The Clinical Nurse Specialist role in the Southern California Region is a clinical manager who partners with the operational manager to ensure that nursing staff delivers safe and effective care. The role is built around the five role sub-components as regulated by the California Board of Registered Nursing: Leadership, Consultation, Research, Education, and Clinical Practice.
In this role, the selected candidate will experience in management of projects and adult learners to include: Curriculum development, evaluation of personnel and interpretation and utilization of evidence based practice.
Provides in-depth clinical expertise in a defined area of nursing practice (eg., pediatrics, oncology, adult medicine). Develops and ensures quality standards for nursing practice for a specific patient population. Provides advanced clinical practice education, consultation, research and administration.
Participates and consults in setting the direction for QA&I monitoring, establishing standards and evaluating outcomes. Collects and analyzes data regarding patient care outcomes, trends, morbidity and mortality.