Job Posting Date: Sept. 23, 2022
N262 Foundations in Nursing Scholarship is designed to provide the advanced-level nurse with the necessary knowledge and skills to analyze and utilize research and other evidence during administrative or clinical decision-making. The course is designed to facilitate evaluation of the research process, development of clinical questions and the critical appraisal of research papers with an equitable approach in practice as advanced-level clinicians and leaders in nursing disciplines.
The course will be taught in spring 2023. There are two teaching assistant (TA) and/or teaching resident (TR) roles available. The roles will support the two co-Faculty of Record (co-FORs). Specific responsibilities include:
1. Update and maintain the CLE site
2. Assist with facilitating interactive activities during Zoom class under the direction of the co-FORs
3. Answer students' questions on CLE
4. Provide consultative support to students, and hold office hours for technical and content assistance
20% time (8 hours per week).
$29.69 per hour
How to Apply:
Students may contact faculty member Jerry Nutor at [email protected] to express interest in the position.