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Clinical Pharmacist - Hospital/Yorkshire Coast and Wolds PCN

Band 7

Main area
Pharmacy
Grade
Band 7
Contract
Permanent
Hours
Full-time 37.5 hours per week
Job ref
356-20-2583191
Site
Hull Royal Infirmary / Castle Hill Hospital
Town
Hull
Salary
£38,890 - £44,503 pro rata, per annum**
Salary period
Yearly
Closing
29/09/2020 23:59

Band 7 to 8a progression post

Looking for a new challenge and to widen your horizon? Looking to equip yourself for a future in Pharmacy working in Primary AND Secondary Care? Hull University Teaching Hospitals may be the next step for you!

We are looking for enthusiastic and motivated clinical pharmacists to take on an exciting new opportunity working in a joint post within our Acute Hospital and Yorkshire Coast and Wolds Primary Care Network (employed by Hull University Teaching Hospital Trusts). We are offering this post as a transitional post, the successful candidate will have the opportunity to progress  to an Advanced  Clinical Pharmacist (8a) on completion of the CPPE Pathway, Independent Prescribing Qualification and demonstration of clinical knowledge and leadership . If an applicant has all the necessary skills and knowledge to meet these criteria from the outset we would consider appointing them as an advanced clinical (8a) pharmacist initially. 

This is a new role and will develop over time. Within PCN you will work autonomously as part of a multi-disciplinary team, in a patient facing role including face to face and telephone consultations, supporting patients to manage their long-term conditions through structured medication reviews. You will support patients and practices with prescription and medication queries and provide clinical leadership on medication safety, medicines optimisation and quality improvement.

Within the hospital setting, you will be expected to provide a clinical pharmacy service to allocated wards and offer advice to medical, nursing, other healthcare staff and patients on all aspects of the safe & effective use of medicines. This includes facilitating reconciliation, discharge planning and patient counselling, supporting clinical trials process and the safe introduction of electronic prescribing systems.

HEY Hospitals is a supportive environment for professional development with a range of experienced and specialist senior pharmacists. The Trust is keen to support the professional development of the entire pharmacy workforce and you will be expected to support, motivate and engage with others. Within PCN, you will be supported by a GP clinical mentor. You will also enrol on the CPPE Primary Care Pharmacy Education Pathway and complete an Independent Prescribing Qualification, unless qualifications already held.

The Yorkshire Coast and Wolds PCN is a large rural PCN of 50000 patients covering four large, resilient and forward thinking dispensing practices covering some of the most beautiful areas in the East Riding. They have a track record of working together for many years before the development of the PCN DES in 2019 and are excited by the concept and development of PCNs. They have excellent working relationships with other providers within the health and social needs economy and are actively working toward more integrated working with our health and social needs partners in order to improve clinical care, patient experience and the working lives of our staff. The practices are familiar with Clinical Pharmacists and already have senior clinical pharmacists embedded within teams allowing the successful applicant the opportunity to work alongside experienced colleagues. They have a proven track record of supporting training of non-medical prescribers and PCN’s member practices are heavily involved in teaching and training from undergraduate level to the continued professional development needs of well seasoned veterans.  

We are offering a unique, innovative and exciting opportunity to continue to develop knowledge, skills and expertise both in Hospital Pharmacy and in General Practice allowing the post holder the best of both worlds and a truly holistic perspective in patient care.

Applications are welcome from GPhC registered pharmacists with patient-facing, clinical experience from any sector.

The post requires weekend and bank holiday working, and includes participation in the on call service.

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Applicant requirements

You must have appropriate UK professional registration.

The postholder will have access to vulnerable people in the course of their normal duties and as such this post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service to check for any previous criminal convictions.

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Further details / informal visits contact

Name
Marie Miller
Job title
Principle Pharmacist
Email address
marie.miller@hey.nhs.uk
Telephone number
01482 675587 or 01482 674731
Additional information

For further information please contact Marie Miller (marie.miller@hey.nhs.uk) Principle Pharmacist Education and Training & Medicine Health Group Lead or Grace Gough Deputy Chief Pharmacist (grace.gough@hey.nhs.uk)

Contact details: Marie tel 01482 675587 (direct) or 01482 674731 (Admin team), e-mail marie.miller@hey.nhs.uk or Grace  tel 01482674520 or 01482 674731 (Admin team), email grace.gough@hey.nhs.uk