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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.

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New Employee Orientation: A Multidisciplinary Approach

Presented by:

Judy Kenary, Ed.D, MBA, RN

Training and Education Specialist


  • Understand the multidisciplinary approach to new employee orientation

  • Identify the guiding principles within a new employee orientation

The commonwealth medicine mission
The Commonwealth Medicine Mission

To apply knowledge to improve health outcomes for those served by public health and human service programs.

Our values
Our Values

As a mission driven organization, we respond to our public sector clients with integrity, a commitment to excellence and a collaborative approach to developing innovative solutions.

The commonwealth medicine vision
The Commonwealth Medicine Vision

Commonwealth Medicine will distinguish UMass Medical School as the national leader in health sciences education, research, policy, and services critical to the public sector.

Correctional health orientation audience
Correctional Health Orientation Audience

  • Full Time

  • Part Time

  • Per Diem

Service area
Service Area

  • 17 Prison Facilities in Central Massachusetts

    • Minimum

    • Medium

    • Maximum

Healthcare environment
Healthcare Environment

  • Imbedded Health Services Units

  • Acute

  • Primary

  • Chronic

  • Geriatric

  • Medical Specialties

Orientation model critical thinking
Orientation Model Critical Thinking

Orientation model skill practice
Orientation Model Skill Practice

Teaching methods
Teaching Methods

  • Competency Skills Assessment

  • Lecture

  • Powerpoints, videos, webinars

  • Case Studies and Discussion

  • Role Play

  • Core Competency Testing

  • Skills Assessment Testing


  • Human Resources - Recruiter

    Benefits and Protocols

  • Senior Leadership - Executive Director


    Mission, Vision

    Employee Recognition


  • Technology - ADM


  • Payroll -ADM

    Work and Time Policy and Process

  • Employee Assistant Program - Director

    • Boundaries

    • Challenges of working in corrections

    • Services


  • Risk Management – JD

    Standards and Regulations



    Occurrence Reporting

    Complaint and Grievance Process

  • Diversity and Equal Opportunity-Rep

    Workplace cultural considerations


  • Infection Control – Infectious Disease MGR

  • Trends in Infectious Disease

  • Communicable Disease

  • Patient Care and Clinical Practice - CNO

  • Nursing Practice

  • Nursing Care and Patient Utilization

    Reinforce Risk Avoidance

    Reinforce Boundaries


  • Medical Practice – State Medical Director

    Significance of Critical Thinking

    “Vitals” of Vital Signs

    Role Play – Sick Call

  • Quality – Quality Nurse Reviewer

  • Staff Nurse from the “front-line”


  • Education and Training Specialist Clinical Practice Topics


    Assessment /Sick Call

    Medication Administration

    Emergency Management

    Skills Practice – Hands on

    IV’s, CPR, Cervical Collar, etc

Future plan
Future Plan

  • Simulations

    Medication line

  • Phlebotomy

  • EKG

Research opportunities
Research Opportunities

  • Retention

    Identify orientation factors that

    influence correctional clinical staff


  • Errors

    Identify the occurrences of nurses

    within the first 6 months of employment

    to explore new implications of employee orientation


  • Recognize we hold a tremendous amount of knowledge and expertise

  • Create a Nursing Correctional Health Orientation and Training Framework

  • Begin conversations with the education organizations within your areas to create correctional training curriculums within their institutions.