Dr. Oakley seeks BSN Students for Paid Positions

Dr. Linda Oakley and the Nurses for Black Wellbeing (N4BW) research team are seeking currently enrolled UW-Madison BSN students to help deliver our assessment-survey-interview protocol in Madison neighborhoods. This is a great opportunity to practice your nurse encounter skills!

Range of job Activities:

  • Travel to Madison community health sites with the team
  • Use BP monitor, administer timed walking test, conduct brief interview
  • Assist participants with online survey

Students will need to attend team meetings, complete online compliance training and in person study training with the team and have scrubs and stethoscope. Having your own transportation is preferred, but not required.

Seeking nursing students good with, or interested in:

  • Communication
  • Clinical judgment
  • Active listening
  • Accurate documentation
  • Health equity

Students will be paid $15/hour  for approximately 4-8 hours/week.

We would like to hire up to 6 students.  Start date is ASAP– Positions ending May 2024

To Apply, send resume and brief introductory email to:
Mariana Garcia, Project Manager, mbgarcia2@wisc.edu

This post was authored by Kim Nolet on 09/29/2023.