Affiliation agreements in Clinician Nexus serve the purpose of connecting you and your clinical site partner so that students can be scheduled for rotations offered by your partner facilities.You may find that you have one or more agreements pending your approval when you log in.

If your teaching institution was not created in Clinician Nexus before you signed up, let your clinical site know as soon as you create an account. The clinical site will then be able to propose an agreement to your school in Clinician Nexus so that students can be scheduled.  

In this article, we will cover how to:

  • View and access affiliation agreements
  • Verify your affiliation agreement parameters

View and access affiliation agreements

You can find proposed agreements from your clinical site partners on your Dashboard and Agreements page:

Dashboard:

  • Click Dashboard from your left dashboard menu
  • At the top of your Dashboard, you will see a notification that says Pending agreements 

Agreements page:

  • Click Settings from your left dashboard menu 
  • Click Agreements from the submenu.
  • On the Agreements page, you can access proposed, active, and closed agreements 

Verify your Affiliation Agreement parameters

From either the Rotations or Agreements page, click on the agreement row that says Pending school to review the proposed agreement.

In the Agreement details window you can review the parameters of the proposed agreement and Accept or Close/reject the agreement:

If you would like to make changes to the agreement, you can edit the content directly in the Agreement details directly and click the Propose changes button. This will send a request to the clinical site to review and accept/reject/propose additional changes.

Once the agreement has been accepted by both teaching institution and clinical site, it will display in Active status on your Agreements page. You can then proceed to schedule your students: click here to learn how.

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Please note: Clinician Nexus serves as a platform to communicate your affiliations and does not act or function as a place to create or enforce your agreements, legally. The purpose for including agreement details in Clinician Nexus is to give you a framework to quickly reference and schedule based on the agreed upon terms.

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