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Clinical Lead – Deterioration

1 PA (0.5 days) per week, fixed term until 31 March 2021
We are looking for an experienced and motivated clinician with genuine enthusiasm for patient safety to act as champion for the deterioration work within the UCLPartners region.
Salary: In line with current salary if seconded

Closing date:
21 August 2020

The role

The role will support the delivery of a key element of the UCLPartners patient safety programme, involving collaboration with key stakeholders at the interface between acute, primary care and all providers of care including social care, as well as key national stakeholders. Help make a difference to people’s lives, and support the spread of improvements and innovations in health and social care.

The post holder will support the delivery of the National Patient Safety Improvement Programme, as part of the local and national response to COVID-19, as well as UCLPartners’ longer-term interest in this area. The focus will be on supporting health and care teams to make improvements in the identification and management of deteriorating patients, particularly in non-acute settings.

The person

Interest in the role is invited from clinicians from a medical or nursing background with strong experience in multi-disciplinary working; they could be a GP, Geriatrician or suitably qualified AHP or Nurse. The successful candidate will be a credible leader who can build engagement and secure co-operation of key stakeholders at the interface between acute, primary care and all providers of care including social care.

How to apply

Please submit your CV and a short supporting statement outlining your motivation for applying for the role and what makes a suitable candidate (max. 300 words). 

CLOSING DATE 21st August 2020 12pm.

Interviews will take place w/c 24 August 2020

If you are interested in this role, please read the full job description found here.

If you have any questions about this role, please contact