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Wexham park hospital (5)

  1. 1. Kaye van der Sloot 1 Belle Vue Close Staines, Middx TW18 2HY 01784 452268 Mobile: 0976966207Professional Clinical Manager with a very ‘hands on’ approach to problem solving producing first class, effective solutions.Successfully facilitated the enhancement of the quality of patient care ensuring the optimum delivery of care and facilitation of the Clinical Practice guidelines during periods of significant change.KEY AREAS OF EXPERTISECommunications/Public Relations Communication skills recognized by Management and successfully co-ordinating the trauma and elective patients with theatres and Heatherwood hospital (pre-assessment and wards). To ensure the management are aware of activity and bottlenecks. Effectively communicate with all 9 Consultants. To co-ordinate with other specialities (consultant /SPR) to ensure cohesive care plans. To liaise with other Trusts and Tertiary centre to coordinate patients safe and timely transfers. Succeeded in developing and the implementation of a daily multidisciplinary team (Drs F1/F2/SHO nurses, OT, physiotherapists and social workers) meeting on all T&O patients both on the ward and outlying wards. To co-ordinated their pathway ensuring patients and carers are given choices and quality of care. Identified, implemented and developed Traumatic Brian Injury pathway with supporting speciality including the PCT. Audit of these patients conducted last year. Presented to PCT in 2005. In previous post was the Hospital representative for film locations within the Trust. Provided the interface between Production staff of Kavanagh QC, Inspector Morse, Only fools and Horses and TV commercials and the Trust ensuring that at no time was any service within the hospital disrupted during filming. These successful activities generated an annual income in excess of 90k per annum. Hospital representative on Miscarriage Support group providing clinical and counselling advice to the group, which resulted in the introduction a ‘fast track’ support service to patients and their partners. Reviewed and improved communication channels within the department, which greatly enhanced morale. Appointed to the following projects in raising the profile of the hospital and enhancing internal staff relations. Conducted 3 major investigations - Racial discrimination, Dr’s unprofessional behaviour and finally, Senior nurses professional behaviour. Following investigations, all recommendations were followed. Represented the Trust at the House of Commons Select Committee, effectively answering questions and presenting the Findings from extensive research.Quality/IT Systems Implemented a number of administrative monitoring systems to greatly enhance clinical care including new patient list. Researched, designed and introduced specific to the Trust individual patients discharge advice cards. Successfully created and developed a detailed system for data collection used for measuring the quality of service delivered to patients, involving the setting up of formal auditing Fractured neck of femur audit (12 months) Assisted the Clinical service manager & Matron in investigating patients/internal complaints and liaising the Customer Liaison Officer and drafting replies. Involved in the continuous assessment of patient care and the correct evaluation and implementation of patient care and documentation and the promotion of the standards of the Patients Charter. Designed and implemented a database to analyse the breaches of infection control. Also designed and implemented the tibial probe monitoring of lower limb injuries to identify potential compartment syndrome. Managing the operational issues of ensuring equipment and staff education. Reviewed and implemented link nurses to work along side Corporate Nursing Team re Essence of Care – on going audit. Successfully implement strict Infection control protocol and weekly monitoring. Continually working along side Microbiology Consultant implementing formal weekly ward rounds , successfully co-ordinating individual patient care pathways. Assisting and co-ordinating OPHAT services
  2. 2. Project Management Previous post successfully decommissioned / commissioned 3.2 million project of a new Accident and Emergency department during a three year period ensuring the smooth operation without disruption to the existing service. Involved in the full business case for the above project. This project was completed within budget and on time.People Management Monitored and supervised staff medical, nursing, clerical staff in the clinical field and organised the nursing "skill mix" of the ward. Successfully reviewed the skill mixes and restructured. Responsible for the recruitment and retention of nursing staff, continually evaluating and appraising performance which includes reviewing staff sickness, morale and training. Organised the in-house training of junior medical staff within the unit and hospital. Formally acted as Counsellor to the nursing staff and patients relatives and staff after traumatic incidents. Delivered training to staff with a remit to increase both personal and unit expertise in the expanded roles.CAREER SUMMARYHeatherwood and Wexham Park Trust 1999- to dateWard Manager Trauma & OrthopaedicThe Princess Margaret Hospital 1998 -1999Pain Management SisterHillingdon Hospital 1993 – 1998Clinical Service Manager Accident & EmergencyHillingdon Hospital 1980 - 1993SISTER Accident & Emergency (1980-1993)St Charles Hospital 1979-1980SISTER Accident & EmergencyThe Central Middlesex Hospital 1977-1979SENIOR STAFF NURSE Accident/Emergency (1978-1979)ENB 199 course (1977- 1978)St Marys Hospital, Praed St, 1973-1977STAFF NURSE Accident/Emergency (1976-1977)RGN Training (1973-1976)TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENTA wide variety of both professional and personal development training courses undertaken during career. Please see attachedschedule.EDUCATION7 ‘O’ LevelsA/O Levels: Further English StudiesPERSONAL DETAILSDate of Birth 12 April 1955Marital Status Married
  3. 3. Car owner/Driver with clean licenceHOBBIES/INTERESTSHome computing. Cooking and reading. Tapestries. PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS 1976 July RGN St Marys Hospital, Praed Street London W2" PIN No 73E1784E 3 Expires July 1999 1977 ENB 199 A/E Course, Central Middlesex Hospital London NW10 1990 ENB 934 The Care and Management of People AIDS and HIV relatedconditions. 1991 ENB 998 Teaching Certificate 1991 July Nurse Practitioner Course South End Hospital 1993 March Observer on the ATNC Course The Royal SurreyHospital1996 April ATNC - Advanced Trauma Nurse Cert. The Royal Surrey Hospital 1997 CMS - Certificate Management Studies Brunel University POST GRADUATE EDUCATION 2008 Jan Mentor /assessor update Wexham ParkHospital 2007 June Symptom control at End of Life East Berks PalliativeTeam 2007 June 2007 London Trauma Conference MillenniumGloucester Hotel 2007 May ATLS – Observer Wexham ParkHospital 2006 ` September Major Incident Management Wexham ParkHospital
  4. 4. 2006 May Saigei – Hospital Logistics Saigei /WexhamPark Hosp 2006 April External Fixations Course Kings CollegeHospital 2006 March BASK Annual conference Bayliss House (British Association of Surgery to the Knee) 2005 July Assessment & Appraisal of Post Graduate Doctors in training 2004 October Acute care of the Spinal cord injured patient RNOH NHS 2000 November 5th Wexham Park Cruciate meeting Wexham Park 1998 Sept Risk Management in Accident & Emergency Hillingdon Hospital 1998 Nov ATNC Symposium John RadcliffeOxford 1998 July IVI 2 days course Mount VernonHospital1997 February Risk Management in the NHS Hillingdon Hospital 1997 Teaching - Verbal and Physical Aggression Hillingdon Hospital How to Recognise and Diffuse It 1996 January The nurse Practitioner in the Acute Hospital setting Ashford Hospital 1995 September Retention/Recruitment Hillingdon Hospital 1994 April Core management skills Hillingdon Hospital 1994 January Staff Performance review training day Hillingdon1993 March Observer on the ATLS Course 3 days The Royal Surrey Hospital 1992 February IVI Refresher Course 1 day Mount VernonHospital 1992 September Juniper Suite - Course for Rape victims Hillingdon Hospital collecting forensic evidence necessary in rape cases 1992 November Bereavement Course 1 week Hillingdon Hospital 1992 December The Rape victim course 2 days The MetropolitanForensic Laboratory Lambeth 1991 July Nurse Practitioner Course 1 week South End Hospital 1991 April ENB 998 Teaching Certificate Mount VernonHospital 1990 April Standards Setting 1 day Hillingdon Hospital 1990 April ENB 934 The Care and Management Mount VernonHospital of People with AIDS and HIV Conditions 1985 September The Violent Patient 2 day A & E Northwick ParkHospital
  5. 5. 1983 January NAI Course 2 days Hillingdon Hospital 1982 June Management Course 2 weeks Hillingdon Hospital 1976 August Appraisals course 2 days Paddington GreenW2