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Job Description: Immaculata University invites applications for a full-time tenure track position in the Division of Nursing with a pre-licensure BSN, accelerated and online RN to BSN and MSN programs. MSN and earned doctorate in nursing or related field required (ABD considereed) with teaching experience in undergraduate and graduate programs highly desirable. A registered nurse license in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is required. Candidates, interested in working with a team to implement innovative educational strategies to a diverse student population, are encouraged to apply. Nursing education expertise particularly in the areas of medical-surgical nursing and psychiatric mental health is sought. Responsibilities can include didactic and clinical teaching in all programs (on, off site and online), curriculum development, student advisement, support of the university’s mission and vision, scholarship and service through participation in division, university and professional activities. Candidates should submit cover letter, CVs, three reference letters and transcripts online at: https://immaculata.interviewexchange.com/jofofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=95688

The projected start time is Fall 2018. Application review will begin immediately, and will continue until the position is filled. Questions may be directed to Dr. Pamela Hudson at phudson1@immaculata.edu or 484-323-3498.


NURSING: Assistant Professor, full-time, non-tenure track position starting August, 2018. The initial appointment will be for three years and is renewable. PhD or DNP is required as is RN licensure in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Evidence of teaching effectiveness and commitment to undergraduate teaching are also expected. Responsibilities include both didactic and clinical instruction with a focus in medical-surgical nursing. Faculty also serve as advisors, participate in ongoing recruitment and assessment activities, and engage in scholarly, professional and community service activities. Candidates should submit application letters, CVs and three reference letters online at: http://www.pittsource.com/postings/148066

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Questions may be directed to Dr. Marie Fioravanti at maf80@pitt.edu or 724-836-9692. More information about Pitt-Greensburg may be found at www.greensburg.pitt.edu. EEO/AA/M/F/Vets/Disabled


The accuracy of state NCLEX-RN© passing standards for nursing programs

http://www.nurseeducationtoday.com/article/S0260-6917(17)30050-3/abstract


New Dean Toolkit : contact Rita Trofino at rtrofino@francis.edu with any questions or for more information.

http://www.aacn.nche.edu/membership/new-dean-resources


Accreditation Site Visits:

Saint Francis University (Masters Program) – March, 14, 15, 16, 2018

Below announcement has been shared by Anne Fink, Villanova University:
Dear ANHE Nurses,
I am so excited to announce that Environmental Health in Nursing is now live on our website.
The Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments (ANHE) is delighted to announce the publication of Environmental Health in Nursing – an open access textbook for nurses and other health professionals.  Leading environmental health nursing experts have joined together to share their environmental health knowledge, expertise and experiences.
The book offers essential information for nurses new to the topics as well as those with advanced environmental health experience. What is so exciting about this book is that our electronic format provides direct links to authoritative resources such as the EPA, ToxNet and WHO.  In addition it provides ease of accessing information because of the electronic search features.  We want this to be a living document and we welcome ideas for new topics and potential authors in subsequent editions.
Thank you to our amazing and incredibly hardworking editors –  Jeanne Leffers, Claudia M. Smith, Ruth McDermott-Levy, Katie Huffling, and Barbara Sattler. This truly was a labor of love. And thank you to all of our contributors your breadth of knowledge and dedication to environmental health nursing is inspiring.
I hope this e-Textbook will become the go-to resource for nurses, in the coming months and years ahead, as the work of environmental health nurses becomes even more vital to the health of our nation.
Take care,
Katie Huffling, MS, RN, CNM
ANHE Director of Programs