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Nurse Clinician, Child/Adolescent Mental Health
Reference # 71643
Temporary Full Time (From July 9, 2018 to May 7, 2019)
Child Psychiatry Inpatient Unit
Wage $39.91 – 48.92 Hourly
Work Schedule Monday- Friday 0800-1600
4500 Oak St, Vancouver, BC V6H 3N1
The Child Psychiatry Inpatient Unit at BC Children's Hospital is a 10-bed unit which provides inpatient psychiatric services to children under the age of 12 from mainland BC and the Yukon. Children are generally admitted to the Child Psychiatry program through a planned admission.
The Nurse Clinician, Child/Adolescent Mental Health, plans and coordinates nursing practice activities such as patient assessment, patient and family teaching, health promotion and case management, and acts as an educational resource to the Mental Health Program to staff and the community in the defined area of clinical expertise (Child and Adolescent Mental Health) according to established policies, standards, procedures, and philosophy at Children’s & Women’s Health Centre of BC.
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