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Emergency Nurse job description
The role of the Nurse Practitioner is to work autonomously within the Minor Injury Unit
Knowledge,Education, Qualifications and Training
• RGN Educated to diploma level or Paramedic qualification.
• Autonomous practitioner /Emergency Care Practice degree level or higher qualification.
• Knowledge & skills in Minor Injuries for both adults & children.
• IR(ME)R training certification.
Experience and Achievement
• Awareness and understanding of current issues affecting patients in a Minor Injury setting
• Recent experience in an acute setting
Skills, abilities and competencies, including special skills, e.g. verbal, written, driving
• Awareness of the specific needs of patients admitted to a Minor Injury Unit.
• Skilled in suturing/plastering/venepucture/cannulation. X-ray requesting & interpretation.
• Able to administer medicines using PGD’s.
• Competent in the usage of ECG machine, computer skills.
• Good communication skills (verbal & non verbal) required across a multidisciplinary team.
Personal qualities and Aptitudes,
e.g. interpersonal skills, tact, flexible working, influencing working.
• A willingness to work flexibly
• Ability to work in a busy environment.
• Ability to prioritise and organise a clinical workload effectively
• The ability to develop effective and supportive working relationships with colleagues
• Development and maintenance of a multi-disciplinary service that ensures the best clinical outcome for patients at all times.
• The Nurse Practitioner will work as an autonomous practitioner assessing, diagnosing, providing treatment and discharge plan (or transfer of care) for patients in accordance with protocols, policies and procedures.
• Able to prioritise own patient care and workload effectively. Accountable for own actions.
• Responsible for, and ensures that all patient data is accurate.
• Provide accurate records which are legible, complete and reflect the holistic assessment according to clinical protocols, whilst demonstrating the need for respecting confidentiality.
• Independently administer an agreed range of medication according to patient group directives and in accordance with policy
• Independently request and interpret xrays and formulate a diagnosis and definitive treatment plan in accordance with policy.
• The Nurse Practitioner is responsible for referring a patient to another health care professional/specialist, where appropriate, for further treatment or follow up.
• The Nurse Practitioner will provide a Minor Injury review clinic on a daily basis.
• Promote a culture that offers advice and education to patients to enable them to manage their own care, helping to prevent future illness/accidents, and promote good health.
• Be knowledgeable and able to assess and instigate emergency treatment for all patients attending the Minor Injury Unit.
• Be competent and up to date in all child protection issues and adhere to policies and procedures at all times. Responsible for liaising and referring any concerns/issues to the appropriate discipline.
• Be competent and up to date with clinical skills and education:
o Resuscitation of Adults and Paeds
o Anaphylaxis management
o Local anaesthesia/digital ring block
o Xray request/interpretation
o Emergency Contraception
o Minor ailments
• Able to communicate very sensitive complex condition-related information using a range of interpersonal skills
• Responsible for ensuring competence checking, use and maintenance of all department equipment.
5. Personal Development
• Take responsibility for own professional development and the advancement of clinical skills. Ensure up to date with professional change and development.
• Undertake education and training, as required, in order to develop personal competence, service development and Business Plan, e.g. prescribing course.