University of Washington Standardized Patient Program
Location: Seattle, WA
The University of Washington Standardized Patient Program has openings for a few new great “characters” to join our educational teaching team.
A Standardized Patient is a person who has been coached to accurately and consistently recreate the history, personality, physical findings, and emotional structure and response pattern of an actual patient at a particular point in time.
The University of Washington employs Standardized Patients in the training and evaluation of health care professionals, including: medical, nursing, pharmacy, dentistry, public health, and social work students. Standardized Patients are interviewed and examined by male and female health care students. Patients may be audio or videotaped during simulation, and will complete evaluation forms and may be asked to give verbal feedback.
Most of our work is done on-site at the University of Washington Health Sciences in Seattle, WA and takes place during weekdays. SPs are part-time temporary employees of the University and are paid $20/hr.
If you are interested in teaching role-play and feedback, frequently/generally available for work during the week and are interested in being considered, please send us your resume, headshot if you have one, and a brief statement of interest.
City or Location of call: Seattle, WA
Please submit to: firstname.lastname@example.org by 2022-02-15
Please submit resume and headshot, along with statement of interest and general weekday availability
This casting notice was posted by: University of Standardized Patient Program