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We think you will enjoy working for us but you don't have to take our word for it - 79% of staff who took part in the latest national NHS Staff Survey would recommend Guy's and St Thomas' as a place to work.Project Manager - London Frailty Clinical Network Agenda for change band 7 Fixed term contract to 31st March 2020 in the first instance. Secondments welcomed. Full or part time.
The London Clinical Networks bring together those who use, provide and commission services to make improvements in outcomes for complex patient pathways using an integrated, whole systems approach. The London Clinical Networks work in partnership with commissioners (including local government), supporting their decision making and strategic planning, by working across the boundaries of commissioner, provider and voluntary organisations as a vehicle for improvement for patients, carers and the public. In this way, The London Clinical Networks will:
- reduce unwarranted variation in health and wellbeing services
- encourage innovation in how services are provided now and in the future
- provide clinical advice and leadership to support their decision making and strategic planning
The London Clinical Networks serve in key areas of major health and wellbeing challenge, currently:
- Cardiovascular (including cardiac, stroke, diabetes);
- Maternity, Children and Young People;
- Mental Health
- End of Life Care
The London Frailty Clinical Network has been established to drive improvement across a complex pathway of care, and to support people living with frailty to stay healthy, stay independent and stay safely at home or in their community. The network's priorities focus on early and standardised identification of frailty, workforce development and working with local systems / partners to create an environment that supports care for people with complex conditions. The project manager post will work on a number of workstreams to improve care for people living with frailty at a London level. Supported by a Senior Project Manager and Clinical Director, the post holder will be expected to facilitate clinical working groups, support STPs to improve care planning utilising local assets and identify / share examples of best practice to increase the identification and care management of people living with frailty. The role is fast paced, varied and involves working closely with multiple partners such as: London STPs, CCGs, emerging primary care networks and integrated care systems. Excellent communication skills and the ability to work with senior stakeholders is essential, alongside a compassionate and inclusive approach to working.
For more information please contact Laura Cook at Apply
or Lucy Quinn at Apply
Interviews likely to be held on 20th or 21st May 2019.