Lead Nurse Personal Statement

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I am interested in applying for the post of Lead Nurse in Homerton Hospital because I strongly believe that it is an excellent opportunity for the further development of my skills and experience - and because it represents a challenge which I know I’ll relish. This role is exactly the sort of role I am currently targeting and I am confident I will be able to make a major contribution. Moreover, I consider this job as a major platform for career progression.
As a neonatal sister with more than 15 years of experience in nursing and management experience in Acute Hospitals within the London area I have the abilities to organize, plan and implement and provide leadership role within your department. After my nursing studies I was working as
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I always address any issues regarding delayed transfer and receiving babies from other hospital as ex utero transfer and inutero transfer. I always communicate well with obstetric team and paediatric team regarding bed status. We have many long-term patients who can stay for up to 4 months, so it can be difficult and frustrating when we need to urgently admit patients but don't have a bed to do so. It requires a lot of juggling and moving of patients within short-term beds both within our directorate and other wards.
As a senior sister and clinical mentor I will ensure that all nurses are taught in an environment that is conducive for learning and consideration will be given to individual abilities. My experience as a mentor in different hospitals in London gave me the opportunity to appreciate the diversities in learning styles. This, I am sure will be of great benefit to your hospital both at an academic and clinical level.
I am committed towards my work, have the ability to work under pressure, assertive and willingness to lead and support junior colleagues and lead the unit. . My current role in my department helps me to build up new skills in support the active and effective management of resources, pay and non pay aspects of the budget and help with clinical quality and productivity of the
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As my current experience as a neonatal sister, I can think of no better way to honour the riches of my education and work history than sharing with the nurses and the community in your hospital. Furthermore, I have always wanted to work in your hospital as I believe, it is the perfect working environment, which is tailored to highlight my skills even further. I feel that above statement demonstrates that I have the necessary skills and experiences as well as personal qualities to be successful candidate for this post of a Lead Nurse. I look forward to this employment

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