1. Complete Application and attach resume.
2. Once you apply, you will recieve a SkillSurvey email to complete references from UnityPoint Health Recruiting. Please complete using two nursing faculty names and email addresses. Please communicate with these two faculty that you are asking for a reference for this program.
3. Once your application is submitted, and essay explaining "What does it mean to be a St. Luke's nurse" must be emailed to our Nurse Recruiter, email@example.com.
4. Once your application is submitted, your current unofficial college transcript must be emailed to our Nurse Recruiter, firstname.lastname@example.org.
5. The deadline for all application materials is January 11, 2019. Late or incomplete applications will automatically be disqualified.
The RN student Intern, under the supervision of the RN, is responsible for the delivery of safe and reliable patient care, in coordination with the healthcare team. The primary role of the student RN Intern is the execution of the nursing process in providing required care and evaluation of care given. Responsibilities include assessment, nursing diagnosis related to focus problem areas, planning, implementation and evaluation of nursing care. Performance of these responsibilities requires specialized knowledge, critical thinking and skills based on principles of psychological, social, physical and biological sciences that utilize the nursing process. St. Luke’s C.A.R.E delivery model (Continuity, Accountability, Relationship-based, Evidence-based) reflects a commitment to compassionate, competent care delivered by the interdisciplinary team. Care is provided through a therapeutic relationship with the patient and family. A spirit of inquiry is encouraged and supported. Small tests of change and more formal research efforts are used when the evidence is not clear. Evidence-driven protocols are utilized to assure reliable and consistent care.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Assists with admission assessment process per specific unit standards to include patient history, physical, and psycho-social assessment. Utilizes physical assessment data, diagnostic data (lab, radiology, diagnostic testing), pharmacological information, and patient/family perceptions in formulating nursing diagnosis related to focus problem areas and identifying goals of care.
Demonstrates good verbal and written communication skills with patients, families, healthcare team members and other customers. Verbal communication is clear and precise. Written communication is legible, if handwritten, and done in a timely manner using approved abbreviations.
Education: Actively enrolled in a Bachelor of Science (BSN) nursing program at the time of the internship.