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I am a 23 year old qualified nurse with a range of experience across different employment sectors. I am a hardworking nursing professional bringing 3+ years of experience delivering exceptional care to patients with ill mental health and/or learning disabilities. I have specialised within the Children and Adolescent Mental Health Service and bode extensive knowledge and experience care planning within the community and liaising with social services. I am driven and attentive in all that I do and care greatly for the needs of others. Furthermore, I pride myself on being an organised and dependable candidate who always offers a 'Can Do!' positive and enthusiastic attitude. I am eager to learn and ready to join this team. Before my nursing career, I had a career in hospitality, working as a Meeting & Events Coordinator for the Raddison Hotel Group. This included client-focused planning and implementation to the highest level, providing experiences for premier league football clubs and special couples on their wedding day.
Whilst working for the CAMHS service I always aimed to improve the lives of children and young people with mental ill health by minimising the impact of their condition through the delivery of excellent services to promote recovery and well being. I ensure I act with compassion in meeting the needs of children and young people and their carers.
I am professionally accountable and responsible for patient care, undertaking a range of clinical/therapeutic interventions in patients' homes and other community settings.I implement, as appropriate, relevant specialist therapeutic approaches, to complement and enhance existing resources. I prioritise and ensure brilliant organisational skills to best manage my caseload.
I promote social inclusion, community access and participation through the provision of patient care. I also facilitate others in the team to develop competence by providing leadership, day to day supervision, clinical advice and clinical supervision to members of the clinical team and student nurses.
I always maintain safety, privacy and dignity of all children and young people in the delivery of patient centred care recognising and respecting differences including spiritual and cultural beliefs.Furthermore, I take steps to obtain patient consent to care and treatment (or consent from the person with parental responsibility), in accordance with the Mental Capacity Act and Fraser Guidelines, ensuring that patients who lack mental capacity remain at the centre of decision-making and are fully safeguarded.
I am responsible for recognising the potential for or signs of patient harm, abuse or neglect, including poor clinical practice, reporting all such concerns and taking all reasonable steps to protect the patient. Responsible for identifying and reporting concerns regarding the safeguarding of children who may be at risk and participate in Safeguarding Children Strategy meetings.
Responsible for ensuring the highest professional standards and attitudes towards the care of children and young people are maintained at all times and that care is delivered in accordance with evidence based practice by all members of the team. Patients have a range of mental health conditions, may demonstrate behaviours that challenge and may have difficult family situations of relevance.
I assess patients including those with complex needs and develop, implement and evaluate intervention plans as part of the multi-disciplinary team, with the involvement of the patient and their carer or person with parental responsibility. Ensuring that intervention plans are based on current risk assessment, evidence based practice, critical thinking and whole system support requirements that take account of relevant physical, social, cultural, psychological, spiritual, genetic and environmental factors.
In my role as an Aspirant Nurse at LRH, I supported and cared for individuals with a diagnosed Learning Disability, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and a wide range of mental health conditions and difficulties.
I worked closely with the multi-disciplinary team that was made up of clinical leads, registered nurses, occupational therapists, speech and language therapists and consultant psychiatrists. I developed collaborative and needs based care plans through assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation. Working to ensure a person-centred based environment was ensured at all times; by identifying strategies and plans for future care to maximise the patient's strengths and minimise the impact of their needs on their daily lives to promote independence and mental ill health recovery.
Furthermore, I promoted patient and family comfort and confidence in our service during challenging times to advocate, encourage and support their road to recovery. I did this by building caring, compassionate relationships with patients. Consistently providing emotional support and encouragement during their admission to hospital due to mental ill health and/or behaviour which may challenge. This allowed me to further understand the importance of building a therapeutic relationship with patients.
I observed and documented patient factors such as diets, physical activity and behaviours to understand conditions and effectively modify care and intervention plans if needed. I used first-hand knowledge and clinical expertise to advocate for patients under care and aided patients to complete day-to-day tasks, including bathing, dressing and eating.
I promoted and maintained safety of patients at all times. I also ensured that I always took steps to obtain patient consent to care and treatment in accordance with the Mental Capacity Act, ensuring that patients who lack mental capacity are cared for in the least restrictive way.
I always kept the highest professional standards and attitudes towards the care of patients at all times, ensuring that all care delivered is in accordance with evidence based practice, the 6 C's and the trust's values. Eternally, I communicate with patients in an effective, respectful and compassionate manner and always aim to positively minimise anxiety and distress related to their health and well-being.
Whilst working within the Specialist Health Team, I worked to improve the lives of people with learning disabilities by minimising the impact of their condition through the delivery of excellent services to promote recovery and well being. I completed Positive Behaviour Support plans, liaising with parents, caregivers and services. I conducted Behaviour Assessments and assessed patient's mental health. I also completed physical health interventions, assessing the significant impact dental health, diet and sleep hygiene can have on an individual's quality of life and mental health.
I was compassionate in meeting the needs of patients and their carers. I held my own caseload while with this team, supporting individual's with ill mental health and challenging behaviour. Implementing strategies in regards to Positive Behaviour Support and centred all assessment around the person themselves, their wants and needs. I was consistently both professionally accountable and responsible for patient care undertaking a range of clinical/therapeutic interventions in patients' homes and other community settings.
I always aimed to promote social inclusion, community access and participation through the provision of patient care. Furthermore, importantly I promote at all times a positive image of people with learning disabilities, neurodevelopmental conditions such as ASD, ADHD.
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