Neonatal Governance Nursing Lead
University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
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Following NHSE's Long Term Plan (LTP) commitment to new investment to support delivery of the Neonatal Critical Care Review (NCCR) we have been allocated funded to create a valuable quality role within our Neonatal services.
Main duties of the job
As the Neonatal Governance Lead the post holder will take responsibility for leading investigations of significant events and serious incidents, producing and monitoring action plans. There will be an expectation that you will provide support and information for staff to learn from incidents, taking into consideration human factors, route cause analysis pathways and assurance that change in practice has been embedded to prevent re-occurrence. This role will be working alongside the Neonatal Team and Women's Health Safety Team.
Part of the role will be providing on-going clinical support to the Neonatal Team with allocated clinical rota support. This will ensure that skills are maintained and provide a varied experience to the position holder.
University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (UCLH) is one of the most complex NHS trusts in the UK, serving a large and diverse population. We provide academically led acute and specialist services, to people from the local area, from throughout the United Kingdom and overseas. Our vision is to deliver top-quality patient care, excellent education, and world-class research.
We provide first-class acute and specialist services across eight sites:
- University College Hospital (incorporating the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Wing)
- National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery
- Royal National ENT and Eastman Dental Hospitals
- University College Hospital Grafton Way Building
- Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine
- University College Hospital Macmillan Cancer Centre
- The Hospital for Tropical Diseases
- University College Hospital at Westmoreland Street
We are dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of many complex illnesses. UCLH specialises in women's health and the treatment of cancer, infection, neurological, gastrointestinal and oral disease. It has world class support services including critical care, imaging, nuclear medicine and pathology.
At UCLH, we have a real 'One Team' ethos, and our values - safety, kindness, teamwork and improving, are central to the way we work. This is supported by our staff, who voted us as the #1 NHS Acute Trust to work for in the whole of England.
For a full and detailed description of the role, all applicants are advised to read the attached Job Description.
Knowledge and Qualifications
Other Requirements for the post
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