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Nursing Adjunct Professor
Pfeiffer University is seeking an adjunct professor for the spring, 2015 semester, to teach NURS 322, Nursing Care of the Childbearing and Childrearing Family, in our traditional BSN program. This course examines concepts of maternal and neonatal health. The obstetrical health and illness continuum is explored from a developmental –perspective in the classroom and provides the opportunity to apply the nursing process in a variety of inpatient, outpatient, and communicating settings.
Adjunct Professor Nursing
Pfeiffer University is seeking an adjunct professor for the spring, 2015 semester, to teach NURS 420, Health Assessment for the Nursing Professional, in our RN-BSN program. This course addresses concepts and methods of comprehensive health assessment for evaluation of clients’ health status from a holistic perspective. Emphasis is placed on review of body systems, physical examination techniques and communication skills necessary to perform a holistic nursing assessment of clients across the life span. Student application occurs through participating in classroom activities, practice in a lab setting, in small group case discussions and in the clinical setting.
Assistant/Associate Professor - MFT
Pfeiffer University at Charlotte, North Carolina in the Division of Applied Health Sciences invites applications for a nine month position in the Marriage and Family Therapy Program at the Assistant/Associate Professor level beginning no later than August 2015 or January 2015 as available. The successful candidate will teach classes in Marriage and Family Therapy, provide clinical supervision of practicum and internships, and maintain a program of creative scholarship. The successful candidate will be expected to perform student academic and career advisement, and to be actively engaged in departmental, college, university, and professional service.