United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust was formed in April 2000 by the merger of the three former acute hospital trusts in Lincolnshire. It provides acute hospital services to the people of Lincolnshire from District General Hospitals at Lincoln (CountyHospital) and Boston (PilgrimHospital) and from hospitals in Grantham, Louth, Skegness and Spalding. It employs approximately 7,000 staff and in the previous year has treated 175,000 accident and emergency patients, nearly half a million outpatients and almost 100,000 inpatients.
The United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust has established strong partnership with the regional NHS Trusts and Universities and has been successful in establishing and hosting East Midlands Clinical Research Network (EM CRN) staff and supporting clinical research for many specialities (i.e. Cardiology, Stroke, Cancer, Diabetes, Medicines for Children, and dementia and Neurodegenerative diseases). The Trust is receiving over £14 million funding to support commercial and non-commercial clinical trials.
Lincolnshire Clinical Research Facility (LCRF) was established in May 2005 in the R & D Department to promote and support clinical trials. Over the past five years the LCRF have had several successful achievements including finalist and highly commended status in the prestigious National Health Service Journal Awards and National Patient Experience Network awards. LCRF Clinical Trials Pharmacy Team were runners up in the Significant Contribution of Services Supporting Research category
The successful applicant will be expected to work on a variety of clinical trials, alongside consultants and clinical research staff at Lincoln County Hospital. This role will require an enthusiastic and motivated individual with excellent organisational, communication and effective time management skills, the ability to work on their own initiative. Previous clinical trials experience is not essential, as supported by experienced research staff.
The post holder is expected to treat patients, service users and carers with courtesy, care and compassion at all times, treating each person as an individual by offering a personalised service. Trust staff will adopt behaviours and attitudes which promote, supports and respects privacy and dignity in accordance with the Trust Dignity policies and dignity in care pledges. Staff are expected to challenge poor practice in relation to dignity and treat each other with respect.
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The United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust is one of the largest hospital trusts in the country. We provide a comprehensive range of hospital based medical, surgical, paediatric, obstetric and gynaecological services to over 800,000 people across the county of Lincolnshire. The Trust’s core values are:
- Patient Centred
- Respect and
ULHT recognises that everyone is different, and values the unique contribution that individual experiences, knowledge and skills make in delivering quality healthcare and becoming a model employer. We are committed to transforming our organisational culture by actively committing to implementing the Trust Single Equality Scheme, and other policies, such as the Dignity in Care policy and the Dignity at Work policy. We will continue to promote equality and challenge discrimination in all service provision, recognising and meeting the needs of the diverse communities we serve. We will strive to provide an environment in which people want to work and to be a model employer leading in good employment practice.
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