The Senior Practice Consultant - Interprofessional Practice Regulation provides direct support and counsel to the Executive Director, Policy, Regulation and Student Placements, Health Professions Strategy and Practice on all aspects of the work associated with inter-professional practice, clinical education, and regulatory consultation, including practice consultation related to clinical informatics. The Senior Practice Consultant (SPC) is responsible and accountable for providing provincial consultation on inter-professional health legislation, regulation, education, and practice. The SPC provides leadership and consultation to clinicians, leaders, and others as required on inter-professional practice, including professional regulations, standards, scope of practice, competency, clinical workforce support including relevant clinical education, policy, and inter-professional practice in clinical informatics for regulated and unregulated healthcare providers. The SPC develops and maintains strong working relationships with key internal and external stakeholders (including government, regulatory bodies, and academic institutions) in order to provide inter-professional health regulatory and practice consultation service and when required, leadership, to provincial committees, working groups, and initiatives/strategies. The SPC is also responsible for participation and when required, leadership in developing, implementing, and evaluating, inter-professional and health discipline specific policy, standards, guidelines, protocols, and education that align with strategic provincial direction; strategic provincial initiatives, particularly provincial clinical information systems and clinical informatics as it relates to inter-professional practice and regulation.
A minimum of a Master’s degree with a Bachelor’s degree in a regulated health discipline and appropriate Alberta licensing and designation. Minimum years of experience of 5 years in healthcare - clinical - practice consultation, leadership, and/or professional development role in an organization of significant size, complexity, and diversity. The incumbent will demonstrate a clear pattern of advanced professional and personal development. High level skill in Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Visio, Outlook, Project, Publisher, Skype, and SharePoint. Working knowledge of national and other provincial healthcare professional legislation, regulation, and standards. Practical experience in policy, procedure, protocol, and guideline development and education. Experience in planning, development, implementation, and evaluation of complex strategic local and provincial initiatives. Advanced knowledge and demonstrated application of project management and expert group facilitation. Proven ability to foster collaborative partnerships, build solid relationships, and achieve organizational goals with team members. Effective verbal and written communicator with strong organizational skills, client focused orientation and commitment to providing responsive, quality services.
Knowledge and experience of using a clinical information system in clinical practice. Knowledge and experience in using Adobe Captivate to develop eLearning.