Review the RN Role Description and Department Specific Requirements on the TTP Program webpage.
Baccalaureate degree in Nursing for external hires; Baccalaureate degree preferred to internal candidates.
Baccalaureate degree in Nursing awarded from a program accredited by Commission of Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE), Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) or Commission for Nursing Education Accreditation (CNEA) by 30 days before the start date.
Current unencumbered Oregon RN license by 1 week before the start date.
Current BLS certification awarded by the American Heart Association (AHA) or Military Training Network branch of AHA by the start date.
Department Specific Requirements:
2-years of current nursing experience in adult acute care, adult intermediate care, emergency department observation, or adult emergency department.
BLS must not expire during the TTP Residency Program.
Current ACLS certification awarded by the American Heart Association (AHA) or Military Training Network branch of AHA by the start date.
Existing OHSU workforce members are not required to have ACLS before the start date per policy HC-HR-111-POL-RR.
ACLS must not expire during the TTP Residency Program.
A minimum score of 11/18 on OHSU Nurse Interview Evaluation Tool.
Transition to Practice (TTP) Program Individualized Orientation Schedule of 12-20 weeks:
The intended start date is August 23, 2021 (external & organizational internal transfer)/August 30, 2021 (ONA internal transfer). Note that this date may be adjusted based on operational needs.
Group-based, self-directed, and preceptorship hours are integrated weekly for up to 40 hours per week. The learning environments are a mix of in-person and teleworking.
Group-based hours: Monday-Friday 0800-1700 (8-hour shifts) or 1500-1900 (4-hour shifts).
Self-directed hours: Monday-Sunday all-hours up to 8-hours a week.
Preceptorship hours: Assigned based on preceptor team schedules during Monday-Sunday 0700-1930, or 1900-0730. Transition to hired shift is based on unit readiness and the completion of group-based sessions.
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