Provide a high standard of specialist Occupational Therapy input to the designated therapy team. Hours may be required to be worked over 7 days between 08.00am and 08.00pm, depending on service need.
To assess and treat patients within a ward or community setting as an autonomous practitioner
Rotation options may include cross organisational rotations
Occupational Therapy assessment of patients with diverse presentations and complex physical and psychological conditions, to contribute to diagnosis and develop and deliver an individualised treatment programme.
Hold responsibility for own complex caseload and be responsible for a defined area of the service or a particular patient type, working without direct supervision.
The postholder will ensure their own personal development and participate in the development of others
To supervise, educate and assess the performance of Occupational Therapy students to ensure the standard of practice and teaching meets the degree standard