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Do you remember the professor who encouraged you to believe in yourself and in your ability to be the successful nurse professional you are today? Now you have a unique opportunity to be that professor, to create the "a-ha" moment of sudden insight and comprehension that will change a nursing student's life forever.
Chamberlain College of Nursing is seeking Part Time Online Visiting Professors interested in teaching students in our Master of Science - Family Nurse Practitioner specialty track . We build long-term relationships with superior nurse educators who are experts in their field and committed to providing the finest in practitioner-focused education.
This is 100% ONLINE teaching, an incredibly flexible and convenient way to share your experience and knowledge with those who aspire to enjoy the career success you already have. We are currently seeking candidates for the September 2019 session which will run from September 2nd through October 26th.
We care for our students and are dedicated to their success. To ensure we are offering the highest quality education we provide thorough training to all new faculty members. Our New Faculty Orientation is a 3 week session, part time and asynchronous, similar to taking online courses. There is no set schedule, you can work at your own pace and will be participating in group discussions, completing assignments, taking quizzes and a final exam.
The specific courses under consideration for the September 2019 session are:
NR-501NP: Theoretical Basis for Advanced Nursing Practice
In this course, the student examines multiple theories from nursing and relevant fields. The student critiques the components of the theories and explores the value and contributions of the theories
to nursing, advanced nursing, and evidence-based practice.
NR-508: Advanced Pharmacology
In this course, the student builds expanded knowledge of pharmacological, pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics principals specific to the role of the advanced practice nurse. The student explores, analyzes, applies and evaluates commonly used pharmacotherapeutics for the treatment of chronic diseases and self-limiting acute conditions and applies critical-appraisal skills in determining best evidence for prescriptive intervention.
NR-509: Advanced Physical Assessment
In this course, the student builds expanded knowledge of health assessment principles specific to the role of the APN. The student explores, analyzes, applies and evaluates these principals in relation to history-taking and physical examination of clients across the life span. A Health Assessment Performance Evaluation occurs in the laboratory setting (11 hours), requiring the student to visit a site selected by Chamberlain. The student is responsible for completing 14 hours of practice prior to the Health Assessment Performance Evaluation.
NR-511: Differential Diagnosis & Primary Care
In this course, the student learns content on formulating differential diagnoses of individuals within the primary-care setting, along with an introduction to critical diagnostic skills, to cultivate evidence-based behaviors. Emphasis is on processing client information in a logical, progressive manner and formulating differential diagnoses for individuals across the lifespan. The course includes 125 hours of supervised clinical practicum in primary care.
NR-599: Nursing Informatics for Advanced Practice
This course provides foundational and introductory knowledge regarding informatics with an emphasis on developing an understanding of concepts of nursing informatics (NI) and becoming knowledgeable about the application of informatics in advanced practice. Basic nursing informatics (NI) skills support the application and distribution of data/information to generate knowledge, information literacy, EHR use as an advanced practice provider, and aspects of documentation. NI skills are used to synthesize and integrate
nursing science with computer, information, and cognitive sciences.
NR-601: Primary Care of the Maturing & Aged Family
This course continues to expand the knowledge of health-assessment principles specific to the role of the FNP, with a focus on the common health problems and healthcare needs of the middle-aged and older adult and family. The student will explore, analyze, apply and evaluate chronic health conditions frequently encountered in the primary care of older adults. Students will further develop their skills related to patient education, protocol development, follow-up and referral through a clinical practicum experience in a precepted primary-care setting.
NR-602: Primary Care of the Childbearing & Childrearing Family
In this course, the student continues expanding theoretical and practical knowledge of assessment and diagnostic principles specific to the role of the FNP in relation to the needs of women and children within the childbearing and childrearing family. The student advances skills in assessment of specialized populations, health promotion, prevention of illness and diagnosis and management of common health problems. Care strategies include advanced patient education, co-management with families, follow-up and appropriate referral. Care strategies, skills and knowledge learned in class are applied and advanced through a clinical practicum experience.
NR-603: Advanced Clinical Diagnosis & Practice Across the Lifespan Practicum
This course continues to expand the theoretical and practical knowledge of diagnostic principles specific to the role of the FNP, for the healthcare needs of individuals of all ages. Students will further develop their
skills related to health promotion, prevention of illness, diagnosis and management of complex acute and chronic conditions, including behavioral health. Care strategies will include patient education,
protocol development, follow-up and referral through a clinical practicum experience in a precepted advanced practice setting.
NR-661: APN Capstone Practicum
In this course, the student synthesizes all elements of clinical management skills and knowledge and continues to analyze, apply and evaluate diverse aspects of patient assessment and healthcare intervention. The student engages in a precepted clinical practicum with an approved provider in an advanced practice setting. Focus topics include clinical-management skills, case studies, chart reviews and practice critique. The student creates a portfolio of academic and clinical experiences.
If you are passionate about nursing and advancing your career through the power of education, we want to talk with you today.
We invite you to read our FAQ's about teaching for Chamberlain online.
Chamberlain University seeks to welcome Online Part-Time Professors to teach in our Master of Social Workprogram. The Master of Social Work degree program is aimed at developing and empowering students to be agents of social change in their communities and throughout the world.
We build long-term relationships with superior educators who have high professional standards, excellent communication skills, enthusiasm and a commitment to providing the finest in practitioner-focused education. From the convenience of your home or office, you can make a valuable contribution to the success of students preparing to enter and advance in their career field.
The typical course of instruction may include:
MSW-502: Social Work Principles and Foundations
This is a foundational course designed to introduce students to the social work profession and to introduce knowledge necessary for generalist social work practice. During the process of exploring the history of social work practice, this course is designed to increase students’ self-awareness, assertiveness, understanding of social work values and ethics, critical thinking ability in social work practice, promotion of social and economic justice, and appreciation for diversity. The course will emphasize a strengths perspective to the problem-solving process of empowering vulnerable persons, groups and communities to address their needs. Students will also explore current issues and directions for the profession, and the requirements and challenges of being a professional social worker.
MSW-503: Social Work Theories and Practice Techniques
This is a foundational course designed to provide students with an overview of theories as they relate to social work practice. In addition to gaining in-depth knowledge of Motivational Interviewing (MI), students will also explore additional theoretical constructs and applications of various approaches to working with clients, groups, and organizations. The main focus of this course is to teach students the basic tenets of MI and other theoretical modalities, with the goal of teaching students the importance of choosing appropriate treatment techniques and modalities that are compatible with the client system’s cultural and ethnic background. Students should be able to integrate multiple sources of knowledge and models to interview, assess, and respond empathetically when working with individuals, families, and groups.
MSW-504: Human Behavior in the Social Environment I
This course is one of two required to complete the human behavior series. This course provides a foundation for social work practice through an understanding of the major theories of individual and family functioning that encompasses biophysical, cognitive, emotional, social and spiritual dimensions. During this course, students will focus on the roles that culture and cultural identity play in human development within the context of diverse environmental factors. Students will learn the central concepts of theories that provide the basis for many assessment and intervention tools used in social work practice with individuals, families, groups, communities, and organizations.
MSW-505: Direct Practice I (Individuals and Families)
This course is one of two courses required to complete the direct practice series. This foundational course provides the basic knowledge and skills for MSW-512: Direct Practice II curriculum. Using a generalist practice perspective, this course introduces students to the basic principles of Motivational Interviewing (MI) and how it is applied to individuals and families. Essential values, concepts, and ethical considerations as they pertain to generalist social work practice are explored. Students will complete a three-day on-ground immersion experience at a designated location during this course.
Become part of the dynamic healthcare industry by joining the Business Development team with Chamberlain University. America’s 3 million nurses represent the largest segment of the healthcare workforce in the United States, and nursing is currently one of the fastest-growing careers. We invite you to explore the opportunity to be a part of this growing industry as we prepare the next generation of nurses!
The position will identify, present and negotiate contracts with corporations, organizations, VA, military hospitals, hospital groups, and community colleges in order to generate inquiries for recruiting prospective students and for marketing the Company’s nursing and other education programs. This unique role encompasses promotion, outreach, marketing, public relations and healthcare while representing a fast-growing leader in nursing education. In partnership with our education and marketing teams, you will cultivate strong relationships and develop strategic opportunities for growth. Your exceptional presentation and people skills will be tremendously valuable as you represent Chamberlain at a variety of engagements, including job fairs, orientations, graduations, “lunch and learns” and other meetings.
This is a remote (work from home) position covering the San Antonio/Austin, TX area. The ideal candidate will reside in this same area. Local travel encompasses 80% while the other 20% you will be working from home.