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BSN Early Hire Program
TRAVERSE CITY MI 49696
Category: Health Care Industry
  • Your pay will be discussed at your interview

Job code: lhw-e0-90655865

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BSN Early Hire Program
**What is the BSN Early Hire Program?**


Munson Medical Center is seeking to pre-hire the finest nursing school graduates in 2018! Upon committing to a job at Munson Medical Center you will receive $7500, before you even begin your practice! Once you graduate you may choose to practice immediately as a graduate nurse or wait until you have passed your boards and practice as a registered nurse.


**What are the requirements of the program?**

All new BSN students who will be graduating in 2018 are eligible to apply for the program. Applications will be screened and interviews offered to selected students. Interviews are conducted by the Director of Nursing Practice and Professional Development.Once selected for a position, you will receive an offer and an agreement, specifying a three-year work commitment. Awards are made after acceptance and signing of the agreement. Use of the funds is at the discretion of the student and no accounting for use is required.


Award recipients will be asked their area of clinical interest in nursing practice. Then, interviews with applicable managers will be set up and positions determined. Every effort will be made to match the student with their preferred work area.


Award recipients are placed into full time positions with full employee benefits. These positions begin after graduation



**How do I apply?**



1. Complete an application

2. Submit your professional portfolio to Alyssa Breznau at abreznau@mhc.net . PDF or Word document attachments are preferred. Your professional portfolio should include:

1. Cover letter--Begin with "Dear Nurse Manager," and introduce yourself and your goals.

2. Resume--Include all education and experience, including dates. A list of clinical rotations is helpful when evaluating your experience in various areas of nursing practice.

3. Unofficial transcript--This can usually be obtained through your school's website. It is not necessary to pay for an official transcript through the university registrar.

4. Clinical narrative--See the instructions for the clinical narrative below.

3. Save your documents with the file names formatted in the following manner:

1. Last Name, First Initial Cover Letter (e.g., Breznau, A Cover Letter)

2. Last Name, First Initial Resume

3. Last Name, First Initial Transcript

4. Last Name, First Initial Narrative

4. Complete the electronic reference process as instructed by Human Resources.



**What is a clinical narrative?**


A clinical narrative is a written statement of actual nursing practice. It is a story of how you provided care for a patient and family. This could be how you prepared a patient and/or family for something that changed their lifestyle when they return home, such as an amputation; or it could be how you helped a young couple prepare for the eventual death of their two-year-old with leukemia.

Your narrative is the story of a patient care situation that is meaningful to you. It is one that caused you to reflect on your practice, and may continue to influence your practice as you confront similar situations. It is a good example of how your care made a difference in the outcome of a particular patient/family. You might say that you have grown in your professional practice as a result of this experience; that the relationship and interventions you shared reinforced what you already believed.


**What is the purpose of a clinical narrative?**


Simply stated, the purpose of a clinical narrative is to articulate your nursing practice. The purpose is also to see the growth and development you have made over time. This narrative assists you in reflecting on your practice.


**What should I write about my practice?**


Often nurses are not aware of their contributions to the care of the patient and family. They may not see missed opportunities or ways a situation could have been handled differently.

Writing about your clinical practice helps you reflect on that practice and relate experience to patient care situations in the future. It also brings to light the skills you currently possess.


**How do I begin to write this clinical narrative?**


Think of your most recent group of patients (maybe a primary patient). What did you do that you remember? This can be a patient that you cared for yesterday, last week or within the past year. How did you interact with that patient? Your narrative does not have to be one that involved a life-threatening situation. Choose one that involves your relationship with a patient and family. What did you and the patient plan for his or her care? Why did you make the choices you did? Write as though you are trying to have someone understand your practice.

**Should I write my narrative using the word "I"?**


Yes. This must be a first person narrative. It is always difficult to write about ourselves, but to describe your practice you have to think in terms of yourself. You are the one who made the difference, so talk about it and use the word "I."


**What should I do after I select a patient to write about?**


Sit down in a quiet place and write your story:

1. Set the scene - let the reader visualize your patient and the situation. Write one or two opening paragraphs.

2. Involve yourself early on in this scene.

3. Tell what you did, what you thought about and why you made the choices you did. Write two or three sentences. The assessment should be ongoing, based on feedback during the intervention with the patient and family.

4. As with any story, there is a beginning and an end. The reader should know what happened as a result of your intervention, and what this whole experience means to your practice or says to you about your practice.

As you proceed with the story, talk about your role with this patient, your assessment of the care that was needed, the care you gave (your intervention), how you involved the patient and family and the advocacy role you played with the patient. Include the reason(s) why you made the choices you did. What was your thought process? Talk about how you mobilized your resources or extended your intervention outside the hospital. As you write the narrative, you will realize how your care influenced the patient's outcome.



**Application Deadlines:**



+ January 31st 2018 for April/May 2018 Graduates

+ April 30th 2018 for August 2018 Graduates

+ June 30th 2018 for October 2018 Graduates

+ August 31st 2018 for December 2018 Graduates

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