- Develops and implements a comprehensive orientation and education program for CSPD staff.
- Conducts and incorporates an annual needs assessment for competency of staff
- Works with all Education Staff to provide individualized orientation and education for all instrument care and CSPD Staff
- Develops and implements annual education and certification review workshops.
- Coordinates education/in-service schedules
- Coordinate and evaluate staff education
- Provide education, consultation, support for CSPD staff to study and prepare for the testing and certification examination
- Collaborate with and act as a liaison with other departments to facilitate patient care (Nursing Educators [ENCs] for OR, PACU, and Anesthesia , CSPD and OR/PACU Management Team, Surgical and Anesthesia Faculty)
- Provide education, consultation, support
- Networking/information gathering
- Update educational materials and articles for recertification
- Monitor recertification of staff as required
- Provide or develop In-services for certification to all UMHS Surgery departments.
- Uses principles from theories of adult learning, organizational development, systems, and change and quality management.
- Establishes a facilitative relationship with learners of all sorts.
- Uses systematic approaches and appropriate measurement methods to assess and develop competence of personnel.
- Conducts needs assessments.
- Involves the learner in the assessment of needs and identification of outcomes.
- Identifies and prioritizes educational needs of staff.
- Facilitates the adult learning process.
- Implements educational activities.
- Selects and uses audiovisuals appropriately.
- Uses appropriate teaching strategies and presentation methods.
- Provides a climate conducive to learning (mutual respect, trust, openness, supportive and safe)
- Provides up-to-date and accurate resources and materials.
- Promotes concept of lifelong learning.
- Promotes critical thinking and problem solving.
- Maintains educational standards.
- Ensures that presenters of educational programs receive feedback.
- Collaborates with managers, staff members, peers, other departments and community to plan and implement educational programs.
- Demonstrates expertise in the use of computers for instruction and/or communication with colleagues.
- Maintains documentation and record keeping system.
- Uses various quality management strategies to continuously improve staff development programs.
- Conducts Central Processing certification review courses for CSPD staff
- Facilitates learning opportunities in CSPD practice for Surgical Technology students from local colleges.
- Facilitates learning opportunities in CSPD practice for Registered Nurse Interns.
- Plans, conducts and evaluates programs designed to achieve skill proficiency.
- Manages staff development programs congruent with the organization’s vision statement and goals.
- Uses problem solving and critical thinking skills.
- Supports the integration of research into practice.
- Seeks opportunities to apply the performance improvement process.
- Professional Performance Role
- Integrates ethical principles, professional standards, and evidence-based practice in all aspects of practice.
- Participates on committees, task forces, projects, and other meetings.
- Seeks opportunities to continue to develop the various staff development roles.
- Maintains educational and/or clinical competencies appropriate to role.
- Promotes a safe and healthy work environment.
- Facilitates the initiation and adoption of change.
- Demonstrates flexibility.
- Maintains confidentiality.
- Determines and/or revises priorities for scheduled and unscheduled education activities.
- Participates in classes related to clinical specialty and the practice of adult education.
- Models behavior that reflects continued personal and professional growth.
- Consistently demonstrates University of Michigan Customer Service Standards.
- CSPD certification
- Associates or Bachelor degree required.
- 3-5 years experience in Central Processing required.
- Experience in adult education preferred
- Ability to demonstrate University of Michigan Health Care customer service standards and behaviors.
- Effective verbal and written communication skills to clearly express ideas and techniques.
- Experience precepting and teaching adult learners.
- Knowledge of adult learning principles, teaching/learning concepts, clinical evaluations, coaching and providing feedback
- Interpersonal, educational and clinical knowledge and skills necessary to effectively teach CSPD personnel.
- Creative thinking; analytical, problem solving and independent decision-making abilities; self-direction; theoretical knowledge and skill in course/program development, implementation and evaluation, including knowledge of construction and of diverse teaching methods.
- Organized, self-motivated, good communication and interpersonal skills.
- Dynamic and energetic.
- Strong clinical skills in Central Processing.
Day shift, but will vary to include all shifts as needed.
- Education Specialis
- CSPD Staff
- OR staff
- Healthcare personnel throughout the hospita
- CSPD Management tea
- Nursing Management team
- Nurse Educators
- Other health care professionals
- Professional organization representatives and Colleagues
- Community hospitals requesting educational guidance
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