Standardized Patient/Trainee - For the age portrayal range of 46 to 55. - req# 10471
|Working Title||Standardized Patient/Trainee - For the age portrayal range of 46 to 55.|
|Position Summary||This posting is currently recruitingapplicants for the case portrayal range of 46 years of age to 55 years of age. This is an on-call position and not benefits eligible. |
A Standardized Patient (SP) is an individual from the community who is trainedto portray a simulated patient case in a standardized manner. Requirements forthis on-call position include the capacity for standardizing with other SPs whoare cast in the same simulated patient case. These cases are used to teach andtest clinical students’ patient care and communication skills. Therefore, to bestandardized, SPs must have matching physical attributes for the availableroles.
The capacity for standardization may be limited by certainphysical characteristics or medical conditions such as surgical scars, tattoos,prosthetic limbs, muscle weakness, hearing loss, etc. SPs must be able to stepup and down from an examination table, quickly change clothes, in and out of agown, and perform physical tasks, which require full range of motion of limbs,such as raising arms overhead. SPs are required to provide ethnicity, age, genderand medical history in order to be cast in cases in a standardized manner.
|Conditions of Employment|
Less than high school; no previous experience required.
Completed degree(s) from an accredited institution that are above the minimum education requirement may be substituted for experience on a year for year basis.
|Preferred Qualifications||1. Reliable access to e-mail is critical fortimely response to communication of upcoming case portrayals.|
2. Willing to complete a questionnaire, which includes information about yourdemographics and medical history to better match you with specific standardizedcases.
3. Willing to have the standardized case portrayal filmed for educationpurposes.
4. Willing to wear a hospital gown with or without undergarments, as needed forcase portrayal.
5. Willing to undergo interviews and/or multiple non-invasive physicalexaminations conducted by clinical students.
|Additional Requirements||1. The position will require wearing a hospital gown with or without undergarments, as needed for case portrayal. 2. The position will require the selected candidates to undergo interviews and/or multiple non-invasive physical examinations by clinical students. 3. The position will require all cases to be recorded on camera for educational purposes. 4. The selected candidates will be required to complete a medical questionnaire that will be used to better match him/her to specific cases. 5. The selected candidates must have: ability to step up and down from an exam table, movement of all extremities without difficulty, ability to quickly change from a gown to clothing.|
|Campus||Health Sciences Center (HSC) - Albuquerque, NM|
|Department||Assessment & Learning (524C)|
|Term End Date|
|ERB Statement||Temporary and on-call employees working an appointment percentage of 26 (.26 FTE) or greater, per quarter, will be eligible to earn retirement service credits and thus are required to make New Mexico Educational Retirement Board (NMERB) contributions. More information pertaining to your FTE and NMERB contributions can be reviewed on the NMERB Guidelines Clarified webpage.|
|Background Check Required||No|
|For Best Consideration Date|
|Application Instructions||In your cover letter, please address each of the following items: 1. Why are you interested in working as a standardized Patient? 2. Describe any experience you have that could be considered applicable to this type of work (i.e. teaching, acting, and role-playing). 3. Please describe how you feel about the medical system.|
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