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PICANet is an international audit of paediatric intensive care which collects data on all children admitted to paediatric intensive care units (PICUs) in the UK and Ireland. It is coordinated by the Universities of Leeds and Leicester.

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Audit and Research Assistant/Nurse Grade 6

PICANet are currently advertising this exciting opportunity for a nurse or clinical researcher with audit or research experience to support the continuing development and running of the clinical audit. The successful person will join the small team based in the new Centre for Medicine at the University of Leicester.

A first degree in nursing, science or social sciences with relevant skills and knowledge is required together with experience of nursing /research in paediatrics and/or paediatric or neonatal intensive care and participation in research or audit studies.

The post is offered full time or part time (minimum of 30 hours per week). A secondment from the NHS and/or job sharing will also be considered.

Further details including the job summary are available here Reference: MBP01569.

The post is initially offered until March 31st 2017 but PICANet will be applying for continued funding. The closing date is midnight on 7th April 2016.

Informal enquiries are welcome, please contact Caroline Lamming, PICANet Research Nurse on crl4@le.ac.uk or 0116 252 5414 or Professor Elizabeth Draper on msn@leicester.ac.uk or 0116 252 5407 (Secretary)

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Details of the 2016 Annual Meeting Announced in January Newsletter

The January 2016 edition of the PICANet Newsletter with details of the next PICANet Annual Meeting is now available to view and download: January 2016 Newsletter.
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Events

The 2016 PICANet Annual Meeting will be taking place on Wednesday 2nd November 2016 in central Birmingham at thestudio.
 
Keep an eye on the Annual Meeting section of the website for regular updates on the programme.
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