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An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the multi professional clinical leadership team for neighbourhood and central services.
This role will provide strategic and operational leadership to Occupational Therapy and community practitioners and develop the clinical professional AHP profession across the Trust’s services in the named pathway group of Neighbourhoods and Central services.
This post will be pivotal in ensuring the provision of a high quality responsive professional leadership, within Allied Health Professional services
The post holder will to ensure the highest possible clinical standards are retained in relation to the Trust strategy in line with the new AHP strategy.
Main aspects of your portfolio will include:
Development of the clinical interventions, shared and self-care interventions for Neighbourhoods and Central services- both NICE informed/ Occupationally driven and implement practices to enable social recovery, activity and employments.
To actively lead on recovery focussed CQUINs.
To provide clinical advice and set quality standards for occupationally driven practices and interventions.
To contribute to the evaluation of standards of care utilising relevant benchmarking information in patient and or AHP or nurse sensitive indicators, clinical and nursing performance and quality standards for the named portfolio for Neighbourhoods and central services.
To provide professional support to Clinical Director as required in the Divisional area in the development and implementation of local quality priorities.
For further information please contact Claire Biernacki or Sarah Butt 0n (01332) 623700.
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