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November 2012 President Update
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The BAUN Annual General Meeting is taking place on Monday 12th November 2012 at 3:15pm at the Hilton Brighton Metropole in Brighton. To view the BAUN Notification of AGM please click here.To view the draft minutes of the BAUN 2011 AGM please click here.
The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust
Rapid Diagnosis and Assessment
Clinical Nurse Specialist - Urology
Band 7 - £36,917 - £46,837 pa inc
37.5 hours (Chelsea / Sutton)
We are seeking an enthusiastic and motivated clinical nurse specialist to deliver expert care and management for private sector patients referred for the rapid diagnosis of urinary symptoms. The post will also provide high quality specialist nursing knowledge for patients, their families and other healthcare professionals in the care and treatments associated with urology cancer. The post is designed to lead the private specialist nursing service for urology cancer and actively work with private care clinicians, other urology care specialists and colleagues within the Royal Marsden, other hospitals and the community to provide seamless co-ordination of patient care across the patient pathway to maximise patient satisfaction and outcomes.
You will have experience in the diagnosis and care of patients with urology cancer. You will need an understanding of all treatment modalities associated with urology cancer and the complexities involved in caring for this group of patients. You will also be required to demonstrate an understanding of the private care sector and the specific needs and expectations of this group of patients. You will be working very closely with the Trust’s consultant surgeons and oncologists to provide the highest level of support for private patients within the urology unit.
You will have a clear understanding of the role of the Clinical Nurse Specialist as a clinical expert, leader, researcher and educator. You will also be committed to the development of specialist nursing practice and demonstrate evidence of ongoing professional and academic development.
You will also need to have successfully completed a first degree and have either attained your Masters degree or willing to consider further study. If you wish to arrange an informal visit or require further information please contact Richard Schorstein, Matron for Private Care on 020 7811 or Louise McNamara, Divisional Nurse Director for Private Care on 020 7811.
Closing date: 14 March 2014.