The Kansas City VA Medical Center is currently recruiting for the Registered Nurse PMDB Coordinator position located in our in our Learning Organization Service Line. The Prevention and Management of disruptive Behavior (PMDB) Program Coordinator is responsible for a diverse range of activities involving support, growth and maintenance in the PMDB Training at the Kansas City VA. The duties of the PMDB Coordinator include, but are not limited to: - Coordination of PMDB training for the Kansas City VA employees, - Collaborates with facility leadership to ensure facility policies are compliant with the Joint Commission (TJC) and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requirements regarding workplace violence prevention training. - Prepares, reviews, and submits national reports regarding assignment and completion of PMDB training. - Uses Microsoft software (WORD, PowerPoint, Excel, Office, Database, Publisher, etc.) effectively to complete and manage correspondence, tracking, reporting, and education initiatives. - Knowledge in VA, TJC, OSHA and other guidelines associated with education and training in workplace violence preventions. - Coordinates with Facility Education in assignment of Level I PMDB training to all employees within 90 days of hire. - Coordinates with Facility Education in assignment of additional levels of PMDB training to employees based on the facility's annual Workplace Behavioral Risk Assessment (WBRA). - Coordinates with Facility Education to track training assignments and completions for the facility. - Facilitates the development CODE ORANGE Team & PMDB Level 4 training (Therapeutic Containment), as appropriate. - Submits training plans, assignments, and completions to the VHA Central Office (VHACO) PMDB Program per VHACO PMDB Program instructions. - Coordinates assignment of PMDB Facility Trainers to Level II, III, and IV classes, as appropriate. - Ensures PMDB Facility Trainers are initially certified by completing a Train-The-Trainer (TTT) course and then recertified via the annual PMDB Trainer Recalibration Conference or a Facility Trainer Recertification Assessment (FTRA) every 4 years. - Documents and tracks which levels each PMDB Facility Trainer is certified to teach to ensure they teach a sufficient number of classes in that level each year to maintain training skills. - Ensure facility Master Trainers perform requirements to maintain status and training skills. - Ensures employees assigned to Levels, II, III, and IV have sufficient methods, times, and opportunities to complete biennial skills assessments to determine if retraining is needed. - Coordinates fiscal, space, and human resources sufficient to conduct facility trainings at all levels. - Completes all appropriate documentation for local conference approval and travel necessary to implement the PMDB program. - Ensures access to all available PMDB training curriculum and training tools is available to Facility Trainers and Master Trainers. - Serves as a member of the Disruptive Behavior/Fugitive Felon Committee, completes a minimum of two Category I Behavioral Patient Record Flag and Order of Behavior Restriction re-reviews per month and attends all regularly scheduled meetings of the Disruptive Behavior/Fugitive Felon Committee. - Coordinates Workplace Behavioral Risk Assessment (WBRA) workgroup and serves as a member of the WBRA Work Schedule: M-F 8am-430pm Financial Disclosure Report: Not required FUNCTIONAL STATEMENT: REGISTERED NURSE: NURSE III, Prevention & Management of Disruptive Behavior (PMDB) Program Coordinator
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