INP Nurse Preceptor Fellowship
Now Accepting 2017 Applications for the INP Preceptor Fellowship Program-due February 26th 2017.
The goal of the INP Preceptorship program is to support UWMC nurses in incorporating global health into their professional practice in resource-limited settings.
Each INP Nurse Preceptor will be assigned to our hospital partners at our Cambodia site. The fellowship will be a two-week visit onsite at Calmette Hospital and Khmer Soviet Friendship Hospital. Successful applicants will receive five additional professional leave days to support their time abroad.
The INP Nurse Preceptor will work with our Local Nurse Champions (LNCs) to help implement an on the job nursing education and training program. Prior to their travel, each INP Nurse Preceptor will receive one training day in the specific quality improvement program they have been assigned to. Upon their return, they will share their work at the INP presentation and can continue their involvement through future site visits, volunteer time with local projects, and/or precepting new ICU Nurse Preceptors.
UWMC Support: Successful applicants will receive five 8 hour professional leave days, prorated to their FTE, in addition to their existing professional leave time to use while abroad.
- Must have a current nursing license
- Minimum 2 year experience in good standing at UWMC
- Ability to present formally and informally
- Commit to working an additional 1 year for UWMC after date of travel
Application Process and How to Apply:
1. Log in and fill out the form at the bottom of this page with a brief 500-word (max) proposal. The proposal should clearly state the applicant's interests, experience, and personal goals for participation
3. Submit your most recent resume
4. Submit one letter of recommendation (not from your UWMC nurse manager)
All applications must be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by February 26th 2017 at 11:59 pm
A committee upon receipt will review proposals and successful applicants will be notified within four weeks from the due date.
Successful applicants will be expected to commit to working an additional year for UWMC and presenting their experiences at the INP annual presentation.
What A Successful Applicant Looks Like:
Here at the INP we are interested in supporting all interested nurses to be successful applicants for the program. Working outside UWMC in low resourced settings offers a diverse and challenging environment. We believe successful applicants are:
- Flexible/ adaptable to limited-resourced settings
- Open minded, tolerant, and respectful of differing medical systems overseas
- Culturally sensitive
- Have strong clinical skills
- Enjoy bedside precepting and leading educational classes
- Have strong communication skills