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Title: Health Education Intern Opportunities


1
Health Education Intern Opportunities
Shands at UF
Department of Nursing Patient Services
  • Contact Person
  • Betty Jax, MSN, ARNP, RN-BC
  • 265-0194
  • jaxbd_at_shands.ufl.edu

Updated September 2012
2
Shands at UF
Department of Nursing Patient Services
Why work with us?
  • Opportunities in diverse areas of health care
  • Work with nurses and other health care
    professionals
  • Collaboration between areas within Department of
    Nursing
  • knowledge and sharing of projects
  • preceptors interconnected

3
Shands at UF
Department of Nursing Patient Services
Why work with us?
  • History of successful and mutually beneficial
    sites for Health Education interns
  • Creativity and innovation opportunities
  • Flexibility in projects
  • Build on work of previous Health Education
    Interns
  • Part-time interns welcome for most sites

4
Site 1
PICC Team
(PICC Peripherally Inserted Central Catheters
for IV therapy)
  • Contact person
  • Joanne Moy, RN
  • IV Nurse Therapist
  • moyjoa_at_shands.ufl.edu
  • (352) 265-0680 ext. 4-3747

5
PICC Team
(PICC Peripherally Inserted Central Catheters
for IV therapy)
  • Update patient education materials
  • Update staff education materials, including
    development of newsletter
  • 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

6
Site 2 Pediatric Adult Heart Lung Transplant
Programs
  • Kelli Harker, ARNP, MSN
  • Clinical Supervisor - Peds
  • Office Phone 352-265-0665
  • Email harkek_at_shands.ufl.edu
  • Suzanne Conrad ARNP
  • Adult Program
  • (352)265-0751
  • conras_at_shands.ufl.edu

7
Heart Lung Transplant
  • Revise parent teaching manuals for Pre and Post
    Heart Transplant and Pre and 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)

8
Site 3
Lung Transplant
  • Contact person
  • Wendy Swafford, ARNP
  • Lung Transplant Coordinator
  • swaffw_at_shands.ufl.edu
  • 352-265-8940.

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Lung Transplant
  • Revise education pre-transplant handbook and
    evaluation packet.
  • Assist with education of patients before and
    after transplant
  • With site supervisor, see patients in Pulmonary
    Function Lab before bronchoscopies in clinic
    for weekly visits
  • Assist with office functions (obtaining
    outpatient labs, updating patient charts with
    clinical information, etc)
  • Possibly observe bronchoscopies (with patient
    permission) and/or a lung transplant operation

10
Site 4
Kidney/Pancreas
Transplant Program
  • Contact person
  • Shelly Morgan, RN
  • Transplant Coordinator
  • morgmi_at_shands.ufl.edu
  • (352) 265-0254
  • (Fall Semester only)

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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

12
Site 5
Nursing Quality Improvement Research
Gale Danek, PhD, RN Adm Director, Nursing
Research danekg_at_shands.ufl.edu (352)
265-0111 ext. 4.4262
  • Contact person(s)
  • Janet Farrington
  • Administrative Assistant
  • farrij_at_shands.ufl.edu
  • (352) 265-0138

13
Nursing Quality Improvement
  • 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.)

14
Nursing Quality Improvement
  • 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)

15
Site 6
Nursing Education
  • Contact person
  • Betty Jax, ARNP, MSN
  • Administrative Director,
  • Nursing Education and Staff Development
  • jaxbd_at_shands.ufl.edu
  • (352) 265-0194

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Nursing Education
  • Assist with development of education programs in
    PowerPoint for conversion to Captivate software
  • 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 monthly online education for nursing
    staff.
  • Assist with evaluation of patient education
    materials.
  • Assist with development of patient education
    materials.

17
Site 7
Women's Health
Lactation Education
Childbirth
  • Contact person - Lactation
  • Brenda Owens, RN
  • Nurse Specialist and
  • Lactation Consultant
  • Mother/Baby Unit
  • owensb_at_shands.ufl.edu
  • (352) 265-0317

18
Mother Baby and Labor Delivery Units
Contact Persons
  • Janice MacKenzie, BSN, RN
  • Nurse Manager, LD
  • macjan_at_shands.ufl.edu
  • Denise Vonderstrasse, RN
  • Clinical Leader, L D
  • vonded_at_shands.ufl.edu
  • Ursula P. Crews, MSN, RN
  • Clinical Leader Mother-Baby/NT95
  • crewsu_at_shands.ufl.edu

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Childbirth and Lactation Education
  • Interview breast-feeding 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

20
Childbirth and Lactation Education
  • Assist with classes (and other projects)
  • childbirth
  • sibling
  • breastfeeding
  • Assist with
  • registration for classes
  • answering phones
  • mail-outs
  • weekly phone calls

21
Site 8
Burn Intensive Care Unit
  • Contact person
  • Janet Popp, RN
  • Clinical Coordinator,
  • Burn Intensive Care Unit
  • poppj_at_shands.ufl.edu
  • (352) 265-0200 ext. 4-3701

22
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 inservice
    training
  • Attendance/participation in health fairs

23
Site 9
Computer-Based
Systems
  • Contact person
  • Veronica Carr, RN, MSN
  • Information Systems Coordinator
  • carrv_at_shands.ufl.edu
  • (352) 265-0680 ext. 4-5774

24
Computer-Based Systems
  • Assist with the implementation of EPIC and other
    information systems.
  • Present changes to Nursing staff
  • Assist with education of Nursing staff

25
Site 10
Nurse Specialists
Mary Coons, MSN, RN, CWCN, COCN Nurse
Specialist, Wound and Ostomy Care coonsm_at_shands.uf
l.edu
  • Peggy Guin, PhD, ARNP, CNS-BC, CNRN
  • Neuroscience Clinical Nurse Specialist
  • guinpr_at_shands.ufl.edu

Elaine D. Delvo, MSN, RN, RN-BC Nurse Specialist
Med/surg and NICHE Coordinator (elderly
care) delvoe_at_shands.ufl.edu
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Nurse Specialists
  • 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
  • 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 (pain, end-of-life, suicide, safety,
    co-morbidities, IV access, wound care, care of
    the elderly)
  • Participates in multi-disciplinary groups to look
    at problem solving for issues that impact patient
    care.

27
Site 11
Lab Continuing
Education Program
  • Contact person
  • Abby J Estilong, BSMT (ASCP)
  • Laboratory Continuing
  • Education Chairperson
  • estila_at_shands.ufl.edu
  • (352) 265-0111 x 44873

28
Lab Continuing
Education Program
  • Assist with development of lab education
    programs in the Articulate software program
  • Assist with development of Point of Care lab
    tests instruction modules in the Articulate
    program
  • Participate in and/or assist with development of
    staff inservice training materials
  • Assist with website updates/developments

29
Site 12
Nursing
Professional Development
  • Contact person
  • Ginger Pesata MSN, ARNP, FNAP
  • Administrative Director,
  • Professional Nursing Practice
  • pesatv_at_shands.ufl.edu

30
Nursing Professional Development
  • Assist with conference planning
  • Work with PowerPoint in development of continuing
    education programs and modules
  • Develop E-Learning Communication among Nursing
    Committees and Councils within the Department of
    Nursing.

31
Site 13
Diabetes Program Inpatient
  • Courtney Puentes, RN, BSN
  • Diabetes Nurse Clinician
  • shocce_at_shands.ufl.edu
  • Outpatient site is also available

32
Diabetes Program
  • Assist the inpatient diabetes educator in
    teaching diabetes self management skills to
    patients and families
  • Topics may include
  • Basic nutrition
  • Blood sugar target ranges
  • Short long term complications
  • Sick days
  • Skin/foot care
  • Exercise
  • Teaching tools include handouts, pictures,
    booklets and videos.

33
Site 14
Shands Childrens Hospital
  • Contact persons
  • Missy Reynolds, RN
  • Nurse Manager, PICU
  • Shands Childrens Hospital
  • reynom_at_shands.ufl.edu
  • (email only)
  • Maureen Latour, RN
  • Pediatric Nurse Educator
  • latoum_at_shands.ufl.edu

Marie Kasprow, RN Nurse Manager, 4 Peds kasprm_at_
shands.ufl.edu John Stephen , RN Clinical
Coordinator, 4 Peds stephj_at_shands.ufl.edu or
265-0362.
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Shands Childrens 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
  • Pediatric Patient Safety Program
  • Staff Nurse Orientation and ongoing education
  • Staff Teaching Staff Inservice Program

35
Site 15
Trauma Unit
  • Contact person
  • Colleen Counsell, RN, MSN
  • Nurse Manager, Trauma Unit
  • counsc_at_shands.ufl.edu
  • (352) 265-0196
  • (Fall 2008 Semester only)

36
Trauma Unit
  • Assist with developing patient/family educational
    materials for the adult trauma population
    evaluation after implementation
  • Survey of RN needs for materials

37
Site 16 Unit 11-5 Neurosciences
  • Contact
  • Justine Abram, MSN, RN
  • Nurse Manager
  • abramj_at_shands.ufl.edu

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Site 16 Unit 11-5
  • 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
  • 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 multi-disciplinary groups to
    look at problem solving for issues that impact
    patient care.

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Site 17 Stroke Program
  • Brenda Forrest, RN, BSN / Stroke Program
    Coordinator
  • E-Mail forreb_at_shands.ufl.edu
  • Jaime Thomas, RN, BSN / Stroke Program
    Coordinator
  • E-Mail thomjr_at_shands.ufl.edu

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Stroke Program
  • Research for staff inservices
  • Poster presentations
  • Data collection and entry
  • Community outreach education
  • Conference planning
  • Assist with Stroke website development
  • Data analysis for achieved outcomes
  • Participation in CVA Core Committee for
    problem-solving patient care issues

41
Site 18
Neonatal ICU
  • Contact Person
  • George Magee, Manager
  • 265-0033
  • mageeg_at_shands.ufl.edu

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NICU
  • 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.
  • Rounding with parents to help determine
    educational needs.
  • Help develop unit based education for parents.
  • Help develop unit specific Unit Clerk education.

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What do we need?
  • PPD (TB test) prior to start date up to date
    immunizations
  • Assurance of confidentiality of patient
    information
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Good computer skills (Microsoft Word, PowerPoint,
    etc.)
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Ability to work independently, yet seek direction
    when appropriate
  • Creativity and innovation

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  • Call or email the contact person for the site or
    sites you are interested in
  • AND
  • Come to Shands at the University of Florida for a
    great internship experience!
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