• Maintains knowledge of, and complies with, all relevant laws, regulations and policies, procedures and standards
• Actively participates in creating and implementing improvements to achieve clinical, satisfaction and/or efficiency outcomes
• Communicates effectively with patient/family, physicians, the interdependent team and other disciplines regarding the plan of care
• Identifies and documents learning needs of the patient and family and provides individualized education
• Actively participates in creating and implementing, improvements at the point of care to achieve clinical quality, patient experience, nursing engagement and efficiency and effectiveness outcomes
• Complies with regulatory requirements, patient safety requirements, infection control practices and other established practice standards, policies and procedures
• Participates in the development and achievement of unit goals (safety, cost, quality, patient experience, employee engagement)
• Coordinates the interdependent team while promoting collaborative teamwork and cooperation
RN skill needed: Labor and Delivery, Mother Baby and NICU. Will travel between 3 different hospitals in the Twin Cities Metro
Shift of work: 700-1930 & 1900-0730
FTE: .9 (three shifts a week)
• Collects and analyses pertinent data and/or clinical findings. Incorporates clinical findings and scientific evidence in the development, coordination and implementation of an individualized plan of care to achieve desired outcomes. Evaluates progress towards goals and outcomes identifying opportunities for improvement and change.
• Ability to use a computer and applications that are associated with performing basic work tasks (use a mouse, navigate in Windows, Outlook, etc).
• Evaluates and/or assists in the evaluation of practice in relation to existing evidence identifying opportunities for the generation and use of research
• Utilizes the nursing process to provide holistic, compassionate, safe, high quality, population based care.
• Demonstrates practices that support safety with recognition of variations in populations served, preventing harm to patients, families, employees, and themselves.
• Demonstrates behavior consistent with the standards, scope of practice, ethics, and characteristics of a licensed professional