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Columbia University Irving Medical Center
Thrive at the forefront of top-notch nursing with New York’s #1-ranked hospital. As an essential part of our Ambulatory Care Network (ACN), you’ll help lead a telephone triage center operated by a dynamic team of nurses. It’s a new initiative focused on improving call management, increasing access to care, and reducing patient wait times. Pursue this unprecedented opportunity to pioneer change within our world-renowned practice, and feel the pride of Making It Possible.
Use your two plus years experience as a pediatric or FNP with School Based Health Center (SBHC) and reproductive health experience to manage care, medications and supplies at this single Provider site. Able to work and make decisions independently, problem solve; lead others and share innovative ideas. Great communication and organizational skills.
The SBHC Practice provides comprehensive physical examinations, first aid, immunizations, and management of chronic conditions; as well health education; adolescent pregnancy prevention services and education; HIV and STI education, counseling and testing; mental health services.
SBHC services are coordinated with the students, their parents, family physicians, and other community-based providers 12 months/year
- 2 years minimum school-based or adolescent ambulatory care experience
- Bilingual English/Spanish
- This is an 8:30am – 5pm full time, day shift position for 12 months/year
- Master’s degree or DNP, PNP, or FNP
- NYS licensure
- Minimum two years of NP experience
- Strong communication, interpersonal, and triage skills
December 7, 2020
The Visiting Nurse Service of New York (VNSNY)
- Reviews new referrals with the Interdisciplinary Team to determine suitability and eligibility for admission based on the admission criteria of the program and policies. Recommends and helps with care planning.
- Assists management in managing patient care; answers questions and provides guidance to field staff.
- Provides advanced nursing care and treatment to hospice patients, which includes assessment, diagnosis, prescribing medication, ordering and interpreting appropriate tests, and ordering treatments and DME.
- Provides leadership to members of the interdisciplinary team. Acts as a subject matter expert to clinical staff in the assessment and treatment of patients and families.
- Collaborates with patients, families, primary care physician and other team members to provide assessment and care planning. Consults with the primary care physicians and specialists in the community, when necessary, in relation to management and disposition plans.
- Identifies the need for new/revised clinical protocols. Collaborates with Hospice Medical staff and others within Hospice to research and develop new/revised protocols for specialty programs including but not limited to cardiac care, COPD care, pain management, and wound care. Continues to evaluate program(s) and makes recommendations for improvements, as appropriate.
- Participates in developing and delivering continuing education programs for clinical staff regarding newly established/revised clinical protocols for effective patient care services.
- Acts as subject matter expert in designated specialty and provides guidance to new/current employees and MD/NP fellows for complex care management situations.
- Provides Palliative Care Consultations to patients/families as necessary.
- Assesses patients at F2F visits when necessary for certification at admission to the Hospice Program and re-certification at specified intervals for continued service in the program. Completes certification of death.
- Travels to multiple regions, visiting patients/families, and serves as the primary caretaker for patients/families without medical supervision.
- Documents patient care services in accordance with VNSNY standards. Prepares and maintains accurate patient records, charts, and documents to support sound medical practice and reimbursement for services provided.
- Directs staff nurses on treating complex patient care issues.
- Covers team in absence of management; reassigns staff as appropriate.
- Provides care in accordance with VNSNY policies, practices, procedures and Standards of Nursing Practice, which may require standing, stooping, sitting, couching, bending and stretching to deliver patient care.
- Provides on-call coverage, as needed.
- Participates in special projects and performs other duties as assigned.
Licensed and currently registered to practice as Nurse Practitioner in New York State required. DEA license required. Valid driver's license may be required, as determined by operational/regional needs.
Master’s Degree in Nursing required.
Minimum of five years clinical nursing experience including two years in the specialty of advanced illness management, oncology and/or palliative care or hospice required. Minimum of two years as a Nurse Practitioner preferred. Experience in a community health setting, conducting professional presentations and writing for professional publications preferred.
Demonstrated knowledge of symptom management, understanding of end of life issues with appropriate interventions, and understanding of the impact of cultural background on illness management required. Demonstrated knowledge of home care and/or hospice services and regulations, Title XXII, Medicare Conditions of Participation, JCAHO home health and/or hospice accreditation requirements, QI outcomes/benchmarking, infection control, reimbursement patterns for Medicare and other payers, and budget and other financial reporting required. CA2020
October 30, 2020
Columbia University School of Nursing
Columbia University School of Nursing is seeking a Simulation Educator to provide clinical, educational and technical expertise in the development, implementation and evaluation of simulation-based activities in the Simulation Center for our new state-of-the-art building. The Simulation Educator will be responsible for working with faculty, students, staff, and external stakeholders to ensure the highest quality simulation learning activities are efficiently integrated and implemented across the undergraduate and graduate programs. The incumbent will receive a faculty appointment commensurate with credentials and qualifications.
Specific responsibilities of the Simulation Educator will include, but are not limited to:
- Collaborating with nursing faculty and other inter-professional faculty to develop simulation scenarios to promote student learning, critical thinking and clinical decision making.
- Coordinating and supervising students to ensure that lab experiences meet course objectives.
- Providing individual oversight to students for practice and/or remediation on technical skills as requested by faculty and students.
- Teaching simulation sessions as needed.
- Assisting with faculty development and training related to the use of simulation.
- Providing oversight for the coordination and scheduling of the use of the Simulation Center for regular classes, special simulation sections, open labs, advanced clinical skills sessions, clinical skills evaluations, and for other groups requesting lab space.
- Hiring, training and scheduling standardized patients for clinical encounters.
- Overseeing the collection of evaluation data on learning outcomes for simulation activities and collaborating with faculty to disseminate findings.
The selected incumbent must be willing to work evenings when necessary.
October 21, 2020
The Duke University School of Nursing (DUSON) invites applications from candidates with an earned doctoral degree (DNP degree preferred) with academic administration and leadership experience for the Assistant Dean, Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program faculty opportunity. The DNP Assistant Dean provides primary leadership to DUSON faculty in revising, implementing revisions, and evaluating the DNP program. The Assistant Dean, in collaboration with the Vice Dean for Academic Affairs, is responsible and accountable for the overall academic integrity and quality of the DNP program and coordinatesstudent and faculty activities within the program to include evaluation of teaching within the DNP program. The Assistant Dean is the primary representative of the Program both within and beyond DUSON. The Assistant Dean is responsible to DUSON’s Vice Dean for Academic Affairs for all responsibilities and activities related to the Doctoral Program. Candidates will be eligible for appointment in a senior professorial rank (associate professor or professor) on Track II (a non‐ tenure earning track), should have a history of experience in doctoral nursing education, academic administration, and be actively engaged in nursing scholarship.
Qualifications include active licensure as a Registered Nurse and experience in academic administration in a school/college of nursing. All regular rank faculty members are expected to have regular on‐ campus presence for activities which may include but are not limited to teaching, service, clinical practice, scholarship and research. Candidates from various cultural backgrounds are highly encouraged to apply.
The Duke Nursing community includes approximately 90 full‐time faculty members, over 120 staff members, and approximately 1,000 students. The School offers four‐degree programs: ABSN, DNP, MSN, and PhD. Duke University offers an unusually rich, interdisciplinary environment conducive to teaching, practice, and research across the undergraduate, graduate, and professional schools (Nursing, Medicine, Divinity, Business, Law, Engineering, Environment and Policy) and various sponsored institutes. Duke is rated by its employees as one of the best places to work in the Triangle area and offers a competitive salary and benefits package. The Duke University School of Nursing was ranked #2 in the most recent US News and World Report rankings of graduate nursing programs, #9 among Schools of Nursing receiving NIH funding in 2019, and the DNP Program #4 in the 2021 US News and World Report rankings.
Applications are due by November 15 with a targeted hire date of July 2021 (an earlier start date is negotiable). Individuals interested in being considered for this opportunity should submit a curriculum vitae and cover letter detailing their specific areas of research/scholarship, teaching and clinical experiences, service, and commitment to diversity, along with the names and contact information for three references to Duke University School of Nursing, Attn: Director, Faculty Affairs online.
October 22, 2020