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Required to carry out a number of designated tasks, some of which will involve direct care, in support of and under the supervision of a registered nurse.
Work as an effective member of the multi-disciplinary team.
Following appropriate training and assessment, undertake clinical and non-clinical duties in support of the registered nurse.
The post holder is not required to hold statutory qualifications.
Training & Qualifications
Good basic level of secondary school
Willingness to undertake NVQ level 2 in
Evidence of personal development in
One year relevant work experience
Communication and relationship skills
Physically able to perform the full range of nursing duties
Demonstrate clear and effective written and verbal communication skills
Good telephone skills
Ability to pass on information
Understand the practices and principles of confidentiality
Analytical and Judgement skills
Understand the importance of
instructions and written procedures
Able to gather simple clinical
observations and report changes in a
Planning and organisation skills
Delivers care under the supervision of
the registered nurse and in line with
trust policies and procedures
Nursing Auxiliary job description
1.1 assisting with meeting the comfort and hygiene needs of patients which will Include washing/bathing, oral care, escorting to toilet, assisting with bed pans/commodes, making beds and dealing with dirty linen in accordance with procedures.
-assisting the registered staff with taking and recording patients’ temperature, pulse, respiration and blood pressure and completing
patient fluid balance charts assisting with meeting the dietary needs of patients which will include distribution of drinks and meals and helping patients to eat and drink as required.
1.2 Core 4 Participate in the support and implementation of Essence of Care benchmarks.
1.3 Ensure that patients are helped to retain their dignity and individuality.
1.4 Participate in the treatment and rehabilitation of patients as required.
1.5Direct and escort patients and visitors around the clinic/ward and to other departments
1.6 Report back to registered staff all concerns about the patients condition
1,7 Take all reasonable steps to ensure the safe-keeping of patients' property, in accordance with Patients' Property Procedure.
1.8 Comply with all Trust policies with particular regard to the policies and procedures carried out in the event of maintaining staff and patient safety.
1.9 Report all accidents and untoward incidents to the nurse in charge of the area and complete an incident form in accordance with Trust policy.
1.10 Report problems with equipment and facilities to the nurse in charge
1.11 Be prepared to attend and undertake any necessary training, beingaware of the need to develop oneself and to strive to increase personal knowledge.
2.1 Core 1 Maintain good communication with other staff, patients and visitors including answering the telephone is a professional and curteous manner
2.2 Make verbal reports to senior nursing staff regarding the patients in the ward as necessary, following this up with written documentation as needed
2.3 Communicate with and provide support for patients, matrons, carers and visitors
2.5 Liaise with other clinical areas as necessary for the co-ordination of patient care and the smooth running of the ward/unit/department
2.6 Recognise the importance of personal contribution to morale
2.7 Welcome visitors and patients to the clinical area providing
assistance, support and information where required
3.1 Prepare beds, trolleys and equipment ready for admission.
3.2 Assist in unpacking, checking and storing supplies delivered to the area,
reporting when stocks are low.
3.3 Keep clinical area safe, clean and tidy.
4.1 Carry out expected role without the need for constant supervision although recognising limitations and seeking direction when necessary.
4.2 Use initiative in planning daily and weekly routines.
4.3 Core 4 Make a contribution to the development of patient care and setting standards.
4.4 Core 2 Be aware of need for own personal development
4.5 Core 2 Participate in educational programmes as required