Clinical Instructor, School Of Nursing

Clinical Instructor, School of Nursing

Faculty/Department: Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences

Campus: Springhill


  • Arrange with MOH, HAAD and DHA Clinical / Work Placement Departments of Medical Education to get the approvals for the cohorts to be finalized before the beginning of each semester.
  • Provide an orientation for the students to the clinical sites including schedules (days and hours), parking, evaluation methods, and overall responsibilities.
  • Support faculty with the development and upgrade the objectives and competencies for clinical skills logbook and assessments.
  • Review the student’s portfolio in order to tailor activities based upon their previous exposure, goals and expectations, or areas of deficiency.
  • Identify and assign appropriate activities and projects that are in alignment with the objectives and competencies for the clinical rotation to enhance student learning.
  • Monitor student progress to ensure stated objectives are adequately addressed and met.
  • Serve as a role model and mentor for our health sciences student.
  • Answer student questions and serve as a resource to enhance student understanding clinical related issues. Share his/her knowledge and skills with the student.
  • Maintain student confidentiality.
  • Facilitate and/or seek interactions with the management and other health care professionals of clinical practice sites.
  • Assess student competence to identify strengths and address weaknesses. At a minimum, complete written and verbal mid- and final-rotation evaluations with the student to communicate student progress and address any areas of concern.
  • Complete a final "student placement evaluation" and report any concerns or issues to faculty.
  • Communicate with the Curriculum Leader and the Academic Chair with any concerns or questions regarding student progress as soon as issues arise.
  • The Clinical Instructor should be aware at all times that his/her role is diffuse as manager/teacher/mentor. The clinical instructor should strive to stimulate the student’s interest in all aspects of clinical practice and encourage innovative thinking and approaches to practice.
  • Other duties as assigned.


  • Possess a Bachelor in Nursing.
  • Posssess a Master in Nursing will be an additional advantage.
  • Possess post basic in Critical Care Nursing.


Deadline: 01 Nov 2023 | Last Update: 25 Sep 2023

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