CPN - Band 6 - CMHT - Wandsworth & West Battersea - £25 - £29 per hour
We require Band 6 Nurses needed for South West London and St Georges NHS trust based in Wandsworth.
The team works with a defined group of general practitioners and serves a diverse population in Wandsworth. The team provides support to people with severe and enduring or acute mental health problems to address their mental health and social care needs.
Benefits as a CMHT Band 6 CPN:
Monday to Friday- can be some flexibility
Good team and management
Covid regulations in place and took very seriously Job Summary as a CMHT Band 6 CPN:
To work within the Trust's CPA/Care Management framework and the standards set out in the Adult Directorates Operational Policy for Community Mental Health Teams.
The post holder as part of an integrated, multi-professional team will undertake the care coordinator role for a defined caseload of clients with severe and enduring mental health problems.
The post holder will be expected to promote, by example and leadership, a high standard of patient care.
The post holder will communicate and collaborate effectively with all agencies and agents involved in supporting adults with severe mental health problems. Responsibilities as a CPN:
To be responsible for the flexible management of a defined caseload designed to meet the individual needs of the client and the carer's.
To maintain high standard of individualised client care, recognising factors and events that are likely to affect the mental, emotional and physical well-being of clients/carers and provide advice and support when required.
To act as a care coordinator in assessing clients' needs and strengths through a collaborative approach, ensuring that all clients have care plans and that these are implemented and regularly reviewed/updated.
To develop and maintain a high standard of practice, based on assessment, through the use of a range of psychosocial approaches, within a health and psycho-social framework.
To communicate/liaise effectively within relevant agencies to ensure that an integrated programmed of care is provided throughout.
To implement and/or participate in crisis intervention measures with the client/family or in conjunction with other agencies.
To supervise and monitor the therapeutic effects and side-effects of prescribed medication providing the client with clear advice and information in accordance with the Trust Policy and the NMC Standards for administration of drugs.
To organise and participate in the admission, discharge and transfer of clients in accordance with the Trust Policies.
To provide clients and carer's with verbal and written up to date information on the services offered by the Trust, how to express their views, complaints procedure and what they can expect from the CMHT.
To attend weekly clinical meetings to provide the team with relevant information in relation to caseload, referrals and to feedback on new assessment.
To develop and maintain effective working relationships with in-patient facilities regarding admission and discharge of clients.
To facilitate carers' assessments, provide the appropriate care plan to meet identified needs and to monitor efficacy.Essential requirements:
Eligible to work in the UK
Qualified as a CPN/RMN
Full UK licence holder
Registered with the NMCWhy Liquid Personnel?
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