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Description

The Nurse Anesthesia (NA) faculty provide program instruction incorporating innovative teaching methodologies, cutting-edge technologies and other industry trends reflecting advancements in the discipline. This is a 12-month Clinical Assistant/Associate Professor, non-tenure track position. Academic rank will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. The academic role is within the School of Nursing in the Oxley College of Health Sciences. This individual will work closely with the Nurse Anesthesia Program Director/faculty and will report directly to the Director of the School of Nursing with indirect reporting to the Dean of the Oxley College of Health Sciences.

1. Teaches courses in accordance with college and university expectations

2. Promotes an interdisciplinary approach to advanced practice nursing education and healthcare delivery within and outside of The University of Tulsa

3. Serves on University, Oxley College of Health Sciences, and departmental committees to which appointed or elected

4. Implements the graduate nursing program course of study following institutional learning outcomes and COA accreditation standards

5. Serves on DNP project teams and guides NA students with scholarly DNP projects

6. Fosters an environment of inquiry and scholarship with translation of new knowledge into practice and use of evidenced-based care

7. Participates in the annual admission process for the NA program

8. Acts as a liaison with the clinical affiliate health system, anesthesia group, and members of the medical staff in matters relating to nurse anesthesia learners credentialing, schedule, and performance

9. Holds conferences with nurse anesthesia learners regularly and at rotation completion to provide feedback regarding attainment of clinical objectives, assess clinical case logs, and determine clinical needs; guides, counsels, and advises students in their clinical progression
10. Serves as a member of the DNP Council

Required Qualifications

Graduate of an accredited school of nursing; graduate of an accredited graduate program for Nurse Anesthesia; a doctoral degree in nursing, nurse anesthesia, or related degree from an institution of higher education that was accredited by an agency officially recognized by the US Secretary of Education to accredit institutions at the time the degree was conferred; at least two years' experience in the clinical setting as a CRNA ; unencumbered current license to practice as a registered professional nurse and APRN - CRNA in Oklahoma compliant with state law or eligible; current certification or recertification by the NBCRNA ; effective interpersonal and leadership skills; Current knowledge of NA practice, clinical content knowledge, and related professional issues as demonstrated by: (a) current clinical practice (b) research in clinical area © education in the clinical area (d) use of evidence-based practice in instruction, in consultation with clinical experts as appropriate and (e) participation in continuous professional development program; knowledge of environmental issues (e.g. community and workforce needs, changes in financial and clinical resources, state and federal regulatory requirements, accreditation requirements, scope of practice, educational environments, healthcare reimbursement, technological advancements) that may influence the program and nurse anesthesia practice by engaging in professional development (e.g. attendance at professional meetings, active engagement in state and/or national professional associations, active participation on program and institutions' committees, and scholarly activities); a record of research, scholarship, or achievement appropriate for the position.

Preferred Qualifications

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS :

Graduate of an accredited school of nursing; graduate of an accredited graduate program for Nurse Anesthesia; a doctoral degree in nursing, nurse anesthesia, or related degree from an institution of higher education that was accredited by an agency officially recognized by the US Secretary of Education to accredit institutions at the time the degree was conferred; at least two years' experience in the clinical setting as a CRNA ; unencumbered current license to practice as a registered professional nurse and APRN - CRNA in Oklahoma compliant with state law or eligible; current certification or recertification by the NBCRNA ; effective interpersonal and leadership skills; Current knowledge of NA practice, clinical content knowledge, and related professional issues as demonstrated by: (a) current clinical practice (b) research in clinical area © education in the clinical area (d) use of evidence-based practice in instruction, in consultation with clinical experts as appropriate and (e) participation in continuous professional development program; knowledge of environmental issues (e.g. community and workforce needs, changes in financial and clinical resources, state and federal regulatory requirements, accreditation requirements, scope of practice, educational environments, healthcare reimbursement, technological advancements) that may influence the program and nurse anesthesia practice by engaging in professional development (e.g. attendance at professional meetings, active engagement in state and/or national professional associations, active participation on program and institutions' committees, and scholarly activities); a record of research, scholarship, or achievement appropriate for the position.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS :

Current knowledge of institutional and programmatic accreditation requirements for nurse anesthesia educational programs. 3 years' experience in administrative and didactic teaching activities.

Physical Demands

N/A

Posting Number
F019P

Open Date
11/23/2021

Close Date

Open Until Filled
Yes

Special Instructions to Applicants

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The University of Tulsa seeks to recruit and retain talented students, faculty and staff from diverse backgrounds. The University of Tulsa is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and encourages qualified candidates across all group demographics to apply. The University does not discriminate on the basis of personal status or group characteristic including, but not limited to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, age, sex, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, ancestry, or marital status. The University of Tulsa is an Equal Opportunity Employer including Disability/ Veteran.

Job Information

  • Job ID: 61151307
  • Location:
    Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States
  • Position Title: Clinical Assistant Professor of Nursing - Nurse Anesthesia Program
  • Company Name: The University of Tulsa
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