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This role is based at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
Do you want to be a Band 7 Liver Dietitian at University Hospitals Birmingham? Are you looking to further develop your career? Do you have an interest in adult acute in and outpatients? If so then we have the post for you!
We are looking for an enthusiastic, dynamic and experienced Dietitian to be part of our Team. Your role will be part of the liver team covering both in and out patients.
The post holder will have their own caseload in liver and will also be responsible for the line management of junior staff in the team. The post involves a range of specialities and would interest dietitians looking for a mix of in and out-patient work as well as managing patients with complex multiple needs.
The Dietetic Liver team currently consists of 2.8wte Dietitians (mix of band 7 and band 6) and has Dietetic Assistant support.
The post holder will have significant experience in aspects of liver disease. The team strives for a high level of excellence and we are looking for a Dietitian who will want to be involved in research, audits and clinical re design.
The Liver unit at UHB was founded in 1982 and since then has developed and expanded and now has multiple Consultant Transplant Surgeons and Hepatologists and aims to carry out over 200 liver transplants per year.
We are a large Nutrition and Dietetic Department with over 39 Dietitians. As a Department we support CPD for both personal and service development to promote evidence based practice. We support audits and research. We also train B and C placement students.
For further information please contact Susan Price Apply
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