The Nurse Educator will be an essential member of the team teaching, coordination student clinical skills training throughout the curriculum, Interprofessional Education (IPE) curriculum, participate as a member on statewide curriculum leadership teams and teaching in our Scholarly Concentration: Urban Health and Social Determinants of Health. The Nurse Educator will be responsible for teaching students primarily, recruiting and training standardized patients for OSCE encounters, and overseeing the organization and implementation medical student clinical skills education in the Northwest Campus. Additionally, the Nurse Educator will be directly responsible to the Associate Dean and Campus Director of the Northwest Campus.
Teaching students basic clinical skills, how to more effectively obtain a history, perform physical examination skills, patient assessments, write progress notes, and patient interaction/communication skills, understanding nutrition and TPN, and other core knowledge and skills.
Provide formative feedback to students.
Maintain communication with faculty concerning philosophy of IUSM Phase 1 clinical skills curriculum and teaching expectations.
Recruit and select standardized patients for objective structured examinations (OSCE) (both formative and summative assessments)
Train standardized patients, with the support of the physician faculty, to present reproducible medical history and physical findings for a given disease.
Establish standardized patient schedules and instructional sessions for the various clinical skills courses in Phase 1 of the curriculum.
Teach in the Northwest Campus Scholarly Concentration: Urban Health and Social Determinants of Health.
Collaborate on research
Master’s degree in clinical nursing required with licensure in the State of Indiana required and PhD in Nursing preferred. Demonstrated history of clinical education teaching. 3-5 years in clinical nursing experience.
Must have superior clinical skills knowledge base, organizational skills as well as excellent interpersonal skills and a passion for teaching. The ability to work well as a team and be a self-starter is critical.
Department Contact for Questions:
Elizabeth R. Ryan, Ed.D., Associate Dean and Director, email@example.com
OAA #: IUSM006762016
Internal Number: 8280
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