Faculty Information Page
On behalf of Scripps Health, the Student Placements team welcomes you! Our goal is to provide students and faculty with meaningful, outcome-driven experiences. The information on this page provides an overview of the student placement process and covers affiliation agreements, student placement requests, and requirements for the rotation, instructor processes, and rotation information. Embedded within this page are hyperlinks that will open webpages and pertinent documents and information.
For questions, please contact us via email at StudentPlacements@ScrippsHealth.org or by phone at (858) 435-7161. Our normal business hours are Monday – Friday from 8:00am to 4:00 pm PST.
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Submit Placement Requirements in Complio
Per the affiliation agreement, requirements must be completed prior to the start of the rotation. Requirements are due at least three weeks prior to the rotation start date. Scripps uses Complio to manage and track requirements. Complio is an online compliance management system. All instructors are required to complete and submit all requirements in Complio. (Even if instructors will not be onsite with the students, or are Scripps Health employees, all instructors must complete all requirements in Complio).
Overview of Requirements*:
- • Successfully pass Background Check and Drug Screen (10 panel) from American Databank
- • Provide evidence of certification in Basic Life Support** (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) at the professional level through the American Heart Association
• Complete the following Scripps eCourses:
- • Culture of Safety Infection Prevention for Students and Faculty
- • Safety in the Workplace for Students and Faculty
- • Scripps Corporate Compliance Program for Students and Faculty
- • Nursing Students and Faculty Orientation (Nursing Students Only)
- • Respiratory Therapy Students and Faculty Orientation (Respiratory Therapy Students Only)
- • Immunizations: Provide evidence of immunity for Measles(Rubeola), Mumps and Rubella (MMR), Varicella (Chicken Pox), Tuberculosis (TB), Hepatitis B, Tetanus/Diphtheria Pertussis (TDap), and influenza (flu) immunization (starting in November of each year) which includes the following information:
Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR): acceptable proof is any one of the following:
- • 2 doses of the MMR vaccine dated at least 28 days apart
- • Positive titers for Measles, Mumps and Rubella
- • Positive titers for Measles and Mumps and 1 dose of MMR vaccine
Varicella (Chicken Pox): acceptable proof is any one of the following:
- • 2 doses of the Varicella vaccine dated at least 28 days apart
- • Positive Varicella titer
Tuberculosis (TB) Screening: acceptable proof is any one of the following:
- • Negative annual PPD TB skin
- • Negative annual IGRA blood
- • If there is a known history of having a positive TB skin test or TB blood test, or are newly positive, submit proof of a negative (normal) chest x-ray AND TB Symptom Screening Questionnaire, in addition to the positive test. The TB Symptom Screening Questionnaire will expire annually.
Hepatitis B: acceptable proof includes one of the following:
- • Positive Hepatitis B titer
- • Hepatitis B 3 shot series. Note: Dose 1 and dose 2 of the initial and repeat series must be dated at least 28 days apart. Dose 2 and dose 3 of the initial and repeat series must be dated at least 4 months apart.
- • The Hepatitis B declination form: Hepatitis B Declination
Flu Vaccination or Declination with mask required (starting in November each year):
• Provide proof of influenza immunization
- • Flu stickers will be issued to the instructor to provide to the student(s)
• The flu sticker must be worn on the student’s badge
• Sign a declination form: Flu Declination
- • A mask must be worn while working in a patient care area
- • Masks are required through the end of flu season
- • Student Placements will update the Consortium discussion board with notice of end date
- • Sign a declination form: Flu Declination
TDap Vaccination: Proof of immunization
- • Review and Sign Scripps Confidentiality and Non-Disclosure Agreement
- • Review and Sign HIPPA Acknowledgement HIPPA Brochure and HIPPA Acknowledgement
- • Review and Sign Social Media Agreement Social Media Agreement
- • Review the Scripps Health Dress Code
- • Review the Scripps Injury Protocol
*Requirements are subject to change.
**applies to students participating in patient care only
New or Returning Nursing Instructors – Additional Requirements
Nursing and allied health instructors who have not attended a rotation at Scripps Health in 12 months are considered returning instructors.
All New and Returning Nursing Instructors who will be onsite with students must attend Mandatory Skills Validation, and submit their certificate of completion in Complio. Please contact Student Placement to schedule a date for Skills Validation. This must be completed prior to the start of the placement.
Continuing Instructors – Additional Requirements
Nursing and allied health instructors who have completed the new instructor process and have had a placement at Scripps Health in the last 12 months attending rotations with students are required to maintain their requirements and provide updated documentation if requirements expire.
Nursing instructors must revalidate their Glucometer point of care testing annually. If you need to revalidate this point of care testing, then please contact the unit manager the first day of the placement to be revalidated by the appropriate staff member on the unit. Once the instructor is signed off, access to the glucometer will be re-activated.
Student and Instructor Conduct:
- • Student and instructor must abide by the rules, regulations, policies, and procedures of both the Facility and the School. Failure to do so may result in termination of the educational experience.
- • Student and instructor must conduct themselves in a manner consistent with their responsibilities and scope of practice.
- • Student and instructor must respect and uphold the patient’s rights, privacy and dignity.
- • Student must notify their instructor or preceptor and School immediately whenever they will be absent.
Scripps Corporate ID (CID):
Student Placements will request a CID for the student(s) and instructor after requirements are received and approved through Complio. The CID is a unique six-digit Scripps identifier that is used to grant computer and badge access.
For rotations that require specialized computer applications, the instructor will also receive login information for these applications from Student Placements via email; no additional training is required for these applications.
Epic is the electronic medical record used at Scripps. To receive access to Epic, students and instructors are required to complete Epic eLearning modules. This training consists of several online eLearning modules that are specific to each discipline. At this time, these eLearning modules must be completed on a computer at Scripps Health. Student Placements will send the Epic eLearning modules in the email with the Corporate ID and Computer Access to the instructor or preceptor once the student’s computer access is activated. The email will contain the direct links to the Epic eLearning modules specific to the discipline, an Epic eLearning Attestation form, and information regarding Epic drop-in clinics.
Epic drop-in clinics:
Student Placements has Epic Drop-in Clinics hosted at Scripps Center for Learning and Innovation for students and instructors. Please refer to the Epic Drop-in Clinic Instructions for the rules and instructions for attending these clinics. The annual Epic Drop-in Calendar with the upcoming dates and times of these clinics is below.
Please Note: All clinics are self-directed and on a first come, first serve basis. Clinic dates are subject to cancelation without notification.
Epic eLearning links by discipline:
To complete Epic eLearning during the rotation, the links listed below may be accessed from any computer at Scripps Health. These links are also sent in the Corporate ID and Computer Access email sent by Student Placements prior to the start of the rotation.
- • Cardiovascular Technology: http://bit.ly/EpicCardioTech
- • Dietitian: http://bit.ly/EpicDietitian
- • Health Information Management: http://bit.ly/EpicHIM
- • Nursing: http://bit.ly/EpicNursing
- • Occupational Therapy: http://bit.ly/EpicPTOTSLP
- • Pharmacy- Clinic Rotations: http://bit.ly/EpicClinicPharmacy
- • Pharmacy- Inpatient Rotations: http://bit.ly/EpicInpatientPharmacy
- • Physical Therapy: http://bit.ly/EpicPTOTSLP
- • Radiology - Inpatient: http://bit.ly/EpicRadiology
- • Radiology - Clinic: http://bit.ly/EpicRadiologyTechClinic
- • Respiratory Therapy: http://bit.ly/EpicRespiratory
- • Social Work: http://bit.ly/EpicSocialWork
- • Speech Language Pathology: http://bit.ly/EpicPTOTSLP
Epic Attestation form:
The Epic eLearning Attestation form is signed after completing Epic eLearning modules. The attestation is to be sent via email to Student Placements. Once the attestation form is received, Student Placements will request Epic access. Once access is granted, the instructor or preceptor will receive an Epic access email with login information from Student Placements. Please allow at least three business days to receive access.
Links to Epic Attestation forms:
Students and instructors that require Scripps badges for their rotation will receive a badge form and instructions from Student Placements via email prior to the start of the rotation. Badge forms must be printed and signed, then taken to Security at any of the Scripps hospital locations to receive a badge. For rotations at Scripps Clinic locations, the preceptor will inform the student of the procedure to obtain a badge.
Department Orientation and the Student Orientation Checklist (SOC)
During the first week of the rotation, the instructor or Scripps preceptor will complete a department orientation with the students using the SOC.
• The SOC form is sent to the instructor or preceptor by Student Placements via email prior to the start of the rotation.
- • Per the affiliation agreement, it is the school’s responsibility to ensure the SOC is completed and submitted by the instructor or preceptor. Please see additional details below.
- • For primary placements*, the SOC must be completed by the instructor and uploaded to the Consortium placement request page by the school administrator no later than two weeks after the start of the rotation.
- • For precepted placements**, the SOC must be completed by the preceptor and emailed to Student Placements no later than two weeks after the start of the rotation.
- • *Primary placements refer to placements of students with their instructor on site.
- • **Preceptorships refer to placements of students with a Scripps preceptor on site.
Link to form: Student Orientation Checklist
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