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Royal Free Children’s Allergy Service - Band 7 Specialist Allergy Nurse

We are interested to hear from motivated paediatric nurses who have experience in allergy or asthma and would like to join our team as a Band 7 Allergy Specialist Nurse, depending on experience. Consideration to applicants for a Band 6 position if they do not fulfil the criteria for a Band 7 position 

The Royal Free Children’s Allergy Service is a busy service with several clinics per week offering a one-stop service for patients. You will be working alongside a dynamic forward-thinking team of paediatricians, an allergist, medical teams of associated specialities, paediatric dieticians and manage the paediatric allergy and asthma specialist sister.

As a member of the team you will see children on the inpatient wards, outpatients and A&E where referrals have been made for management issues of allergy, asthma, rhinitis and/or eczema. Alongside this you will help to maintain the smooth running and development of the allergy service.Part of your responsibilities will be performing food/drug challenges and immunotherapy. You will work alongside the rest of the team on our clinic days where allergy testing is provided to establish allergies. You will be providing advice on allergy and asthma management to the family and other members of the multidisciplinary team as well as a nurse-led clinic

For further details / informal visits contact:Dr Minal Gandhi m.gandhi@nhs.net, Mark Goninon, Head of Nursing mark.goninon@nhs.net or Ade Adamolekun, Paediatric Acting Matron aadamolekun@nhs.net


Sheffield Children's Hospital – Consultant Paediatric Allergy Specialist

This newly created post represents a major development in the provision of paediatric allergy services to the children in the Yorkshire region. It is a full time clinical appointment based at Sheffield Children's Hospital. The clinical duties will focus on providing secondary and tertiary allergy services in clinics and the day care setting. There is no immunology, infectious diseases, general paediatric or on call commitment with this post. 

Applications are invited from candidates with training and experience in paediatric allergy medicine and within 6 months of obtaining their CCT in paediatrics. This post has been provided to meet the increasing demands for allergy services both in terms of new referrals and ongoing follow up, as well as the need to further develop tertiary allergy services further. As such we are looking for an enthusiastic individual with expertise in single/multi system allergy along with experience in managing children with unusual/severe allergy
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Contact nicola.jay@sch.nhs.uk to discuss the post further. Please click here for the job description. 


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