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Nurse Practitioner Registered

Location:
Cincinnati, Ohio, 45238, United States
Posted:
September 10, 2018

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JASMINE N SHAFTO

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EDUCATION

University of Cincinnati

Masters Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner 2012

Northern Kentucky University

BS in Nursing 2008

Northern Kentucky University

BS in Biology 2006

Minor: Chemistry

RELATED EXPERIENCE

St Joseph’s Orphanage

Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner Oct 2016-Present

Interview patients regarding symptoms and complaints

Screen patients for physical illness and analyze explanations for psychiatric illness, such as developmental issues, family dysfunction, genetics, neurological trauma or social or cultural problems

Assess risk factors for mental illness and broader wellness evaluations.

Conduct individual therapy and write prescriptions for psychotropic medications under the supervision of a psychiatrist.

Monitor and document treatment results.

St Elizabeth Physicians

Registered Nurse Outpatient Case Manager March 2015-Oct 2016

Develop a Care Transition person-centered plan of care that includes patients’ personal

goals

Communicates the person-centered plan of care to all providers in all settings as

necessary

Encourages patient to take a more active role in their care

Coaches the patient how to schedule and complete follow up visits with PCP or specialist

and how to be prepared to be an active participant in these interventions

Coaches patient in becoming knowledgeable of all of their medications and ensures that

medication management system is in place

Coaches patient in understanding and utilization of the Personal Health Record (PHR) to

facilitate communication and ensure continuity of the care plan across providers and

settings

Coaches patient how to schedule and complete follow up visits with PCP or specialist

and how to be prepared to be an active participant in these interventions

Coaches patient about indicators (red flags) that signify his or her condition is worsening

Council on Aging of Southwestern Ohio

Care Transitions Specialist March 14-March 15

Develop a Care Transition person-centered plan of care that includes patients’ personal

goals

Communicates the person-centered plan of care to all providers in all settings as

necessary

Encourages patient to take a more active role in their care

Coaches the patient how to schedule and complete follow up visits with PCP or specialist

and how to be prepared to be an active participant in these interventions

Coaches patient in becoming knowledgeable of all of their medications and ensures that

a medication management system is in place

Coaches patient in understanding and utilization of the Personal Health Record (PHR) to

facilitate communication and ensure continuity of the care plan across providers and

settings

Coaches patient how to schedule and complete follow up visits with PCP or specialist

and how to be prepared to be an active participant in these interventions

Coaches patient about indicators (red flags) that signify his or her condition is worsening

Completes follow up phone calls with patients/caregivers that center around the 4 pillars

of the Coleman Care Transitions intervention.

The Christ Hospital

Registered Nurse Behavioral Health Unit Sept 08 – March 14

Application of nursing theories and strategies, development and utilization of nursing care plans, and deployment of holistic methods in client care efforts.

Engaging with clients under my care in a positive and collaborative manner, thus empowering them to draw on their inner resources.

Collaboration and consultation with primary and corollary healthcare providers to ensure comprehensive and optimal service delivery.

Assessment of client health status, collection and documentation of observable data, maintenance of charts and treatment documents, and regular evaluation of patient wellness and progress.

Administration of oral, intramuscular, subcutaneous, and topical pharmacological interventions, including careful checking of dosages and potentially harmful drug interactions.

Starting, maintaining, and discontinuing intravenous (IV) lines for fluid, medication, blood, and blood products.

Monitoring for safety concerns, including suicidal and/or violent impulses, and providing appropriate levels of care with regard to client risk factors.

The Christ Hospital

Personal Care Assistant May 08 – Sept 08

Assist individuals with healthcare needs with activities of daily living (ADLs) and provide bedside care.

Utilization of oscillometric blood pressure monitoring devices, collection of blood and urine specimens, assistance in client hygiene maintenance, documentation and charting of patient care methods and results, collaboration with supervising registered nurse.

NorthKey Community Care

Pharmacy Technician May 05 – Dec 07

Worked closely with psychiatric staff to ensure optimal client care.

Assisted staff psychiatrists and nurse practitioners address client concerns.

Received and stocked sample medications and supplies.

Discarded or returned expired and discontinued medications to stock as appropriate and completed corresponding documentation.

Researched and provided medicine-related information to clients.

Consulted with patients and local pharmacies regarding refills or questions about medications.

Implemented solutions to complex problems involving prescription coverage related issues.

CVS Pharmacy

Pharmacy Technician May 03 – May 05

Consulted regularly with local health professionals to ensure patients received accurate and timely care.

Filled prescriptions as ordered by physicians.

Prepared and processed billings, claims, disbursements, and related documents.

Reviewed invoices and other sales documentation.

Checked accuracy of figures including product codes, prior authorizations, and discounts.

Cleaned, sterilized, and disinfected work areas and equipment.

Recorded prescription related data electronically.

Ordered and maintained an inventory of drugs, chemicals, and other controlled substances

Ensured the security of saleable goods.

Provided customer service including the utilization of conflict resolution skills to address customer complaints.

Provided job training to new employees.

CERTIFICATIONS/LICENSURES

Ohio Board of Nursing

Registered Nurse, License Number RN 344686 Aug 08 – Aug 19

Ohio Board of Nursing

Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, License Number APRN.CNP. 020023

Kentucky Board of Nursing

Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, License Number 3011307

American Heart Association

BLS for Healthcare Providers (CPR & AED)

LANGUAGES

English – native language



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