REGISTERED NURSE (2)

General Summary

The post holder will be required to provide nursing care to patients attending IDC, provide health education and advise to patients and their family members, provide translation whenever necessary, guide in clinical practice and duties of other nurses. Participate in clinical research studies.

Key Responsibilities

  • Provides nursing care to patients attending the IDC
  • To provide clinical care including triaging, clinical assessment of patients of patient’s problems, investigations to HIV/AIDS patients attending IDI- supported health facilities in line with standard treatment guidelines.
  • Assist in management of very sick patients brought in Urgent care with knowledge, skills and Support appropriate referral of complex patients’ through liaison with immediate team members, senior clinicians and other specialized facilities.
  • Lead education and facility sensitization efforts to continuously build knowledge among clients and the attendants at Urgent care and the general clinic.
  • Participate in identification, implementation and documentation of continuous quality improvement activities along client care and treatment.
  • Assists medical doctors in carrying out clinical procedures.
  • Provides translation services to visiting medical doctors as required
  • Ensures patient flow in the clinic (IDC)
  •  Performs quality assurance and quality control (QA/AC) to ensure completeness of source documents.
  • Participates in giving Medicines when required.
  • Checks medical supply stock and ensures procedure charts are fully equipped
  • Guides the clinical practice and duties of other nursing staff
  • Participates as a full member of the IDC health care team
  • Attends clinic staff meetings on a daily basis as available
  • Participate whenever requested to do so in clinic research studies.
  • Participate in compilation and submission of accurate activity reports according to the set guidelines.
  • This job description is not exhaustive and the post holder will need to be flexible and to undertake such other duties as may become necessary with the development of the Infectious Diseases Institute.

Person Specification

  • Completion of Nurses Training in a recognized educational institution with Diploma/ Bachelors
  • Minimum of 2 years work experience in a clinical setting  
  • Full and active registration with the Uganda Nurses and Midwives council (Valid general practice license).
  • Self- motivated and capable of meeting deadlines.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Good interpersonal skills and able to interact productively with other team members.


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RN-X001

Mulago
Full-time


Nurse Team Lead



RN-X001
Mulago
Full-time

Nurse Team Lead


General Summary

The post holder will be required to provide nursing care to patients attending IDC, provide health education and advise to patients and their family members, provide translation whenever necessary, guide in clinical practice and duties of other nurses. Participate in clinical research studies.

Key Responsibilities

  • Provides nursing care to patients attending the IDC
  • To provide clinical care including triaging, clinical assessment of patients of patient’s problems, investigations to HIV/AIDS patients attending IDI- supported health facilities in line with standard treatment guidelines.
  • Assist in management of very sick patients brought in Urgent care with knowledge, skills and Support appropriate referral of complex patients’ through liaison with immediate team members, senior clinicians and other specialized facilities.
  • Lead education and facility sensitization efforts to continuously build knowledge among clients and the attendants at Urgent care and the general clinic.
  • Participate in identification, implementation and documentation of continuous quality improvement activities along client care and treatment.
  • Assists medical doctors in carrying out clinical procedures.
  • Provides translation services to visiting medical doctors as required
  • Ensures patient flow in the clinic (IDC)
  •  Performs quality assurance and quality control (QA/AC) to ensure completeness of source documents.
  • Participates in giving Medicines when required.
  • Checks medical supply stock and ensures procedure charts are fully equipped
  • Guides the clinical practice and duties of other nursing staff
  • Participates as a full member of the IDC health care team
  • Attends clinic staff meetings on a daily basis as available
  • Participate whenever requested to do so in clinic research studies.
  • Participate in compilation and submission of accurate activity reports according to the set guidelines.
  • This job description is not exhaustive and the post holder will need to be flexible and to undertake such other duties as may become necessary with the development of the Infectious Diseases Institute.

Person Specification

  • Completion of Nurses Training in a recognized educational institution with Diploma/ Bachelors
  • Minimum of 2 years work experience in a clinical setting  
  • Full and active registration with the Uganda Nurses and Midwives council (Valid general practice license).
  • Self- motivated and capable of meeting deadlines.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Good interpersonal skills and able to interact productively with other team members.


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