CON Director, Morehead Center for Nursing Practice

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Director, Morehead Center for Nursing Practice Position Description Subsection: 3.2.12
Section 3.0 - Position Description Originating Date: June, 2007
Responsible Reviewing Agency:
Executive Council
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General Position Description

The Director of the Morehead Center for Nursing Practice (MCNP) provides vision and strategic leadership to increase the prestige and visibility of the College of Nursing (CON) academic nursing practices at the system, regional, and national level. The Director supports academic nursing practice activities throughout the CON to assure optimal education, research, and fiscal outcomes from faculty practice. The faculty practice activities of the CON include the Academic Nursing Clinics, contracts for faculty practice services, health services research and evaluation, and practices developed and managed by the MCNP.

Organizational Relationship

The Director of the MCNP reports to the Dean in his or her administrative role. In addition, s/he is a member of the faculty assigned to a department or division where s/he participates in the tripartite faculty roles of teaching, research, and service. The Director collaborates with the department chairs and division assistant deans in the areas of faculty practice. The Director collaborates with the Associate Dean for Research in areas related to clinical scholarship. The Director collaborates with the Assistant Dean of Informatics and Learning Technologies in areas related to data and information management for clinical and faculty practices.

Responsibilities of the Position

  • Provide leadership in developing the CON strategic vision for practic

Appointment Requirements

  • Earned doctorate in nursing preferred.