This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced Advanced Clinical Practitioner or an established Academic with clinical experience of Advanced Clinical Practice to join the Department of Midwifery and CPD in the Three Counties School of Nursing and Midwifery.
The post can be on a full or part time capacity, supporting delivery of the highly successful MSc Advanced Clinical Practice (ACP) and recently approved Advanced Clinical Practice Apprenticeship.
The successful candidate will join a multi-professional team of enthusiastic, committed, and friendly staff and will work collaboratively with colleagues across the Department, School and the wider University. To reflect National Multi-professional developments in ACP (NHSE 2017), we are encouraging applications from individuals with varied professional registration, for example nurses, midwives, physiotherapists, occupational therapists and paramedics.
The post holder will be committed to promoting academic enquiry that develops critical thinking in students; supporting safe, effective and evidence-based decision making, whilst developing expertise that supports existing and more established roles in health and social care settings. The post holder will be required to support ACP students through their academic and clinical development of the four pillars of advanced practice: clinical expertise, education, leadership and management, and research (NHSE 2017).
By providing expert knowledge, the post holder will teach across the MSc Advanced Clinical Practice/ACP Apprenticeship programmes and other courses within the School; lead agreed MSc modules; assess students and supervise students’ MSc research projects. The post holder will engage in curriculum development, contributing to the transformational health and social care agenda supporting new models of healthcare delivery through new ways of working.
The Three Counties School of Nursing and Midwifery upholds the overall mission of the University by providing high quality, accessible learning opportunities, promoting academic enquiry and the advancement of knowledge. Service user and carer involvement in course development and delivery is an increasingly important aspect of our work, as is inter-professional and interagency working.