Are you an experienced or newly qualified registered nurse or ODP who wants to be part of a team where you are supported to reach your potential? Look no further than Liverpool University Hospitals!
All newly qualified nurses undergo a 12-month Preceptorhip Programme. This programme will support them to make the transition from student to a registered nurse and develop their practice further. This programme is also extended to experienced registered nurses who are new to the NHS.
The Trust supports the professional development of its registered nursing workforce through internal and external CPD courses.
We support our nurses to undertake their MSc nursing programmes. It is a competitive application process in which the successful scholars will be supported to complete the programme at one of our partner universities – all tuition fees paid for by the Trust. The Trust also ring-fence places for ethnic minority nurses.
The Trust has staff networks for those with protected characteristics. Actively meeting are the LGBT+ Staff Network, Black and Minority Ethnic Network and the Disabled Staff Network. Recently formed is a forum for nurses from ethnic minority backgrounds, which is primarily for registered nurses. It has social, development, leadership, speaking up and engagement functions.
Established support is on offer across all of our hospitals. Help stems from on-site wellbeing hubs to a Staff Psychology Service.