Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt licensed and non-licensed care providers are required to complete hospital-wide and unit specific competencies on an annual basis. The Children's Nursing Education Department (CNED) oversees this process for all in- and outpatient units.
Competencies are designed in partnership with each unit's leadership team and follow the Donna Wright Competency Model. This model seeks to improve engagement and outcome in the competency process by giving staff a variety of validation options, including Observation of Daily Work (ODW), Case Studies (CS), Mock Events (ME), 24/7 online education and testing and live events.
The 2017 competency and compliance process goes live January 2017. Staff will have until May 31st to complete any requirement.
VCH Float Pool | Holding Room, Pediatric Acute Care, & Radiology Recovery
Neonatal & Pediatric Transport | Neonatal Nurse Practicioner Transport Team
Neonatal Intensive Care | Newborn Nursery | Pediatric Cardiology
Pediatric Cardiology Intensive Care | Pediatric Emergency Department |
Pediatric Hematology & Oncology | Pediatric Intensive Care
Pediatric Medicine and Acute Care | Peri-operative & Operating Room Services
Surgery, Trauma, and Adolescent Medicine | Vascular Access Team
CHOC Float Pool | DOT 4 Pediatric Urology | DOT 4 Pediatric Orthopedics
DOT 5 Pediatric Cardiology | DOT 6 Hematology/Oncology Infusion | DOT 7 ENT
DOT 7 General Surgery | DOT 8 Primary Care | DOT 9 | DOT 10 GI
DOT 10 Pulmonary Nephrology | OHO Adolescent Medicine | OHO Allergy
OHO University Pediatrics | ECL
AFTER HOURS CLINICS
Jennifer Cotton, MSN, APRN, CPNP-PC
Maria Sullivan, MSN, RN, CNOR