs of patients admitted to the emergency department. Immediate Triage for patients attending the Emergency department, major triage and resuscitation room duties including training to be a Rapid sequences intubation assistant,

    My other clinical skills included: defibrillator , blood transfusion & Major haemorrhage protocol, BLS, ALS, Cannulation, Venapuncture, ECG Machine, IV therapy, administering injections, safe administration, storage and ordering of drugs, intravenous infusion pumps and equipment, syringe drivers, blood glucose meters, oxygen therapy, humidifiers, nebulisers, suction, enteral feeding, dynamap, sphygmomanometer, tympanic thermometer, CPAP, moving and handling equipment, profile beds and pressure relieving mattresses, height, weight and BMI scales, urine testing, catheterisation and catheter care of male and female patients. Mentorship of junior staff including SVQ mentorship.

    I trained and worked as an Emergency Nurse Practitioner in Minor injuries within the RIE and was also seconded to the Minor injuries nurse led clinic at the Western General Hospital, Edinburgh where my clinical skills included minor injury triage, diagnosis, treatment and referral and follow-up care to adults attending the Minor injuries area.

    Within my time in the ED I also worked as the Clinical Improvement Lead for EMI Bank (Emergency Medicine Information Bank) providing audit, research and up to date information to enable the appropriate protocols and procedures to be adopted to ensure continuing Best Practise and patient safety and care. I worked in conjunction with the British Standards Institute to achieve ISO 9001 in Quality Management. A tremendous achievement for myself and all in the Emergency Department.

    Oct 2001 – Oct 2003

    Band D and Band E

    Staff Nurse – Erskine Hospital for Veterans

    I provided nursing care as required by the patients resident in this home, by ensuring their care and emotional needs were met in the best way possible. I was encouraged through both study and mentorship to increase my basic clinical & nursing skills during this period.

    Jan 2000 – Oct 2001

    Band D

    Newly qualified Staff Nurse – Borders general Hospital.

    I provided daily nursing care to meet the needs of patients admitted to the ward I worked in and gained great experience in patient care and mentorship. My clinical skills at this point in my career were mainly in the fundamentals of basic nursing care and I attended various course e.g. Understanding Dementia. BLS, catheter care to increase my knowledge and understanding.

    Sept 1999 – May/June 2003

    Retained Fire-fighter

    Lothian and Borders Fire Brigade – ###### Station

    I attended many incidents with the Fire service, including, Fire-fighting, Road Traffic Incidents, Search and Rescue and many other duties that fulfilled the role of a fire-fighter.

    Previous Employments - From leaving school in 1976 to Nurse training I have worked in the catering and retail trade. The following dates of employment are mostly approximate:

    May/June 1976- Junior receptionist at The Campsie Glen Hotel, Campsie Glen Nr Glasgow

    May/June 1977- Junior receptionist at The Mercury Motor Inn, Ullapool

    August/Sept 1978 – Dec 1979 General assistant at The Morefield Hotel, Ullapool.

    December 1979 – 1980 General assistant at The Black Bull Hotel, ######

    August 1980- 1983 Retail Shop Assistant, Rutherfords of ######, ######

    June 1983 – 1985 Retail Supervisor, Coop Pricefighter Superstore, Galashiels,

    August 1985 – 1990 Retail Supervisor, John Menzies Newsagents, Galashiels.

    May 1990 - 1991 ceased working to have my daughter.

    May 1991 -1994 Self employed childminder. ######

    Sept 1994- August 1995 Auxiliary Nurse at Drygrange Nursing Home, Earlston

    August 1995 – June 1996 Health & Social Care Student at Borders College, Hawick

    Sept/Oct 1995 - Jan 2000 Auxiliary Nurse Bank. Borders General Hospital. Melrose

    Jan 1997 – Jan 2000 – Student Nurse, Napier University.

    January 2000 Qualified from Napier University. Diploma in Adult Nursing.

    Schools:

    St Machan's Primary School. Lennoxtown. 1965 – 1972

    St Ninians High School. Kirkintilloch. 1972 - 1976

    Qualifications:

    Health & Social Care National certificate Level 3 Pass (Merit) June 1996

    Higher Education in Adult

    Nursing Diploma Pass Jan 2000

    Minor Injuries Nurse Practitioner Pass June/July 2010

    Understanding Cardiovascular

    Disease Degree Credit Points (OU) Pass June 2013

    Clinical Decision Making Degree Credit Points Pass May/June2015

    Good Clinical Practice Pass Dec 2015

    Good Clinical Practice Update Pass Dec2017

    Data Protection Oct 2019

    Lone Working March/April 2018

    Manual handling Oct 2019

    Basic Life Support, CPR and Emergency First Aid at Work Oct 2019

    Fire Safety Oct 2018

    All mandatory training updated in November 2019 with Nurse Partnership and ID Medical Nursing Agencies.

    References:

    Available on Request.

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