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Registered Mental Health Nurses (RMN) look after those who require inpatient or outpatient care for a mental illness or long-term mental health condition. You’ll find lots of RMN roles with NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde right here with Medacs. There are lots of temporary positions, allowing you to stay in control of where, when and how much you work.
RMNs play a key role in delivering care for those with mental illnesses, or who are experiencing an acute period of ill mental health. RMNs can work in lots of different settings, including inpatient facilities, hospitals, community clinics, GP practices and in the community visiting patients in their homes. You could choose to specialise in a number of areas, including children and young people or dementia care.
Your daily responsibilities will vary depending on where you work, but you can expect to:
You may work with a number of other healthcare professionals, including:
To work as an RMN through Medacs, you’ll need to:
If you’re returning to nursing after a different career, you’ll need to complete a Return to Practice (RTP) course.
You’ll also need a few key skills and attributes, such as:
Registering with Medacs puts you in total control of your career as a Registered Mental Health Nurse, with lots of temporary RMN shifts across Greater Glasgow and Clyde. Get a first look at agency-allocated shifts and lots of exciting benefits, including next-day payroll, on-demand wellbeing support and your own dedicated support consultant.
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