University of Rochester Clinical Nutrition Spec, SMH - 215860 in Rochester, New York
Clinical Nutrition Spec, SMH Job ID 215860Location Strong Memorial Hospital Full/Part Time Part-Time Favorite Job Regular/Temporary Regular Opening
Part Time 20 hours Grade 053 Nutritional Support ServicesResponsibilities
To provide timely, comprehensive, evidence-based nutritional care and education to patients and families. Participate in the training of medical staff, dietetic interns and peers. Ensure best practices by regularly reviewing the literature and changing policies/practice, if warranted.
Provide ongoing nutritional assessment, monitoring, evaluation, and education to patients and families.
Develops and implements individualized nutrition care plans for patients across the lifecycle, from infants to the elderly, as assigned.
Integrate evidence-based research in the education, practice and management of patients.
Effectively communicate plans and rationale to team members both verbally and in the medical record.
Exercises independent judgment and displays advanced decision making. Evaluates literature, new products, and techniques; develops standards/protocols to ensure consistent, appropriate, evidence based therapies.
Provides education on medical nutrition therapy and food-drug interactions to patients to patients, their families and significant others; ensures continuity of care when a patient transitions to an alternate level of care within the facility or at discharge; develops nutrition education materials.
Provide lectures to residents, NP’s, and Fellows on Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition.
Demonstrates advanced clinical skills and knowledge base and mentors Clinical Dietitians.
Serves as clinical preceptor to dietetic interns and provides didactic training to nutrition students, peers (journal club) and other medical professionals (including medical students, surgical residents, fellows, and attendings).
Participates in orientating, training and in-servicing professional and other nutrition staff. Maintains expertise by pursuing pertinent continuing education opportunities.
Participates in unit-based, disease-specific and interdisciplinary rounds on a frequent basis and acts as a consultant/resource to all members of the health care team. Participates in weekly nutrition support rounds.
Serves as liaison/ambassador between patients/units and foodservice staff.
Participates in quality assurance activities. Serves on committees for department and hospital initiatives. Represents the department at community nutrition functions.
Attend regular department staff meetings as scheduled.
Opportunities may arise and participation is encouraged, though not required. Participate in nutrition and metabolic research conducted independently or in coordination with other services/providers; prepare and submit materials for publication. Author a review article or book chapter. Speak at local, regional or national conference.
B.S. degree in Nutrition, Food & Nutrition or equivalent and 2 years clinical nutrition experience in health care setting; registration by the Commission on Dietetic Registration, the credentialing agency of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Masters’ degree in related field preferred. Advanced certification, whichever is more pertinent, required by 18 months in position.
How To Apply
All applicants must apply online.
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