Hasland ward is a 27 bed Medical ward.
Morning Shift: 07.00-14.30
Afternoon Shift: 13.30-21.00
Long Day: 07.00-19.30
Night Shift: 19.00-07.30
The LEMs will allocate off-duty, a full range of shifts will be allocated including weekends and nights. If you need to adjust your off-duty please discuss with your supervisor or LEM, we will try to accommodate where possible.
During your placement on Portland ward we require you to act within the NMC code of conduct at all times. If you are ever uncertain about any aspect of care please discuss with your supervisor or LEM.
We expect students to demonstrate an awareness and take responsibility for their own learning and in return the staff on Portland ward will facilitate educational opportunities through discussions, teaching sessions and insight visits.
It is expected that students will show an interest in our specialty and in their own learning in order to obtain a fulfilling placement.
LEM (Learning Environment Manager), Tracy Forester, email- firstname.lastname@example.org or 01246 512344. Should you be absent for any reason please contact the ward and ask to speak to the nurse in charge. You must report your reason for absence and anticipated return date as well as contacting university.
The supervisors on Portland ward are very busy managing patients who at times have complex needs. They also play a role of communicating with a large MDT, relatives and student learning. As a consequence, completing student documentation can sometimes get forgotten about therefore, in order to avoid this it is important that you discuss your learning objectives at the earliest opportunity with your mentor and ensure dates for interviews are identified.
Leaning Opportunities can include
Observation of venepuncture/cannulation
Involvement in discharge planning
Working alongside a large skilled multidisciplinary team
Ward round with Doctors
Staff you will work with on Portland ward;
Speech and Language Therapists