Clinical & Classroom Teaching Positions
Family or Pediatric Advanced Practice Nurses
Family or Pediatric Advanced Practice Nurses interested in a part-time clinical teaching opportunity at the junior level in the BSN/MSN program. This seven-week course is offered in October, November, March, and April and focuses on the nursing care of children with acute and chronic health problems and their families. Clinical teachers usually work 12 hours per week and most sections meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays, although other days or evenings may be negotiated. Previous work experience at CHOP preferred.
Psychiatric Mental Health Advanced Practice Nurses
Psychiatric Mental-Health Advanced Practice Nurses interested in a part-time clinical teaching opportunity at the senior level in the BSN/MSN program. This seven-week clinical course focuses on the application of theories and principles to persons with psychiatric disorders and their families. Student clinical experiences occur primarily in acute care settings with optional experiences in a variety of primary care, acute, and long-term care settings. In the fall semester (September-October) clinical teachers usually work 16 hours per week and most sections meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays, although other days or evenings may be negotiated.
Adult or Family Advance Practice Nurses
Adult or Family Advance Practice Nurses with primary care, home care, or general community health nursing experience interested in a part-time clinical teaching opportunity at the senior level in the BSN/MSN program. This seven-week clinical course focuses on the synthesis of community health nursing theory through provision of nursing care to clients in community settings. Implementation and evaluation of nursing care is emphasized for clients in the community with common functional and physiological problems. In the fall semester (November-December) clinical teachers usually work 16 hours per week and most sections meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays, although other days or evenings may be negotiated.
Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist
The University of Pennsylvania Nurse Anesthesia program invites applicants for a part time didactic teaching opportunity. We are seeking a motivated Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) doctorate preferred, who has demonstrated skills in nurse anesthesia education and clinical practice. Qualified applicants must have a minimum of two years of clinical experience; graduate preparation in the basic and clinical sciences relevant to nurse anesthesia practice; and prior classroom teaching experience preferred. Applicants must also have knowledge of CRNA practice and professional issues and must possess active recertification as a CRNA.
Responsibilities will include teaching in the nurse anesthesia program, curriculum development, scholarship and doctoral student advising. The most qualified applicant will have experience in teaching the basic sciences and anesthesia principles. The position also involves related duties such as bi-weekly faculty and student meetings on campus, project committee work, departmental duties, and continuing professional development. The position is a 10-hour per week, 14 weeks a semester, and 3 semesters per year.
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