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Principal Clinical Psychologist - Anthony Nolan Trust

Scheme at NHS

Principal Clinical Psychologist - Anthony Nolan Trust

Scheme at NHS

  • LocationGlasgow, UK
  • Position levelScheme
  • Job period iconFull-time employment
  • Application deadline iconPosted on 24 Oct, 2018
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We are delighted to be recruiting to this Anthony Nolan Principal Psychologist post for children and young people based at the Royal Hospital for Children on the new Queen Elizabeth University Hospital Campus, Glasgow. Operating as a member of the Paediatric Clinical Psychology service and with sessional time to the Paediatric Neuropsychology team, you will provide specialist input to the National Stem Cell Transplant Unit based at Glasgow Royal Hospital for Children. You will be responsible for direct psychological intervention with children and young people undergoing stem cell transplantation. In parallel, you will also increase the psychological capacity of the wider multidisciplinary team by providing consultation on psychosocial care to clinical colleagues, contributing to MDT and ward meetings, as well as via teaching and training activities. One day per week of this post will be allocated to research and audit related specifically to stem cell transplant. There is an expectation that you will contribute to the development of a comprehensive psychological service to address prioritized aspects of previously unmet need in this patient group. You will join a grouping of around 20 psychologists in Acute Psychology which provides a strong and supportive professional structure with good supervision. This sub-department forms part of the network of around 70 psychologists in Specialist Children's Services in NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde and a much larger psychology workforce across the care groups in the health board. There are good links with both the Glasgow University Doctoral training in Clinical Psychology and the Edinburgh University MSc course in Applied Psychology for Children and Young People. It is essential you have post-graduate doctoral level training in clinical psychology (or its equivalent for those trained prior to 1996) as accredited by the BPS and registration with the HCPC as a clinical psychologist. It is also anticipated you will have skills as a senior clinician to undertake clinical leadership roles and tasks, as well as being eligible to provide clinical placements and supervision according to University accreditation criteria. The hours of this post are worked Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.00pm. This post requires membership of Disclosure Scotland's PVG Scheme. PLEASE READ AND SAVE THE CANDIDATE APPLICATION PACK BEFORE SUBMITTING AN APPLICATION. This post closes on the 19th October 2018.

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