The CAPABLE clinical training specialist is a clinician skilled and experienced in implementing the CAPABLE program and in supporting others throughout the country who are learning how to implement CAPABLE. The successful applicant will work with the CAPABLE team to advance the infrastructure and dissemination of the CAPABLE program. Under the supervision of the principal investigator, the clinical training specialist will work closely with Director of Strategic Partnerships and Director of Implementation and Evaluation.
Specific Duties & Responsibilities
Fields inquiries regarding CAPABLE, directs persons to the website and other resources as well as provides 1:1 assistance.
Supports CAPABLE training, certification, re-certification, and support to trained persons working in the field, including webinars and shared learning across program sites and practitioners. Ensures capacity to handle interest from the field in being trained. Ensures fidelity monitoring of program sites and trained persons in the field—to maintain program integrity. Works with JHSON Executive Education on trainings when required.
Maintains and updates website for ease of use as a repository and as an interactive/dynamic forum for exchange. Revises all CAPABLE training and other informational materials as additional information becomes available or as additional adjustments/adaptations are made in the protocols or guidelines. Develops audio/visual materials to enrich understanding of the program, results, dissemination aspects, and impact of CAPABLE.
Maintains or creates descriptive materials and press-ready reports/briefs/articles for general lay audiences. Maintains marketing brochure templates and other consumer-public-facing materials/templates that host sites can use.
Bi-weekly office hours to support new trainees
Supports calls and case conferences with grant funded programs for which JHU SON is monitoring fidelity.
Reviews work orders from CAPABLE Occupational Therapists for the
Internal Number: 14738-en_US
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