This position works in the OHSU Simulation Center in the Robertson Life Sciences Building, which is a 20,000 square foot facility. This position partners with the following including the undergraduate Medical Education programs; administers MMIs, OSCEs, CSAs, CPX, Physical Exams, IPE training and all other standardized clinical teaching and simulation experiences within the four year medical school curriculum. The SP depicts patients and provides feedback to our learners. In our inter-professional facility this position is also instrumental in the integration of Advanced Practice Nursing and other programs that are integrating standardized patients, simulation and the BLINE technologies. This position will work in collaboration with other simulation users across the university and hospital departments including Medicine, Physicians Assistant, Nursing and Dental Programs, Pharmacy at OHSU along with outside entities that are interested in utilizing the space for a fee.
This position is under the direct supervision of theOHSU Standardized Patient Program Manager. The duties include: portrayal of various clinical roles for educational purposes; help set up and put away the supplies for OHSU Simulation activities for faculty and student use; participate in simulation scenarios and OSCEs as an actor or in assisting to check students off of competencies. Help with other projects that facilitate learning activities for OHSU Simulation.
The primary skills required for this position are an organizational skills, flexibility, and willingness to get the job done.
Experience in an academic environment.
2 years of actor or standardized patient work.
A qualified candidate will be flexible, organized and willing to get the job done.
Knowledge of healthcare terminology and skills equipment, computer and educational software.
Experience in an academic/teaching hospital.
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