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Locum Practice Nurse job In Greater Manchester 2023 – Vacancy Available

We are currently looking for an experienced Locum Practice Nurse job In Greater Manchester to join our team in a full-time capacity. The Practice Nurse will have the role of providing a diverse range of nursing care to the patients within the Greater Manchester Area. This will involve patients of all ages. This individual will practice independently, safely, ethically, and legally within the scope of the Practicing Nurse Prescriber, prescribing medications, and also other therapies according to best practices.

Job Description

The role requires liaising with other healthcare professionals, providing advice and education to other healthcare professionals and patients, and also ensuring accurate documentation is kept on file. A valid nursing license, certification as a Nurse Prescriber, and current BLS certification are mandatory for this position.

Responsibilities

– Monitor and oversee the health of patients

– Prescribe medication to patients

– Provide patient education

– Collaborate with other healthcare professionals

– Maintain patient records

– Participate in research studies

– Uphold ethical standards

Qualifications for a Nurse Prescriber job in Manchester

To register and practice as a practice nurse in the United Kingdom, you must first meet the following qualifications:

-Firstly, you must be a registered nurse with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC).

-Secondly, you must have completed a recognized prescribing qualification.

-Thirdly, you must have at least two years of post-registration experience as a nurse.

-Fourthly, you must be able to demonstrate competence in prescribing.

 

Skills and experience required for a Nurse Prescriber job

  1. Medical knowledge and clinical skills
  2. Knowledge of pharmacology and medications
  3. Ability to assess and interpret patients’ conditions
  4. Ability to document patient care and medications accurately
  5. Strong communication skills
  6. Problem-solving and critical-thinking skills
  7. Time management and organizational skills
  8. Ability to provide patient education
  9. Understanding of relevant legal and ethical issues
  10. Authorization to prescribe medications

 

Benefits

We offer competitive rates of £35 to £60 per hour (all inclusive of holiday pay) for our Healthcare Assistants.

We have exclusive, weekly access to shifts across the UK and you can pick up jobs a day before – or even up to 12 months in advance!

There are no minimum shift requirements, and whatever your question is, our friendly team is here to support you. Plus, registering with us is fast and easy too!

 

Employment Requirement

Type of Employment: Full Time

Working Hours : 40 hours per week

Hiring Company

To be considered for our current recruitment round, please apply through our website link or submit your application to If we accept your application, we’ll be in touch to schedule an interview. We look forward to hearing from you.

 

Related information

How to become a nurse practitioner in the UK

In the United Kingdom, nurse practitioners (NPs) are advanced practice nurses who have undergone additional training to be able to prescribe medication and order diagnostic tests. NPs are registered nurses (RNs) who have completed a master’s degree or postgraduate diploma in nursing.

 

NPs play an important role in the UK healthcare system, providing high-quality, patient-centered care. If you are a registered nurse who is interested in becoming an NP, there are a few things you need to do.

 

Firstly, you will need to complete a master’s degree or postgraduate diploma in nursing. This will give you the theoretical knowledge and practical skills you need to be an NP. Once you have completed your NP training, you will need to register with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC). The

NMC is the regulatory body for nurses and midwives in the UK and ensures that all healthcare professionals have the necessary qualifications and skills to provide safe and effective care.

 

Secondly, in order to register as an NP with the NMC, you will need to provide evidence of your qualifications, complete an application form, and pay a registration fee. You will also need to demonstrate that you have met the NMC’s requirements for continuing professional development (CPD) and revalidation.

 

Thirdly, as an NP, you will be able to work independently and prescribe medications under your own authority. You may also be able to work in a range of settings, including hospitals, GP practices, care homes, and community health services.

Incase you are looking for other Practice Nurse job In Greater Manchester area, do click here to find other suitable nursing jobs from our website or from the Indeed jobs website.

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