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Summary- The duties will include a variety of tasks and any roles agreed between the nurse and doctors as appropriate, having regard to current training. The post-holder will contribute to the effectiveness of the team. Ensures awareness of statutory and local clinical protection procedures, including systems of referral. Ability to recognise signs and symptoms of child abuse.

Able to perform Cardio-pulmonary resuscitation according to current UK guidelines. Ability to obtain and document informed consent (either verbal or written). Ensure infection control guidelines are maintained. Confidentially of information gained at work must be preserved at all times.

Carry out other duties as required which are commensurate with the skills and knowledge required by the post, and for which training has been provided. Assist patients to identify their health needs. Contribute an HCA perspective to the practice development plan. Manage and organise individual patient consultations.

Aware of identification and reporting procedures related to professional standards. To attend staff meetings and Protected Learning Time events. Support others with their training and development needs. To participate in continuing education and maintain a contemporary level of professional knowledge and skills.

Undertake mandatory and other suggested training. Maintain good working relationships. Work with the practice team members to adhere to statutory regulations/policies, codes of practice and safety rules. Our organisation acknowledges the duty of care to safeguard, protect and promote the welfare of the adults with care and support needs and children listed at the practice and is committed to ensuring safeguarding practice reflects statutory responsibilities, government guidance and complies with best practice and CQC requirements.

This includes completing DBS checks on all successful applicants.


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