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Dynamic, articulate and knowledgeable Registered Nursing professional making a bold transition into Oncology Nursing, demonstrating more than 30 years of broad based, educational and transferable patient care experience. Eager to contribute effective nursing/patient techniques, and current Oncology patient experience toward optimizing the goals of a progressive employer utilizing extensive Nursing education and working toward entering the Master’s program in clinical Nursing with emphasis in Oncology.
Understanding of Oncology Patient Care • Private Duty Nursing • Patient Assistance • Communications
Award Winning Nursing Service • Patient Relations • Records Management • Medication Administration
Private Hospice Patient, City • ST 2011 – Present
Private Duty Nurse
Provide part-time private duty nursing with an amythrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) patient enrolled in Hospice with current terminal diagnosis. Began in late 2010 and provide twice-weekly assistance to gain hands-on cancer experience and provide excellent one-on-one patient assistance and care. Accurately assess and implement patient care using a portable ventilator, provide medication administration and transportation services to out of home appointments.
• Provide ADL’s and range of motion exercises and transfer patient using various equipment, wheelchair, etc.
• Marked patient improvement since beginning in-home care and therapy with improvements in eating, and engaging in family decisions and demonstrating interest in friends, family and former interests in music.
Scioto Family Practice, Dublin • OH 2011 – Present
Began tenure as a full-time fill in for Nurse out on maternity leave and eventually worked into a full-time position that I declined due to educational planning to enter a Master’s program in Oncology Nursing. Continue to provide “as needed” assistance in a contingent position providing patient check in and exam room assignments as well as taking vital signs and documenting all relevant health questions. Ascertain patients’ symptoms, discuss findings with physician, and dispense prescribed treatment plans that include new medications, EKGs and any inoculation programs required. Triage all patients and ensure all future appointments are scheduled and provided phone triage. Key Highlights:
• As a cancer survivor, I demonstrate close personal knowledge of patient’s fears and concerns and am able to effectively discuss all concerns and provide informational and personal experiences to alleviate all fears and focus on patient success.
• Demonstrate dedication to the nursing profession eager to get back to work instead of collecting long-term disability.
EDUCATION AND CREDENTIALS
MS, Clinical Nursing in Oncology – Currently attending
Wright State University, Dayton • OH
BS, Nursing – 1980
Ohio State University, Columbus • OH
Oncology Nursing Society – 2011to Present
Columbus Chapter of Oncology Nursing Society -2011 to Present │Spring Conference Committee – 2012
Volunteer – The James Cancer Hospital
Numerous Recognition of Excellence Awards from former patients