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1 Health Education Intern Opportunities UF Health Shands Hospital Department of Nursing and Patient Services Primary Contacts: Jean Bulmer, DNP, Administrative Director Nursing Education Maureen LaTour, MSN,RN, CNL-BC, Education Specialist Updated: January, 2017 UF Health Shands Hospital Department of Nursing and Patient Services Why work with us? Opportunities in diverse areas of health care Work with nurses and other healthcare professionals Collaboration between areas within Dept. of Nursing Knowledge and sharing of projects Preceptors interconnected Over twenty internship sites 1

2 UF Health Shands Hospital Department of Nursing and Patient Services Why work with us? History of successful and mutually beneficial sites for HEB interns Creativity and innovative opportunities Flexibility with projects Build on work of previous HEB interns Part-time interns welcome for most sites UF Health Intern Requirements NOTE: Each UF Health supervisor may supervise one or two interns per semester (one to two interns max per area/unit/specialty). Example: 1-2 interns for Mother baby/lactation 1-2 interns for Pediatric areas 1-2 interns for Trauma REMEMBER---There are MANY placements available. 2

3 (PICC = Peripherally Inserted Central Catheters for IV therapy) Contact person: Site #1: PICC Team Joanne Moy, BSN,RN, VA-BC Please Joanne to arrange an interview Site #1: PICC Team (PICC = Peripherally Inserted Central Catheters for IV therapy) Update patient education materials; Encourage use of EMMI Update staff education materials, including development of newsletters Track patients who received PICC lines (for possible complications and trials of new products) Survey patients and staff on satisfaction with PICC program to make improvements Research for funds for equipment 3

4 Site #2: Pediatric & Adult Heart Lung Transplant Contact person: Chad Rhoden, MSN, ARNP-BC Phone Number: Site #2: Pediatric & Adult Heart Lung Transplant Projects may include: Revise parent teaching manuals for Pre/Post Heart Transplant and Pre/Post Lung Transplant. Complete revision of Program Website. Assist with education of families before and after transplant. Identify and develop new learning methodologies for patients (children). 4

5 Site #3 Lung Transplant Contact person: Chad Rhoden MSN, ARNP-BC Adult Lung Transplant Program Manager Phone Number: Site #3: Lung Transplant Revise education pre-transplant handbook and evaluation packet. Assist with education of patients before and after transplant. Along with the site supervisor, see patients in Pulmonary Function Lab before bronchoscopies & in clinic for weekly visits. Assist with data input (obtaining outpatient labs, updating patient charts with clinical information, etc.). 5

6 Contact person: Site #4: Kidney/Pancreas Transplant Program Sandy De Masters, Transplant Coordinator Phone Number: Site #4: Kidney/Pancreas Transplant Program Facilitate production of audiotaped patient/family educational materials for visually impaired or illiterate patients. Gather information on pancreas transplantation and assist in developing patient/family educational materials. Assist in the development of various patient/family educational materials for adult and pediatric kidney & pancreas patients, as well as live kidney donors. Coordinate drafts of materials with publication companies. Assist in website development. 6

7 Site #5: Nursing Quality Improvement & Research Elaine Delvo, DNP, MSN, Administrative Director, Nursing Quality Phone Number: (352) Jeannette Green, PhD, RN, Administrative Director, Nursing Research Site #5: Nursing Quality Improvement & Research Develop creative approaches to education of staff, students, and physicians about safety and avoidance of medical errors. Conduct mock JCAHO/Magnet unit surveys with staff to identify issues and provide real-time education to staff members. Develop educational materials, or staff presentations for staff and patients related to other identified quality initiatives (restraint use; falls; pain; medication error reduction, etc.). 7

8 Site #5: Nursing Quality Improvement & Research Develop patient/family education related to patient safety for targeted populations/topics. Assist with data collection and analyses to determine outcomes achieved through the Department of Nursing Quality Initiatives (wrong patient errors; pain treatment options; fall risk reduction; reduction of medication errors; pressure ulcer prevention; ventilator associated pneumonia). Site #6: Nursing Education Contact persons: Jean Bulmer, DNP, RN, RN-BC, Administrative Director, Nursing Education and Staff Development Phone Number: (352) Maureen LaTour, MSN, RN, CNL-BC, Pediatric/PALS/PEARS and General Education Phone Number: (352)

9 Site #6: Nursing Education Assist with development of education programs in PowerPoint for conversion to online electronic education programs. Assist with development of educational programs such as Charge Nurse, Mentoring and Preceptor Courses. Conduct literature searches to support development of modules offered through Nursing Education Web page. Develop continuing education programs in leadership, communication, use of computer programs, and other topics as requested by nursing staff and management. Assist with online education for nursing staff. Site #6: Nursing Education Assist with evaluation of patient education materials. Assist with development of patient education materials. Assist with monthly online education for nursing staff. Assist with evaluation of patient education materials. Assist with development of staff education materials. Assist education specialists with program development for courses in : Medical Surgical Nursing, Pediatrics, Critical Care, Mother- Baby, Trauma 9

10 Site #6: Nursing Education Diane McDavid- Medical Surgical/Palliative Care/Lactation Robert Catlow- Adult ICU/ACLS/OR, Mentor program Donald Norstrand (MSN,RN,CCRN)- Adult ICU and Dialysis, Precept Site #6: Nursing Education Kim Mueller- Adult ICU/ ACLS/Night shift Akela Robinson- Med/Surg/Mentor, Nursing Education Department 10

11 Site #7: Women s Health, Lactation Education, & Childbirth Contact person for Lactation and Mother Baby Unit: Sarah McDavid and Jennifer Pruitt, Lactation Consultants, Mother/Baby Unit s: Site #7: Women s Health, Lactation Education, & Childbirth Contact person for Labor & Delivery Unit: Janice MacKenzie, MSN, RN Nurse Manager, L&D 11

12 Site #7: Women s Health, Lactation Education, & Childbirth Interview breastfeeding mothers and/or administer postpartum questionnaire Attend breast-feeding consultations Work with breast pumps and assist staff and patients with their use Complete literature searches as needed Assist with special projects Assist with staff education Site #7: Women s Health, Lactation Education, & Childbirth Assist with classes (and projects): Childbirth Sibling Breastfeeding Registration for classes Answering phones Mail-outs Weekly phone calls 12

13 Site #8: Burn Intensive Care Unit Contact person: Janet Popp, MSN, RN, Nurse Manager, Burn Intensive Care Unit Phone Number: (352) ext Site #8: Burn Intensive Care Unit Develop/revise unit specific patient/family educational materials: Burns and other wounds Pre-hospitalization, hospitalization, and post-hospitalization Diagnostic tests, treatments, surgical procedures, rehab and self care activities Participation/development of staff in-service training Attendance/participation in health fairs 13

14 Site #9: Computer-Based Systems Contact person/director: Cassie Marceau, MSN, RN, Nursing Information Systems Phone Number: (352) ext Site #9: Computer-Based Systems Assist with the implementation of EPIC and other information systems. Assist with development of computer programs for nurses. Present changes to Nursing staff Assist with computer education of Nursing staff 14

15 Site #10: Clinical Specialists Peggy Guin, PhD, ARNP, CNS-BC, CNRN, Clinical Nurse Specialist Jamie Thomas, MSN, RN, Clinical Specialist, Med/Surg Site #10: Nurse Specialists Angela Larson, PhD, MSN, RN, Intensive Care Candace Rouse, DnP, RN, Women s Health 15

16 Site #10: Nurse Specialists Participation in patient/family educational process through developing, revising, obtaining patient/family educational materials, conducting surveys and interviews, and evaluating outcomes. Participation in data collection, data entry, and literature searches to support quality improvement and research projects. Assist with regulatory requirements for the health science center. Site #10: Nurse Specialists Assist with the development of projects to help resolve complex patient care issues (pain, end-of-life, suicide, safety, co-morbidities, IV access, wound care, care of the elderly) Participate in multidisciplinary groups to problem solve issues that impact patient care. 16

17 Site #11: Lab Continuing Education Program Contact person: Abby J Estilong, BSMT (ASCP), Laboratory Continuing Education Chairperson Phone Number: (352) x Site #11: Lab Continuing Education Program Assist with development of lab education programs Assist with development of Point of Care lab tests and instruction modules Participate in and/or assist with development of staff in-service training materials Create/Assist with website updates/developments for lab program 17

18 Site #12: Vice President, Nursing Services and Patient Services: UF Health Please Contact Irene s secretary FIRST: Brenda Breithaupt, Executive Assistant at: Phone Number: Irene Alexaitis, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, Vice President of Nursing and Patient Services Site #12: Vice President, Nursing Services and Patient Services: UF Health Assist with development of educational materials related to regulatory and accreditation details of UF Health Nursing department Assist with regulatory compliance within nursing department Participate in data entry 18

19 Site #13: Diabetes Program- Inpatient Contact Person: Courtney Puentes, BSN, RN, Diabetes Nurse Clinician Site #13: Diabetes Program- Inpatient Assist inpatient diabetes educator in teaching (includes handout, pictures, booklets and videos) diabetes self management skills to patients and families. Topics may include: Basic nutrition and blood sugar target ranges Short & long term complications Sick days Skin/foot care Exercise 19

20 Site #14: Nursing Education- Pediatrics Contact persons: Maureen LaTour, MSN, RN, CNL-BC, Pediatric Education Specialist Phone Number: , ext: (Fulltime interns only) Site #14: UF Health Children s Hospital Jodi Mullen, MSN, RN Nurse Manager, PICU UF Health Children s Hospital ( only) Internship not available for Summer 2017 interns; accepting Fall 2017 interns. 20

21 Site #14: UF Health Children s Hospital Marie Kasprow, MSN, RN, Nurse Manager, 44 Peds UF Health Shands Children's Hospital shands.ufl.edu Jean Brian, BSN, RN, Clinical leader, 45 Peds Site #14: UF Health Children s Hospital Contact persons: Ozzie Hunter, MSN, RN-BC, Nurse Manager, 42 Peds Josh Campbell, BSN, RN, Nurse Manager PCICU 21

22 Site #14: UF Health Children s Hospital Assist with/provide support for the following programs (full-time interns only): Bereavement Program Diversionary Activities Program Family Centered Care Program Outcomes Focused Care Child life Site #14 UF Health Children s Hospital Programs Continued: Pediatric Patient Safety Program Research for pediatric process improvement Pediatric Nursing courses Nursing Orientation and ongoing education 22

23 Site #15: Trauma Unit Contact person: Colleen Counsell, MSN, RN, Nurse Manager, Trauma Unit Phone Number: (352) Site #15: Trauma Unit Assist with developing patient/family educational materials for the adult trauma population; evaluation after implementation. Survey of RN needs for materials. 23

24 Site #16: Unit 11-5 Neurosciences Contact Person: Justine Abram, MSN, RN, Nurse Manager Site #16: Unit 11-5 Neurosciences Participation in patient/family educational process through developing, revising, obtaining patient/family educational materials, conducting surveys and interviews, and evaluating outcomes Participation/Development of staff education materials, inservices, and seminars 24

25 Site #16: Unit 11-5 Neurosciences Participation in data collection, data entry and literature searches to support quality improvement and research projects. Participation/Development in projects to facilitate resolution of complex patient care issues, e.g. pain, safety. Participates in multidisciplinary groups to look at problem solving for issues that impact patient care. Site #17: Stroke Program Tiffany Sheehan, BSN, RN, Stroke Program Coordinator Nicole Davis, BSN, RN, Stroke Program Coordinator 25

26 Site #17: Stroke Program Research for staff in-services Poster presentations Development of staff education Data collection and entry Community outreach education Conference planning Site #17: Stroke Program Assist with Stroke website development Data analysis for achieved outcomes Participation in CVA Core Committee for problemsolving patient care issues 26

27 Site #18: Neonatal ICU Contact Person Beth Talaga, MSN, RN, NICU Nurse Manager Phone Number: Site #18: Neonatal ICU Assist in developing presentations and bulletin boards for staff education. Literature searches for quality improvement projects. Assist with some data collection for quality monitoring and research projects. Help organize staff inservices and continuing education. 27

28 Site #18: Neonatal ICU Rounding with parents to help determine educational needs. Help develop unit based education for parents. Help develop unit specific Unit Clerk education. Assist with Breast milk storage documentation. Site # 19: Skin and Wound team Contact: Jennifer Bart, RN,CWON Member, Wound and Skin Team Phone:

29 Site #20: Trauma Program coordinator Donna L. York, MSN, RN, Trauma Program Manager Office Number: Site #20: Trauma Program coordinator UF Health Ed Interns will: Assist with regulatory compliance for trauma services Assist with development of educational programs related to trauma program 29

30 Site #21 CICU--- Surgical Cardiac Intensive Care Unit Interns will assist the unit management team with regulatory compliance within the CICU Contact: Wendy Edmonds, MSN, RN; Nurse Manager Additional Internship Opportunities MANY other UF Health Internships may be available in the following Nursing/Operation areas: Medical Surgical units Intensive care units Operation areas Contact Maureen LaTour, MSN, RN,CNL for further information at 30

31 Mandatory Requirements: What do we need? See next two slides NOTE: ALL of these mandatory requirements MUST be submitted to Dr. Moses by the last day of (HSC4800) class! 31

32 Additional Requirements Assurance of confidentiality of patient information Excellent interpersonal skills, professional behavior Good computer skills (Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, etc.) Excellent organizational skills Ability to work independently, yet seek direction when appropriate Creativity and innovation 32

33 Contact UF Health staff member identified for the internship you are interested in by AND Intern at UF Health Shands for a GREAT internship experience! 33

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