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Newly qualified nurse – postgraduate rotational

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Designed to support and develop newly graduated nurses, our Postgraduate Rotational Programme offers four, six-month rotations over a two year period.

Here you’ll get invaluable experience in a diverse mix of community settings, supported by opportunities to develop.

Guided by the Rotational Programme Lead, your rotation pattern will see you working within local teams, gaining confidence and competence in identified skills with identified opportunities and learning outcomes.

Preceptorship forms part of the programme and you’ll complete rotations in the following areas before moving on to more complex and advanced skill acquisition and clinical decision-making. Successfully completing the programme brings the opportunity to explore career pathways in consultation with the Programme Lead and line managers.

Rotations

Prison Service

  • Community Nursing
  • Urgent Care 
  • Substance Misuse 
  • Medicines Management
One 6 month placement

Rapid Response

One 6 month placement

Community Nursing

  • North – Shirehampton
  • North West – Horfield
  • Inner and East – Fishponds
  • Inner – East Trees
  • South – Knowle
  • South – Amelia Nutt
Two 6 month placements in different locations with different demographics

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How to apply

We accept applications, interview candidates and make offers from year 2 so you can plan your career ahead. We can start you on your community healthcare journey as a newly qualified nurse.

We advertise on NHS jobs at regular intervals throughout the year but we are always happy to hear from students interested in being part of the programme. To register your interest, please contact briscomhealth.learninganddevelopment@nhs.net

Our people are good together

Anna

Anna

Community Nurse

“I really enjoyed my district nursing placement during my training and knew I wanted to work in the community.”

Meet Anna
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