Emory University Nurse Clinician (PRN) in Atlanta, Georgia
Functions as a clinical expert and role model in assessing, planning, implementing, and evaluating care for a specific patient population.
Demonstrates expertise as a practitioner, teacher, manager and researcher, with emphasis on demonstrating mastery of practical and theoretical knowledge in clinical situations.
Collaborates with Leadership in developing and implementing the unit's mission, vision and goals.
Participates in or chairs committees.
Monitors the appropriateness of patient care assignments and staff adherence to documentation standards.
Conducts interdisciplinary conferences with patients/family to resolve patient related issues.
Identifies, develops, conducts, and documents patient and family education.
Identifies recurring and unusual clinical problems and recommends procedural changes to eliminate or resolve them.
Participates in research activities and uses results to improve the delivery of patient care.
Assists less experienced staff in the interpretation of diagnostic data and in addressing abnormal physical findings and atypical behavioral responses.
Serves as a resource of advanced clinical knowledge in a particular specialty.
Performs related responsibilities as required.MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
A bachelor's degree in nursing. Graduation from an accredited school of nursing.
Current licensure as a Registered Nurse in the state of Georgia.
Four years of recent clinical experience as a Registered Nurse, with one year in the area of concentration. Minimum expectation of 20 hours per week.
BACKGROUND:The Clinical Research Network (CRN) of the Georgia Clinical & Translational Science Alliance (Georgia CTSA) supports the movement of scientific discoveries to practical application by supporting clinical trials and translational science research at a number of Clinical Research Sites including Emory University Hospital, Emory Midtown (formerly Crawford Long Hospital), Grady Memorial Hospital, the Ponce Infectious Diseases Clinic, the Hope Clinic, the University of Georgia, and the Morehouse School of Medicine Clinical Research Center. Given the dispersed nature of the Georgia research community and the goal to actively engage the community in bidirectional research translation, our Clinical Research Network incorporates hospital-based, medical office-based and community-based sites through integration with other programs of the Georgia CTSA, such as the Community Engagement and Research Program. The efficient, flexible and geographically distributed CRN exists to meet the needs of translational and clinical investigators from Emory University, Morehouse School of Medicine, the University of Georgia and Georgia Institute of Technology. The CRN is centralized under the leadership of program director, Dr. Greg Martin of Emory University. Additional background information on Georgia CTSA and the CRN can be found athttp://georgiactsa.org.
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Job Number 25089
Job Type PRN / Registry
Division School Of Medicine
Department SOM: Georgia CTSA
This position may involve the following Health and Safety issues: Working with human blood, body fluids, tissues, or other potentially infectious materials.
Job Category Nursing
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