Community nurse delivers an integrative holistic, person-centred approach to care.
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EPUT Community Nursing
What do Community Nurses do?
As a Community Nurse, you will play a key role through anticipatory case management of health care needs, supporting service users with their independence.
This could involve:
- Treating and caring for people in a safe environment
- Enhancing quality of life for people with long-term conditions
- Providing palliative care
- Wound care
- Preventing the deterioration of health
What do you need to join us?
- A NMC UK Registration
- Hold a full valid UK driving licence
- Own a car
As well as these, there are certain qualities we look for in Community Nurses:
Is confident and able to cope in potentially challenging situations
Takes a holistic, person-centred approach to care.
Considers the service users other health conditions and social issues.
Is ready to develop skills, knowledge and career.
What our team have to say about working in Community Nursing:
Become a Healthcare Community Leader
Community nursing has greatly evolved over the years and offers highly skilled mix of care which prevents hospital admission and maintains patients to remain cared for in their own environment.
As a nurse in the community, you are the frontline of care and must be able to manage patients effectively and make quick decisions.
Community nursing is a service that has become much more dynamic over the years and to be part of nursing people to allow them to remain in their own homes can be complex but very enjoyable and rewarding.
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