Transplant Nursing Clinical Immersion Program
This Clinical Immersion Program (CLIP) allows you to partner with experienced Johns Hopkins transplant nurses for a unique clinical experience. You will begin your immersion experience on Friday, October 10, 2014 by attending the annual Johns Hopkins Comprehensive Transplant Center's Transplant Nursing Conference. At this conference clinical experts will discuss the state-of-the-art care of the complex patient undergoing a transplant, including heart, lung, kindey, liver, and recontructive transplantation. Learn more about this conference by clicking here.
The immersion experience then continues as you spend time with our transplant coordinators navigating the transplant process from beginning to end. You will learn and observe what our transplant team does every day and what our patients and families experience from this insiders view. Your observation experience can be customized to meet your interests and time constraints. Visit for one day or stay for 3-4 weeks. Your observership visit can include such experiences as:
- Outpatient coordinators and the transplant evaluation process
- General operating room time
- Immediate post-op patient recovery in the ICU
- Inpatient patient care
- Outpatient patient follow-up appointments in our Transplant Clinic
This Transplant Clinical Immersion Program, rooted in the spirit of collegiality and learning, will equip you the visiting nurse, with essential skills that will help you broaden your knowledge base and improve the care that you provide to your patients upon your return home. The CLIP program is designed for any nurse or facility who would like to learn more about organ transplantation and our Comprehensive Transplant Center. Come experience our best nursing practices and discover what makes us stand out among our nursing peers.
The Transplant Nursing Clinical Immersion Program is intended for non-Johns Hopkins nurses who would like to learn/observe in our hospital. We welcome practicing nurses, nurse managers and administrators, nurse educators, and nurse researchers. Proficiency in the English language is necessary to gain the most from this experience.
Johns Hopkins employees are welcome to sign up for the Transplant Nursing Conference via the following link: http://www.ijhn-education.org/content/transplant-nursing-conference-0
Tuition varies with the length and type of observership preferred. Contact Sheila Manuel-Ascano, email@example.com for details.
Cancellation policy: 100% refund if cancellation is at least 2 weeks prior to event, 50% refund if cancellation is 1 week prior to event. No refund if cancellation is less than 1 week prior to event.
ANCC contact hours may be provided upon request