Advanced Prac Registered Nurse (APRN/PA) – Hospital Medicine

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The primary The primary purpose of the Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN), in the Department of Hospital Medicine is to promote and maintain the health of HM patients across the care continuum throughout the institution supporting the inpatient hospitalist programs. As the Department of Hospital Medicine is a service that operates 24/7/365, nocturnal shifts will also be supported by the hospitalist advanced practice providers for after-hours and weekend coverage, rotating holidays and COVID coverage. JOB COMPETENCIES APRN KEY FUNCTIONS Advanced Practice Registered Nurse in the Department of Hospital Medicine is responsible for assessing and conducting comprehensive patient history, physical examinations, and psychosocial assessments. Evaluate patient outcomes in coordination with attending physicians and develop a treatment plan. Monitors laboratory, radiographic and procedural data for patient disposition. Must visually evaluate data and prepare written information. Communicates report findings and test results to physicians, multidisciplinary team and family members. Promote collaboration and communication among healthcare team members, other colleagues, and organizations to promote and protect the best interests of patients. Provides health education to the patient and their family (i.e., treatment options, management of side effects, anticipatory teaching, etc.). Participate and collaborate on clinical research protocols. Interviews patients and reviews the eligibility criteria to identify potential patients for protocol studies. Deliver education to patients and their families. Conducts in-service training for in-house nursing personnel regarding protocol requirements. Acts as liaison with patients, families, physicians, and other personnel. Participates in the education of Advanced Practice student nurses, house officers and medical students. Instruct coworkers in allied positions in recording patient information and/or data entry. Service Orientation Provide service to our stakeholders, including patients, caregivers, colleagues and each other, in a safe, courteous, accountable, efficient and innovative manner to include: Promoting inclusiveness and collegiality that always demonstrate respect and professionalism to our stakeholders Modeling safe, ethical behavior that mitigates risk to the institution through sound business practices, and adherence to MD Anderson’s Standards of Conduct, institutional policies and procedures Responding to requests in a timely manner while proactively communicating expectations for procedures, service arrival, or project deliverables to stakeholders Using the steps to HEAL (Hear, Empathize, Address and Learn) the relationship when service recovery is needed Medical/Clinical Knowledge APPs demonstrate knowledge that includes an understanding of pathophysiology, patient presentation, differential diagnosis, patient management, surgical principles, health promotion, and disease prevention. APPs demonstrate core knowledge about established and evolving biomedical and clinical sciences and the application of this knowledge to patient care in their area. APPs demonstrate an investigatory and analytic thinking approach to clinical situations. This includes management of general medical conditions to include understanding, indication, contraindication, side effects, interactions and adverse reactions of pharmacologic agents and other relevant treatment modalities. Patient Care APPs provide patient care appropriate to the population(s) served. APPs demonstrate care that is effective, patient-centered, timely, efficient, and equitable for the treatment of health problems and the promotion of wellness. APPs counsel and educate patients and their families about disease and illness in addition to providing health care services and education aimed at preventing health problems or maintaining health. Professionalism APPs are committed to collaborative professional relationships with physicians and all members of the health care team. APPs function within their professional and personal limitations. APPs demonstrate a high level of responsibility, ethical practice, sensitivity to a diverse patient population and adherence to legal and regulatory requirements. APPs demonstrate a commitment to excellence and on-going professional development. Practice-Based Learning and Improvement APPs engage in critical analysis of their own practice, experience, medical literature, and other information resources for the purpose of self-improvement. APPs participate in processes to assess, evaluate, maintain and improve their patient care practices. APPs demonstrate knowledge of scientific studies related to their patient’s health problems. System-Based Practice APPs demonstrate an awareness of and responsiveness to the larger system of health care to provide patient care that is cost-effective and demonstrates resources allocation that does not compromise quality of care. APPs advocate for quality patient care and assist patients in dealing with system complexities. APPs accept responsibility for promoting a safe environment for patient care and recognize and participate in the correction of system-based factors that negatively impact patient care. Other duties as assigned EDUCATION: Master’s Degree in Nursing or Doctor of Nursing Practice. May be waived for applicants who obtained recognition as an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse from the Texas State Board of Nursing prior to 1/1/2003. Graduate education and related Texas Board of Nursing authorization must be consistent with clinical practice area and patient population. LICENSURE: All of the following: Written authorization from the Texas Board of Nursing to function as an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN or ACNP or ACNPC or ACAGNP or AGACNP or ACNPC-AG or AGACNP or AGNP or ACPNP or ANP or AGNP or AGPCNP or FNP or GNP or PNP or PMHNP or WHNP or APNP). Related authorization must be consistent with clinical practice area and patient population. Basic Life Support (BLS). Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) If working in the following departments: Pediatric – Patient Care (113100). MAY BE REQUIRED: Authorization for limited prescriptive authority by the Texas Board of Nursing. It is the policy of The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center to provide equal employment opportunity without regard to race, color, religion, age, national origin, sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, disability, protected veteran status, genetic information, or any other basis protected by institutional policy or by federal, state or local laws unless such distinction is required by law. Additional Information Requisition ID: 167907 Employment Status: Full-Time Employee Status: Regular Work Week: Days Minimum Salary: US Dollar (USD) 115,000 Midpoint Salary: US Dollar (USD) 144,000 Maximum Salary : US Dollar (USD) 173,000 FLSA: exempt and not eligible for overtime pay Fund Type: Hard Work Location: Onsite Pivotal Position: No Referral Bonus Available?: No Relocation Assistance Available?: No Science Jobs: No #LI-Onsite

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