ID110_73510 Clinical Education & Research
Expected Weekly Hours:
Collaborates with Unit/Department Managers and other educators to provide American Heart Association, and other certification courses with the goal of enhanced clinical practice, professional growth of the staff and the assurance of safe and effective healthcare to patients.
Job Description Details:
SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE, EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
- Licensed in the State of Idaho as an EMT, LPN, RN, RT or Paramedic licensed in the State of Idaho or registered with the National Registry.
- American Heart Association instructor status required (BLS, ACLS, and/or PALS), or other organization instructor status such (NRP, TNCC, ENPC, ATLS)
- Two years of direct patient care experience in the licensed role required, and one year of American Heart Association course instruction preferred
- Experience in nursing/clinical education desirable.
- Excellent communication and computer skills.
- Knows, understands, incorporates, and demonstrates the Organizational Mission, Core Values, and Vision in behaviors, practices, policies and decisions.
- Uses principles of education and adult learning to design educational activities.
- Promotes a learning environment in a manner that enhances learner's competence to provide quality healthcare and to enhance clinical skills through group activities, classroom lecture presentations, individual instruction or the general use of role model and mentoring concepts.
- Integrates research, evidence-based practice, and current literature into educational activities.
- Reflects an integration of knowledge, skills, experience and attitude needed to present educational offerings to staff engaged in direct patient care, certification, accreditation, compliance standards and risk management.
- Maintains records of educational offerings.
- Maintains own clinical skills and competence related to clinical practice and staff development.
- Demonstrates awareness of need for self-growth and pursues personal growth
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