Dermatology specialist - RGN

Posted 08 February 2024
Salary £28 - 30 per hour
Discipline Community Nurses
ReferenceDermatology RGN
Contact NameThomas Musgrove

Job description

Dermatology specialist: Registered Nurse

£28-£30 per hour


Are you a Registered Nurse with a passion for skin health and a proven track record in Dermatology?

If so, this opportunity might be your perfect match!

Personal Specification:

  • An experienced Dermatology Nurse with a keen eye and clinical expertise.
  • Someone who has experience handling skin concerns and providing outstanding care.
  • Qualification in dermatology desired but not essential, experience is key!

Job description:

  •  As an autonomous practitioner, you'll independently assess, diagnose, and treat patients with skin conditions, providing clear information and guidance.
  • Share your expertise by offering professional leadership, advice, and support to primary care staff who encounter dermatology cases.
  • Equip primary care practitioners with the knowledge and skills they need to effectively manage common skin concerns, enhancing overall patient care.
  • Collaborate with colleagues on initiatives like audits, research, and education to refine nursing practices and elevate patient services.
  • Meticulously record and maintain all relevant information on the dermatology service for optimal transparency and efficiency.

You will be expected to :

  • Partner with local primary care practitioners to develop strategies that empower their teams and improve community access to dermatology services.
  • Take full clinical responsibility for your caseload, ensuring each patient receives individualized attention and optimal care.
  • Foster patient understanding by providing up-to-date information on health promotion, skin care, and educational resources.
  • Proactively seek opportunities to enhance dermatology care by proposing alternative practices and championing evidence-based changes.
  • Collaborate with the clinical lead to develop comprehensive referral guidelines, clinical protocols, and treatment plans.