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Postdoctoral position to study developmental biology in the lung at the Bhandari Lab at The Children’s Regional Hospital at Cooper/Cooper University Health Care. The focus of the lab is in understanding the mechanisms of maturation and hyperoxia-induced injury and repair in the developing lung. The project combines genetic, molecular and cellular approaches using transgenic and knockout murine models and in vitro work. The research will be conducted under the supervision of Vineet Bhandari, MD, DM, in the Department of Pediatrics.
Participate in the planning and execution of experiments, analysis, and interpretation data
Be technically sound with neonatal mouse physiology (specifically lung development), dissection, transgenic techniques and most modern molecular and cellular techniques including RNA sequencing, but not limited to cell culture, immunostaining and small animal handling, breeding and management of mouse colonies
Prepare manuscripts and grant applications
Conduct independent scholarly research and develop new methods and protocols
Acquire technical, lab management and grant writing skills
Participate in seminars, lectures, poster sessions and presentation at national meetings
Supervise junior lab members
Assist with other research projects as needed
This position has a strong emphasis on customer service to our patients.
Must ensure quality patient scheduling, positive telephone etiquette and customer
satisfaction in support of the mission of Cooper University Hospital.
Serve as the front line contact person for all incoming patients.
Greet, register, schedule, collect point of service copays and provide general information to
patients and their families using AIDET.
Must have the ability to be organized, take independent action and project Cooper’s values
to both customer and co-workers.
Serves as patient’s non-clinical navigator during discharge coordination.
The Registered RN is a professional care-giver who, as a member of a multidisciplinary health care team, assumes responsibility and accountability for a group of patients for a designated time frame and who supervises and provides care to these patients utilizing the nursing process including the therapeutic use of self.
- Follows established policies and procedures.
- Communicates openly with internal customers and supervisors.
- Provides excellent customer service interfacing well with all levels of staff, management and physicians.
- Applies Cooper core values.
- Assumes responsibility and accountability for a group of patients for a designated timeframe.
- Evaluates patients, implements and documents nursing care.
- Assists physicians during examinations and procedures.
- Performs various patient tests and administers medications utilizing the nursing process.
- Promotes patients' independence by establishing patient care goals and teaching patients and families to understand conditions, medications, and self-care skills.
Responsible for supporting the ED clinical team in provision of patient care. This includes environmental readiness, assistance with procedures/care, carrying out specific duties, and effective communication. Support departmental initiatives including but not limited to patient throughput and customer service initiatives.
Patient assessment, mechanical ventilatory support monitoring, non-invasive ventilation support, administration of medical gas delivery systems (i.e.: heliox, nitric, oxygen compressed air, etc...), humidification and aerosol therapy.
Airway management, delivery of aerosolized & instilled medications, chest physical therapy,vest therapy, IPV therapy, in-exsuffalator therapy, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, arterial blood gas acquisition & analysis.
Transcutaneous pc02 & po2 monitoring, pulse oximetry monitoring & trending.
Ventilatory weaning, peak flow monitoring, assist with bedside tracheostomies, and
bronchoscopy, internal and external patient transporting, patient and family education.
A nonexempt position responsible for performing a variety of duties in various ambulatory settings, including primary, multi-specialty, specialty practices.
May be involved in both the clinical and administrative areas including assisting providers with patient care, and handling clerical, environmental, and organizational tasks.
Provides information to patients so they may fully utilize and benefit from the clinical services.
Maintains working knowledge of regulatory standards and is accountable to sustain these standards in daily operations.
Clinical direction, oversight and competency review is provided by medical providers and ambulatory professional development team in coordination with office management.
Under the direction of a Registered Nurse (RN), assists with patients’ activities of daily living and plan of care. Communicates with and supports healthcare team, patients and/or patient’s family or significant other(s). Maintains and demonstrates high standards of professional ethics.
- Supports the activities of daily living to include bathing, dressing, grooming, oral care, feeding, toileting/hygiene, and assisting with mobility and transport. Demonstrates standard precautions including the care of patients in isolation and safe patient practice.
- Performs technical duties as directed by RN, such as phlebotomy, vital signs, point of care testing, EKGs, Foley catheter care specific to population served and documents appropriately.
- Identifies and communicates changes in patient’s status to RN and responds appropriately. Demonstrates standard precautions including the care of patients in isolation and safe patient practice.
- Reinforces education of patient and family/responsible party regarding individual care needs and safety issues.
- Participates in Cooper patient satisfaction initiatives and goals. Participates in the performance improvement activities. Assists in orientation of new hires.
- Completes annual unit-specific competencies by specified due date.
- Attends Staff Meetings when available for documents review of staff meeting minutes.
- Assists in admission, transfers and discharges of patients to and from the unit.
Assists in providing direct, indirect, and non-patient care responsibilities.
Assumes responsibility for record keeping, intra-departmental and interdepartmental communications, written and electronic medical record keeping.
Provide reading interventions to children that have mild, moderate and severe reading problems in an individual or small group setting. The Learning Therapist’s job is to serve (provide service), heal (remediate) and educate (both student and parent).