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Swindon, Wiltshire, England

£ 38.50 - 62 Per hourBank, TemporaryPosted 6th April 2020

Nurse Practitioner, SwindonAre you a Nurse Practitioner who would like to top up your salary by working regular shifts at locum rates?Would you like to be in complete control of your rota? Choosing when and where you work?Chase Medical may have your Ideal role! - By working 1 extra 8-hour shift per week, you could boost your earnings by over £1200 per month!This role offers you the opportunity to work shifts at your own convenience, as and when you please! Your working life can be completely flexible to fit around your current role ...

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Whitehaven, Cumbria, England

£ 38.50 - 62 Per hourBank, TemporaryPosted 6th April 2020

Chase Medical is currently looking to recruit experienced Practice Based Clinical Pharmacists in Whitehaven.Our Practice Based Clinical Pharmacists can earn a fantastic £38.50 - £62 per hour including holiday pay (for PAYE staff). Locum shifts with Chase Medical can give you lots of flexibility, with no pressure to leave your current job, we give you the opportunit ...

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Liverpool, Merseyside, England

£ 38.50 - 62 Per hourBank, TemporaryPosted 6th April 2020

Chase Medical is currently looking to recruit experienced Nurse Practitioners in Liverpool.Our Nurse Practitioners can earn a fantastic £38.50 - £62 per hour including holiday pay for PAYE staff. Locum shifts with Chase Medical can give you lots of flexibility, with no pressure to leave your current job, we give you the opportunity to book shifts up to 6 months in ...

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Altrincham, Greater Manchester, England

£ 38.50 - 62 Per hourBank, TemporaryPosted 6th April 2020

If you are a Nurse Practitioner who lives in Altringham, then we have a fabulous opportunity you won't want to miss! We have the chance for you to join our lovely bank of nursing staff and earn £38.50 - £62 per hour (inclusive of holiday pay for PAYE staff). If you would like to work on a locum basis with Primary Care Centres throughout Altringham then why not get in touch?Do you work part time? Do you have some spare hours available around your current commitments ...

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Mablethorpe, Lincolnshire, England

£ 38.50 - 62 Per hourBank, Contract, Permanent, TemporaryPosted 6th April 2020

ANP / Nurse Practitioner MablethorpeChase Medical are working with an extended hours service based in Mablethorpe and the surroundingy, who are offering flexible locum shifts to ANPs and Nurse Practitioners at highly competitive pay rates of £38.50 - £62 per hour (inc. holiday pay).Job RoleWorking as a locum will give you the ability to choose the ...

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Rugby, Warwickshire, England

£ 38.50 - 62 Per hourBank, Contract, Permanent, TemporaryPosted 6th April 2020

ANP / Nurse Practitioner RugbyChase Medical are working with an extended hours service in Rugby, who are offering flexible locum shifts to ANPs and Nurse Practitioners at highly competitive pay rates of £38.50 - £62 per hour (inc. holiday pay).Job RoleWorking as a locum will give you the ability to choose the shifts that fit in best around your sch ...

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Liverpool, Merseyside, England

£ 38.50 - 62 Per hourBank, Contract, Permanent, TemporaryPosted 6th April 2020

ANP / Nurse Practitioner LiverpoolChase Medical are working with a group of GP Surgeries in Liverpool, who are offering flexible locum shifts to ANPs and Nurse Practitioners at highly competitive pay rates of £38.50 - £62 per hour (inc. holiday pay).Job RoleWorking as a locum will give you the ability to choose the shifts that fit in best around yo ...

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London, Greater London, England

£ 55 Per hourBank, Contract, TemporaryPosted 6th April 2020

Rohme is a tech-powered platform enabling direct human connections between Healthcare professionals and Hospital Managers. We are looking for Registered Nurses (RGNs or RNs), Practice Nurses (PRNs), Operating Department Practitioners (ODPs), & Surgical First Assistants (SFAs) to join our family and start booking Clever Locum Shifts across the w ...

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St Helens, Merseyside, England

£ 25 - 42 Per hourBank, TemporaryPosted 6th April 2020

Practice Nurse, St HelensChase Medical is currently seeking out experienced Practice Nurses to assist local GP Surgeries and Primary Care Centres by providing short and longer-term cover around the St Helens area.This is great way to top up your current earnings - By creating your own rota, you have the flexibility to choose the shifts you would like to work- with no maximum or minimum hour requirements! ...

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Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England

£ 38.5 - 62 Per hourBank, TemporaryPosted 6th April 2020

Nurse Practitioner, NottinghamAre you a Nurse Practitioner who would like to top up your salary by working regular shifts at locum rates?Would you like to be in complete control of your rota? Choosing when and where you work?Chase Medical may have your Ideal role! - By working 1 extra 8-hour shift per week, you could boost your earnings by over £1200 per month!This role offers you the opportunity to work shifts at your own convenience, as and when you please! Your working life can be completely flexible to fit around your current r ...

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Nurse Practitioner jobs: frequently asked questions

Welcome to our Nurse Practitioner jobs page, featuring all the latest roles throughout the UK, as well as frequently asked questions below.

What is a Nurse Practitioner?

Nurse Practitioners, often referred to as Advanced Nurse Practitioners, are specialist nurses who undertake additional nursing training in order to provide advanced nursing care, make diagnoses and prescribe medication.

Nurse Practitioners provide treatment for problems which patients may have seen a doctor for in the past.

They have the qualifications and training to make referrals to hospitals and specialist doctors.

In terms of where you might work, this can vary as much as if you’re a General Nurse.

Nurse Practitioners are found in hospitals, GP surgeries, and all across community settings.

What are the daily duties of a Nurse Practitioner?

Nurse Practitioners carry out a number of daily duties including:

• Conducting patient screenings and assessments

• Checking and updating patient records

• Analysing test data

• Consulting doctors for advice on complex issues

• Giving a diagnosis for certain conditions

• Planning treatments and prescribing medication

• Referring patients to specific doctors or hospitals for further treatment

Nurse Practitioners can work a variety of shift patterns depending on their place of work, from standard 9-5 hours to night-shifts and weekend work.

How do you become a Nurse Practitioner?

First and foremost, you’ll need to complete a nursing degree.

You can complete a degree in any of these four core areas: adult, child, mental health and learning disabilities.

Courses typically last three years and are available at universities all over the UK.

You normally then need at least three years’ experience as a Registered General Nurse.

From this point, you’ll be able to apply for a Master’s Degree in advanced nursing practice.

This course is typically completed on a part-time basis for between two and five years, allowing nurses to continue to earn a good salary.

The most important part of this is gaining a qualification in Independent Prescribing.

However, the NHS now often subsidises these programmes having recognised the huge value that Nurse Practitioners add.

What’s the difference between a Nurse Practitioner and a Doctor?

This is a very common question now that the profile of Nurse Practitioners is growing.

All in all, it’s a bit of a grey area.

The role of a Nurse Practitioner is still relatively new, so inevitably they’re less well known and established than Doctors.

After all, Nurse Practitioners often go by other titles such as Clinical Nurse Specialists.

But, with the ability to provide diagnoses and prescribe treatments, in many ways the roles can be very similar.

It is however important to note that Nurse Practitioners do tend to have limits on who they treat.

Patients with serious conditions or situations that escalate into emergencies are normally passed on to a Doctor.

How much do Nurse Practitioners get paid?

Nurse Practitioners sometimes start at Band 6 on the NHS pay scale (around £37,500 a year), but these roles are often advertised at Band 7 or 8 levels – with a Band 8 role paying around £45,000.

However, because Nurse Practitioners’ experience can vary greatly, salaries can vary too.

Nurse Practitioners can also work in the private sector, where pay is even more unpredictable.

But the benefits package is unpredictable too – something that should be noted when considering job offers, given how reliable the NHS benefits package is.

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