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This is a great opportunity for a pharmacist just completing the clinical diploma (or equivalent experience) to further develop your skills and specialise in cancer, nutrition and technical services. You will work with and learn from the lead pharmacist in technical services and the lead cancer pharmacist. The role combines a mix of technical and clinical experiences. For the appropriate candidate, there may also be opportunity to undertake further postgraduate study.
On a rotational basis you will work closely with the Nutrition Support Team and Cancer team providing clinical support and services to the respective specialties.
This is a unique opportunity to be part of the team of cancer pharmacists, providing clinical support and services to Oncology and Haematology, ensuring that all chemotherapy prescriptions are screened by a cancer pharmacist. The role will involve close working with the multidisciplinary team, including consultants, specialist nurses and chemotherapy nurses within the outpatient and inpatient setting. The Trust has also taken possession of a charity funded Mobile Chemotherapy Unit and are looking to maximise the potential of this unit to get chemotherapy closer to patients homes. This would be an exciting opportunity to be involved in an innovative project from an early stage.
Furthermore, you will also have the opportunity to be part of the multidisciplinary nutrition team which comprises of consultants, specialist nurses, dieticians and a dedicated nutrition pharmacy Technician. You will be providing pharmaceutical advice regarding TPN to the nutrition team and will play a vital role in the co-ordination and delivery of service to inpatients as well as patients receiving TPN at home via a home care provider.
Facilities at this large teaching hospital are excellent and our technical facilities are housed in a state of the art building. You will also work in our licensed non-sterile assembly and radiopharmacy sections, and also in our non-licensed chemotherapy and aseptics/TPN section.
The successful applicant will be experienced, capable and an enthusiastic pharmacist with excellent time management skills. Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills as well as the ability to prioritise workload are required.
This is a part time post working 18.5 hours per week.
For further details / informal visits contact:
James Henderson, Head of Technical Services, Pharmacy Department, Royal Cornwall Hospital, Truro on [Click here to apply]/8390
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