The Dorothy Ebersbach Academic Center for Flight Nursing (DEACFN) incorporates multiple and innovative approaches that extend the lessons learned from research in order to inform and improve the preparation of health care professionals. There is a special focus on the education and role development for the advanced practice nurse in critical care transport. As well, the Flight Program is committed to interprofessional training to provide care in unstructured environments.
The Director of the Center is responsible for the strategic planning and oversight of the day-to-day activities of the Center:
- Administration of the Center
- Engage in and support research and creative interdisciplinary and interprofessional scholarship on enhancing nursing practice, improving transport outcomes and enhancing/improving medical in-flight technology
- Communication, mentoring and leadership skill
- Business Development
- Education/Licensing: Master’s Degree required, Doctorate preferred. RN licensure required.
- Experience required: Minimum of ten years of experience as a flight nurse; at least two years of practice experience as an RN in the United States.
- Relationship with critical care transport industry and/or military experience desirable.
To apply or for additional information, please send a CV and cover letter to: Maureen Kendel, Executive Assistant to the Dean, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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