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Staff Development Specialist - Part Time, Days/Evenings Flex The role has involvement with department programs and initiatives, Nurse Residency program, and student experience coordination....
Ithaca, NY
11/3/2020
The role has involvement with department programs and initiatives, Nurse Residency program, and student experience coordination....
Licensed Veterinary Technician- Small Animal Community Practice Patient set up, and nursing care as needed; Act as liaison between nursing staff, students and clinicians and providing input to clinicians and staff regarding…...
Ithaca, NY
10/16/2020
Patient set up, and nursing care as needed; Act as liaison between nursing staff, students and clinicians and providing input to clinicians and staff regarding…...
Registered Nurse (CHOA) - Cortland location NYS License/registration or permit as a professional nurse required. Knowledge of current nursing procedures and techniques of patient care necessary....
Cortland, NY
10/13/2020
NYS License/registration or permit as a professional nurse required. Knowledge of current nursing procedures and techniques of patient care necessary....
Respiratory Therapist / Nurse Must remain certified, registered, or licensed by the applicable state and/or national board governing his/her clinical practice or as otherwise permitted by…...
Ithaca, NY
8/10/2020
Must remain certified, registered, or licensed by the applicable state and/or national board governing his/her clinical practice or as otherwise permitted by…...
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Clinical Nurse Specialist

Clinical nurse specialists (CNSs) are advanced practice nurses that provide direct patient care and expert consultations in a chosen specialty, such as public health or neonatal nursing. To become a CNS, a licensed RN must earn a master?s and pass a certification exam in the chosen specialization, such as the exams offered by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) that are accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies and the Accreditation Board for Specialty Nursing Certification. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics expects excellent, overall job growth for registered nurses?especially for CNSs, who increasingly replace physicians as more affordable primary care providers.

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