Charge Nurse CV

East Kilbride


  • Charge Nurse

    West Belfast- Belfast Health and Social Care



    Personal Details
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    City:   East Kilbride
    Desired job title:   Charge Nurse
    Location:   East Kilbride
    Added On:   about 6 months ago

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    medicine

    Job Titles

    Charge Nurse Community Psychiatric Nurse Staff Nurse Bank Nurse practitioner

    Skills

    Mental Health the application Nursing mental health nursing the provision condition management Psychiatric first experience Psychosis mental health services Personality Disorders Qualification Psychiatry diverse experience

    Qualifications

    Scottish Highers Craft and Design Scottish Standard Grades Diploma Mental Health Nursing

    Employment History

    Charge Nurse

    2020 - Present

    Primary Care Mental Health Team, North/West Belfast- Belfast Health and Social Care ------- I am currently employed by Primary Care Mental Health Services, which is often an individual's first experience with mental health services. My current caseload is made up of approximately 80 service users with mild, moderate and severe mental ill health. A wide spectrum of illnesses and disorders are prevalent, anxiety, depression, obsessive compulsive disorders, psychosis (organic and drug induced), mild-moderate substance misuse/abuse, post traumatic stress, survivors of childhood adverse incidents, personality disorders, deliberate self harm, suicidal ideation/behaviours. This list is not fully exhausted. I offer a wide range of interventions all of which are person-centred. I work in partnership with individuals and support them to identify their own care needs and achievable goals. Also work closely with general practitioners to update on the efficacy of both psychosocial and medical interventions. I also offer recommendations to support GP's when prescribing.


    Charge Nurse

    2018 -

    Criminal Justice (Drug Treatment & Testing Order) - ------- I am responsible for the application of the framework of the nursing process within Drug Treatment and Testing Order Team; as part of a multidisciplinary agency. I deliver evidence based therapeutic one to one and/or group interventions in response to ongoing assessment of patient/client needs. I monitor the physical and emotional care of patients/clients and their response to nursing care and substitute prescribing. This is delivered in accordance with current policy and legislation relevant to mental health nursing practice. I work autonomously and manage a caseload of approximately 30 service users, which are each reviewed by myself twice weekly as part of their order. I continuously assess patients/clients. This is a holistic assessment, to ensure patient and nursing team safety and also to ensure the effective and efficient delivery of person centered nursing care. I regularly assess the presentation of patients/clients and deliver care and treatment in response to the outcome of the assessment. I facilitate and participate in MDT patient/client reviews. I am responsible for the provision of psycho-education, health/well-being promotion and condition management. I effectively communicate with the MDT and external statutory and non-statutory agencies to support efficient partnership working and transition between agencies.


    Staff Nurse

    2016 - 2018

    In this position I was responsible for a caseload of approximately 60 individuals with alcohol and/or drug addiction. I supported individuals in the community to address their addictions; this included community supported alcohol detoxifications and also commencement/maintenance of opiate replacement therapy. As part of this role I also responded appropriately to any mental or physical health needs of those in my care.


    Staff Nurse

    2012 - 2016

    I was initially employed as a ``Bank Nurse'' in this ward however I was later successful in gaining a permanent, full time contract. In this position I consolidated my learning from my Diploma in Mental Health Nursing and became an experienced practitioner. This ward was acute psychiatry admissions, caring for individuals in mental health crises. The ward also accepted admissions from Learning Difficulties and older adults therefore I have a diverse experience in nursing.


    Cardiographer

    1997 - 1999


    Education History

    1996 - 1997

    Name of Institution: Duncanrig Secondary School

    Education Title: Scottish Highers

    Description: Here I obtained a Higher Grade in Craft and Design in a grade C. I had a significant change in my family life at this time and unfortunately did not complete course work for many of the subjects I had initially chosen however I am proud that although there was adversity in my life at this time I completed this course and achieved a pass grade.


    1991 - 1996

    Name of Institution: Duncanrig Secondary School

    Education Title: Scottish Standard Grades

    Description: I obtained seven Standard Grades at high School. French (2), Craft & Design (2), English (3), Mathematics (3), Physics (3), Graphic Communication (3) and Geography (4).


    2008 - 2011

    Institute Location: , , , UK

    Education Title: Diploma

    Major: Mental Health Nursing

    Description: This course allowed me to understand the factors which contribute to psychological and neurological health issues. This qualification has allowed me to work both independently and as part of a multi-disciplinary team to treat complex health and mental health needs, with a recovery-focused approach. Upon graduation, I achieve registration as a Registered Nurse in mental health with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC).



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    Charge Nurse CV Profile

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    OBJECTIVE
    To secure a challenging position within mental health services to expand and develop my current
    knowledge and skills base.
    To secure a responsible career opportunity to fully utilse my current training and skills whilst making a
    significant contribution to patient care and experience.
    To deliver care and treatment to individuals to achieve health improvement and to life a rich and
    meaningful life.
    EDUCATION
    Diploma in Mental Health Nursing | University of the West of Scotland
    DATES: AUGUST 2008 – JANUARY 2011
    This course allowed me to understand the factors which contribute to psychological and neurological
    health issues. This qualification has allowed me to work both independently and as part of a
    multi-disciplinary team to treat complex health and mental health needs, with a recovery-focused
    approach.
    Upon graduation, I achieve registration as a Registered Nurse in mental health with the Nursing and
    Midwifery Council (NMC).
    Higher Grade | Duncanrig Secondary School
    DATES: August 1996-August 1997
    Here I obtained a Higher Grade in Craft and Design in a grade C.
    I had a significant change in my family life at this time and unfortunately did not complete course work for
    many of the subjects I had initially chosen however I am proud that although there was adversity in my
    life at this time I completed this course and achieved a pass grade.
    Standard Grade | Duncanrig Secondary School
    DATES: August 1991-August 1996
    I obtained seven Standard Grades at high School. French (2), Craft & Design (2), English (3), Mathematics
    (3), Physics (3), Graphic Communication (3) and Geography (4).
    PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION
    Nursing and Midwifery Council
    PIN: 07I0332S
    Renewal date: 28 February
    2021
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    EXPERIENCE
    Charge Nurse (Community Psychiatric Nurse) - Primary Care Mental Health Team, North/West Belfast-
    Belfast Health and Social Care Northern Ireland,
    DATES: June 2020-Present
    I am currently employed by Primary Care Mental Health Services, which is often an individual’s first
    experience with mental health services. My current caseload is made up of approximately 80 service
    users with mild, moderate and severe mental ill health. A wide spectrum of illnesses and disorders are
    prevalent, anxiety, depression, obsessive compulsive disorders, psychosis (organic and drug induced),
    mild-moderate substance misuse/abuse, post traumatic stress, survivors of childhood adverse incidents,
    personality disorders, deliberate self harm, suicidal ideation/behaviours. This list is not fully exhausted. I
    offer a wide range of interventions all of which are person-centred. I work in partnership with individuals
    and support them to identify their own care needs and achievable goals. Also work closely with general
    practitioners to update on the efficacy of both psychosocial and medical interventions. I also offer
    recommendations to support GP’s when prescribing.
    Charge Nurse | Criminal Justice (Drug Treatment & Testing Order) – NHS Lanarkshire
    DATES: September 2018-Present
    I am responsible for the application of the framework of the nursing process within South Lanarkshire
    Drug Treatment and Testing Order Team; as part of a multidisciplinary agency. I deliver evidence based
    therapeutic one to one and/or group interventions in response to ongoing assessment of patient/client
    needs. I monitor the physical and emotional care of patients/clients and their response to nursing care
    and substitute prescribing. This is delivered in accordance with current policy and legislation relevant to
    mental health nursing practice.
    I work autonomously and manage a caseload of approximately 30 service users, which are each reviewed
    by myself twice weekly as part of their order. I continuously assess patients/clients. This is a holistic
    assessment, to ensure patient and nursing team safety and also to ensure the effective and efficient
    delivery of person centered nursing care. I regularly assess the presentation of patients/clients and deliver
    care and treatment in response to the outcome of the assessment. I facilitate and participate in MDT
    patient/client reviews. I am responsible for the provision of psycho-education, health/well-being
    promotion and condition management. I effectively communicate with the MDT and external statutory
    and non-statutory agencies to support efficient partnership working and transition between agencies.
    Staff Nurse | Community Addiction Recovery Team (CAReS), NHS Lanarkshire
    DATES: December 2016-September 2018
    In this position I was responsible for a caseload of approximately 60 individuals with alcohol and/or drug
    addiction. I supported individuals in the community to address their addictions; this included community
    supported alcohol detoxifications and also commencement/maintenance of opiate replacement therapy.
    As part of this role I also responded appropriately to any mental or physical health needs of those in my
    care.
    Staff Nurse | Acute Mental Health services (Inpatient), NHS Lanarkshire
    DATES: January 2012-December2016
    I was initially employed as a “Bank Nurse” in this ward however I was later successful in gaining a
    permanent, full time contract. In this position I consolidated my learning from my Diploma in Mental
    Health Nursing and became an experienced practitioner.
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