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1. Lead Long Term Care activities, working with and assisting a multidisciplinary team of epidemiologists, statisticians, health educators, medical officers, behavioral scientists, and subject matter experts
2. Provide technical knowledge and expertise regarding the Core Elements of Antibiotic Stewardship in Nursing Homes and develop expertise of National Healthcare Safety Network Antibiotic Use reporting module
3. Coordinate discussions with nursing home partners and experts regarding pharmacy data in nursing homes and strategies for measuring antibiotic use in nursing homes.
4. Develop and update technical content of protocols, instructions, and other documents for implementing infection and antibiotic use data reporting into NHSN by nursing homes including but not limited to data elements, implementation protocols, and training resources.
5. Oversee the design, management, and use of databases for capturing antibiotic use data elements from nursing home pharmacies.
6. Develop educational materials and training resources to support nursing home providers in documenting and measuring antibiotic prescribing practices and antibiotic use data
7. Develop educational materials and training resources to support nursing home providers in implementing infection surveillance, prevention and outbreak response activities
8. Develop and prepare data summaries, feedback reports, and presentations for partners.
9. Provide consultation, technical guidance, and/or logistical support to tong-term care and nursing home groups, quality improvement organizations, and health departments in order to support their healthcare-associated infection (HAI) prevention and surveillance activities.
1. Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing, Healthcare, Public Health or related field with a minimum of 9 years of experience.
2. 10 years of experience in Nursing or Healthcare.
3. Background in healthcare or nursing with direct work experience in Long-term Care Facilities.
4. Experience in providing technical guidance, and/or logistical support to tong-term care and nursing home M-groups, quality improvement organizations, and health departments in the context of healthcare-associated infection (HAI) prevention and surveillance activities.
5. Subject matter expertise regarding the Core Elements of Antibiotic Stewardship in Nursing Homes
6. Experience communicating with public health professionals with various levels of expertise (physicians, doctors, laboratorians, epidemiologists, etc.) regarding technical subject matter.
7. Expertise in prescription medications that are used in Long-term Care Facilities such as the names, classifications, indications, and adverse event profiles.
8. Proficiency in Microsoft Office (e.g., Excel, Access, PowerPoint)
9. Strong interpersonal and communication skills (both written and oral)
10. Ability to work both independently and collaboratively on a team.
11. Attention to detail.
12. Strong organizational and partnering skills.
1. Masters in Nursing, Healthcare, or related field.
2. Experience providing infection prevention education or health education.
3. Certification in Infection Control (CIC)
Requisition ID: 17025272