IU Department of Radiation Oncology - Clinical Coordinator and Faculty Instructor
Indiana University Department of Radiation Oncology
May 1, 2018
Based On Experience
Full Time - Experienced
Allied Health, Radiation Therapy
Position Title: Clinical Coordinator
School/Program: Radiation Therapy Baccalaureate Degree Program
Indiana University School of Medicine
Health Professions Programs
Department of Radiation Oncology
Summary: Assists with didactic and clinical curriculum development and its application. Assists the students with the integration and application of theory and practice. Correlates the scheduling of students to clinical education sites.
Participates in the clinical competency evaluation process.
Correlates clinical with didactic education.
Coordinates effectiveness of clinical education.
Maintains regular visits to the clinical education settings.
Participates in curriculum review.
Coordinates laboratory sessions.
Reviews clinical evaluations with students during and at the conclusion of each semester or summer session.
Teaches specific courses in the program, preparing course outlines, objectives, and evaluations of student progress.
Participates in team teaching.
Participates in student recruitment activities.
Serves on the Radiation Therapy Program Admissions and Advisory committees.
Serves as a liaison between the clinical education sites and the radiation therapy program.
Serves as a liaison between clinical supervisors, clinical instructors, and the students.
Assists the Program Director with disciplinary actions.
Monitors and summarizes student clinical evaluations.
Performs periodic review and revision of the clinical course materials within consultation with the Program Director.
Counsels pre-HPP and radiography students interested in the radiation therapy program.
Coordinates shadowing experiences of prospective students.
Maintains current knowledge of the radiation therapy program policies, procedures, and student progress.
Orients newly appointed clinical supervisors and clinical instructors
Maintains current knowledge of radiation therapy practice through continuing professional development in the pursuit of scholarly activities.
Manages the revision and updates to the Radiation Therapy Program clinical manual and evaluation forms.
Maintains student clinical records and documentation.
Minimum Baccalaureate Degree, Masters preferred
Must be credentialed in Radiation Therapy by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.
Must hold an Indiana State Department of Health Radiation Therapy License
Must have three years of full time experience as a Radiation Therapist.
Must document two years of experience as an instructor in a JRCERT accredited educational program.
Must demonstrate proficiency in instruction, curriculum design, program planning, counseling, supervision, and evaluation.
Internal Number: RAON 5898
About Indiana University Department of Radiation Oncology
Through medical education and research programs, the Department of Radiation Oncology at IU School of Medicine is helping to create better ways of treating diseases that are amenable to radiation therapy and training tomorrow’s leading radiation oncologists, physicists and radiation therapists. Department faculty treat a wide variety of cancers and take seriously the commitment to ensure that patients have access to quality, state-of-the-art radiation oncology services.
The Department of Radiation Oncology at IU School of Medicine offers educational programming at all levels of training, including undergraduate radiation therapy training, MD courses, medical and physics residency programs, and a graduate dosimetry certificate program—all taught by accomplished experts in this field of medicine.
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