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(FIRST NAME) (LAST NAME), RN,
efficient and detail oriented with strong organizational and interpersonal
skills dedicated to cater quality patient care, staff development and family
multitask; manage priorities in a fast paced environment geared towards the
provision of safe and competent patient care.
and referral experience including admission, assessment, treatment,
evaluation, and education for a wide range of patients.
patient/family teaching and organizational skills
interact effectively in an interdisciplinary environment
interpersonal skills and communication skills, accuracy in patient history,
charting and other documents.
ethical healthcare provider with ability to stay calm and intervene during
crises, facilitates groups and educational seminars, and collaborates on
to build positive relationships with patients, family members, physicians and
other medical professionals.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing,
Sta. Isabel, Elias Angels St. Naga City Philippines
(RN), Alberta (CARNA)
(RN), British Columbia (RNABC)
(RN), Philippines (PNA)
General Hospital, Patient Care 82 Oct. 2007- present
Registered Nurse, Medical
assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation of comprehensive patient
and family care on an acute medical unit.
Ability to delegate care to nursing assistants
Effectively team up with a multidisciplinary team (pharmacy, social work,
transition, physicians, occupational and physiotherapist).
CPR, TPN, IV and CVC certified.
Friendly interpersonal skills and great team player
Excellent organizational skills
Ability to utilize critical thinking skills in dealing with students and
patients and family members.
Ability to function well in charge nurse role.
General Hospital, Patient Care 56 Sept. 2005 – Aug. 2007
Registered Nurse, Cardiology
Care/management of the patient with coronary heart disease (angina, myocardial
infarction, CHF, angiograms, angioplasty) and cardiovascular and thoracic
disease (CABG, valve repair/replacement, etc.)
Care of the diabetic patient – blood glucose sliding scale monitoring
Assessment and care of the patient with respiratory disease
Care of patients with permanent pacemakers
Nasogastric tube insertion and Telemetry experience
Cardiac Arrhythmia analysis and interpretation
Lead ECG analysis and interpretation
Assessment of heart and lung sounds
Central venous catheter care and management
Expertise in Intravenous assessment, initiation and management
Push Medication Administration and Blood Transfusion
Proficient in Sunrise Clinical Manager
Alcohol Withdrawal and Anticoagulation Clinic In-services
Heparin Infusion and Wound Care as per protocol
Care of patients with Chest Tubes
Participated in Cardiology Cardiac Rounds Seminars
Facilitated patients and family Cardiac Health Education Conference
@ Millrise, Calgary Alberta Feb. 2005
Nurse, Dementia & Frail Unit
patients to identify appropriate nursing interventions;
record and report symptoms and changes in patients' conditions;
with members of an interdisciplinary health team to plan, implement,
co-ordinate and evaluate patient care in consultation with patients and their
medications and treatments as prescribed by a physician or according to
established policies and protocols;
in the in-service training on Dementia Management for Elders.
monitor medical apparatus or equipment;
and develop and implement discharge plans;
leadership and supervise registered nursing assistants and other nursing staff
Joseph Hospital, Vancouver B.C. Jan. - Feb 2005
Nurse, Geriatric Medicine (4E)
nursing process to provide nursing care by:
Developing a nursing database through interview and assessment of patient
Utilizing this data to: Identify problems; formulate a nursing plan of
care; Establish discharge criteria; and Develop nursing orders.
Implementing nursing actions.
Evaluating the effects of nursing actions.
Revising and updating care plan as indicated.
complex medications via the oral, intra-muscular, subcutaneous, intradermal,
topical, rectal, respiratory, and intravenous (including intravenous push on a
unit specific basis) routes.
in the in-service training on Bowel Protocol Management for Elders.
various patient conferences with the multidisciplinary team
in-patients medical record patient’s appearance, emotional status, interaction
with staff and/or family, knowledge level of disease process and response to
medical plan and nursing actions, on a continual basis.
instructions and patient progress and/or relevant changes in status to the
Head Nurse, Charge Nurse, and incoming shift.
Teaches patient and family about health maintenance and illness prevention;
disease process; pre and post operative care; diagnostic procedures; use of
equipment related to disease/care; expected and possible adverse reactions to
medications (as appropriate) and discharge planning.
Hospital, Vancouver B.C. Nov 2004 -Jan 2005
Nurse, Acute Medicine (7CD)
bedside care, treatment and clinical documentation for patients with
aggressive behaviors, Intravenous Drug users, medical floor etc. Handled
medication administration, dressing changes, IVs and all other aspects of
nursing care. Facilitated admissions, discharges and transfers; prepared chart
notes and other documentation; and participated on interdisciplinary team.
in-service trainings of the unit concerning Safety huddles, N95 mask and Wound
Center, Naga City Philippines July -Oct 2003
General Med-Surgical Ward & Out-Patient Department
Use of Nursing
Process to deliver quality care for all patients
for patient care activities.
leadership role by managing patient care and other staff
best possible nursing care to all patients regardless of their race, creed,
color, political status, sex and to render assistance to all staff for the
benefit of the patients.
September 14, 2008 – PRECEPTOR WORKSHOP
June 28, 2007 – CHARGE NURSE WORKSHOP
September 25, 2006 – HEART SOUNDS WORKSHOP
February 27, 2006 - 12 LEAD ECG Training @ FMC
June 12, 2007 – CPR Certification Level C
April 20-21, 2005 – Alzheimer Management Training
February 7-8, 2004 -
Measuring and Improving Patient’s Experience With Long Term Care
May 29-31, 2003 -
2003 - Quality Assurance for Quality Nursing Care (Nursing. Audit)
Update Considerations in Administration of Chemotherapeutic Agents
2002 - Natural and Man Made Disaster Seminar
Mustard Seed –
feeding homeless - Calgary 2005- to present
the OFW - Canmore & Banff, Alberta
Waiting Room Volunteer Nov
2003 – Mar 2004
Building, 2nd Floor, 575 West 8th Avenue
(March 16, 2003)
Outstanding in Pastoral Service (March 16, 2003)
Leadership (HEDSCO Treasurer) (July 16, 2000)
Service Award (Feb. 28, 2001)
Community Extension Service (Feb. 28, 2001)
Departmental Community Service (Feb. 28, 2001)
Departmental Service (Nursing Student Association)
Mgr. (Feb. 28, 2001)
Student in Performing Arts - ACAT (Feb. 28, 2001)
of Culture and Arts Troupe)
Known as a
patient advocate and team player. Believes in empowering patients by delivering
appropriate health education and nursing care that enhances holistic wellness
and quality of life.
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