JOB DESCRIPTION -NURSE CLINICAL INSTRUCTOR

  • Identify training needs of nursing staff and develop in service education training plans.
  • Development of educational programs, presentations and patient education materials: modify and update existing educational programs and patient education materials or recommended notifications as appropriate in co-ordination with the Nursing Superintendent. .
  • Conduct a variety of in service orientation programs and educational programs for nursing personnel’s in the organization.
  • Conduct nursing induction, safety and other generalized training and ensure completion of orientation as expected.
  • Select and organize innovative methods of teaching including, slides, charts and nursing supplies and equipment to demonstrate improved patient care.
  • Co-ordinates BLS Training round the year, Test and Retest their knowledge and skills.
  • Maintain required departmental records, reports and statistics as appropriate.
  • Keep abreast of new developments in training techniques, methods and programs.
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of instructional programs. Coordinate educational programs for an assigned service line: serve an internal consultant for specialized clinical instructions.
  • Inform and assist Nursing Superintendant on observed areas that need improvement and continuous supervision to ensure safe and quality care to all patients.
  • Actively participates in policies and procedural development and implementation of new protocols…
  • Review current nursing literature and appraise Nursing Superintendant and other stakeholders for change in practices for improving patient satisfaction and safety.
  • Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein and as required by Nursing Superintendant.
  • Ensure that clinical Instructors are available on units for bedside supervision and teaching and all learning activities result in outcome evidenced as better patient care.
  • Ensures continuous assessment and guidance of staff nurses.
  • Evaluation of the staff after appropriate training sessions.

 

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