Clinical Staff Orientation
Office: Jacobsen Hall, Room 417
Titles to Attend: List of staff REQUIRED to attend Clinical Orientation
Clinical Staff will be scheduled for each of the following orientation programs depending on their level of patient contact:
Clinical Hands On Provider (CHOP) Orientation
The Clinical Hands On Provider (CHOP) Orientation is necessary education for new clinical hands-on care provider employees in order to function within guidelines of SUNY Upstate Medical University.
Please Note for 2016:
- Nursing staff report back to their unit after lunch on CHOP Fridays
- Vocera training is now held the week after NEO/CHOP
Prerequisite to Attending Nursing Services Orientation (NSO)
Nursing Services Orientation (NSO): University Hospital
Susan Mulcahey, MS, RN, Clinical Educator
Kris Brindak, MS, RN, CNS, CCRP, Clinical Educator
Nursing Services Orientation (NSO) is necessary education for new nursing and nursing support employees in order to function within guidelines of SUNY Upstate Medical University. NSO is a combination of Blackboard education and a classroom skills day. Depending on your job title, you will be assigned to attend either part of or all of this orientation program.
- When: Thursdays after NEO
- Where: University Hospital, Room 1328B
- Agenda: Nursing Services Orientation (NSO)
Multidisciplinary Orientation (MDO)
Tracy Fenner, Training & Development Specialist
Specific licensed, inpatient staff members require Multidisciplinary Orientation. This education introduces new employees to interdisciplinary practice at SUNY Upstate Medical University. This course must be completed via Blackboard within 60-days of hire.
CITI Institutional Review Board (IRB) Course
Fall and Injury Prevention Program
Additional information about Nursing at Upstate