East Belfast GP Federation wish to recruit for a permanent ANP
Hours per week: Up to 30 hours.
The ANP within their scope of Advanced Level practice, and appropriately defined boundaries and supervision requirements, will:
- Work at advanced level, practice autonomously, as well as within a multidisciplinary team, using a person-centred partnership approach.
- Develop specialised clinical and theoretical knowledge, in order to independently and accurately assess, diagnose, plan, implement and evaluate treatment/interventions, including physical examination, medical history and psychosocial history to facilitate appropriate care for patients who present to the Area of Practice.
- Apply clinical reasoning and principles of evidenced based practice pertinent to their area of practice. This may include drug and non-drug-based treatment, prescribing medication and evaluating the effectiveness of the interventions.
- Live Registration with NMC
- Have an MSc qualification in Advanced Nursing Practice/Advanced Clinical Practice
- Hold V300 Non-medical prescribing qualification.
- 3 years’ experience of working as a nurse in a Primary/Community environment.
- Proven experience of working autonomously as a qualified ANP demonstrating decision making and clinical judgement in the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment, including prescribing for a diverse range of patients.
For full essential criteria and further information, please see the application pack.
Please note application is via our application form only. If applying via NI Jobs, please ensure you complete the application form you will receive from us via email as NI Jobs CVs are not accepted.
The closing date for submission of completed applications is 12 noon Friday 11th November 2022
It will be necessary to carry out an Enhanced Disclosure Check through Access NI before any appointment to this post
GP Federations are Equal Opportunities employers.
• Live Registration with NMC
• Have an MSc qualification in Advanced Nursing Pr
• Hold V300 Non-medical prescribing qualification.