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314304 Clin Nurse Educator

Penn Medicine
Philadelphia, PA 19104
The Clinical Nurse Educator (CNE) practices within the UPHS professional practice model and exhibits UPHS core values, which reflect its mission. Based on a specialized knowledge base, the CNE designs, implements and evaluates standards of practice that improve the delivery of high quality, comprehensive care to individuals, families and population. The CNE is a clinical leadership position that includes the traditional components of patient care, consultation, research utilization and education with the aims of upholding practice standards, contributing to the professional development of others and shaping/influencing nursing practice within the organization. The CNE actively supports organizational goals. Specifically, the CNE facilitates the implementation of organizational initiatives that integrates evidence/research, professional/regulatory standards, and demonstrates system savvy. The CNE re-frames clinical practice issues/initiatives to highlight the implications so that various groups (e.g. clinicians-educators-administrators) can respond to, or incorporate concerns into practice changes. A hallmark of CNE practice is the management of complex patient-family situations. As a clinical leader, the CNE serves as a vital liaison to communicate and negotiate multiple perspectives within the organization in a respectful and effective manner to achieve/advocate positive change and delivery of appropriate and ethical care. The CNE's leadership style embodies a sense of moral agency that is depicted by collaboratively addressing and/or resolving problematic or ethical issues in a manner that upholds right and good care. In particular, the CNE conveys a presence that simultaneously responds to the immediate patient and family needs while empowering others to effectively manage the clinical situation. The CNE interacts with staff in a manner that recognizes their developmental needs and promotes their understanding of issues/knowledge and reflective practice. The implementation of any CNE position varies and evolves over time in response to patient population needs, new clinical science/evidence, organizational goals and changes within the health system locally and nationally. As such, the CNE and appropriate clinical leadership collaborate to implement initiatives and mutually establish clinically relevant accountabilities. The CNE demonstrates sophisticated judgment in balancing the competing demands of the position. The CNE demonstrates a knowledge base within a specialty area that may include caring for people ranging in age from infancy to the elderly. The CNE is self-directed and purposeful in maintaining current professional knowledge and competence within specialty area. The domains of evidence based practice and research, safety, professionalism, person and family centered care, leadership, informatics/technology, teamwork and continuous quality improvement frame the work of the CNE. Within the professional practice model, the CNE facilitates an environment of support that facilitates and preserves the autonomy and accountability of the primary and associate nurse roles.

The qualified candidate must be a graduate of a NLNAC or CCNE accredited school of professional nursing, have a BSN, and licensure as a registered professional nurse in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. MSN preferred. BLS required. Advanced practice certification in specialty is preferred. PACU and critical care experience preferred.

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Posted: 2020-08-24 Expires: 2020-09-23

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314304 Clin Nurse Educator

Penn Medicine
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