[NEohioPAL] PAID ACTING $20-$23 PER HOUR - ADDED 9/10 Meet & Greet
CCSASC SP via NEohioPAL
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Thu Sep 3 06:31:30 PDT 2015
We added an extra Meet & Greet on Thursday, September 10th. If you are
thinking of applying, do so now while we still have some slots available!
What: Standardized Patient (SP) Work for ages 18 and over
When: Various Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons for the medical
college, plus various dates for Special Projects
Where: Lerner Research Institute & Cleveland Clinic Simulation and
Advanced Skills Center on CCF main campus
Pay: $20.00 to $23.00 per hour plus free parking
*Returning SPs*: Please send email to CCSASCSP at gmail.com with latest
headshot and availability information.
*New applicants*: Please read through the following information carefully,
paying particular attention to the instructions under the “if you are
interested” section. After you reply, you will receive an email
acknowledging that we have received your information. We will then review
responses and send select invitations to interview with us at one of our
Meet & Greet sessions which will be held during the last week of August and
the first week of September.
Thank you for your interest in the Standardized Patient (SP) program at the
Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine. SPs portray patients in cases
which are used to train our student doctors in Communication Skills. SPs
also present as themselves in Physical Diagnosis sessions. Special Project
SPs work a more varied schedule with other caregivers here at CCF. We are
located in the Lerner Research Institute on the main Cleveland Clinic
campus near University Circle in a dynamic professional and educational
- We have sessions every week during the academic year
(September to May), along with Special Projects which occur on various
- SP work is dependent upon which cases we use and whether
any of the patient profiles in those cases match up with your profile.
(That is why it is not necessary to be available *every* Tuesday or
Wednesday as this is intermittent part-time work.) Special Project hours
- We will invite you to participate in a specific
session(s). You are welcome to say Yes or No.
*Communication Skills Simulations*
These sessions occur on various Tuesday and/or Wednesday afternoons. *You
will not be needed all Tuesday or Wednesday afternoons; you will be invited
to specific Tuesday and/or Wednesday afternoons. * Special Projects vary in
needs and dates.
In order to participate in Communication Skills simulations, you must
memorize the character profile of a particular patient. You will be given
all information that is necessary either before or at the training. You
will not be required to wear a hospital gown or have a physical diagnosis
*Training for Communication Skills*
We have a 2-hour training session that accompanies *each* of the
Communication Skills cases. The timing of the training session varies, but
it is most often on the Monday or Thursday of the week before the
simulation event. You will be paid for this training.
*Physical Diagnosis Simulations*
These sessions occur on various Wednesday afternoons from 12:45 p.m. until
For this type of session, you must wear a hospital gown, but you are
welcome to wear your own sports clothing (shorts, and for women, sports bra
or tank top with skinny straps) underneath.
There is no character profile to memorize and no training for this type of
*Special Projects* cover various simulations, e.g., a concerned parent of a
child who is a patient, a difficult patient, a patient who has just
received bad news. It may be to portray a patient or family member in a
sim that is live in the hospital, or that is needed in a video. There are
many different types of Special Projects.
You will be paid $20.00 to $23.00 per hour as an independent contractor.
You will not be an employee of the Cleveland Clinic.
Parking is provided in the garage located directly across the sky-way from
the College in Lerner on main campus, or for Special Projects, the garage
closest to that location. A parking validation ticket will be given to you
at each training and simulation in which you participate at the College, or
for Special Projects, you will be reimbursed through your invoice at
*If you are interested, please e-mail answers for each of the following
requests to the email address listed below for your last name:*
- Age *and *Date of birth (We cast within a 10-year time
frame of your actual age.)
- Contact information (home phone and cell phone)
- The type of simulation in which you would like to
participate - Communication Skills, Physical Diagnosis, or both. How
about Special Projects?
- Write a few sentences about yourself, noting why you are
interested in this type of work
- Headshot (or picture) and both business and acting resumes,
noting any work that you have done that may be similar to Standardized
*NEW applicants with last names that begin with A-L reply to CCSASCSP
<CCSASCSPRay at gmail.com>Sue at gmail.com <Sue at gmail.com>*
*NEW applicants with last names that beging with M-Z reply
to CCSASCSPMary at gmail.com <CCSASCSPMary at gmail.com>*
*RETURNING SPs only reply to CCSASCSP at gmail.com <CCSASCSP at gmail.com>*
Thank you for your interest in our program and we hope to hear from you
Dyan Colpo - Standardized Patient Program Manager
Cleveland Clinic Simulation and Advanced Skills Center
SP E-mail: CC <CCLCMSP at gmail.com>SASCSP at gmail.com
*"The Simulated/Standardized Patient (SP) is a person who has been
carefully coached to simulate an actual patient so accurately that the
simulation cannot be detected by a skilled clinician. I**n performing the
simulation, the SP presents the gestalt of the patient being simulated; not
just the history, but the body language, the physical findings, and the
emotional and personality characteristics as well."*
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