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Northern Health
Jul 17, 2024
Full time
Do you have a passion for nursing? Do you want to extend your nursing knowledge? We have a training opportunity that may interest you! We are seeking a motivated Licensed Practical Nurse with a dedication for delivering compassionate patient care to join our team in the Emergency department at Fort Nelson General Hospital. Working within an interdisciplinary clinical framework in accordance with the British Columbia College of Nurses and Midwives (BCCNM) Standards of Practice for a Licensed Practical Nurse and consistent with the mission, vision and values and established protocols of Northern Health, the LPN works closely with the care team in direct care activities such as assessing. Planning, implementing, evaluating interventions, and coordinating health services for the Emergency Department patients. Participates in discharge and/or care planning, functions as a patient advocate, and teaches patients and their families about illness/injury and overall health promotion and wellness. Enhances quality of life from the perspective of the patient/family. Establishes, maintains, and enhances therapeutic relationships based on respect. Under a team-based model, provides care to patients across the lifespan, and their families, based on stable and/or predictable states of health by initiating and following established plans of care. Recognizes and responds to unexpected patient outcomes by communicating and collaborating with other members of the healthcare team. Documents care provided and response to incidents in accordance with established policies, procedures, and Emergency Department expectations. Consults, confers, and collaborates with other health care providers as needed. Northern Health In-House Emergency Training Program Details Regional Emergency Department Education Program (REDEP) The Northern Health Regional Emergency Department Education Program (REDEP)   utilizes a standardized, evidence informed on-line curriculum offered by Elsevier, called Emergency Nursing Orientation (ENO). REDEP combines Elsevier's ENO online curriculum with a skills/simulation lab and clinical practicum to prepare registered nurses to provide safe and competent emergency nursing care, at a novice level. Preparation will be accomplished by: Introducing the basic topics, concepts, and practice guidelines that are fundamental to emergency nursing. Developing the specialized skills, knowledge, attitudes, and judgement required to provide safe, competent, and individualized care to the emergency patient. Promoting professionalism in emergency nursing. There are 2 training positions available for 2024/2025 Northern Health provides placement support and funding for tuition, textbooks, and travel expenses for clinical placements, as required Successful candidates may be required complete pre-requisite courses through part-time distance education, on their own time, prior to assuming this position Learners should expect to make a 4 month commitment for this education, which includes online and in-person learning Additional study time, outside of scheduled hours, may be required to successfully complete the program Flexibility for practicums is necessary Prior experience on an acute care ward (i.e. medical/surgical) preferred Current BLS certification within a year is mandatory prior to the skills/simulation Preference for participants who have completed an electrocardiogram (ECG) course prior to beginning REDEP. (If needed participants can complete an Elsevier ECG module during theory) Applicants must successfully complete the education program prior to working in the department Upon successful completion of the education program, Northern Health requires an eighteen (18) month return of service in a regular position in the area of nursing applicable to the education program. Qualified applicants will be considered first for specialty positions. If there are no qualified applicants, training lines will be awarded to unqualified applicants and training will be provided. Please indicate the site you are applying for on your cover letter. Shift Rotation/Hours of work :   Days - 08:00 to 16:00 Fort Nelson General Hospital  is an important health centre for the north. The hospital houses 25 Acute Care beds and 8 Long-term beds. Services include: Lab and X-ray facilities Community Counselling Services Minor Surgery Physiotherapy Massage Therapy Regular visitation from a pediatrician Fort Nelson   is located in the northernmost reaches of the Rocky Mountains, has magnificent scenery and landscapes. The main industries are forestry, natural gas, transportation and tourism. The population is approximately 3,370. There are now three elementary schools and one secondary school. Fort Nelson is a charming and friendly community with genuine personality. The importance of the Alaska Highway is immediately evident and the town itself is built around the highway, with the museum, gas stations, shopping, Check out   Fort Nelson   for more information for those who want a slower pace lifestyle. What Northern Health has to offer you! Comprehensive benefit packages including extended health/dental and a municipal pension plan for part-time and full-time employees. Casuals have the option of paying for benefits. Four weeks vacation with one year of continuous service Financial Support for Moving Expenses is available for eligible positions Employee referral program Employer-paid training and leadership development opportunities Spectacular outdoor activities and the shortest commutes in BC “Loan Forgiveness Programs” are offered through the Federal and BC Government for eligible professions. Qualifications Graduation from a recognized program for Practical Nurses and one (1) year recent experience working in a related area of care. Current practicing registration as a Licensed Practical Nurse with the British Columbia College of Nurses and Midwives (BCCNM).
Northern Health
Jul 17, 2024
Full time
Do you have a passion for nursing? Do you want to extend your nursing knowledge? We have a training opportunity that may interest you! We are seeking a motivated Licensed Practical Nurse with a dedication for delivering compassionate patient care to join our team in the Emergency department at Dawson Creek & District Hospital. Working within an interdisciplinary clinical framework in accordance with the British Columbia College of Nurses and Midwives (BCCNM) Standards of Practice for a Licensed Practical Nurse and consistent with the mission, vision and values and established protocols of Northern Health, the LPN works closely with the care team in direct care activities such as assessing. Planning, implementing, evaluating interventions, and coordinating health services for the Emergency Department patients. Participates in discharge and/or care planning, functions as a patient advocate, and teaches patients and their families about illness/injury and overall health promotion and wellness. Enhances quality of life from the perspective of the patient/family. Establishes, maintains, and enhances therapeutic relationships based on respect. Under a team-based model, provides care to patients across the lifespan, and their families, based on stable and/or predictable states of health by initiating and following established plans of care. Recognizes and responds to unexpected patient outcomes by communicating and collaborating with other members of the healthcare team. Documents care provided and response to incidents in accordance with established policies, procedures, and Emergency Department expectations. Consults, confers, and collaborates with other health care providers as needed. Northern Health In-House Emergency Training Program Details Regional Emergency Department Education Program (REDEP) The Northern Health Regional Emergency Department Education Program (REDEP) utilizes a standardized, evidence informed on-line curriculum offered by Elsevier, called Emergency Nursing Orientation (ENO). REDEP combines Elsevier's ENO online curriculum with a skills/simulation lab and clinical practicum to prepare registered nurses to provide safe and competent emergency nursing care, at a novice level. Preparation will be accomplished by: Introducing the basic topics, concepts, and practice guidelines that are fundamental to emergency nursing. Developing the specialized skills, knowledge, attitudes, and judgement required to provide safe, competent, and individualized care to the emergency patient. Promoting professionalism in emergency nursing. There are 3 training positions available for 2024/2025 Northern Health provides placement support and funding for tuition, textbooks, and travel expenses for clinical placements, as required Successful candidates may be required complete pre-requisite courses through part-time distance education, on their own time, prior to assuming this position Learners should expect to make a 4 month commitment for this education, which includes online and in-person learning Additional study time, outside of scheduled hours, may be required to successfully complete the program • Flexibility for practicums is necessary Prior experience on an acute care ward (i.e. medical/surgical) preferred Current BLS certification within a year is mandatory prior to the skills/simulation Preference for participants who have completed an electrocardiogram (ECG) course prior to beginning REDEP. (If needed participants can complete an Elsevier ECG module during theory) Applicants must successfully complete the education program prior to working in the department Upon successful completion of the education program, Northern Health requires an eighteen (18) month return of service in a regular position in the area of nursing applicable to the education program. Qualified applicants will be considered first for specialty positions. If there are no qualified applicants, training lines will be awarded to unqualified applicants and training will be provided. Please indicate the site you are applying for on your cover letter. Actual start date & hours of work for education varies as education is on-going throughout 2023/2024. Contact studentpractice@northernhealth.ca for information. Shift Rotation/Hours of work:   Monday to Friday, Days, 08:00 to 16:00 Dawson Creek & District Hospital   Dawson Creek and District Hospital is a full service community hospital that provides service to Dawson Creek and surrounding communities. It has 31 Acute Care beds and 15 regional adult psychiatric beds.  Dawson Creek  Wide blue skies and the rolling foothills of the Northern Rockies surround Dawson Creek. The city is also known as the Mile Zero City, as it marks the start of the Alaska Highway, a 2,400 km long highway connecting Alaska and the Yukon to Western Canada and the United States. Dawson Creek has a population of approximately 12,500. It provides primary service to a population of approximately 20,000 and helps serve the larger population of the Peace River Region of 60,000. There are eleven elementary schools, one middle school and one secondary school. The Northern Lights College provides adult education. Check out   Dawson Creek   for more information about this community where the northern lights shine. What Northern Health has to offer you! Comprehensive benefit packages including extended health/dental and a municipal pension plan for part-time and full-time employees. Casuals have the option of paying for benefits. Four weeks vacation with one year of continuous service Financial Support for Moving Expenses is available for eligible positions Employee referral program Employer-paid training and leadership development opportunities Spectacular outdoor activities and the shortest commutes in BC “Loan Forgiveness Programs” are offered through the Federal and BC Government for eligible professions. Qualifications Graduation from a recognized program for Practical Nurses and one (1) year recent experience working in a related area of care. Current practicing registration as a Licensed Practical Nurse with the British Columbia College of Nurses and Midwives (BCCNM).
Northern Health
Jul 17, 2024
Full time
Do you have a passion for nursing? Do you want to extend your nursing knowledge? We have a training opportunity that may interest you! We are seeking a motivated Registered Nurse with a dedication for delivering compassionate patient care to join our team in the Emergency department at Chetwynd General Hospital. In accordance with established vision and values of the organization, the Registered Nurse (RN), Rural General practices in accordance with the standards of professional practice and code of ethics as outlined by the British Columbia College of Nurses and Midwives (BCCNM) as well as within a patient and family centered care model. The RN practices in a variety of clinical settings and is responsible for the assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of client care. Working in collaboration with the interdisciplinary team, the RN ensures the delivery of client–centered care by assisting individual clients and their families respond to changing health care needs. The RN demonstrates a specialized body of knowledge and bases practice on nursing science and related content from other sciences and humanities. Rural community hospitals provide a wide range of services and depending on the location may require the RN to be competent in multiple clinical settings. This job description addresses various scenarios where nurses are required to work in one or more areas requiring advanced training & experience. Northern Health In-House Emergency Training Program Details Regional Emergency Department Education Program (REDEP) The Northern Health Regional Emergency Department Education Program (REDEP) utilizes a standardized, evidence informed on-line curriculum offered by Elsevier, called Emergency Nursing Orientation (ENO). REDEP combines Elsevier's ENO online curriculum with a skills/simulation lab and clinical practicum to prepare registered nurses to provide safe and competent emergency nursing care, at a novice level. Preparation will be accomplished by: Introducing the basic topics, concepts, and practice guidelines that are fundamental to emergency nursing. Developing the specialized skills, knowledge, attitudes, and judgement required to provide safe, competent, and individualized care to the emergency patient. Promoting professionalism in emergency nursing. There are 2 training positions available for 2024/2025 • Northern Health provides placement support and funding for tuition, textbooks, and travel expenses for clinical placements, as required Successful candidates may be required complete pre-requisite courses through part-time distance education, on their own time, prior to assuming this position Learners should expect to make a 4 month commitment for this education, which includes online and in-person learning Additional study time, outside of scheduled hours, may be required to successfully complete the program Flexibility for practicums is necessary Prior experience on an acute care ward (i.e. medical/surgical) preferred Current BLS certification within a year is mandatory prior to the skills/simulation Preference for participants who have completed an electrocardiogram (ECG) course prior to beginning REDEP. (If needed participants can complete an Elsevier ECG module during theory) Applicants must successfully complete the education program prior to working in the department Upon successful completion of the education program, Northern Health requires an eighteen (18) month return of service in a regular position in the area of nursing applicable to the education program. Qualified applicants will be considered first for specialty positions. If there are no qualified applicants, training lines will be awarded to unqualified applicants and training will be provided. Please indicate the site you are applying for on your cover letter. Actual start date & hours of work for education varies as education is on-going throughout 2024. Contact studentpractice@northernhealth.ca for information. Shift Rotation/Hours of work:   Monday to Friday, Days, 08:00 to 16:00 Chetwynd General Hospital   has 7 Long-term beds and 5 Acute Care beds. Services include emergency, medical inpatient, palliative care, and respiratory therapy. Chetwynd  lies in the foothills of the Eastern slope of the Rocky Mountains and is the natural transportation hub of the Peace River Country. The area is rich in oil, gas and timber and the local resources and manufacturing industries reflect these assets. Other major industries in the area are ranching, tourism, mining, and the service sector. The population of Chetwynd is 3,100, with a trading area of 7,000. There are three elementary schools, one Montessori school, one secondary school and a Northern Lights College campus. Affordable housing, where you can live on acreage only minutes from town, makes Chetwynd an ideal choice for a career move. Chetwynd is very tight-knit and has a vibrant art community. Check out   Chetwynd   for more information on this friendly and supportive community. What Northern Health has to offer you! Comprehensive benefit packages including extended health/dental and a municipal pension plan for part-time and full-time employees. Casuals have the option of paying for benefits. Four weeks vacation with one year of continuous service Financial Support for Moving Expenses is available for eligible positions Employee referral program Employer-paid training and leadership development opportunities Spectacular outdoor activities and the shortest commutes in BC “Loan Forgiveness Programs” are offered through the Federal and BC Government for eligible professions. Qualifications Graduation from an approved School of Nursing with current practicing registration with the British Columbia College of Nurses and Midwives (BCCNM). Advanced preparation in the clinical specialty of the assigned area as required by the position: Emergency: Advanced preparation in an ED clinical specialty or an equivalent combination of education & experience. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) within three (3) years. Perinatal: Advanced preparation in a Perinatal clinical specialty or an equivalent combination of education & experience. Current Fetal Health Surveillance (FHS) and Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) within 2 years. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) within three (3) years.
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