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1 !! An Invitation to Apply: University of Missouri-St. Louis (UMSL) College of Nursing Family Health Nurse Practitioner Emphasis Area Coordinator THE SEARCH The University of Missouri-St. Louis (UMSL) College of Nursing invites applications, nominations and inquiries for the position of Family Nurse Practitioner Emphasis Area Coordinator/FNP Faculty Member. The Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) Emphasis Area Coordinator will be responsible for the day-to-day coordination of this specific NP Emphasis Area in the College of Nursing. The individual in this position will work with the DNP Program Director and Associate Dean for Academic Programs to ensure smooth functioning of the WHNP emphasis area. The NP faculty member will teach in the College of Nursing in areas of expertise, provide service to the College, University, community, and profession and contribute to the mission and strategic priorities of the College of Nursing. If the faculty member is on the tenure track, the position requires a program of funded research/scholarship. This is a twelve-month position This is a twelve-month position. The College of Nursing, with an enrollment of slightly over 1,000 students and 45 full-time faculty members, is part of a four-campus research-intensive land grant university system. The College offers nationally accredited baccalaureate, master s and DNP nursing programs with multiple options. The PhD in Nursing program offers both an accelerated post-bsn option and a post-msn option. RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE POSITION Overall faculty responsibilities: A. Participate in the ongoing development, implementation, evaluation, and enhancement of nursing academic programs: B. Serve the College of Nursing, University, community and profession. -! 1-

2 C. Contribute to the mission and strategic priorities of the College of Nursing and the University of Missouri-St. Louis. D. Collaborate effectively with other faculty and staff members both within the College of Nursing and throughout the University and community to develop interprofessional academic, clinical, and research opportunities. E. Engagement in clinical scholarship or research. FNP emphasis area coordinator responsibilities: F. Work collaboratively to ensure coordination of Instructional Activities in the DNP programs. 1. Collaborate with other DNP Emphasis Area Coordinators and the DNP Program Director to ensure coordination of courses, curricular matters, and strategies for meeting student needs. 2. Collaborate with all faculty teaching in DNP program to ensure quality in curriculum and effectiveness of student learning consistent with regulatory and accreditation requirements, and advanced nursing practice standards. 3. Maintain current knowledge of curricular and program credentialing requirements for the overall DNP Program as well as those pertaining to their respective emphasis area. 4. Work with DNP Program Director and Associate Dean to ensure that specific emphasis area meets the relevant credentialing standards. 5. Maintain current knowledge of emphasis area certification requirements to assure that emphasis area curriculum and clinical experiences are consistent with certification requirements. 6. Collaborate with Academic Advisor as needed to advise students enrolled emphasis area on plan of study. 7. Collaborate with Emphasis Area Coordinators and the Preceptor Coordinator to ensure that students are placed with quality preceptors that are prepared in the appropriate specific emphasis area. G. Participate in evaluation of DNP programs and compile reports related to DNP program. 1. Provide input for evaluations of faculty and adjunct faculty members teaching in specific emphasis area. 2. Assist in gathering and compiling emphasis area reports related to the DNP program. H. Participate in recruitment, selection, orientation and retention of DNP students. 1. Work with the DNP Program Director and Associate Dean, academic support services in the College, and those within the University to ensure admission of qualified students, retention of students, and optimal graduation. Qualifications Required: -! 2-

3 1. A graduate degree in nursing; doctorate in nursing or a related field- doctoral candidates will be considered, and Missouri RN Licensure without a disciplinary record. 2. National Board certification and recognition by the Missouri State Board of Nursing as an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) for coordinator of advanced practice emphasis areas. 3. Four or more years of experience as a registered professional nurse. 4. Evidence of successful classroom and clinical teaching experience in an accredited nursing program. 5. Effective interpersonal skills and cultural competence. 6. Ability to work with a diverse group of students and colleagues. 7. Ability to work independently and within teams. Preferred: 1. Experience with instructional media and technology. 2. Experience supervising personnel. 3. Strong leadership skills. 4. Excellent organizational skills. TO APPLY: The executive search firm The Hollander Group has been retained by the University of Missouri- St. Louis (UMSL) to assist in this recruitment. Applications, comprising cover letter and curriculum vitae, as well as nominations and inquiries, should be submitted electronically to Review will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. For full consideration, interested persons are encouraged to apply early. Requests for further information should be directed to: Clifford R. Hollander, PhD, or Sharon M. Flynn Hollander, MSN, MBA Phone: UMSL is an equal access, equal opportunity, affirmative action employer that is fully committed to achieving a diverse faculty and staff. Equal Opportunity is and shall be provided for all employees and applicants for employment on the basis of their demonstrated ability and competence without unlawful discrimination on the basis of their race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, genetic information, disability, or protected veteran status. -! 3-

4 THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI--ST. LOUIS (UMSL) Overview With nearly 17,000 students, UMSL is the largest public research university in eastern Missouri. It provides excellent learning experiences and leadership opportunities to a diverse student body whose influence on the region upon graduation is immense. UMSL is spread across 470 acres in suburban St. Louis County. It has a mix of modern and historic academic buildings as well as a variety of student residence halls, condominiums and apartments. It s the perfect setting for students to gain unique insights from outstanding faculty and work experience from internships at companies and organizations found only in this worldclass metropolitan region. UMSL graduates can be found in all 50 states and 63 countries. But their greatest impact is felt right here in St. Louis. More than 65,000 UMSL alumni call the St. Louis home. UMSL is situated in metropolitan St. Louis, an area rich in cultural diversity and cultural activities. UMSL is located conveniently to St. Louis Lambert International Airport and the campus has two on-campus MetroLink stops. The UMSL campus has a comfortable suburban feel. The University has partnerships with local commercial organizations, including ExpressScripts, the largest provider of prescription mail services in the U.S. and is a Carnegiedesigned University recognized for its extensive community outreach and collaborative partnerships. The University is culturally and ethnically diverse. Almost 60% of the students are women and 32% are from minority groups. In addition to its national and international academic programs, UMSL hosts international students and visiting scholars from all regions of the world. COLLEGE OF NURSING 1 History Founded in 1981, the College of Nursing (College) is one of eight academic colleges and schools at UMSL. The College s first-degree program was the RN to BSN post-licensure program. This program was expanded to comprise a total of four BSN options (see below for details). The College has a long history of excellence in teaching, research, and service, and in collaborative relationships with both schools of nursing in the UM system and with clinical and community health agencies in the St. Louis metropolitan area. In 1993, the University received independent 1 More information about the College is available at: -! 4-

5 degree granting authority for the Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) degree program. The MSN degree programs educate nurse practitioners and nurse educators. The PhD program began in 1994 and prepares nurse scientists to be outstanding researchers and scholars. In 2008, the College initiated a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program that prepares translational investigators. The DNP program was funded, in part, by an Advanced Nurse Education Training Grant from the Bureau of Health Professions, Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). Clinical Facilities The College is located on the south campus of the University and includes two physical structures, the Nursing Administration Building and Seton Hall. The need for nurses has led to growth of all the programs in the College, and this growth has, in turn, resulted in a need for expansion of the College s physical facilities. Seton Hall contains classrooms, student study and recreational areas, four nursing simulation and skills laboratories, and additional faculty offices. The three main classrooms in Seton Hall are equipped with full computer access (SMART technology). The Nursing Simulation/Skills Center provides two nursing simulation and skills labs and two health assessment labs that provide students with multiple learning environments. An eight room simulated clinic setting is designed for the learning experiences of the nurse practitioner students. The College has adequate physical space; and more importantly it has adequate resources to support online technologies. The College capitalizes on the robust number of health care facilities in St. Louis, maintaining over 100 active clinical contracts for student placements, including primary care sites, acute and rehabilitation hospitals, community mental health sites, community health clinics, and immunization clinics. The College s programs benefit enormously from strategic partnerships with other academic units at UMSL, medical centers and myriad institutions, companies and community agencies in the metropolitan area. Research Facilities In Seton Hall and in the Nursing Administration building, there are dedicated research work areas containing large tables, work areas, computers and printers, and rooms to house graduate research assistants (GRAs). Statistical software (i.e., SPSS) is provided by the University IT department. Assistance with proposal development and post-award services are provided through the College of Nursing research office. Consultants, editors and statisticians are provided for researchers, as needed. Budgetary assistance during grant writing is provided by the Office of Research Administration at UMSL using budget template software. Development of grant budgets is made possible by the Office of Research Administration at UMSL using budget template software. The College has a faculty member who is the Nursing IRB representative to the central campus Office of Research Administration IRB committee. The Office of Research is responsible for all grant compliance standards. Through the Office of Research on campus, faculty members join Community of Science (COS). -! 5-

6 Academic Programs The College has CCNE accredited baccalaureate, masters and doctoral nursing programs. The BSN programs are a traditional pre-licensure program, a traditional part-time (evening/weekend) pre-licensure program, an accelerated pre-licensure program, and an RN to BSN post-licensure programs. The PhD program has post-bsn and post-msn options. The Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program has both BSN-DNP and MSN-DNP options. The BSN-DNP option includes seven tracks, six nurse practitioner tracks and a leadership in population health track. The College s academic programs have been continuously accredited since In 2016, the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) granted continuing accreditation of the BSN, MSN, and DNP programs for ten years until The pre-licensure BSN option is fully approved by the Missouri State Board of Nursing through The pediatric nurse practitioner emphasis area is recognized by the Pediatric Nursing Certification Board. Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program The Bachelor Science in Nursing (BSN) program contains four options: the traditional prelicensure option, the traditional part-time (evening/weekend) pre-licensure option, the accelerated pre-licensure option, and the RN to BSN post-licensure option. The baccalaureate program provides the education that is a foundation for professional nursing practice. These options focus upon improving health care outcomes nationwide by emphasizing nursing art and science through evidence-based practice. A total of approximately 800 students are enrolled in the various BSN program options. The traditional pre-licensure BSN option is for students who begin their studies as freshmen or as transfer students. The traditional part-time option allows for students to complete all clinical coursework over 3.5 years. The pre-licensure options have the capacity to enroll 424 students. The accelerated pre-licensure BSN option is available for students coming in with a baccalaureate degree in another field, and was added in 2000 in an attempt to address the nursing shortage. The accelerated pre-licensure BSN option has approximately 48 students enrolled in this program option. Graduates of each option are prepared to meet the expected student learning outcomes for the BSN program and eligible to take the NCLEX-RN licensure exam. The range of NCLEX-RN first-time pass rates for pre-licensure graduates averages between 85% and 100%. The RN to BSN post-licensure option is designed for registered nurses with diplomas or associate degrees who wish to earn a BSN. It is configured and offered to afford maximum flexibility for the working registered nurse allowing students to complete the program on a parttime basis. Courses may be completed online, on campus, at area community colleges, or at -! 6-

7 hospital satellite sites located in the St. Louis metropolitan area. The RN to BSN post-licensure track currently enrolls 100 students via on-campus, outreach and online delivery. Doctoral Programs (PhD and DNP) The College s doctoral programs focus on preparation either for original research (PhD) or for evidence-based and data based improved practice outcomes (Doctor of Nursing Practice, DNP). The PhD program is designed to prepare graduates to: (a) serve as leaders in nursing and health care; (b) function as nurse scientists to advance the science of nursing practice and contribute to interdisciplinary knowledge; (c) demonstrate advanced knowledge, values and skills in a selected functional role; and (d) use theory, research knowledge and methods to implement and evaluate practice interventions, health systems and clinical teaching. Courses in nursing science and theory, research and statistics and cognates are required. Under supervision of faculty students complete dissertation research under supervision that produces new nursing knowledge. Students may select additional courses in order to prepare for faculty or administrative positions during or after completion of the program. The PhD program is guided by the Indicators of Quality in Research-Focused Doctoral Programs in Nursing (AACN, 2001). The College has developed shared PhD courses with University of Missouri and University of Missouri-Kansas City, so that PhD students at all three campuses can have access to a wider array of advanced theory, methods, and statistics courses. The DNP program is designed to prepare graduates to: (a) generate integrated clinical and translational strategies to improve health care delivery and health outcomes in the region and in complex clinical environments; (b) use clinical scholarship and analytical methods in collaboration with multiple disciplines to shape healthcare delivery and policy; and (c) lead the health care community by providing excellence in advanced clinical nursing practice. The focus of the DNP program is preparation for the highest level of leadership in clinical nursing in order to improve quality of health care for individuals and populations through advanced nursing practice and through improving systems of care. The curriculum is based on The EssenEals of Doctoral EducaEon for Advanced Nursing PracEce (AACN, 2006). Courses are designed to support nursing science, clinical scholarship, leadership and a specialty area. Concepts woven throughout the courses include methodologies for translating research into practice, using culturally competent leadership techniques with diverse and underserved populations, advanced nursing science and clinical scholarship, clinical prevention, advanced nursing practice and clinical decision making, understanding organizational systems and change, and policy development. The MSN-DNP program is available for nurses who have obtained an accredited MSN degree. UMSL offers seven separate concentrations within the BSN-DNP program: -! 7-

8 Adult/Geriatric Nurse Practitioner Family Nurse Practitioner Pediatric Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Pediatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Women's Health Nurse Practitioner Leadership in Population Health Faculty Profile The nursing faculty currently includes the following positions: nine full-time tenured faculty members (including the Dean), one tenure-track faculty, 35 full-time non-tenure track faculty, and 30 adjunct faculty members The College currently has two endowed professorships. Twentyone full-time faculty hold doctorates and nine are currently enrolled in doctoral programs. In addition to a roster of nurse scholars, the College also includes clinical preceptors. They are intended to serve as role models, mentors, and supervisors for the BSN and DNP programs. They are expected to fulfill the duties and responsibilities defined by the College and their employer and provide written and verbal information about students to course faculty. Each appropriate course is expected to limit the preceptor: student ratio to 1:2. DNP preceptors include numerous certified advanced practice nurses in adult, geriatric, family, pediatric, psych-mental health and women's health nursing. Staff Profile The Office of Student Services includes four full-time academic advisors and a retention coordinator who support students in all programs to ensure that program requirements are fulfilled and the students educational plans are as efficient as possible. The College recognizes the importance of consistent student advising to ensure a smooth progression into and through the curricula. The College s technology office, comprised of a software support expert and two student technical assistants, provides technological support to faculty, staff, and students in the areas of computer training, computer help and AV equipment use. Additionally, the College employs support staff who perform accounting and fiscal, secretarial and grant management duties. Student Profile The College enrolls over 1,100 diverse students in the baccalaureate, masters and doctoral nursing degree programs. -! 8-

9 Program Area Fall 2016 Headcount Pre-clinical Undergraduate 263 Clinical Undergraduate 455 RN to BSN 84 Masters 112* PhD 26 DNP 79 Total 1,019 *As of Fall of 2016, UMSL is no longer accepting students into the masters degree program. All advanced practice nursing options are now available in the DNP program. Family Nurse Practitioner Program these numbers are included above Masters 40 DNP 23 Total 63 Note: Approximately 30 FNP students are admitted annually Research Active researchers at the College have programs of research in the areas of: (a) outcomes management; (b) disaster and emergency preparedness; (c) promoting and maintaining health in African American men and their children; (d) exercise and diet (wellness) in adults at risk for cardiovascular disease or with chronic illness; (e) pre-conception health and the risks and benefits of weight loss in overweight and obese pregnant women; (f) addictions and dependency (g) HIV and STI prevention and behavior change (h) nursing workplace environments; (i) Chinese family care giving with an emphasis in gerontology; (j) interventions for premature infants; and (k) needs assessments and educational programs for a variety of populations including in school age children for the prevention of methamphetamine use. Research faculty publish, are guest editors for journals, and serve on NIH study sections. They are recognized nationally in the areas of psych mental health, philosophical hermeneutics, cardio-vascular health disaster and emergency preparedness and evidence based nursing interventions. -! 9-

10 The Dean of the College funds students to present their student posters at the at the annual Midwest Nursing Research Society (MNRS) conference. The Nu Chi chapter of Sigma Theta Tau is another source of small grants for research. The UMSL Office of Research Administration holds grant competitions and research funding is also available through the University of Missouri System Research Board. Faculty and doctoral students are affiliated with the Washington University Center for Translational Research. -! 10-

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