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The School of Nursing (UMSN), Department of Health Behavior and Biological Sciences is recruiting an experienced nursing professional with clinical experience as a Family Nurse Practitioner or Pediatric Nurse Practitioner to teach students in a school based clinic located in Flint, Michigan. This position could be filled as full-time or part-time.
The Family Nurse Practitioner or Pediatric Nurse Practitioner will teach Graduate Family or Pediatric Primary Care Nurse Practitioner students on patient care/ health promotion and prevention. S/he will work with students to assess, diagnose and treat health problems for pediatric primary care patients; perform health assessments including patient history, physical examinations, diagnostic tests and appropriate interventions or referrals; assess and formulate plan of care related to preventative, acute, and chronic needs identified by the patient and health care team in a manner that provides continuity of care. This includes coordinating care with patients’ primary care physicians (PCP) when identified and identification of an available PCP when one is not currently designated. Work with students to document patient care and progress and maintain complete and detailed electronic patient records; provide health education on sexual health, chronic disease management and general wellness.
NOTE: This appointment is for Fall term 2017; Winter term 2018, and Spring/Summer 2018.
- A master of nursing degree is required; and completion of an accredited Pediatric Primary Care or Family Nurse Practitioner Program.
- Preference will be given to applicants who have both didactic and clinical teaching experience.
- A nursing license in the State of Michigan is required for this position (current licensure or willingness to obtain licensure).
- Must be certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) or Pediatric Nurse Practitioner (PNP) in the State of Michigan.
- Prior to the start date, the selected candidates must be in compliance with all health requirements.
- Excellent interpersonal skills necessary to provide nursing care to patients and families, and communicate complex concepts to all levels of personnel and collaborate effectively with other health care team members.
- Ability to communicate clearly, concisely and appropriately in written and verbal forms.
- Advanced analytical skills to assist in developing and implementing patient care systems, policies and procedures, evaluate outcome of care and develop educational programs.
- Ability to attend to detail when evaluating patient care provided, analyzing program outcome measures and proposing efficient and effective methods of patient care.
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