SEL Clinical Lead for Respiratory (CBC) NHS South East London Integrated Care Board

  • Part Time
  • London SE1
  • 92,700 - 113,300 £ / Year

NHS South East London Integrated Care Board

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Pay

  • £92,700 – £113,300 a year

Job type

  • Part-time

Location

London SE1

Full job description

Clinical and Care Professional Leadership (CCPL) roles have been established in SEL ICB since April 2022 and have been a valuable source of clinical leadership. Within the Community-based Care (CBC) directorate, the role of CCPL for Respiratory (which will require a practicing clinician) has an important remit, providing advice and support on complex system-wide transformation for patients living with and at risk of developing respiratory conditions in SE London.

The postholder will support the development and implementation of initiatives such as:

  • Improving the C&YP Asthma pathway
  • Development of respiratory diagnostic hublets and linking with Community Diagnostic Centres around breathlessness pathways
  • Development of respiratory Virtual Wards and ARI hubs
  • Respiratory responsible prescribing / Meds optimisation
  • Greener NHS sustainability initiatives
  • Pulmonary Rehabilitation improvement
  • Education and training on respiratory topics for Primary Care
  • Contribute to delivery of integrated Primary Care through implementation of the Fuller stocktake.
  • Addressing respiratory health inequalities

In addition, the postholder will support delivery of the agreed priorities of the CBC directorate, Primary Care and LTC teams, in line with the SEL Joint Forward Plan.

Our CCPLs are critical to the delivery of our ambitions to achieve the best possible health outcomes for the people of South East London. We have a network of roles across our programmes and boroughs which provide support to our borough and programme leadership as well as helping to set strategic direction and professional leadership support to CCP colleagues across our system. In order to ensure diverse representation in our CCP community we encourage applications from those who are suitably qualified from a range of professional backgrounds. CCPLs are expected to help deliver our strategic ambitions through developing collaborations across boundaries, promoting mutual learning, seeking challenge and continuously driving innovation and improvement. We believe in the strength of collaborative leadership and all postholders will be expected to work closely with borough and programme operation leads as well as other CCPL post holders.

CCPLs will be expected to work as part of multidisciplinary teams and support the delivery of both system and place priorities with particular emphasis on cross-boundary integration and delegation wherever appropriate of decision making to places and neighbourhoods. All postholders will be expected to understand and address the challenges of health inequalities and the principles of population health management and quality to ensure evidenced-based optimisation of care and services where they are most needed.

From the Catford Cat to the Brixton Windmill and Chislehurst Caves, South East London is a vibrant, fun, unique and richly diverse place to live, grow, learn and work.

The South East London Integrated Care System (SELICS) brings together the organisations responsible for health and care services in south east London, making the greatest possible contribution to the health and wellbeing of people living in our six boroughs.

SELICS is made up of staff working in many different roles, in different settings, employed in different ways, by a wide range of partner organisations, and are at the centre of our collective ambition for greater integration and better care. Employing organisations include NHS Trusts, GP practices, Social Care and Voluntary sector organisations, social enterprises, dental surgeries, pharmacies and optometrists. We have an ambitious People Strategy that brings these partners together to deliver the ‘one workforce’ ambition, making the health and care system a better place to work and live.

The role will strongly link with the other CCPL roles within the CBC directorate and Primary Care/ LTC-related CCPL roles at Place and other critical stakeholders will also include Place commissioning leads, Acute, Community and Primary Care providers, and Virtual Ward Clinical Leads.

In agreement with the postholder, a more detailed workplan will be developed after appointment.

Please see the attached job description and person specification for full details of the duties and responsibilities of the role.

To apply for this job please visit www.selondonics.org.

Author

Ethan Anderson

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