The Frimley Integrated Care System is transforming their services for people with Neurological conditions. There is significant investment into these services to support the implementation of the new model. We are looking for an experienced and motivated Parkinson's Specialist Nurse with the vision to develop the PD role in the integrated pathways and deliver high quality assessment and intervention. Their input will be key to promote self-management of people and support the MDT with a ‘make every contact count’ approach.
This new model focuses on a co-ordinated approach to working with people and supporting them to optimally manage their condition. It will involve bringing Consultant Neurologists, specialist nurses, AHPs and psychologists working across several organisations together to work as an integrated team to optimise clinical care.
You will need have relevant Band 6 clinical experience within the neurological/palliative/care of the older person specialities and be an individual who is passionate about patient care. You need to be driven and prepared to ensure the delivery of high quality care at all times. Experience of working jointly with neuropsychology to support people to manage cognitive impairment associated with their neurological disorder would be desirable.
You will need to be able to influence people across primary care, community, social care and acute sectors to ensure that people with neurological conditions have responsive, co-ordinated services that are delivered locally.
This advert closes on Thursday 29 Apr 2021
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