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Public Health Wales

National Nurse Lead End of Life Care

Job description

The NHS Wales Health Collaborative supports NHS organisations in Wales through Networks, Programmes, and Implementation Groups to plan services across organisational boundaries and continually striving to improve the quality of care for patients.

As part of the National Clinical Framework several national programmes have been established to serve as a national requirement for investigating systemic service challenges, developing solutions at scale, supporting service transformation, and providing assurance of equity of service offer across Wales’.

End of life care (EOLC) is included as one of the National Programmes.

Consequently, we are looking to appoint an enthusiastic and experienced clinical lead nurse to work with an existing team in supporting the development and implementation of the National Programme for End of Life Care.

The role will give the post-holder exposure to a wide range of experiences. If you enjoy a dynamic and varied work environment and are seeking to improve your development and leadership opportunities, then we would love to hear from you.

This post is fixed term / secondment for 12 months due to funding. If you wish to be offered on a secondment basis, you will need to have gained your line managers approval for the secondment prior to going to interview.

Main duties of the job

To provide professional and clinical leadership to the End of Life Implementation Group (EOLIG) within their own area of expertise;
To provide clinical advice to constituent organisations of the EOLIG in relation to the portfolio area;
To communicate the EOLIG’s vision around future health services in a way which motivates the clinical community based on improving outcomes within a value based context from national policy through to local delivery level;
To inspire colleagues to innovate and problem solve acting in the best interests of the population and take collective responsibility for decision making;
To assist with the development of the new End of Life Care Programme as per the National Clinical Framework and Quality Statements for EOLC.

The ability to speak Welsh is desirable for this post; English and / or Welsh speakers are equally welcome to apply.
 


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