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Nurse Practitioner Nursing

Rio Rancho, New Mexico, United States
February 24, 2018

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Curriculum Vitae

Eileen Shult GNP-BC


Graduate Education:


University of Texas Health Science Center Houston School of Nursing

Masters of Science - Geriatric Nurse Practitioner American Academy of Nurse


Undergraduate Education:


University of Texas Health Science Center Houston School of Nursing

Bachelor of Science Nursing

09/1994 -05/1996

Yakima Valley Community College,

Associate Degree Nursing


Yakima Valley Community College,

Associate Degree Science

Academic Appointments:

Baylor College of Medicine, Department of Geriatrics

University of Texas School of Nursing, Houston Guest lecture; Diagnostics

University of Texas School Of Nursing; Guest lecture, Clinical Laboratory Skills

New Mexico State University School of Nursing, Guest lecture, Geriatrics

Research Projects:

Geriatric Pain Research C-PAIN, Baylor College of Medicine and Veterans

Administration, February 2005-August 2005

Masters Clinical Project: Pain assessment in the cognitively impaired geriatric patient.

Professional Experiences:

Geriatric Nurse Practitioner, January 2010 to present

Providing medical care, and advanced practice nursing services for long term care for frail elderly. Primary Care provider in an Office setting

Hospital based Practice

Geriatric Nurse Practitioner, November 2009 Baylor College of Medicine Department of Geriatrics Faculty to Geriatric Fellowship program, Residency Program of The Methodist Hospital Internal Medicine Rotation

Facilitator End of Life Care Seminar Baylor College of Medicine Medical Students Establish Pet Therapy Program Geriatrics Department

Providing medical care, and advanced practice nursing services for long term care frail elderly.

Geriatric Nurse Practitioner, May 2005 to 2007 Geriatrics Associates of America

Providing medical care, and advanced practice nursing services for long term care frail elderly.

Registered Nurse, 2000-present

The Methodist Hospital, Houston, TX As Pain and Palliative Care Nurse

Developed and supervised PCA (hospital aids) vital sign education program that promoted improved communications between RNs and aids. Coached staff nurses to develop advanced skills in areas they were interested and present

findings to their coworkers.

Staff Nurse, 1996-2000 Kittitas County Community Hospital, Ellensburg, Wa

Advocated for patient care through comprehensive care management on the Medical Surgical hospital unit. Provided competent Emergency Nursing care to a diverse population in a level 3 trauma setting.

Dialysis technician, 1992-1996 Providence Hospital, Yakima Way Provided safe competent dialysis treatments resulting in a 4 year survival rate without



Licensed Nurse Practitioner New Mexico

Advanced Practice Nurse ANCC

License, State of Texas, 2000 RN

Healing Touch Practitioner Level Ill

Board Examination, 1996 RN

License, State of Washington, 1996 RN

Registration Boards, 1974, Certified Laboratory Assistant CLA (ASCP)



Geriatric Nurse Practitioner-Certified ANCC

Medical Surgical Nurse-Certified ANCC


Healing Touch Practitioner Level III


Professional Organizations

Sigma Theta Tau International 2003-present

American College of Nurse Practitioners

Texas Nurses Association 2000-present

American Nurses Association 2000-present

Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association 2003-present

American Society of Pain Management Nurses 2003-present

Awards Honors

2005 Suma Cu Laude University of Texas School of Nursing, Masters of Nursing

2005 William Hearst Geriatric Scholarship

2004 George Foundation Scholarship

2004 William Hearst Geriatric Scholarship

2003 Suma Cum Laude

2002 Methodist Hospital Top Ten Nurses


2011-2015 Geriatric Physical Assessment. New Mexico State University School of Nursing.

2006 Microscope Techniques and Urinalysis Interpretation for University of Texas Graduate School of Nursing Diagnostics course

2004 "Principles of Healing Touch" for the Methodist Palliative Care Nurse group. Overview of Healing Touch techniques and principles

2004 "Vital Signs, Who Cares" Vital signs review for PCA's developed and supervised a vital signs education program for 6 hospital aides which resulted in more accurate and timely reporting of vital signs. An

overview presentation of most current alternative and complementary medicine available to nurses.

2003 'Pain: How do we handle it." PRN presentation. Presentation of appropriate and inappropriate methods for dealing with patients with pain.

2003 "Non-Opioid Pain Management" PRN and unit presentation. Presentation on non- opioid alternatives to pain management.

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