UCLA Health Careers – Career Areas – New Grad Nurse Residency Program


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New Grad Nurse Residency Program

Build on your nursing education and clinical competencies.
The support and guidance you need for success.

The New Graduate Nurse Residency Program at UCLA Health and David Geffen School of Medicine can put you on the path to achieving your career s most far-reaching ambitions.

As you build on your undergraduate nursing education and clinical competencies, you will come to see how the quality of each patient s complete experience reflects our own understanding of why we re really here.

Participants will be assigned based on several criteria, including the background of the individual Resident, and needs and availability within UCLA Health and David Geffen School of Medicine

The New Graduate Residency Program is offered twice annually, in winter and summer, with each program lasting approximately one year. A BSN or MSN is required. Opportunities may be available in a variety of specialty areas.

The Winter 2018 RN New Grad Residency Program will be posted and accepting applications on Saturday, September 23, 2017- Sunday, October 1st, 2017. To apply please use:

Internal Job #H91673

Don t forget to check out our RN New Grad Residency FAQ.

Administrative/Clinical Care Partner Nursing Students

A paid opportunity to expand on your experience.

Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center and UCLA Medical Center Santa Monica are offering a paid position for Administrative/Clinical Care Partner Nursing Students to expand their clinical experience at an Academic Medical Center. As an ACCP, you ll get a unique opportunity to care for those in need, advance your clinical skills and receive academic training in a fast paced hospital environment. You ll help meet the needs of patients and their families by assisting them with meals, taking vitals, assisting with transfers, serving as a unit secretary and so much more. This is a per diem position with a minimum requirement of 4 shifts a month, including at least one weekend shift.

You are eligible to apply if:

  • You live in the Los Angeles area
  • You re currently enrolled in a BSN or MSN nursing program and graduating 15-18 months after the listed start date below.
  • You ve completed one MedSurg/clinical rotation
  • This program is for BSN/MSN students only. At this time, the program is not available for those who are eligable to take the RN licensing exam.

The program is offered 4 times each year with start dates in March, June, August and December. Thirty (30) students will be selected for each start date. Upcoming start dates and the application periods for each are:

At UCLA Health, we achieve excellence in patient care consistently by following the steps outlined in CICARE.

CICARE is an acronym that describes specific behaviors that are guaranteed to result in excellent communication with patients, families and colleagues.

Every UCLA Health employee, physician and volunteer holds themselves and their colleagues accountable for practicing these six steps with everyone on every encounter.

Click on the above to learn more about CICARE.

Please confirm that you
agree with CICARE

Connect with the patient and their family members by addressing them as Mr./Ms. or by the name they prefer.

Introduce yourself and your role.

Communicate what you are going to do, how long it is going to take, and how it will impact the patient.

Ask permission before examining the patient and anticipate patient and/or family needs, questions or concerns.

Respond to patient and/or family questions and requests with immediacy.

Exit courteously and/or with an explanation of what will come next (or when you will be back to check on them).


New Graduate Nurse Resume Sample: New Grad Nursing Resume Example #nursing #resumes


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The resume for the New Graduate nurse position has to present skills and qualifications specifically required for this profession.
This free resume can also work as a template for job titles as follows – Entry level nurse, New Grad RN, Registered Nurse/New Grad, RN-New Grad or New Grad Nursing.

Here is a free sample

New Graduate Nurse Resume Example
New Graduate Nursing Resume Template

Full Name
[Street, City, State, Zip] | [Phone] [Email Address]

NEW GRADUATE NURSE

Overview

New RN graduate with two years recent internship work experience in the [healthcare – oncology department].

Objective Statement Join a medical organization as a graduate nurse to use my exceptionally quick learning abilities to work hard, focus, and implement health care practices/procedures and to develop my nursing experience and skills.

  • State licensed RN
  • Completed Critical care, PACU and ED
  • GPA transcript
  • BSN, Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Professional Experience

RN Graduate Nurse [Hospital Name] [Location] 2011 – Present

  • Participated in RN training sessions – Was guided on the basic principles of nursing, including – physical, biological and psycho-social sciences.
  • Provided patient care and/or supported nursing activities.
  • Utilized judgment supported by nursing theory and practice in the delivery of nursing care.
  • Coordinated nursing lab tests and medical care under the direction and supervision of head nurse.
  • Coordinated physician reviews to clarify medical issues and provide updates on the healthcare review status.
  • Communicated with the patients’ family members.
  • Assisted nursing manager and staff in the planning and developing of implementation and evaluation of nursing training materials.

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American University

Students Say

AU attracts a crowd that “tends to be very ideologically driven.” “Liberals run the show,” most here agree, although they add that “Plenty of students don’t fit this mold, and I’ve never seen anyone rejected for what they believe.” The campus “is very friendly to those with alternative lifestyles (GLBT, vegetarian, green-living, etc.),” but students with more socially conservative inclinations note that “while AU boasts about the many religious groups on campus, there is still a general antipathy toward piety.” The perception that some departments outshine others is reflected in the way students perceive each other; one says, “You have the political studies know-it-alls, the international studies student who thinks he is going to save the world, the artsy film/communication students, and the rest [who] are unhappy students who couldn’t get into George Washington or Georgetown.”

Overview

Campus Life

Undergrads living on campus

Help finding off-campus housing

First-Year Students living on campus

Housing Options

Disabled Student Dorms Coed

Other Theme Housing

Students Say

“The greatest strength of AU is the activity level both politically and in the community,” students tell us. “Whether it was signs in windows, talk in the class or in the hallways, t-shirts, or canvassing in Metro-accessible Virginia, students on both sides took [the 2014 midterm election] religiously.” As one student explains, “Let’s put it this way: A politician who comes to campus is likely to draw about 90 percent of the student population [and] an AU basketball game, about 9 [percent].” Students get involved in the community through “campus outreach by student-run organizations,” which many see as “the school’s greatest asset.” The typical undergrad is “incredibly engaged and active…Students seek internships in every line of work, becoming actively involved in a field of interest before graduation.” When it’s time to relax, “Washington, D.C. offers limitless opportunities to explore.” Many “enjoy partying and hanging out off-campus and on campus (even though AU is a ‘dry campus’),” but there are also “a lot of people who don’t drink and have a very good time just using what D.C. has to offer: museums, restaurants, parks, cinemas, theaters, and shops.” As one student sums it up: “The city is the school’s greatest resource. You will never run out of things to do in Washington.”

Special Needs Admissions

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Types of Transportation Available to Campus

Washington s Metrorail opens at 5:00 a.m. on weekdays and at 7:00 a.m. on weekends. It closes at midnight daily. The closest Metro stop to American University is Tenleytown/AU on the Red Line. Metro buses run regularly from Tenley Circle to American s campus, less than a mile away. A free AU shuttle bus is also available to take you from the Tenleytown/AU metro stop to AU s campus. Located 10 miles away, Reagan National Airport is the closest airport to the university.

Driving Instructions to Campus

From northeast of Washington (New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore), follow Interstate 95 south to Interstate 495 west toward Silver Spring. See from Interstate 495 (Capital Beltway). From south or west of Washington (Norfolk, Richmond, Charlottsville) follow interstate 95 north or Interstate 66 east to Interstate 495, the Capital Beltway. Follow Interstate 495 north. See from Interstate 495 (Capital Beltway). From northwest of Washington (western Pennsylvania, western Maryland), follow Interstate 270 south. Where Interstate 270 divides, follow the right-hand branch toward norther Virginia (not towards Washington). Merge with Interstate 495, the Capital Beltway, and soon afterwards take exit 39, River Road. See from Interstate 495 (Capital Beltway). From Interstate 495 (Capital Beltway), take exit 39 and carefully follow the signs for River Road (Maryland Route 190) east toward Washington. Continue east on River Road to the fifth traffic light. Turn right onto Goldsboro Road (Maryland Route 614). At the first traffic light, turn left onto Massachusetts Avenue (Maryland Route 396). Continue on Massachusetts Avenue for about two miles, through the first traffic circle (Westmoreland Circle).

Productive Preparation

We know that great scores take work. That’s why we design our courses to be efficient, targeted and strategic so you make the most of every minute you spend prepping.

Quality Content Delivery

Our experts know how to design lessons based on how you’re learning. That means we don’t just record classroom lessons and put them in our Self-Paced prep we design lessons FOR Self-Paced.

Engaging Teachers

We love our teachers, and so will you. We look for proven expertise and a sense of humor, and that’s BEFORE we put them through 40 hours of training!

Better Scores

We guarantee you’ll get higher scores and have an exceptional test prep experience. If you don’t, we’ll refund your tuition or let you prep again for free.


School counselling masters degree programs #master’s, #degree, #ms, #applied #psychology, #school #counseling,


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Master of Science in Counselor Education – School Counseling (MS)

More information:

The Master of Science in Counselor Education: School Counseling emphasis is designed for students wishing preparation as counselors in school settings, primarily public schools. The SOC code for this particular occupation is 21-1012.

Counseling Education Program Mission Statement

The Counselor Education Program at Eastern Washington University is committed to the selection, training, supervision, and professional success of counseling students, in keeping with the high standards established by the Council for the Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP). As a regional teaching university, EWU has a proud history of providing education to a high percentage of first generation college students, often from under-represented and lower socioeconomic communities, a tradition which the Counselor Education program maintains. Thus, counselor training occurs in a learning community that is intentionally focused on both skills development and personal growth of the counselor-in-training. In this way, Counselor Education fulfills its purpose of preparing competent and caring professional counselors to meet the needs of diverse urban and rural communities.

Classes and experiences are organized to provide thorough instruction in the skills and knowledge generally recognized by the counseling profession to be effective with a K-12 population. Candidates not only focus on the following in the graduate classroom, but also for the K-12 population he or she will serve: academic, career, and personal/social development. The program is not only accredited by CACREP, but is approved by the Washington State Professional Educator Standards Board (PESB). Graduates of the program meet the requirements to become an Educational Staff Associate (ESA), the credential held by School Counselors.

Candidates of the program will have education and experiences shaped by the ASCA (American School Counseling Association) National Model. They also have opportunity to be mentored by professionals in the community while they complete an internship. This relationship helps guide the candidate in construction of a professional portfolio, which is a product of the knowledge and skills gained through the graduate experience. Themes include leadership, advocacy, collaboration, and systemic change, which are incorporated into the components of the ASCA model. The components are foundation, management, accountability, and delivery. Instruction includes all of these aspects, along with the CACREP core competencies, providing graduates with a solid entry point for a rewarding career.

A student enrolled in this program can expect to graduate in 21 months or 6 academic quarters over 2 academic years. We have a 100% on-time completion rate once a student begins. Resident tuition for the school couneling program is $21,906.96 for two years (2016-2017) and non-resident tuition is $50,876.76 for two years. Fees for two academic year average around $1200.00 and estimated book costs for the program for 2 years is $1000.00. Gainful Employment Electronic Announcement #42 – 2011-2012 Disclosures for Gainful Employment Programs

Number of Graduates

Approximately 40 students were enrolled in the program with an estimated 75% graduation rate during the 2013-2014. Average completion rate is typically higher and ranges between 85% and 100%. The Program accepts a variable number of students each year, but is typically 24-30 with 50% in each emphasis – meaning 12 school counseling candidates. Eighty percent of accepted students graduate in the expected time period, two years for full-time students. Courses accommodate only full-time students. When a student graduates from this program, he or she is able to enter the workforce at the MA + 45 level at any school district in Washington.

*Percent of students who graduated within the expected timeframe
**National Counselor Exam or the WA state licensure exam
***for students seeking job placement

The Counselor Education Core faculty members are:
Keely Hope
Rebecca Rudd
Karrie Swan

What will I study?

Classes and experiences are organized to provide thorough grounding in the skills and knowledge generally recognized by the counseling profession. The program is accredited by CACREP and exceeds the Washington state requirement for ESA-School Counselor Certification.

Practical application is stressed and students are provided early and continuous skill practice with personalized feedback and coaching. Continuous opportunities for expanding awareness of the self of the counselor will be provided.

School Counseling Course Requirements and Credit Hours
PSYC 506 Counseling Development and Transition Across the Lifespan (4)
PSYC 509 Classroom Management for the School Counselor (3)
PSYC 520 Tactics of Psychological Research (4)
PSYC 540 Professional School Counseling (4)
PSYC 542 Career Counseling (4)
PSYC 544 Counseling Theory and Techniques (4)
PSYC 547 Assessment in School Counseling (4)
PSYC 548 Counseling Children and Adolescents (4)
PSYC 569 Family Systems and Parent Education (4)
PSYC 575 DSM Treatment Issues for Counselors (4)
PSYC 580 Consultation in the Counseling Profession (2)
PSYC 582 The Law for School Counselors (3)
PSYC 583 Group Experience (1)
PSYC 584 Group Theory (2)
PSYC 585 Group Process in Counseling (2)
PSYC 587 Addictive Behavior Counseling (4)
PSYC 588 Crisis Intervention and Trauma Counseling (4)
PSYC 590 Diversity Counseling (3)
PSYC 594 Advanced School Counseling (3)
PSYC 602 Professional Portfolio (3)
PSYC 694 Practicum (12) – PrePracticum (4) Praticum (8)
PSYC 697 Internship (15)

Successful completion of both a written comprehensive examination of conceptual attainments and an oral interview of practical applications is required for graduation.

Minimum total credits for above master’s degree 95 credits

Contact Information

Nick Jackson, PhD
Department Chair
135 Martin Hall, Cheney, WA 99004


11 Great College or Grad School Graduation Gift Ideas #grad #school #graduation


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11 Unique College Graduation Gifts

What can you get a new, 21st century, college grad that they ll enjoy, use, and remember? If you think today s college and grad school graduates already have everything they need, think again! There are a wide range of terrific gifts that will mean a lot and won t break the bank. The key is to think outside the box. Might your grad enjoy experiences, tools, or supplies more than the traditional cufflinks or briefcase?

First Apartment Gifts

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Many college grads end up moving back home – where that traditional set of Calphalon pans will make, well, Mom happy anyway. But even if your college grad isn t heading to his or her own apartment, you might want to consider gifts that can be used back home: cooking lessons, accessories, or an Ikea gift certificate.

If the graduate really is headed to a new apartment, these creative ideas are a little more interesting than pots and pans:

  • A set of basic spices, olive oil and a good balsamic. MORE vinegar presented in a colander or salad bowl.
  • A DIY cookbook of family favorites and professional recipes from Tastebook .
  • A gift certificate to a rental art gallery, so the new grad can rent an original watercolor or oil painting.

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Travel Accessories

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Many new grads do the backpacking/hostel thing across Asia or visit friends they met during study abroad in Europe. If your grad has travel plans, try one of these ideas:

  • A gift certificate to a travel accessory or backpacking store can be put toward luggage or a backpack for travel, or a briefcase for work.
  • Guidebooks to the countries he plans to visit – or an iPad or Kindle, which can carry those guidebooks as well novels and other reading material – make an exciting, thoughtful gift.
  • A check to. MORE cover the passport fee, plus a whimsical DIY luggage tag that turns his college s iconic sights into a tiny collage to attach to his suitcase.
  • A terrific, easy to tote suitcase/backpack, like the hip but incredibly sturdy bags made by Timbuk2 (Compare prices).
  • Or make your own experiential gift certificate – a card that suggests the enclosed cash be spent on a fabulous Parisian dinner, purchases at a Moroccan bazaar or another splurge that fits the new grad s itinerary.

Pearls and Ties

By Kym McLeod, Stock.Xchng Photos

In an ideal world, every college grad heads off into intriguing, challenging careers involving lofty wardrobes and leather briefcases. But your new graduate lives in the real world, where a beautiful silk tie or pearl earrings may be a perfect gift. or not! So choose your gift with love and respect, bearing your grad s hopes and dreams in mind. And enclose a gift receipt.

‘CliffsNotes Graduation Debt’

CliffsNotes Graduation Debt. Courtesy of Wiley

OK, this is not the most exciting graduation gift, but it will be the most practical. The same people who gave us the quick-and-dirty versions of Taming of the Shrew. Scarlet Letter. and hundreds of other sure-to-be-on-the-exam literary tomes, have created a CliffsNotes take on graduation debt. It includes down-to-earth, accessible tips on figuring out first of all, what you owe and to whom (a list that can include eight or more lenders), then how to pay it all off while still budgeting for. MORE life, love, and the future. It s a terrific book, especially when you give it with a bookmark of crisp, green bills.

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Courtesy Broadway Books

So your favorite 20-something is heading off to grad school? Here s a grad student gift guide with possibilities in every price range, from quirky books to bigger ticket items, plus presents specifically for med students, future lawyers, and prospective MBAs.

Got a new med student? A nursing student or someone heading into pharm school? Here s a list of 12 great gift ideas. everything from stethoscopes to artsy posters and a medical version of Magic: The Gathering.

Photo by Jackie Burrell

Cash and gift cards are great gifts for any graduating senior or new apartment dweller. They re practical, welcome, and one size fits all. The only problem is, giving someone a wad of tens is a tad tacky — and even gift cards can be kind of ho-hum to open. So here are four clever ways to present money.