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  • Title: UMDNJ-School of Nursing
    Descriptive info: .. Search for:.. UMDNJ Google.. Phone/Email.. Internet Google.. Expand All.. |.. Collapse All.. SN Home.. About SN.. School Overview.. Mission, Vision, Goals.. Dean's Page.. Our Faculty Staff.. Faculty A-Z.. Staff A-Z.. FS Central (login required).. Careers@SN.. NY/NJ Area.. SN Policies.. Safety Communications.. Sigma Theta Tau - Omicron Pi.. Giving to SN.. Academic Programs.. Overview.. Accelerated BSN.. Part-time BSN.. Masters.. Post Masters.. DNP.. Post-BSN to DNP - Pediatric.. Post-BSN to DNP - Psychiatric.. PhD.. Admissions.. Apply.. Campuses.. Financial Assistance.. Information Sessions.. Continuing Education.. Featured Programs.. Programs by Date.. Programs by Category.. About.. Past Programs.. CE Policies.. News Events.. News.. Featured Events.. Information Sessions.. Student Resources.. Current Students.. New Students.. Student Affairs.. Forms.. CAS.. Academic Calendar.. Research.. Office of Research.. Research@SN.. Resources.. Evidence Based Practice.. Alumni.. Alumni Home.. Job Board.. Centers.. Centers Overview.. Center for Academic Success.. Center for Lifelong Learning.. FXB Center.. NJ Center for Evidence-Based Practice.. SSB Center..  ...   Systematic Review.. Read more news.. UMDNJ-Rutgers Integration.. Admission to all programs continue as School of Nursing prepares to join Rutgers, effective July 1, 2013.. Read more.. Events.. Newark Campus.. Stratford Campus.. Continuing Education Seminars.. 20th Anniversary Awards Dinner - December 10.. Pinning Ceremony.. Newark - December 18.. Stratford - December 20.. View more events.. As the integration of UMDNJ-School of Nursing and most other schools of UMDNJ into Rutgers University proceeds toward its target date of July 1, 2013, please note that UMDNJ-School of Nursing is continuing enrollment of new students for all of its existing programs.. - Learn about our.. - Read about our.. Campuses School.. -.. check application status.. Questions about applications or admissions: 973-972-5336.. Snadmissions@umdnj.. edu.. Admissions information.. Registration.. Register for Courses.. - View.. course schedules.. Questions about Registration or course schedules: 973-972-5454.. sn.. shrp.. registrar@umdnj.. View safety communications info.. and sign up for alerts..

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  • Title: UMDNJ-School of Nursing
    Descriptive info: Overview - Description and History.. Helpful Links.. Administration.. Contact Information.. The University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey-School of Nursing (UMDNJ-SN), established as academic programs in 1990, and reorganized as UMDNJ's seventh school in 1992, offers a comprehensive program of research, education, and educational mobility.. Nursing degree programs at the Baccalaureate (BSN), Master's (MSN), Post-Master's Certificate (PMC) and Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) provide an articulated educational ladder for advanced education.. The school also offers a joint Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Urban Systems (Urban Health specialization available).. UMDNJ-SN also offers extensive continuing education opportunities for all healthcare professionals.. Accreditation.. The University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey is accredited by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States  ...   Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO).. The academic programs offered by the UMDNJ-School of Nursing are.. accredited by.. The Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.. One Dupont Circle, NW.. Suite 530.. Washington, DC 20036-120.. (202) 887-6791.. Additional accreditations include:.. Nurse Anesthesia Program.. Council on Accreditation of Nurse Anesthesia Educational Programs of the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists.. 222 South Prospect Avenue.. Park Ridge, Illinois 60068-4001.. Phone: 847-692-7050.. Fax: 847-692-6968.. Nurse Midwifery Program.. American College of Nurse Midwives.. 8403 Colesville Rd, Suite 1550.. Silver Spring MD 20910.. Phone: 240-485-1800.. Fax: 240-485-1818.. Join our.. mailing list.. SN News.. SN receives grant to teach nurses to serve children in foster care.. SN launches nurse-managed health center in Newark, NJ.. Upcoming.. Events.. View More Events..

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  • Title: UMDNJ-School of Nursing
    Descriptive info: Mission.. The University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey School of Nursing promotes excellence in healthcare through quality, innovative education of nurses and other professionals.. The School affirms its commitment to clinical practice, scholarship, and advocacy for underserved populations, and the diverse communities it serves.. Vision.. Preparing culturally effective nurse leaders who promote wellness and enhance health equity.. Strategic Map - 2011-2013.. Click to enlarge.. Philosophy of the School of Nursing.. The faculty's shared beliefs about nursing, health, humans, the environment and education form the core of the philosophy of the School of Nursing.. Nursing.. Nursing is the science and art of building the capacity of individuals, families and communities for health and well-being throughout the life course.. Nursing is grounded in the biological, social and behavioral sciences and focused on the provision of care through evidence-based, population-specific approaches to lessen the burden of disease and mortality associated with social inequalities.. Evidence-based Practice (EBP) significantly impacts clinical decision making to promote the health and well-being of individuals, families and communities.. Nurses practice in a variety of settings within the continuum of health and illness from primary health promotion and disease management to providing assistance when healing and recovery are no longer possible.. Nurses use a broad range of skills in transforming individuals and communities including assessment, direct care, diagnosis and treatment, communication, critical reflection, teaching, cultural competence, quality improvement, leadership, advocacy and scholarship.. Regardless of the setting, capacity building requires that nurses develop a keen awareness of the environments where people live and work as well as how those impact health and well-being.. Practicing in a pluralistic society, which is characterized by increasing social and cultural diversity, requires that nurses respect cultural differences and recognize the right of choice regarding health care issues.. Advocacy for social justice and protection of basic human rights, including the right to health, requires a comprehensive approach to health care with a shared responsibility among individuals, families, communities and society.. Health.. Health is a multidimensional and complex phenomenon influenced by biological, developmental, cognitive, behavioral, political, economic, environmental and cultural factors.. Health is an instrument that may further capacities while poor health may diminish one's potential.. Humans biologically incorporate their social and material worlds; thus, health status is determined by the structural inequalities that create variant exposure, susceptibility and resistance of individuals through the life course.. Health disparities are population-based differences in the burden of disease and mortality associated with social inequalities.. Reduction of health disparities is best achieved by actions and decisions that improve the life conditions of people in communities through broad-based partnerships and collaboration, not only among multidisciplinary professionals, but more importantly with lay communities and institutions.. Building healthy communities  ...   cultural values and practices of human groups and the social realities affecting their circumstances in the broader society.. Health care, nursing and health care institutions may have contrasting values, practices and expectations that impact groups differently.. Culturally competent advocacy requires a compassionate understanding of how human diversity is affected by the assumptions and preferences of health professionals, organizations and the dominant society.. Cultural competence builds human capacities for negotiating these distinctions as well as self-empowerment and self-advocacy.. Environment.. The environment consists of the physical, social and cultural contexts of human life.. Contemporary society affects and is affected by events in different parts of the world.. The physical environment is comprised of geographic location; climatic, temporal and situated resources; and the built environment; all of which affect quality of life, access to services, safety and health of the population.. The social environment refers to the structural arrangements in society that stratify groups of people, which may affect their status and position within the social hierarchy as well as their opportunities in life.. Cultural environment is the constellation of the values, beliefs, philosophy and morality that evolves from prolonged experience within specific environmental contexts.. There is reciprocity and mutuality between humans and their environment.. All components of the environment are intimately linked.. Sustainable changes in individual behaviors may not occur without addressing the other aspects of the environment to effect the desired change.. Education.. Nursing is a humanistic discipline that requires the foundation in liberal arts, behavioral and social sciences and humanities.. Learning and education is an interactive and transformational process.. Education is a life-long pursuit and is aimed at developing optimum potential of the learner.. Professional nursing education is informed by the concept of health; is individual and communal in scope; and focuses on wellness as a guide for development of the learning experience.. Educating nurses to practice in increasingly complex and diverse settings requires not only theoretical and clinical expertise but also an atmosphere of caring, support, cultural competence and mutual respect.. Nursing faculty is responsible for the creation and maintenance of such a learning environment so that free and open interaction between the learner and the educator can occur.. The educational process is heavily influenced by the characteristics of the learner, educator, methods of instruction, technological resources and school and clinical environments.. Educational practices, rooted in psychology, learning theory and empirical studies fosters the incorporation of integrative and varied learning strategies that support creative and critical thinking.. Educational delivery at all levels must incorporate evidence-based clinical knowledge and research with effective communication and leadership skills.. Excellence in scholarly activity, service and educational best-practices are the hallmarks of nursing education.. Philosophy Approved by Faculty Assembly, September 13, 2010..

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  • Title: UMDNJ-School of Nursing - Dean's Page
    Descriptive info: Susan W.. Salmond, EdD, RN, CTN.. Dean and Professor.. University of Medicine Dentistry of New Jersey - School of Nursing.. Dean Salmond speaks about the Future of Nursing Campaign for Action.. News Release.. Date: June 16, 2009 Newark, NJ.. UMDNJ Selects Susan W.. Salmond as Nursing School Dean.. NEWARK, N.. J.. Salmond, EdD, RN, CNE, CTN, has been appointed dean of the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey-School of Nursing.. The appointment follows a national search for a dean to lead the nursing school, which has campuses in Newark and Stratford.. Salmond has served as interim dean of the nursing school since January 2007.. "Our health care system cannot function without committed, highly educated nurses and nursing faculty," said William F.. Owen, Jr.. , MD, president of UMDNJ.. "Under Dr.. Salmond's leadership, UMDNJ-School of Nursing has prepared future leaders in academic nursing and practice exceptionally well to do their vital work, and I know it will continue to do so.. ".. While at UMDNJ, Salmond spearheaded development of New Jersey s first Doctor of Nursing Practice degree program, which was launched in 2006.. Under her leadership, the nursing school has also established new master s degree programs in clinical leadership, women s health and nursing education.. Salmond has implemented new faculty development initiatives and brought more than $7 million in competitive research and academic grants to the nursing school.. Prior to her appointment as interim dean, Salmond was vice dean for academic affairs at the nursing school.. Since coming to UMDNJ in 2005, she also has held posts as associate dean for graduate studies and associate dean for administration and planning.. I am grateful for the confidence that the University has shown in me, Salmond said.. The opportunity to continue leading the outstanding faculty, staff and students of  ...   systematic research reviews that will form the basis for evidence-based best practice documents that will help shape patient care.. She has authored numerous peer-reviewed articles and book chapters and presented nationally on topics including evidence-based practice, nursing care delivery, nursing leadership, and orthopaedic nursing.. Salmond is the research editor for the journal Orthopaedic Nursing, past president of the National Association of Orthopaedic Nurses, co-editor of the text Orthopaedic Nursing, and co-editor of the first three editions of Core Curriculum for Orthopaedic Nursing.. Prior to joining the UMDNJ-School of Nursing, Salmond was a professor at Kean University where she was director of graduate programs and then chairperson of the university s nursing department.. She has also served on the faculty at Teachers College, Columbia University.. She received her B.. S.. N.. from Villanova University, her M.. from Seton Hall University and her Doctor of Education degree (Ed.. D.. ) from the Nurse Executive Program at Teachers College, Columbia University.. Her certifications include Certified Nurse Educator (CNE), Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL) and Transcultural Nursing (CTN).. She is active in several nursing professional associations, and is a recipient of the C.. A.. R.. E.. award for excellence in education from the New Jersey State Nurses Association.. Salmond is a resident of Westfield, New Jersey.. UMDNJ-School of Nursing offers educational programs at the bachelor s, master s, post-master s and doctoral degree levels for more than 900 students and provides continuing education courses for health care professionals.. Its community service projects include a mobile health care program in Essex County and a health clinic in Camden County.. Its major centers include the Stanley Bergen Center for Multicultural Education, Research and Practice, and the François-Xavier Bagnoud Center, which provides clinical care, education and technical assistance in the United States and globally to address the HIV/AIDS epidemic..

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  • Title: UMDNJ - School of Nursing - Faculty Directory
    Descriptive info: my.. umdnj.. Libraries.. Directions.. University Links.. Home.. | Faculty Staff Directory.. Faculty.. (Full-Time).. Clinical.. Faculty.. Administrative.. Staff.. SN Directory (Faculty).. Name/Title.. Location/Phone.. Specialty.. Janice Aloi DMH, RN, CNE.. Assistant Professor.. BSN Programs BSN.. aloija@umdnj.. edu.. Newark.. SSB 1011.. (973) 972-5490.. (973) 972-8775 (fax).. Mental Health.. Sharon Anderson RN, APN-C.. Instructor.. anderssl@umdnj.. SSB 1018.. (973) 972-6659.. Pediatrics,Neonatal NP.. Sarah Arnold MSN, RN.. arnoldss@umdnj.. SSB 1012.. (973) 972-6898.. Amita Avadhani DNP, DCC, ACNP, ANP, CCRN, APN-C.. Assistant Professor, Track Coordinator Acute Critical Care Nurse Practitioner Program.. Graduate Programs MSN.. avadhaam@umdnj.. SSB 1015.. (973) 972-9656.. Critical Care.. Asunta Beardsley DNP, MSHS, CNM.. Graduate Programs MSN, BSN.. beardsaa@umdnj.. SSB 1116.. (973) 972-8556.. (973) 972-7853 (fax).. Midwifery.. Delores Benn DNP, RN.. benndd@umdnj.. SSB 1042.. (973) 972-9561.. Joseph Boney MSN,RN,NEA-BC.. boneyjg@umdnj.. SSB 1126.. (973) 972-6045.. Mental Health, Long Term Care.. Mary Jo Bugel PhD, RN, CNL, CNE, NJ-CSN.. Assistant Professor and Clinical Leadership Program Track Coordinator.. bugelma@umdnj.. SSB 1114.. (973) 972-3780.. Clinical Nurse Leader.. Barbara Caldwell PhD, APN-BC.. Chair, Acute and Continuum of Care Department, Professor & MSN Track Coordinator, Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Adult Focus MSN Program.. Graduate Programs PhD, MSN.. caldweba@umdnj.. SSB GA-219.. (973) 972-7450.. (973) 972-8947 (fax).. Child and Adolescent Psychiatric.. E.. Renee Cantwell DNP, RN, CNE, CPHQ.. Assistant Professor, Director of the NALC Pre-nursing Program.. BSN Programs BSN, MSN.. cantweer@umdnj.. Stratford.. UEC 2062.. (856) 566-6338.. (856) 566-6203 (fax).. Coordinator of Adult Health I.. Teaches Medical Surgical Nursing, Health Policy, and Advanced Pathophysiology.. Medical Surgical.. Carrie Carretta PhD, APN, AHN-BC.. Graduate Programs.. carretca@umdnj.. SSB 1113.. (973) 972-9616.. (973)972-7853 (fax).. Psychiatry.. Sabrina Chase PhD.. Joint Urban Systems Ph.. program.. chasesm@umdnj.. SSB GA 190.. (973) 972-0731.. Medical Anthropology, Urban Anthropology, Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Health and Health Care, Latina and Women's Health, HIV/AIDS, and Primary Care Research/PCMH Facilitation.. Catherine Collin MSN, RN, ANP.. Instructor and Faculty for CAS.. collinca@umdnj.. SSB 1013.. (973) 972-2429.. Medical Surgical, Adult NP.. Elaine K.. Diegmann CNM, ND.. Professor, Nurse Midwifery Program Director.. diegmaek@umdnj.. SSB 1118.. (973) 972-4298.. (973)972-3225 (fax).. Mary DiGiulio DNP, APN.. Assistant Professor & Adult Health Track Coordinator.. digiulma@umdnj.. SSB 1111.. (973) 972-9545.. Adult NP.. Sherene Dunkley.. Clinical Instructor.. SSB.. Mercedes Echevarria DNP, APNC.. Assistant Professor Director, Doctor of Nursing Practice Program.. Graduate Programs MSN & DNP.. echevame@umdnj.. SSB GA-221.. (973) 972-9943.. Pediatric Nurse Practitioner and Adult Nurse Practitioner.. Jonathan Esposito MSN, APN, CRNA.. Clinical Instructor (CRNA).. Anesthesia MSN.. Rosario P.. Estrada DNP, RN, BC, CPN.. Assistant Professor & MSN Nursing Informatics Track Coordinator.. estradrp@umdnj.. SSB 1112.. (973) 972-8551.. Informatics.. Michele Evans MSN, RN.. evansma@umdnj.. SSB 1043.. (973) 972-6330.. Joyceann Fileccia PhD, RN, CNS.. fileccjo@umdnj.. SSB 1014.. (973) 972-9244.. Maternity.. D.. Anthony (Tony) Forrester PhD, RN, ANEF.. Professor, Faculty President, and NLN COE Champion.. Graduate Programs PhD, DNP, MSN.. forreste@umdnj.. View Profile.. SSB GA-231.. (973) 972-7671.. Leadership, Research.. Clare Golden DNP, APN, CRNA.. Program Director - UMDNJ School of Nursing/University Hospital Graduate Program in Nurse Anesthesia Assistant Professor.. goldencf@umdnj.. SSB 1122.. (973) 972-2513.. (973) 972-8950 (fax).. Nurse Anesthetist.. Daniel Gundersen PhD, MA.. Graduate Programs PhD.. gunderda@umdnj.. SSB GA-190.. (973) 972- 9220.. Survey  ...   MSN, RN, FNP-BC.. morrissh@umdnj.. UEC 2056.. (856) 566-6254.. (856) 566-7079 (fax).. Family Medicine, Critical Care, Emergency Medicine.. Frances Munet-Vilaro PhD, RN.. Associate Professor - Advanced Community Health Nursing.. Graduate MSN & PhD.. munetvfr@umdnj.. SSB 1017.. (973) 972-9589.. Community Health.. Marie Theresa O'Toole RN, EdD, FAAN.. Associate Dean and Professor.. otoolemt@umdnj.. UEC 2052 (Stratford); SSB 1126F (Newark).. (856) 566-6201 (Stratford) (973) 972-9644 (Newark).. (856) 566-6203 (Stratford); (973) 972-3225 (Newark) (fax).. Staci Pacetti PharmD.. pacettst@umdnj.. UEC 2038.. (856) 566-6913.. Pharmacology.. Dula Pacquiao EdD, RN, CTN.. Professor and Director of Stanley S.. Bergen Center.. pacquidf@umdnj.. SSB GA-220.. (973) 972-8536.. Cultural Diversity.. Cara Padovano DNP, FNP-BC.. (973) 972-9252.. Thomas J.. Pallaria APN/CRNA, MS.. Assistant Director - Nurse Anesthesia Program, Director of Clinical Education & Instructor.. pallartj@umdnj.. Kathleen L.. Patusky PhD, MA, RN, CNS.. Graduate Programs MSN, DNP.. patuskkl@umdnj.. (973) 972-9256.. Melanie Percy PhD, RN, CPNP, FAAN, FAANP.. percyms@umdnj.. SSB GA-224.. (973) 972-6587.. Child development, Abuse and trauma, Primary Care Children, School Health.. Gail Poltawec MSN, RN, CNE.. poltawge@umdnj.. (973) 972-7449.. Obstetrics.. Katherine Prihoda DNP, MSN, ANP.. prihodks@umdnj.. UEC.. Rubab Qureshi PhD.. qureshru@umdnj.. SSB 1130.. (973) 972-8845.. Janet Regan-Livingston MSN, FNP.. Instructor, Family Health NP Track Coordinator.. reganljl@umdnj.. (973) 972-3410.. Tyshaneka Saffold MSN, RN.. Coordinator, Nursing Lab and Learning Center-Stratford & Instructor.. saffoltl@umdnj.. UEC 2036.. (856) 566-6308.. Susan Salmond EdD, RN.. salmonsu@umdnj.. SSB 1141.. (973) 972-4322.. Evidence Based Practice, Orthopedics, Leadership.. Margaret Shepard PhD, RN.. sheparmp@umdnj.. (856) 566-6263.. Cindy Sickora DNP, RN.. Assistant Professor, Director, Community Programs UMDNJ School of Nursing Jordan and Harris Community Health Center New Jersey Children's Health Project.. sickorci@umdnj.. SSB 848.. (973) 972-9620.. Claire Smart DNP, CNM, CNM-FA, C-EFM.. BSN Programs MSN.. smartcl@umdnj.. UEC 2058.. (856) 566-6319.. Jeanann Sousou CNM.. sousoujh@umdnj.. (856) 566-6376.. Ellen Stanley MSN, RN.. stanleel@umdnj.. (973) 972-9579.. Obstetrics, Pediatrics.. Lorraine Steefel DNP, RN, CTN.. Adjunct Assistant Professor.. steefelo@umdnj.. SSB 1024.. (973) 972-9562.. Margaret Sullivan PhD.. Professor & Associate Dean of Research.. Sullivan@umdnj.. SSB GA-236.. (973) 972-9829.. (973) 972-8927 (fax).. Infant and Early Childhood Development.. Denise Tate EdD, APN, WHNP-BC, ANP-BC.. Assistant Dean and Associate Professor.. tatedm@umdnj.. SSB 1126B.. (973) 972-0509.. Cultural Competency, Women's Health, Adult Health.. Debora Tracey MSN, RN, CNE.. Clinical Lab & Simulation Coordinator and Instructor.. traceydl@umdnj.. SSB 1039.. (973) 972-8571.. Kellie Volcy DNP, RN, APN-C.. volcyka@umdnj.. (973) 972-8074.. Women's Health.. Frances Rieth Ward PhD, RN, MBE.. wardf1@umdnj.. SSB GA-233.. (973) 972-9627.. Ethics.. Robert White DNP, RN, APN, BC.. whiter4@umdnj.. (973) 972-2470.. Susan Wiedaseck DNP, CNM.. wiedassa@umdnj.. (973) 972-8526.. Rula Wilson DNSc, RN.. Graduate Programs MSN & PhD.. btoushrm@umdnj.. (973) 972-7935.. Research, Health Disparities, Family Violence.. Contact.. Feedback.. Privacy Policy.. 2012 UMDNJ - School of Nursing - Campuses in.. Newark and Stratford New Jersey.. UMDNJ Sites.. UMDNJ Home.. My.. UMDNJ.. Search.. UMDNJ Research.. Centers and Institutes.. Stem Cell Resources.. Clinical Trial.. Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences.. New Jersey Dental School.. Robert Wood Johnson Medical School.. School of Nursing.. School of Osteopathic Medicine.. School of Public Health.. School of Health Related Professions.. Healthcare.. The University Hospital.. Robert Wood Johnson University Medical Center.. The Cancer Institute of New Jersey.. Broadway House for Continuing Care..

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  • Title: UMDNJ - School of Nursing - Staff Directory
    Descriptive info: SN Directory (Staff).. Shakira Adams.. Program Assistant.. Student Affairs Department.. adamssa@umdnj.. SSB 1123 1123.. (973) 972-4288.. Assists the Assistant Dean of Student Affairs.. Supports the Center for Academic Success, Recruitment, and Alumni Affairs efforts.. Supervisor: Donna Cill.. Carla Atkins-Bland.. Senior Management Assistant.. Office of the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs.. atkinsc@umdnj.. UEC 2051.. (856) 566-6145.. Provides administrative support to the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, the Assistant Dean for Clinical Affairs, MSN program, Accelerated BSN program, students, faculty and guests.. Manages SN Room Schedule for the Stratford Campus.. Supervisor: Marie O'Toole.. Martha L.. Bahamon.. Director of Development.. mbahamon@njhf.. org.. New Brunswick.. 120 Albany Street Suite 850.. (973) 679-4685.. (732) 247-0017 (fax).. Work closely with SN to ensure a strong financial foundation for the school.. Assist SN to identify, recruit, and cultivate potential individual donors as well as identify prospective corporate and private foundation support.. Develop proposals and case statements with assigned SN Faculty and Staff to secure funding for scholarships, priority programs, research, and capital needs.. Provide on-going stewardship support of gifts, oversee reporting requirements, conduct donor site visits and plan donor cultivation events.. Support SN Alumni Association with fundraising activities such as annual appeal, phonathons, and special events.. The Foundation of UMDNJ is here to help in any way we can and welcome all inquiries.. Michele Beckford.. Sr.. Financial Analyst.. Business Office.. beckfomm@umdnj.. SSB 1144.. (973) 972-8552.. Coordinates grant and restricted fund fiscal activities including Mobile Health.. Project and SN Academic Centers.. Analyzes financial and operational data and prepares financial reports.. Processes faculty & non-faculty effort reports.. Supervisor: Maria Peralta.. Mirza Bright.. Office of the Dean.. brightmp@umdnj.. SSB 1141A.. (973) 972-1607.. Maintains and organizes the Dean's calendar including meetings, conferences and travel.. Organizes and maintains incoming correspondence, including documents requiring the Dean's signature.. Acts as liaison and point of contact for students, faculty, administrators and other key parties.. Maintains and schedules Dean's conference room and updates SN Master Vacation Calendar.. Supervisor: Susan Salmond.. Faithann Brown MBA.. Director, Center for Academic Success.. brownfy@umdnj.. SSB 1124C.. (973) 972-9624.. Manages and provides appropriate, comprehensive support services for all students to promote success; provides new students with transition support and resources.. Facilitates faculty referrals and manages scheduling of individual and small group tutoring sessions.. Coaches students in the development or refinement of skills in time management, organization, reading, studying and testing.. Provides instruction in style and mechanics of writing.. Provides advisement to the Student Government Association; coordinates student ambassadors.. Varun 'Vern' Chhibber.. Information Systems Support Specialist.. Technology Support Services.. chhibbva@umdnj.. SSB GB-01A.. (973) 972-6693.. Technology support.. Hardware/Software/AV.. IT Projects.. Grant and special program support.. Supervisor: Patrick Mattis.. Sdelmira Cifuentes.. Temp Research Assistant.. Cheryl Clancy MSN, MS, RN, NE-BC.. Student Nurse Recruiter.. Academic Support Services.. clancyc1@umdnj.. UEC 2055.. (856) 566-6178.. Recruitment for all SN programs and specialties in-house, online and off-site.. Student resume reviews and interview techniques.. Mae Concannon BSN, MBA, RN.. Coordinator of Student Recruitment.. Student Affairs.. concanmg@umdnj.. SSB 1145.. (973) 972-7014.. Reviews BSN candidates as a member of the Admissions Committee.. Alysse Congiusta.. Financial Coordinator.. congiuam@umdnj.. SSB 1127E.. (973) 972-8642.. Supports the Business Office.. Reviews/Processes Check Requests, TA/TEs, Honoraria, POs and Invoices.. Records/Maintains Timesheets, Time Off Requests and Tuition Reimbursements.. Assists with year-end PO closures.. Ragini Darshan BA.. Budget Analyst I.. darshara@umdnj.. SSB 1143A.. (973) 972-0893.. Provide financial support services related to student activities/issues.. Review and analyze financial information and prepare monthly financial statements.. Review and report on monthly non-salary expenditures.. Review and analyze tuition revenue and create reports for projection and budgetary purposes.. Supervisor : Maria Peralta.. Felicia Dawson.. Driver/ Certified Nurse Assistant.. New Jersey Children's Health Project.. dawsonfe@umdnj.. SSB 749.. (973) 972-8929.. (973) 972-8550 (fax).. Assists with patient registration, scheduling, collection of vital signs and compliance with HIPAA requirements.. Handles mobile van usage, maintenance and repair.. Inventories clinical supplies and assures safekeeping of all things van-related.. Supervisor:.. Phoebe Del Boccio.. SSB GA.. Thomas DiStefano.. Coordinator - Multimedia Design.. disteftp@umdnj.. SSB GB-01F.. (973) 972-7025.. Updates and maintains the School of Nursing web site.. Creates online surveys and RSVPs for School events.. Designs hard-copy and electronic marketing materials as well as posters for School events and for faculty conference presentations.. Mila Dunbar MBA.. Executive Assistant to the Dean.. dunbarm1@umdnj.. SSB 1142.. (973) 972-8644.. Coordinates follow-up process for communications between SN departments  ...   and projects.. Mandatory compliance training.. Student Criminal Background Checks.. SN personnel database and directory.. Supervisor: Wendy Ritch.. Lynn McFarlane.. Director.. Marketing and Communications.. mcfarlld@umdnj.. SSB 1143.. (973) 972-8539.. Coordinates all marketing and publicity efforts for the School.. Monitors SN representation on social media and nursing sites.. Assists the Alumnae Association with fundraising and events.. Qadrriyyah McKinnis.. Community Health Worker - Jordan and Harris Community Health Center.. Sherri Lynn Moose.. moosesl@umdnj.. SSB 1127C.. (973) 972-8416.. (973) 972-7780 (fax).. Prepare and administer Memoranda of Understanding Clinical Contracts ('large' MOUs).. Prepare and administer Memoranda of Understanding for individual Masters students' clinical contracts ('small' MOUs).. Assist Business Office and other areas as needed.. Nadya Morris-Hackett BSN, RN.. Clinical Lab Facilitator.. morrisnm@umdnj.. (973) 972-0905.. Assist, manage and evaluate students in the clinical lab.. Collaborate with the clinical lab and simulation coordinator to develop and schedule practice sessions.. Work with faculty and CAS to identify student barriers to program success and contribute to the development and implementation of targeted interventional strategies for theoretical and clinical practice issues.. Set up, participate in and break down the clinical and simulation labs for lab experiences and practice sessions.. Supervisor: Debora Tracey.. Irene Mwangi.. Research Assistant.. mwangiim@umdnj.. (973) 972-1847.. Zoon Naqvi EdM, MHPE, MD.. Program Support Coordinator.. naqvizo@umdnj.. (973) 972-9247.. Evaluation of courses, clinicals, labs, services and programs.. Student learning assessment.. Surveys, evaluation plans and reaccreditation activities.. Data collection, analysis, synthesis and reporting.. Jana L.. Nelson MA.. Program Director.. Center for Academic Success.. nelsonjl@umdnj.. (856) 566-6167.. Facilitates faculty referrals and manages scheduling of individual and small group tutoring sessions.. Coaches students in the development or refinement of skills in time management, organization, reading, studying and testing.. Provides instruction in style and mechanics of writing; assists English Language Learners.. Supervisor: Donna Cill.. Deborah Pedretti.. Prelicensure Programs.. pedretdl@umdnj.. (973) 972-8634.. Assists the Assistant Dean of the Pre-licensure Programs.. Provides support for all Accelerated BSN Program faculty.. Supervisor: Denise Tate.. Susan Pepe.. Maria Peralta MBA.. Business Administrator.. peraltmc@umdnj.. SSB 1135.. (973) 972-8569.. Provides senior level managerial support to SN administration for smooth operations of the school's financial activities.. Plans, implements and oversees financial activities in areas of expense requests and processes, budget development, financial reporting, accounting, payroll, internal audit, faculty practice plan, tuition and fees to ensure schools' overall compliance with University's related policies and precedures.. Functions as chief liaison regarding financial issues and business activiteis with Central Administration departments.. Provides oversight of the school's grant activities including budget development for grant applications and post award analysis and activities.. Thomas Porvaznik.. porvazta@umdnj.. (856) 566-2716.. Supports the MSN faculty and staff.. Handles some purchase requisitions for Stratford.. Covers the evening hours to support MSN night classes.. Latasha Pugh.. Administrative Assistant.. pughla@umdnj.. SSB 1127.. (973) 972-9896.. Maureen Puzio.. Sr Financial Analyst.. puziomk@umdnj.. SSB 1136.. (973) 972-3220.. Analyzes financial and operational data/variances and prepares financial statements.. Annual budget preparation and Spreadsheet budgeting.. Coordinates Faculty Practice activities and distributions.. Analyzes and reviews SN faculty, staff and adjunct faculty salary expenditures.. Prepares required annual audit schedules and oversees/reviews year-end purchase order closures.. Barbara Robinson.. Michael J Sclafani RN, MS, M.. Ed.. Nurse Clinician.. Msclafani@health.. essexcountynj.. (973) 571-2885.. (973) 571-2934 (fax).. Psychiatric Mental Health.. Betty Terry.. Center for Lifelong Learning.. terrybe@umdnj.. SSB 1127B.. (973) 972-6655.. Coordinates all aspects of continuing education programs.. Produces annual report of CLL activities.. Provides office coverage for the Dean's Suite.. Cheryl Thiemann MPA.. Executive Assistant to the Dean of Research.. thiemacl@umdnj.. (973) 972-9588.. Maureen Thomas.. Doctoral Programs.. thomasm5@umdnj.. SSB GA-227.. (973) 972-7448.. Acts as a liaison between SN's personnel based in the Cancer Center/GA and University offices/services.. Supports 2 doctoral programs: DNP and Joint PhD, and research faculty.. Supports 2 centers: NJ Center for Evidence-Based Practice and SSB Multicultural Center.. Supports 2 departments: Acute Continuum of Care and Capacity Building Systems.. Provides customer service to faculty, students and visitors regarding programmatic issues.. Supervisors: Dr.. Barbara Caldwell, Dr.. Mercedes Echevarria, Dr.. Cheryl Holly, Dr.. Dula Pacquiao.. Lynette Tompkins.. Administrative Assistant - GA Level.. tompkily@umdnj.. SSB GA 213.. (973) 972-6852.. (973)972-8947 (fax).. Ellen Van Fossen MSN, APN, C.. Clinical Placement Coordinator.. vanfoset@umdnj.. (856) 566-7049.. Davida Wedington.. Principal Management Assistant.. wedingda@umdnj.. UEC 2052.. (856) 566-2714.. Management and coordination of the Office.. Assists with recruitment and hiring of faculty and staff.. Support ABSN and MSN faculty and students..

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  • Title: UMDNJ-School of Nursing
    Descriptive info: Job Openings @ SN.. Page updated 09/18/12.. The School of Nursing at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ) provides unique opportunities in teaching, scholarship, clinical practice and multidisciplinary collaboration.. Innovative.. academic offerings.. include bachelor's, master's, post-master's and doctoral degree programs that are preparing nurse leaders of today and tomorrow.. at the school offer continuing education, advance the practice of nursing, promote cultural competency in healthcare, and provide education, training and healthcare services nationally and internationally to fight HIV/AIDS.. Outreach.. programs include a.. mobile healthcare clinic.. serving cities in northern NJ and a.. community health center.. in the southern part of the state.. We are seeking faculty and staff to join our dynamic team.. Applications are invited for the positions listed below.. Featured Positions.. _____________________.. UMDNJ-School of Nursing continues to admit students to all of its academic programs as we move toward integration into Rutgers University, effective July 1, 2013.. Students admitted to our programs will continue with the curriculum under which they were admitted.. _______________________.. UMDNJ offers New Jersey’s largest nursing education program enrolling the highest number of BSN, MSN, and DNP students in the state and our academic programs continue to grow.. We are seeking dynamic individuals to join our faculty and staff team.. Available Immediately.. Coordinator of Student Nurse Recruitment, Newark, NJ.. Job Number: 12NS973162.. Salary Range: PS29S: $65,243.. 00 - $78,811.. 00 - $94,000.. 00.. The Coordinator of Student Nurse Recruitment will design and implement effective strategies and programs to attract qualified applicants in line with enrollment goals for our BSN, MSN, DNP and PhD programs on the Newark campus.. The Coordinator will also collaborate with colleagues to support applicant progress through the admissions and enrollment process and support student retention efforts.. The Coordinator will also develop and implement strategies to encourage graduates to return for additional academic studies at our school.. The Coordinator will have primary responsibility for recruitment on the Newark campus, while providing guidance and oversight to the Nursing Student Recruiter at the Stratford Campus.. Specific duties include:.. Hosting and promoting information sessions, open houses and other events for prospective students.. Representing the school and marketing its academic programs at externally sponsored events such as career and education fairs, meetings and nursing conventions,.. Collaborating with Marketing,  ...   Nursing or a related profession is highly preferred.. For those holding a baccalaureate degree, the position requires (3) years of related experience, or (2) years of related experience with a Master's Degree.. Professional experience involving undergraduate and graduate student recruitment and retention initiatives is preferred; other recruitment experience may be substituted.. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office suite including Excel and Access.. Requires experience and skill in database development and manipulation including data entry, queries and report writing.. Additional related experience may be substituted for the degree on a year- to-year basis.. NEW JERSEY FIRST ACT/RESIDENCY LAW.. Employment at UMDNJ is subject to the provisions of New Jersey First Act/ Residency Law which mandates new employees, who are not New Jersey residents, to establish primary residence in New Jersey within one year of their appointment, unless their position is on the exempt list or they successfully petition for exemption based on critical need or hardship.. Additional information.. TO APPLY.. Applications for staff positions at must be submitted online.. Apply online and reference the specific job number at.. http://umdnj.. hodesiq.. com/.. UMDNJ offers a competitive salary comprehensive benefits package including child care.. Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F/D/V.. For more information, visit www.. edu/hrweb.. Nursing Faculty.. Immediate openings are available in the following specialties.. NEWARK, NJ.. DNP program Faculty.. — must have earned doctorate in nursing, education, or related field.. Nurse Practitioner Faculty.. (various specialties)—full-time and part-time positions available, for MSN program.. BSN Faculty.. —seeking individuals to teach Adult Health, Pediatrics, Community Health, Mental Health, and Foundations courses.. Advanced Practice Nurse Faculty Clinicians.. —seeking NPs to staff our health clinics and teach limited courses.. Qualifications:.. Must hold appropriate NJ state licensing and appropriate national certification.. MSN degree required, doctoral degree preferred for nursing faculty positions.. Prior academic experience and demonstrated scholarship is a plus.. To Apply for faculty positions.. Please submit your CV with a letter of interest (noting the position and where you saw it advertised) to: Wendy A.. Ritch, MA, MTS, Assistant Dean for Administration, UMDNJ School of Nursing, 65 Bergen St.. , Suite 1127, Newark NJ 07101-1709 or via e-mail:.. sncareers@umdnj.. Staff Positions.. To search for open jobs,.. click here.. (select 'School of Nursing' in the Facility box) Follow the application intructions on the job posting..

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  • Title: UMDNJ-School of Nursing
    Descriptive info: Newark New Jersey.. A Renaissance City: The Point of Discovery.. The University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey-School of Nursing (UMDNJ-SN) has its northern campus located in Newark.. Students and faculty joining the UMDNJ community on the Newark campus discover a word-class university situated in a remarkable and vibrant city positioned within one of the most richly diverse population centers in the nation.. Newark is Northern New Jersey s central city and the third oldest city in the United States.. With such a rich history and a bright future, Newark is the Gateway to New Jersey and is currently emerging as the newest focal point of discovery in the New York metropolitan area.. Labeled as a Renaissance City, Newark is the financial, commercial, transportation and cultural nucleus of the Garden State and offers a rich variety of quality entertainment, dining, culture and sports.. UMDNJ-SN is one of eight schools within UMDNJ, New Jersey s only university of the health sciences and the largest such institution of its kind in the United States.. Located in the heart of Newark s University Heights, UMDNJ is surrounded by four other institutions of higher learning including.. New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT).. ,.. Rutgers University-Newark.. Seton Hall University School of Law.. and.. Essex County College.. In addition, the area is home to the.. Graduate Center of Newark.. , a collaborative effort of UMDNJ, NJIT and Rutgers-Newark for advanced studies in a variety of disciplines.. More than 44,000 undergraduate and graduate students engage their studies in Newark.. Culture.. The Newark Museum.. - founded in 1909, The Newark Museum underwent an extensive renovation and expansion in the late 1980s headed by world famous architect Michael Graves.. The Museum complex, the largest in New Jersey, weaves together 80 galleries of art and science, a mini zoo, planetarium, gift shops, cafe, auditorium, sculpture garden, schoolhouse and the Ballantine House, a restored 1885 mansion that is a National Historic Landmark.. The Museum houses the finest collection of Tibetan art in the country.. Newark is also home to a number of other museums and art galleries including.. Aljira.. , a Center for Contemporary Art that features exhibitions and educational programs that promote cross-cultural dialog and.. City Without Walls.. a not-for-profit art gallery that offers career development opportunities to new and emerging artists while providing the public a chance to understand and enjoy challenging contemporary art.. Business.. Newark s business center offers an extensive array of fortune-five-hundred companies as well as local non profit agencies and renowned health care facilities.. For businesses, Newark offers top-of-the-line technology, with a sophisticated infrastructure including a modern communications grid, ample power supply and fiber-optic wiring.. Along with UMDNJ, other businesses that call Newark home include Prudential Financial, Verizon, Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey,  ...   Within public radio, WBGO is regarded as a leader because of its ground-breaking work in community and volunteer involvement, special events, and the presentation of jazz including collaborations with local artists.. Other Points of Interest.. Among Newark s other landmarks are the.. Newark Public Library.. , the state s largest library, the.. New Jersey Historical Society.. , a museum and library that preserve s the state s political, social cultural and economic history and.. Symphony Hall.. , listed on the National Register of Historic places and a venue for concerts, performances, banquets and meetings.. Newark is also home to the.. Weequahic Golf Course.. , a tree-lined, 18-hole public golf course built in 1914 by George Low, that boasts rolling hills and beautiful vistas and.. Branch Brook Park.. , the first county park to be opened for public use in the United States.. Created by Frederick Law Olmsted and John Charles Olmsted, Branch Brook is one of the finest examples of landscape architecture.. Adorned with 2,700 Japanese trees, the park is nationally known for its Cherry Blossom Festival which rivals the collection in Washington DC's Tidal Basin.. Discover Dining.. Because Newark is one of the most richly diverse population centers, the city is abound with a variety of multi-cultural restaurants.. From the elegant to the ordinary, Newark features hundreds of fine restaurants from Italian, Barbecue, Japanese to Caribbean, Chinese and Indian.. Just to the east of Newark s Pennsylvania Station is the.. Ironbound District.. , named for the railroad tracks that border the area.. Its European flavor is derived from Iberian and Latin American immigrants.. The area s main thoroughfare, Ferry Street, as well as surrounding streets are noted for Portuguese, Spanish and Brazilian restaurants and bakeries.. Paella, garlic flavored seafood, sangria and Rodizio (barbecued meat), are just a few of the authentic specialties that have out-of-towners flocking to the area.. Transportation.. With the development of the Train-to-Plane, Newark now boasts one of the most streamlined transportation systems in the world with incomparable road, rail, sea and air connections.. The city encompasses:.. Newark Liberty International Airport.. , which serves 37 airlines, making 300,000 flights with 30 million passengers a year;.. Penn Station.. , built in 1932, that stands as both a historical and functional landmark for New Jersey's rail and bus systems which services both Amtrak and New Jersey Transit trains and is a gateway to points throughout New Jersey as well as New York, Boston, Washington, Florida and other destinations nationwide.. There is also a wealth of options to get to and from the city, including major highway connections,.. Amtrak's Northeast Corridor Line.. , and.. PATH.. trains which feature 15- minute train rides to and from downtown Manhattan.. Newark also is home to Port Newark/Elizabeth, the largest container shipping complex in the east..

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  • Title: UMDNJ - School of Nursing | Policies
    Descriptive info: | Policies.. School of Nursing Policies.. Mobile Health Project (01).. ADMINISTRATIVE.. 06-01-01-01:00.. After Hours Coverage.. 06-01-01-02:00.. Chart Reconciliation.. 06-01-01-03:00.. Competency Assessment.. 06-01-01-04:00.. Daily Operations.. 06-01-01-05:00.. Employee Time and Attendance.. 06-01-01-06:00.. Fire Safety, Prevention and Evacuation.. 06-01-01-07:00.. Incident Report.. 06-01-01-08:00.. Inclement Weather.. 06-01-01-09:00.. Licensure, Registration and Certification.. 06-01-01-10:00.. Lost or Stolen Prescription Pads.. 06-01-01-11:00.. Mobile Healthcare Project Staffing.. 06-01-01-12:00.. Mobile Healthcare Unit.. 06-01-01-13:00.. Practitioner Privilege/Authorization/Prescribing.. 06-01-01-14:00.. Staff Orientation and Education and Training.. 06-01-01-15:00.. Timely Completion of Medical Records.. 06-01-01-16:00.. Workplace Violence.. ETHICS, RIGHTS RESPONSIBILITIES.. 06-01-01-30:00.. Access of Individuals to Protected Health Information.. 06-01-01-31:00.. Complaints and Grievances.. 06-01-01-32:00.. Patient Confidentiality.. 06-01-01-33:00.. Photographing/Taping/Interviewing of Patients.. ENVIRONMENT OF CARE.. 06-01-01-40:00.. Carbon Monoxide and Smoke Detector Inspection.. 06-01-01-41:00.. Disposal of Expired Medications.. 06-01-01-42:00.. Disposal of Sharp and Other Regulated Waste.. 06-01-01-43:00.. Guide on Care and Transportation of Re-useable Patient Care Equipment.. 06-01-01-44:00.. Infection Control.. 06-01-01-45:00.. Refrigeration and Storage of Perishables.. PROVISION OF CARE.. 06-01-01-60:00.. Anaphylaxis.. 06-01-01-61:00.. Code Blue – Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation.. 06-01-0162:00.. Eye Wash.. 06-01-01-63:00.. Patient Family Education.. 06-01-01-64:00.. Pain Management.. Specialty Track – Anesthesia (02).. 06-01-02-01:00.. Academic Standards.. 06-01-02-02:00.. Accreditation Status.. 06-01-02-03:00.. Admission Requirements.. 06-01-02-04:00.. Clinical Attendance.. 06-01-02-05:00.. Clinical Care Plans.. 06-01-02-06:00.. Clinical Case Logging.. 06-01-02-07:00.. Clinical Credentials.. 06-01-02-08:00.. Clinical Documentation.. 06-01-02-09:00.. Clinical Infection Control.. 06-01-02-10:00.. Clinical on Call Experience.. 06-01-02-11:00.. Clinical Standards.. 06-01-02-12:00.. Clinical Supervision.. 06-01-02-13:00.. Congruency of Policies.. 06-01-02-14:00.. Didactic Attendance.. 06-01-02-15:00.. Employment of Student Nurse Anesthetists.. 06-01-02-16:00..  ...   Verification and Tracking of Clinical Faculty Licenses, Certifications and Registrations.. 06-01-04-02:00.. Graduate Student Clinical Placement Process.. 06-01-04-03:00.. Selection of Clinical Sites and Preceptors.. Academic Affairs (05).. 06-01-05-01:00.. Satisfactory Academic Progress.. 06-01-05-03:00.. Graduate Program Application Review.. 06-01-05-04:00.. Credit Transfer for Master’s Completion.. 06-01-05-05:00.. Graduate Credit by Portfolio.. 06-01-05-06:00.. Non-matriculated Status for Graduate Programs.. 06-01-05-07:00.. Compliance with Student Immunizations Health Requirements.. 06-01-05-08:00.. Academic Grade Appeal.. 06-01-05-09:00.. Students pursuing two MSN Specialty Tracks.. 06-01-05-10:00.. Student Absences from Clinical Experiences.. 06-01-05-11:00.. Unsatisfactory, Unsafe or Unethical Student Clinical Practice.. 06-01-05-12:00.. Baccalaureate Student Absences from Courses, Learning Laboratory Experiences and Examinations.. 06-01-05-13:00.. Student Essential Functions.. 06-01-05-14:00.. Graduate Student Absences from Courses and Examinations.. 06-01-05-15:00.. Faculty and Student Electronic Communications.. 06-01-05-16:00.. Graduate Program Student Leadership Scholarship.. 06-01-09-01:00.. Faculty/Student Honor Code.. Human Resources (06).. 06-01-06-01:00.. Process for Hiring Staff.. Research Scholarship (07).. Student Affairs (08).. 06-01-08-01:11.. Academic Ambassadors (in review).. 06-01-08-02:11.. Community Ambassadors (in review).. 06-01-08-03:11.. Criteria for Faculty Ambassadors (in review).. 06-01-08-04:11.. Faculty Referrals (in review).. Rights and Responsibilities (09).. 06-01-09-02:00.. Faculty Pursuing Educational Programs.. 06-01-09-03:00.. Code of Conduct Compliance by Employees and Students.. + Policies that are in development or in review are not available at this time.. More Policies.. SN Student Handbook.. Important Policies for Students.. All University Policies.. School of Nursing Bylaws.. View UMDNJ Code of Conduct.. 2012 UMDNJ - School of Nursing - Campuses in Newark and Stratford New Jersey..

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  • Title: UMDNJ - School of Nursing | Safety Communications
    Descriptive info: 'Refresh' this page for the latest School of Nursing info or look at the University wide communications systems below.. Refresh Now.. Sign up for Alerts.. Stuff Happens -Sign up for these things now.. Be Prepared.. Text Messaging to cell phones/email.. Sign up for.. Rave Alerts.. at.. (look in University-wide Toolbox).. We implemented the.. Rave-Guardian.. system, which allows you to set a walking alarm that, if not disabled by you, will alert Public Safety to the fact that you might need help.. Everyone with a UMDNJ email address is automatically signed up for UMDNJ emergency email alerts through Rave but you must set up your alert system with your cell phone information by.. CLICKING HERE.. , signing into the Portal and then completing your online profile.. Then you can set your alarm on your cell via a text message and disable it when you reach your destination OR receive assistance if you need it.. Great, right?!.. NJAlert.. com.. (Join the UMDNJSN group on this site).. SN has its own email/cell phone alert system.. for circumstances that are not necessarily emergencies but do have an impact on your life – like delayed openings due to inclement weather, building flooding that results in a temporary closure, etc.. If  ...   or 1260 AM.. Northern NJ.. - 880 AM or 710 AM.. Central NJ.. - 1450 AM or 98.. 3 FM.. Southern NJ.. - 1060 AM (Code: 615) or 97.. Recorded Message.. School closings or major emergencies can be listened to here.. UMDNJ Official Emergency Announcement Line.. 1-888-MY-UMDNJ (1-888-698-6365).. Newark/Scotch Plains - all Units except UH 973-972-4300.. Newark - University Hospital 973-972-0000.. Piscataway/New Brunswick/Somerset 732-235-4636.. Camden 856-757-9771.. Stratford 856-566-6187.. Download the.. Safety Fact Sheet and Wallet card.. (print it double sided).. Stay alert, don't walk and text.. Inclement Weather Procedures.. An Inclement Weather Day is declared when severe weather conditions cause the Campus/University to effect Inclement Weather Emergency operating procedures in order to maintain its services and programs.. UMDNJ Official Emergency Announcement Line: 888-MY-UMDNJ.. (888-698-6365).. Closing announcements by any federal, state or local governmental agency will not pertain to UMDNJ.. The University Hospital and UBHC Inpatient Services will remain operational on a seven-day, twenty-four hour schedule.. Due to the various locations of the University campuses, weather conditions will be evaluated individually at each campus and location, and the implementation of the Inclement Weather Emergency procedure at one campus or location may not necessarily affect another campus or location.. View.. Inclement Weather Procedures for Clinical Students (pdf)..

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  • Title: UMDNJ-School of Nursing - Sigma Theta Tau Omicron Pi Chapter Honor Society of Nursing
    Descriptive info: Honor Society.. Omicron Pi Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau.. Scholarships Available.. Deadline = March 1st, 2011.. View Details.. Omicron Pi.. is the UMDNJ-SN Chapter of the Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau.. The Society's Vision and Mission.. A Vision to Lead.. To create a global community of nurses who lead in using scholarship, knowledge and technology to improve the health of the world's people.. A Mission to Serve, Support and Improve.. Sigma Theta Tau International, Honor Society of Nursing provides leadership and scholarship in practice, education and research to enhance the health of all people.. We support the learning and professional development of our members, who strive to improve nursing care worldwide..  ...   believe that broadening the base of nursing knowledge through knowledge development, dissemination and use offers great promise for promoting a healthier populace.. We are committed to furthering nursing research in health care delivery and public policy.. We sustain and support nursing's development and provide vision for the future of nursing and health care through our network of worldwide community of nurse scholars.. We make available our diverse resources to all people and institutions interested in the scientific knowledge base of the nursing profession.. For more Information Contact:.. Patricia Hindin, PhD, CNM, President.. 374.. Omicron Pi Chapter.. UMDNJ, School of Nursing.. 65 Bergen Street - SSB 1013.. Newark, New Jersey 07101-1709.. Website:.. http://www.. omicronpi.. org/..

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