Our nurses work in a range of inpatient and community settings, from child and adolescent services, through to working age and older adult and dementia care. Mental Health and Learning Disability nurses work with individuals, their carers and the wider multi-disciplinary team to

  • assess
  • plan
  • deliver
  • evaluate

care according to each individual's specific needs. 

Our nurses are skilled at establishing relationships with their service users to promote trusting, therapeutic relationships, and to advocate for their service users. Nurses often walk alongside their service users in the scariest of times. They will offer them hope, working with them to develop an understanding of their experiences. Nurses have the ability to establish coping mechanisms to manage their distress. 

Each one of our 600+ nurses is as valuable to us as the next. There is a wealth of exclusive staff benefits available to nurses who choose to work with us. LPFT feels passionately about supporting learning and development to enable our nurses to be the best they can be. 

Living and working in Lincolnshire- Sue Brace, Ward Manager

“I originally moved to Lincolnshire to be near my family.  I hadn’t even heard of Lincolnshire before, and had always lived in the southern part of the country, Surrey, Sussex, Kent, London.  I had lived in a variety of locations, big cities, rural areas and seaside towns so a really varied mix.

“Living in Lincolnshire means that I have the very best of several worlds.  Lincoln is a beautiful city with a cathedral and a castle, the Lincolnshire countryside is gorgeous with lots of green fields and blue skies and I am only an hour from the seaside.

“Working for Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust enables me to be an autonomous practitioner, with the freedom to do my job and innovate, while being supported in my role and inspired to make changes to improve services for patients, carers and staff.

“I live in Lincoln city, but am only a ten minute walk (usually with my dog along the river side), to where I keep my horse which means that I am able to combine my love of the country and the outdoors, with a desire to live in a city and work for a fabulous mental health organisation.

Sue Brace is a Ward Manager at Brant Ward in the Older People and Frailty Team.

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