Our Critical Care specialty includes intensive care unit and step down unit, both of which are notable for their team-oriented culture and commitment to patient safety. Nurses on these units are empowered to make patient care decisions, engage in the Nurse Practice Council and self-schedule for optimal coverage.
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Work Hours/Shift: Full Time, 40 hours per week
You Will Be Responsible For:
Establishes an effective learning environment through facilitated learning methods:
Fosters active learning nursing tasks by supporting nurses to take responsibility for their growth
Demonstrates use of assessment with open ended questions promoting discovery and inquiry leading to a higher level of knowledge and thinking
Identifies new learning experiences by building on actual events through self-reflection and debriefing and feedback from unit educator/leadership team.
Establishes group learning experiences: storytelling, analysis of actions, researching EBP alternatives and group sharing in a safe learning environment
Uses evaluation and feedback to promote the next stage of growth.
Develops goal-oriented plans and timelines for each nurse based on performance, knowledge/skills assessment, observation, and feedback from unit educator/leadership team:
Provides concurrent evaluations to student, educator, and leadership team.
Develops and communicates adjustment of plans based on assessment
Celebrates accomplishments and track progress for milestones of next level of growth.
Adjusts plan based on gaps identified.
Provides feedback using a variety of facilitation skills including:
Actively involves the nurse in assessment and feedback
Uses questions to provide opportunities for critical reflection and critical thinking
Documents feedback process and integrates changes in learning plan.
Collaborates with the unit leadership team, educator, and physician team to identify nurses as a part of the growth program (once completed initial orientation program).
Communicate activities, goals, progress, challenges concurrently with leadership team.
Communicate learning needs (patient assignments, skill gaps) to unit operations leaders
Actively involves unit leaders/education in briefing and debriefing of clinical scenarios with the student
Provides progress reports weekly
Provides feedback and progress reports to nurse, educator, and leadership team to ensure goals are made toward advancing skills, knowledge, and competency
Integrates documentation requirements as a required competency:
Completes documentation audits including feedback and facilitates active remediation to correct gaps.
Include regulatory and clinical outcome focus as a part of the documentation review.
Demonstrates EBP to maintain clinical competence including all educational offerings, CBL’s and annual certifications to set the example and to ensure that knowledge and practice is current.
Demonstrates components of genuine investment in the individual’s growth and development including components of trust, respect, to guide nurses the active and facilitated learning process.
What Will You Need:
Education and Experience Required
Bachelor of Science (BSN) or Master of Science (MSN) Degree
3 years of clinical experience in specialty unit
Education and Experience Preferred
Master of Science degree
Prior experience as an instructor/educator
Previous experience as a teacher in formal/informal settings
Experience in specialty area applying for
Licensure, Certification, or Registration Required
Current valid State of Florida or multistate license as a Registered Nurse
Basic Life Support (BLS) certification
ACLS certification, per specialty
Licensure, Certification, or Registration Preferred
CCRN, NPD (Nursing Professional Development) or similar advanced specialty clinical or education certification based on clinical area
The Clinical Nurse Education Facilitator (CNEF) is an expert clinician, highly skilled in nursing practice that will be responsible for fostering a collaborative learning relationship with nurses to build depth of practice from advanced beginner levels to expert clinicians; promoting self-direction, critical thinking, critical reflection, and life-long learning to adapt quickly to changing clinical environments and escalating patient care needs. The CNEF will use a student-centered approach, built on the foundation of trust and respect to promote transformation of skill and knowledge into a continuum of clinical growth.
The action of facilitation is not merely coordination or provision of resources or efforts to make things easier; rather it is a goal-oriented dynamic process in which the CNEF and student/participant work together in an atmosphere of mutual respect to learn through critical reflection and critical thinking. Facilitation is a complex, multifaceted process of dissemination of knowledge and enabling the implementation of evidence into practice.
The CNEF will spend most of their time within clinical areas working alongside the nurses teaching direct patient skills, linking theory with practice and decision making. The CNEF is actively involved in the professional development for nursing staff including the identification and development of strategies to facilitate a continuous process of lifelong learning, role transition, role integration, skill acquisition and mastery as learners advance from advanced beginner to expert. The CNF will work collaboratively with the unit leadership team, educator, and physician team to expand nursing staff’s basic skills, theory, and practice to support the complex patient needs.
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