Nurse Professional Development (NPD) Practitioners do! Our people bring an unmatched passion to their craft and it shows in everything they accomplish, including ranking #6 of Best Hospitals in the nation by U.S. News and World Report as well as achieving Magnet® designation for an outstanding five times!
The Alternative Care Unit (ACU) is a 23-bed medical and surgical overflow unit specializing in the care and treatment of adult patients who require hospitalization for general medical, surgical and other procedures as needed. Nurses working on one of these fast-paced units require excellent partnership and a commitment to excellence every single day. Additional units are available for patient care when needed.
You will work on a peer level with the NPD Practitioners and Associate Directors.
You will develop, implement, and evaluate informative activities to address practice gaps for identified target audiences.
You will coordinate the implementation of an informative plan within the unit/dept that includes activities and resources vital to achieve desired outcomes.
You will implement and coordinate an individualized program to guide the new hire towards job proficiency during onboarding and also when changes in roles, responsibilities, and practice settings occur
You will implement educational programs and project plans; supervise progress, resources allocation and utilization, and cascade the information to the key stakeholders.
You support others in their professional role development, practice role transitions, and succession planning.
You collaborate with partners to share expertise in planning and decision making to achieve the desired results, such as interprofessional collaborative education (IPCE), community partnerships with emergency medical services and public/community health departments to address threats to population health or disaster management, and collaboration with other organizations promoting population health.
You identify and utilize valid, reliable and relevant methods and instruments to measure processes and desired outcomes.
Now we invite you to join us. From working with a team of dedicated healthcare professionals to using state-of-the-art facilities, you’ll have everything you need to do something incredible—for yourself, and for others.
American Red Cross or American Heart Association Advanced Cardiac Life Support certification.
National or ANCC Specialty certification required.
Nursing Professional Development certification preferred.
Minimum of 3 years recent acute RN experience in specialty
Meets specialty specific clinical competencies for assigned area
Working Title:Nurse Professional Development (NPD) Practitioner - Alternative Care Unit (ACU) - Full Time Department:3SPT Transitional Care Business Entity:Nursing Job Category:,Nursing,Nursing Job Specialty:Nurse Education Position Type:Full-time Shift Length:8 hour shift Shift Type:Day
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