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  • Day Webster - Medical Recruitment
  • Day Webster - Medical Recruitment
  • Day Webster - Medical Recruitment
  • Day Webster - Medical Recruitment
  • Day Webster - Medical Recruitment
  • Day Webster - Medical Recruitment

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Nursing/Doctors Vacancies

Accident and Emergency

Emergency Department is the modern term for the Accident and Emergency Department (A&E). The staff in the emergency department are doctors and nurses who are specially trained in assessing and managing emergencies: life- or limb-threatening illness or injuries, and minor injuries.

We offer permanent, locum and temporary contract opportunities for Accident and Emergency Staff in the UK and further afield.

At Day Webster Healthcare we pride ourselves on the strong relationships we build with all our clients, which enable us to deliver what our clients require and keep the promises we make.

Our dedicated team have strong industry experience and can provide a range of individually tailored workforce solutions, from fully staffing a new service with permanent employees to providing a fully managed relief panel to cover last minute and planned absences.

Job Summary:
- Assess patients, plans and implement care in Accident & Emergency (A&E) Department
- Provide advice and maintain associated records
- Carry out nursing procedures
- Possible provision of clinical supervision and managerial leadership to other staff and/or students
- Work within codes of practice and professional guidelines.

Patients in a hospital setting:
- Registered on the appropriate part of the NMC register for the assignment.
- Assignments in adult areas RN (Adult) / RN1/ RN2.
- Assignments in child areas RN (Child) / RN8.
- Ability to assess, plan, implement & evaluate programmes of care.
- Good interpersonal skills with the ability to relate within the interdisciplinary team and across disciplines and agencies.
- Effective communication skills (written, non-verbal & verbal).
- Ability to function effectively as a team member.
- Self-motivated, uses own initiative and will make decisions.
- Ability to manage and prioritise workload (self and others) and allocate work to meet patient needs and A&E targets.
- Supervise and train junior staff.
- Excellent time management and effective delegation skills.
- IT skills.
- Work well in stressful situations and able to respond effectively to challenging environments.
- Maintain clear and accurate records of own assessments, nursing care and treatment delivered and how effective these have been

Competent and effective clinical nursing skills, including:
- Ability to record a ECG IV cannulation, IV additives and administration of IV medicines (to have received appropriate training and assessment at the authority where the assignment is taking place before being authorised to carry out these tasks at that authority).
- Ability to demonstrate safe use of patient equipment including infusion devices.
- Competency in in basic life support and effective wound care.
- Ensure all patients and relatives are treated with respect and dignity at all times.
- Understand of clinical governance and its implications for nursing care.
- Understand the principles of confidentiality and how to handle information in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. Knowing when information given to them in confidence must be shared with a manager or members of the interdisciplinary team.
- An awareness and knowledge of current issues, protocols and policies in relation to protection of vulnerable adults and children.
- Sensitivity and responsiveness to the race, culture, religion, age, disability, gender and sexuality of the person receiving care, their relatives and representatives.
- Ensuring that own actions support equality, diversity, rights and maintain quality.
- Understand and follow the Agency’s and authority’s policies for reporting concerns, responding incidents, seeking guidance and complaints handling.
- Comply at all times with health and safety regulations and take responsibility for health and safety of self and others at all times.
- Work according to the NMC Standards of Conduct, Performance and Ethics for Nurses and Midwives.
- Ability to recognise and work within the limits of own competence and deliver care based on best available evidence or best practice.

Our full service consists of:
- Permanent, locum and contract staffing solutions. A 24/7 on-call service is available.
- Ad hoc cover for annual leave, sick leave or increased staffing demands as a result of increased service provision.
- Regular training courses.
- A comprehensive pre-employment candidate vetting service, including a Garda and UK police check.
- Full payroll support team.
- All our staff are fully vetted through our rigorous compliance procedure.

For all queries call our dedicated A&E Team on 020 8498 6834 or email

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