As a continence nurse you will carry out continence assessments, treatments and reviews for patients with bladder or bowel continence needs within the Community Setting and in Residential Homes.
You will be involved in clinical practice, health promotion, and teaching and develop their specialist knowledge to support, advise and educate.
The Continence Service is paper ‘light’ and uses technology for its main method of communication and Systm One for patient records.
The Vacancy is full time but 4 days (30 hours would be considered) and can be based at St Peter's Hospital Maldon or Wren House in Chelmsford
As a Continence Nurse you would work as part of an enthusiastic, specialist team carrying out Continence Assessments for people in their own home or Residential Care Homes, where there is an identified bladder or bowel problem. Continence promotion, bladder retraining, lifestyle advice and clinical support are all elements of the care you would provide along with product selection and containment advice.
You will be liaising with the wider multi-disciplinary team in support of your clinical work.
Clinical care is carried out via telephone, video and face to face appointments.
Provide is a highly respected award-winning health and social care provider. We are growing in size and influence, transforming lives by treating, caring and educating people. We recognise the value of recruiting a diverse, multi-cultural workforce by encouraging diversity through our recruitment practice.
We believe in investing in our staff and rewarding high standards of care. We offer development opportunities as well as a wide range of benefits.
This post is eligible to join the NHS Pension Scheme
This advert closes on Thursday 14 Oct 2021
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