New Employee Orientation: A Multidisciplinary Approach Presented by: Judy Kenary , Ed.D , MBA, RN Training and Education Specialist. Objectives. Understand the multidisciplinary approach to new employee orientation Identify the guiding principles within a new employee orientation.
Judy Kenary, Ed.D, MBA, RN
Training and Education Specialist
To apply knowledge to improve health outcomes for those served by public health and human service programs.
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Benefits and Protocols
Work and Time Policy and Process
Standards and Regulations
Complaint and Grievance Process
Workplace cultural considerations
Reinforce Risk Avoidance
Significance of Critical Thinking
“Vitals” of Vital Signs
Role Play – Sick Call
Assessment /Sick Call
Skills Practice – Hands on
IV’s, CPR, Cervical Collar, etc
Identify orientation factors that
influence correctional clinical staff
Identify the occurrences of nurses
within the first 6 months of employment
to explore new implications of employee orientation