Department: MMI Education and Child Development 50000689
Reg-Temp: Part-Time Regular
PART-TIME The Clinical Nurse is primarily responsible for coordinating and managing the TIPSNICU follow-up clinic, which is a part of the more encompassing Developmental TIPS Program.
Responsibilities include triaging clients into clinic appointments, compiling all appropriate health/medical information in preparation for clinic, participation in the interdisiciplinary clinic including documenting assessment outcomes, discussion and recommendations for families; completing/scoring screenings; making appropriate referrals with follow-up; data entry and generating reports.
Outside of the clinic role, responsibilities include coordination of the TIPs annual meeting, providing technical support to partiipating sites (both inpatient and out patient) and serving as a community contact/resource person.
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