The clinical nurse is responsible: Coordinating care for assigned patients to promote the achievement of clinical outcomes. Provide direct patient care based on the nursing process. Collaborate with a multidisciplinary health care team to optimize team performance. Promote improvements in treatment area processes and cost effective use of resources. Accountable for own decisions regarding patient care. Identifies impending changes in patient condition and individual performance issues. Analyzes patient care data to deliver and evaluate care
Duties and Responsibilities:
Coordinating care for assigned patients on a shift to promote the achievement of clinical outcomes.
Providing direct patient care based on the nursing process.
Working collaboratively with a multi-disciplinary health care team to optimize team performance.
Promote improvements in unit processes and cost effective use of resources.
Accountable for own decisions regarding patient care
Identifies impending changes in patient condition and individual performance issues
Analyzes patient care data to deliver and evaluate care
Supervision of Others:
May supervise 1 MOC
Equipment, Machine, or Tool Requirements:
General physiologic monitoring and patient care equipment such as defibrillator and glucometer monitor.
Required: Associate Degree or diploma in nursing from an accredited school of nursing.
Preferred: Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing (BSN)
Licensure, Certification, Registration:
Registered nurse licensure in the State of Maryland
Special Knowledge, Skills, or Abilities / Competencies:
Knowledge of nursing process, social, behavioral, biological and physical science
Knowledge of current health care environment
Ability to analyze data to synthesize and summarize information and make judgments regarding patient care
Highly effective verbal communication and interpersonal skills to establish working relationships that foster optimal quality patient care
Ability to document legibly using a writing instrument
Ability to use a computer keyboard to input and obtain data
CPR and AED certified
Ability to properly conduct general physiologic monitoring and patient care equipment such as an EKG.
Possible exposure to communicable diseases, hazardous materials, radiation and pharmacological agents.
Work requires standing and/or walking for extended periods of time.
Work requires lifting and/or positioning patients and transporting wheelchairs, beds and related equipment.
Work requires manual dexterity and hand-eye coordination to perform patient care procedures.
Work may require contact with aggressive and/or combative patients.
Employees in this position will be required to adhere to work availability and scheduling requirements. This may include, but is not limited to availability status, mandatory overtime, on call and shift work.
Job Description Addendum-A
Liver Cancer Multi-Disciplinary Clinical Coordinator
Position Summary: The Multi-Disciplinary Clinical Coordinator for care, outreach and education of the liver multidisciplinary cancer program will be responsible for enhancing patient and provider satisfaction, improving access to services, and assuring that patient data is captured and shared among the team members. In addition, this person will be charged with providing materials and programming to increase awareness and education about this particular tumor type. This individual will serve as an integral member of the multidisciplinary team, working closely with the program champion, and a wide ranging group of specialists and providers. Further, the coordinator will be responsible for maintaining or developing a way to collect, analyze and present data related to the size and scope of the program, and will be knowledgeable about the particular tumor, cancer in general, the program and Johns Hopkins research related to this tumor. This position will be expected to be a part of the survivorship efforts in liver cancer.
Triage new patients to members of the liver cancer team by review of medical records, phone history and review of scans
Manage return and follow up patients with team members
Pend blood tests and radiology to the triage attending, when appropriate
Coordination of Liver Multi-Disciplinary Clinic
Coordination of care between disciplines
Serve as link to research nurses and coordinators for clinical trials
Coordinate with Marketing and Development office for fundraising efforts
In addition, the nurse will have a clinical role in the liver cancer survivorship program, supporting the faculty in providing care, education, and support to patients. This role will include patient assessment, patient follow up, patient education, and patient support with a focus on long-term care and surveillance. Many of these patients will undergo complex treatment regimens, on and off clinical trials, and will require care and support during and after their treatment, due to side effects of treatment and advancing disease. The nurse will become imbedded in the team, and will work collaboratively with physicians, therapists, nurses, research nurses, data coordinators, social workers, dietitians, and administrative staff to support patients.
Classified Title: Clinical Nurse Working Title: Clinical Nurse (Liver MDC) Role/Level/Range: ACRP/03/ME Starting Salary Range: $60,945-$83,865 Employee group: Full Time Schedule: Monday-Friday/8:30am-5:00pm/37.5 hours Exempt Status: Exempt Location: 04-MD:School of Medicine Campus Department name: 10002940-Cancer Immunology/GI Clinical Research Personnel area: School of Medicine
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