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Clincial expertise Coordinator - RN:Johns Hopkins University

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Classified Title: [[Clinical expertise Coordinator - RN]]
Working Title:[[Clinical expertise Coordinator - RN]]​​​​​
function/Level/Range: ACRP/03/ME
Starting income Range: [[$60,342 - $83,034]]
Employee group: Part-time
Schedule: [[Monday, Wednesday, Thursday: 9:00a – 5:00p ]]
Exempt Status:Exempt​​​​​​​
Job location: 04-MD:School of Medicine Campus
Department name: 10003626-SOM Admin Std Aff Colleges Advising Sys
Personnel area: School of Medicine

General Summary/Purpose
The main function of the Clinical expertise Coordinator-RN (CSC-RN) is to organize the teaching and assessment activities of the Clinical Foundations of Medicine (CFM) course and related Colleges Advisory Program clinical expertise educational events for JHSOM medical students. This position involves: 1) developing and delivering bedside clinical expertise programs with real patients as well as standardized patients; 2) Directing and coordinating the Volunteer Outpatient Program, a 60-80 member registry of JHH affiliated volunteer patients to work with the students during the 17-week CFM course (this includes patient recruitment, orientation, training, supervision and scheduling of these volunteers); 3) maintain student attendance and performance records and actively supervise assessment activities, course grading, and produce grade reports for all CFM students. They will work in concert with the Director and Associate Director of the Colleges Advisory Program (CAP).

In addition, the CSC-RN will participate in continuing educational research related to clinical expertise and Volunteer Outpatient Program activities, as well as longitudinal studies of the learning environment and students’ professional development.

At times during the academic year when less than full effort is needed for CFM and VOP-related work, the CSC-RN will also assist CAP leadership abilities and faculty advisors with learning community (LC) activities. This may including staffing and assisting the Academic Program Administrator with school milestone events such as the White Coat Ceremony, convocation, social and professional extracurricular events, and an occasional request to support CAP faculty efforts.

The CSC-RN reports directly to the Director of CAP and coordinates closely with the Associate Director of CAP for CFM and VOP-related efforts. For LC-related activities, the CSC-RN will work closely with the Academic Program Administrator. The CSC-RN works closely with staff, faculty, students, and patients within the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

Specific tasks & Responsibilities :
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:
   » Enact a relationship-centered approach in interacting with the many people (students, faculty, staff, and patients), systems, and activities involving the CAP learning community at the JHSOM.
   » Coordinate the CFM Course for Year 1 Medical Students
   » Manage and supervise teaching activities as directed by the Director
   » In collaboration with the Director and the Academic Program Administrator, develop the CFM course calendar, and revise and publish the course syllabus each year.
   » Manage the web-located CFM course Blackboard sites for students and faculty, updating and posting materials as needed
   » Identify and coordinate recruitment of JHH inpatients and outpatients (via the Volunteer Outpatient Program) to participate as “patients” in the course for students to practice obtaining medical histories and physical examinations.
   » Schedule and proctor the activities between medical student groups and volunteer patients
   » Check in students for CFM small groups each session and maintain course attendance records.
   » Assist with grading in the course, and compile grades in collaboration with the course director and academic program administrator for the end-of-course assessment
   » Work with the Simulation Center (Sim Center) staff to schedule the Monday, Wednesday and Thursday afternoon CFM activities from mid-August to December each year, including room bookings for all CFM events. Develop the CFM calendar and share with the Sim Center staff each year.
   » Collaborate with Sim Center staff to coordinate Standardized Patient (SP), Physical Examination Teaching Associate (PETA), and Genitourinary Teaching Associate (GTA) activities.
   » Manage and coordinate two single-event clinical expertise activities for CAP faculty and Year 1 students in Quarter 3 after the CFM course concludes.
   » Manage the Volunteer Outpatient Program (VOP) for CFM
   » The CSC-RN will independently manage the VOP for CFM. This will require continuing effort with direct contact with JHH patients over the course of each year.
   » Maintain continuing recruitment, orientation, recordkeeping, and phone/email contact with 60-80 volunteer outpatients, as well as community outreach in the Baltimore metropolitan area.
   » Maintain VOP budget in collaboration with Academic Program Administrator
   » Schedule all volunteer outpatient sessions in CFM, lead orientation and training of the patients for each session before volunteers interact with students
   » Evaluate the VOP and provide feedback to individual patients to enhance performance
   » Solicit feedback from VOPs about student performance and provide this to CFM faculty to share with students
   » Assist with the Colleges Advisory Program
   » Assist the CAP administrator and directors in providing technical and logistic support for CAP student and faculty events at selected points in each academic year
   » Assist CAP Administrator in compiling advisor logs and worksheets relating to their advising meetings with students and 4th year medical students’ plans for post-graduate training
   » Liaison
   » Work proactively and collaboratively with CAP and multiple SOM offices, including but not limited to the Office of Curriculum, Medical Student Affairs, MD-PhD Program, Vice Dean for Education, Admissions, SOM Administrator, Armstrong building personnel/maintenance and operations.
   » Arrange meetings via electronic calendars and communication
   » Manage requests from students and faculty for assistance; resolve requests or involve administrator, director, or associate director as needed
   » Serve as ambassador and representative of CFM, CAP and the SOM to all internal and external stakeholders, including students, faculty, staff, vendors, and visitors
   » Communication
   » Communicate effectively, both in writing and orally, with wide variety of stakeholders
   » Generate e-mails and letters to faculty, volunteers, and collaborators within and outside of JHM
   » Navigate complex and difficult conversations, showing flexibility, knowledge, and thoughtfulness

Minimum Qualifications
Requires completion of nursing program, and registered RN. Prefer minimum of three years of clinical practice.

Preferred Qualifications
practice working in direct patient care for purposes of patient assessment and suitcapability for learners.

Special Knowledge, expertise, and Abilities
   » Self-motivated and organized, with demonstrated capability to plan, prioritize and complete work tasks in expected time frame
   » capability to maintain professional interactions at all times with patients and staff.
   » Conveys respect for patient confidentiality
   » Excellent organization expertise
   » Excellent communication and interpersonal expertise to work with patients, faculty, learners and staff
   » Good writing expertise
   » Proficient in Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) including e-mail, word processing, keyboarding, and spreadsheet management.
   » Demonstrated capability to lgain and use software and online programs (examples include Doodle, Sign-Up Genius, and cloud-located file storage systems)
   » Problem-solving and conflict resolution expertise with staff and learners.
The prosperous candidate(s) for this position will be subject to a pre-employment background check.

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Job Information
   » Job location: Baltimore, Maryland, United States
   » Listing ID: 45010365
   » Published: November 17, 2018
   » Position Title:Clincial expertise Coordinator - RN
   » Employer's nameJohns Hopkins University
   » Listing Function:Additional Opportunities
   » Entry Level:No

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