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Job Summary:
The Director, Nursing Education & Research, Magnet Program Director is the nursing leader with 24-hour accountability and is responsible for the planning , coordination, direction and evaluation of nursing staff development, continuing education, nursing orientation and nursing research. Oversees and manages the role of the Clinical Nurse Specialists, Education Specialists and department secretary and others as directed. Oversee the assessment of learning needs for all levels of nursing and provides educational opportunities to address the needs. The Director, Nursing Education & Research, Magnet Program Director is responsible for developing, implementing, maintaining, monitoring and overseeing the overall Magnet Recognition Program . Is responsible for submitting applications, interim monitoring reports and Magnet documents based on the Magnet Program Office criteria. Develops and implements organizational strategies and infrastructure to support clinical quality, operational effectiveness and shared leadership. Acts as a liaison with all departments within the organization to promote nursing excellence and to support Magnet philosophy.
Primary Job Duties:
Professional practice model: The Beaumont Nurse Professional Practice Model illustrates the integration of nursing practice with mission, vision, philosophy and values that embody the spirit of Beaumont nurses. Caring for the patient and their family is the center of all we do. We strive for nursing excellence and it is an expectation that as a Beaumont nurse you demonstrate accountability, autonomy and critical thinking in your nursing practice. Continuous professional development is recognized as essential to our practice and supported through education, mentoring and reflective learning.
Model for patient care delivery ? Relationship and Result Oriented Health Care (RROHC): Relationship and Results Oriented Healthcare (RRHOHC) is a philosophy and method for delivering care that combines patient and family-centered communication with healthcare team practices to create more positive health outcomes. The three fundamental practices of RROHC include: developing a relationship with patients and families to partner in achieving their goals in hospitalization; utilizing problem solving and critical thinking incorporated on the part of the healthcare team to help patients reach their goals; and trans-disciplinary teamwork led by the staff RN to coordinate the achievement of these goals. RROHC is a model of patient care delivery that invites patients and their families, through the relationships nursing staff builds with them, to actively participate in their care decisions.
Leadership, management and monitoring of educational activities required for staff development
Works collaboratively with Health System educational initiatives
Is an active member of The Joint Commission steering committee and chapter leader
Serves as advisor to the hospital Professional Nurse Council
Directs the operation of nursing education and research department
Directs and manages nursing education and orientation activities
Coordinates and plans orientation (RN,NA,CA), continuing education (in-services, computer based modules, printed materials, CE credits), skills validation and professional development activities (Professional Ladder, GN Residency program, Specialty Certification, Leadership Development classes, Nursing Excellence in Practice) and mandatory educational requirements (e.g. BLS, Joint Commission, CMS).
Develops or assists with formulation of program goals and objectives
Develops, implements maintains, monitors and oversees the overall Magnet Recognition Program
Maintains relationship with Magnet Program Office, monitors list serve, and Magnet updates
Member of steering committee for the Michigan Magnet Coalition
Organizes and chairs Magnet Unit Champions Committee
Meets with and facilitates Magnet writing teams
Writes, edits and submits applications, interim monitoring reports and Magnet documents to the Magnet Program Office
Coordinates Magnet site visit
Develops or assists in development of related policy incorporating current nursing research and professionally recognized standards
Collaborates with peer group within Nursing Education and Research Department, hospital and enterprise
Evaluates staff
Prepares or assists in preparing of budget
Maintains contacts with individuals both within and outside of department who might impact on program activities
Makes rounds to determine quality of nursing care and ongoing educational needs
Develops productive work teams
Intervenes in crisis situations and investigates all unusual incidents
Protects human and civil rights of patients and/or clients and staff
Compiles data and prepares periodic reports
Leads and participates in strategic planning
Performs related duties as required
Meets regularly with direct reports, personnel, visible on unit(s). Collaborates and provides feedback in timely manner with other patient care departments. Interactions with patients/families and hospital staff. Exhibits behavior reflective of the hospital/department mission and standards.
Leads and directs performance improvement activities and patient outcome studies, collaboratively with other patient care departments. Serves as process improvement leader for patient safety and quality projects.
Monitors/evaluates compliance with The Joint commission/CMS standards. Initiates and supports activities to ensure compliance.
Other responsibilities ?
Performs other duties as assigned to meet the needs/objectives of the department; At all times, responsible for expectations related to behavior and performance and to meet the individual and departmental objectives established for People and Systems Quality and Safety, Service, Growth, Finance and Education and Research. Assures that consistent and concise lines of authority and responsibility are maintained. Participates in staff meetings and in-services, as well as quality and safety activities.
Assists department/unit managers with educational/professional development opportunities. Assists direct care nurses with BSN, MSN programs and opportunities. Mentors MSN students.
Minimum Job Qualifications:
Education: Master's Degree in Nursing required
Experience: Minimum 5 years' experience in education or clinical setting with advancing responsibilities
Licensure: Valid Michigan registered nurse license; Basic Life Support Instructor with BLS certification
Skills & Abilities: Strong interpersonal skills; ability to effectively teach to small and large groups; strong verbal and written communications skills to all levels and all disciplines; strong organizational skills; ability to plan, implement and execute education programs; working knowledge of The Joint Commission and CMS standards; analytical abilities for planning and direction of hospital performance improvement and clinical quality initiatives; ability to organization and execute large seminars/education offerings; strong leadership skills; ability to present information in an organized manner; problem solving skills; basic

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