VIEW JOBS11/18/2018 12:00:00 AM2019-02-16T00:00Nurse Practitioner Associate: General Pediatric Surgery
Requisition #: 178251
Location: Johns Hopkins Hospital Nursing, Baltimore, MD
Work Shift: Day Shift
Work Week: Full Time (40 hours)
Weekend Work Required: Yes
Date Posted: Nov. 16, 2018
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Baltimore, Maryland: The Johns Hopkins Hospital
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner --General Pediatric Surgery
The Nurse Practitioner works collaboratively within a multidisciplinary health team and is responsible for providing comprehensive and age appropriate care to both well and/or ill patients. The Nurse Practitioner educates patients and/or intervenes in acute or chronic illness. The Nurse Practitioner practices within the guidelines of the unit department, and institution. The Nurse Practitioner is granted affiliate staff privileges by the Johns Hopkins Hospital Medical Board; these privileges list specific tasks and are reviewed annually.
* Master's Degree from and accredited School of Nursing.
* Completion of accredited NP program in area of specialty (Acute Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner).
* Current Registered nurse licensure in the state of Maryland.
* Current certification as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner in the state of Maryland.
* If you order or refer items or services for Medicare beneficiaries and you do not have an enrollment record in the Provider Enrollment, Chain and Ownership System(PECOS), you will need to submit an enrollment application to Medicare to be eligible for employment.
* Three years of related clinical nursing experience.
* Advanced clinical skills in specialty area or equivilant
* Advanced research knowledge, including interpretation, utililization, and conduct.
* General computer knowledge and capability to use computer.
* Ability to incorporate into practice theoretical concepts and advanced clinical skills with patients, families, and interdisciplinary health care team members.
* Analytical ability necessary to diagnose patients and to develop and implement plans of action for long and short term management of acute and chronic health.
* Advanced interpersonal skills necessary to communicate effectively with all members of the interdisciplinary health care team to enhance collaboration and problem-solving.
* Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, in order to provide information to patients and health care personnel.
* Ability to funcion effectively in a fluid, dynamic, and rapidly changing environment. #LI-MS1
Johns Hopkins MedicineBaltimoreMD
VIEW JOBS11/16/2018 12:00:00 AM2019-02-14T00:00Classified Title: Pediatric Phlebotomist
Working Title: Pediatric Phlebotomist
Starting Salary Range: $12.19-$16.77, commensurate with experience
Employee group: Casual / On Call
Schedule: 2.25 hours per week, as needed, 2-3 times per month
Exempt Status: Non-Exempt
Location: 600 N Wolfe St
Department name: 10001152-Mental Health Research Projects
Personnel area: School of Public Health
Johns Hopkins School of Public Health research team needs a Phlebotomist for occasional blood draws on children ages 6-12 in their homes, within 2 hours of Johns Hopkins. Phlebotomist would be needed 2-3 times per month, with options for weekend or evening draws at the participant's home. Phlebotomist has option to ride to location with the research team (paid an hourly rate) or drive separately (mileage reimbursed and paid hourly rate for time spent at visit only). Each home visit lasts about 3 hours.
We anticipate starting the study in April 2019 and continuing for two years. We anticipate doing approximately 30 home visits over this 2-year period – about 2 or 3 visits a month.
* Working with the research team, phlebotomist would be responsible for some initial processing of 4-tube blood sample, such as chilling and initial centrifuging.
* Blood draw would occur at the end of the home visit, so phlebotomist would also assist the research team with organization at the start of visit; setting up the blood draw area and centrifuge; and taking child's measurements of height, weight, pulse, waist circumference and skinfold measurements.
* Training will be provided for these body measurements, as well as the research protocol.
High School diploma/GED required, Phlebotomist Technician Certificate required. Experience drawing on children.
Knowledge of or experience with autism and/or special-needs children a plus
Special knowledge, skills, and abilities:
* Dependable team player
* Patient and calm
* Reliable transportation if driving self to the appointment
* Knowledge of autism spectrum disorder.
* Experience with blood processing, such as chilling and centrifuging.
* Experience drawing on children in the 5-17 age range.
* Experience drawing during home visits
* Experience in research setting.
* Must be skilled and reassuring enough to gain the child's consent for the draw. If a child over age 7 says 'no,' we are prohibited from doing it. Additionally, the research phlebotomist gets just 2 attempts to draw a child's blood, per IRB regulations.
Technical qualifications or specialized certifications:
Phlebotomy Technician Certification
Paid training required for:
* Basic human subjects research (online)
* Privacy considerations in research (online)
* Research protocol
* Taking body measurements such as height, weight, pulse, waist circumference, skinfold measurements
The successful candidate(s) for this position will be subject to a pre-employment background check.
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VIEW JOBS11/18/2018 12:00:00 AM2019-02-16T00:00Overview
JOB ID 4184
The Pediatric Nurse Practitioner I functions as a healthcare provider, working collaboratively within a multidisciplinary health team, responsible for providing comprehensive care to both well and/or ill patients. The Pediatric Nurse Practitioner I educates patients and/or intervenes in acute or chronic illness. This position educates patients and/or intervenes in acute or chronic illness, and practices within department and KKI guidelines in accordance with State of Maryland Nurse Practitioner Regulations. The Pediatric Nurse Practitioner I adheres to the Nurse Practice Act and all rules governing certification for their scope of practice. This position is granted specified professional staff privileges by the Kennedy Krieger Institute Medical Board; these privileges list specific tasks and are reviewed annually. This position reports to the Senior Nurse Practitioner for Nursing standards and practice.
ResponsibilitiesConducts comprehensive or episodic health assessment of patients/families with real, potential, acute and/or chronic health problems, which may include the psychosocial, cognitive and personal assets and limitations of the patient/family with an emphasis on wellness.Performs health screening, order, perform and interpret tests. Establishes medical and nursing diagnosis; order and evaluate diagnostic studies; perform and monitor therapeutic procedures; assess and/or manage follow-up plans.Assesses chronic health problems and refer to attending or primary provider when appropriate. Collaborates with other professionals in developing and implementing a plan of care for child or adolescent.Prescribes and regulates medications per Nurse Practitioner-Physician written agreement.Records and documents health assessment data necessary to maintain, coordinate, and/or expedite required services.Assumes responsibility and accountability for time management, professional relationships and interpersonal interactions.Provides health education to care givers and other members of the multi-disciplinary team concerning health issues such as medications, management of illness, and disease prevention. Teaches children/adolescents about good heath practices.Treats acute minor illness such as otitis media, and upper respiratory infections.Develops, conducts, and/or evaluates formal or informal in service and continuing education programs in area(s) of expertise for peer group and other disciplines.Assumes responsibility for her/his own professional development and remains current in clinical practice by attending relevant continuing education.Participates in the research process as evidenced by: a) enhancing the quality and clinical relevance of nursing research by promoting expertise in clinical problems and by providing knowledge about the way in which these clinical services are delivered; b) assisting others in applying scientific knowledge in nursing practice.Participates on department, functional unit, and hospital committees as assigned.Serve as a clinical preceptor for nursing students including nurse practitioner candidates.Advocates for children and adolescents with developmental disability-within health, community, and school arenas.Participates in the development and implementation of a quality assurance program.Qualifications
* Master of Science in Nursing from an accredited school of nursing preferred.
* Registered nurse licensure and certification as a nurse practitioner required by the State of Maryland to practice as a nurse practitioner.
* National certification in area of specialty from a recognized Association, including the American Nurses Credentialing Center and the Association of Pediatric Nurse Associates and Practitioners (NAPNAP).
* Two years of related clinical nursing experience.
Kennedy Krieger InstituteBaltimoreMD