Clinical Lead - Hospice - #49131

East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust


Date: 1 week ago
City: Burnley
Salary: £43,742 - £50,056 per year
Contract type: Full time
This is an opportunity to join Pendleside Hospice Clinical team in a collaborative post between Hospice and ELHT. You will provide clinical leadership to the Hospice clinical team including Occupational Therapists, rehab assistants and assistant Practitioner. The Hospice provides a rehab day service, inpatient beds and community service for people within the Pendle and Burnley area. You will carry a clinical caseload of community and outpatients alongside providing clinical leadership and management for the team. Experience of caring for or working with palliative patients and their carers is essential.

A visit to the Hospice is recommended please contact [email protected] Clinical Service Manager to arrange a visit. For further information please contact [email protected]

Provide operational and line management to a designated team in the delivery of a highly effective, safe and personal service, delivered around the needs of individual patients/carers as described by agreed goals/outcome measures and within defined clinical pathways.

Working within the multidisciplinary teams, act as the Clinical Lead for the designated service area providing a high level of clinical expertise with regard to highly specialist assessment skills and interactions within a defined patient group.

An active member of the leadership structure, the postholder will contribute toward the strategic operational and clinical development of the service.

Provide teaching and highly specialist support in the management of complex conditions, educating other healthcare professionals and wider stakeholders.

There is a requirement to work with agreement with the Hospice to provide a 5 day service, Monday- Friday between the hours 8.30am- 6pm

At East Lancashire Hospitals Trust, our vision is to be widely recognised for providing safe, personal and effective care. We currently provide high quality services and treat over 600,000 people across East Lancashire and the surrounding area. We employ over 7,000 staff, many of whom are internationally renowned and have won awards for their work.

We are a supportive trust with a clear development and training pathway

To provide clinical leadership and highly specialised expertise to a defined patient group to ensure that pathways, standards, competencies, training and monitoring are in place for the designated team, using agreed clinical pathways.

Undertake comprehensive assessments at a highly specialist level, set patient centred goals, create evidence-based treatment plans, monitor, and evaluate a designated caseload of patients.

Interpret and analyse clinical and non-clinical factors including physical, environmental, psychosocial, mental, and cultural aspects of the patient’s life. To provide advice and intervention to facilitate an optimum level of function.

Formulate goals in partnership with the patient, clearly communicating your clinical reasoning to justify your recommendations and utilising most appropriate treatment / intervention for the patients’ needs.

Responsible for the effective management of a complex caseload individually and within team, requiring allocation and reallocation of work on a daily basis to meet changing clinical priorities and adherence to quality and performance measures.

Contribute to the wider multidisciplinary team to provide evidence-based expertise within your specialist area.

Contribute to the creation and review of procedures, standards and guidance relating to clinical practice and monitor effectiveness.

Liaise with peers and specialist interest groups both regionally and nationally, to collaborate, share learning and develop shared resources to achieve standardised, best practice within your clinical area.

Ensure the service provided by yourself and your team is safe, personal and effective. Achieving compliance to governance standards through monitoring, performance, incident reporting, risk management, outcome measures, patient experience, compliments and complaints.

Assess capacity of patients in order to gain valid informed consent for intervention and work within organisational policy with patients who lack capacity.

Initiate and organise reviews involving multiagency partners, taking the role of key worker, coordinator where required

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