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Kedleston Road Campus
Advertising End Date
21 Aug 2022
Job Description
Job Title:
Student volunteer – Ultrasound scanning ‘patient’
Job Description:
The role of student volunteer will involve supporting the running of a training pilot where trainees new to ultrasound will be learning how to conduct a scan of the abdomen. The student volunteer will be required to attend to act as a ‘patient’ for the trainees to scan to learn the technique. This will involve the student lying on an ultrasound couch with the abdomen uncovered. Gel will be applied to the abdomen and the trainees will use ultrasound to scan the ‘patient’ to learn the ultrasound technique.

Students will be required for the whole of the session (am or pm) and will be scanned by multiple different trainees under the supervision of a fully qualified member of the Ultrasound academic team.

All students who are utilised will be required to sign a consent form which outlines the purpose of them being a ‘normal volunteer’ and the process that we will follow if any unexpected findings are seen on the scan.

Student volunteers will be present during the teaching of ultrasound trainees and may be asked to support the movement of trainees between classrooms and setting up equipment under supervision at the start of the morning session. Students may also be asked to support the cleaning of equipment (under supervision) at the end of the session.

Working Hours and Length of Contract:
Working Hours: Morning session 9.30 – 13.30 (Monday – Thursday) Afternoon session 13.30-16.00 (Monday – Friday) OR whole day 9.30-16.00 Monday to Thursday, 13.30-16.00 Friday. Maximum of 5 half day sessions or 2 whole days per student volunteer.
Start Date: Monday 5th September – Friday 9th September (Friday pm only)
 
You must be residing in the UK to apply for any of these roles and to be able to work
Rate of Pay:
£9.50 per hour 
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Closing date - 22 August 2022 
You must be residing in the UK to apply for any of these roles and to be able to work

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