Running Head: RESUME
The University of Alabama at Birmingham
DeAngelo Cartez Cooper
**** ******** ***** *** * Hoover, Alabama 35216
Masters of Science in Nursing: University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama. (August 10, 2018)
Bachelors of Science in Nursing: University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama. (April 25, 2015)
Children’s of Alabama Nurse Practitioner Student: 120 hours
• performed psychiatric assessment, evaluated medication compliance, side effects, and effectiveness with patients between the ages of 2 to 18 with ADHD, autism, depression, anxiety, and eating disorders under the clinical supervision of physician Dr. Nimmagadda, MD (Summer term 2018)
VA Medical Center Nurse Practitioner Student: 480 hours
• performed psychiatric follow-up and intake assessments, evaluated medication compliance, side effects, and effectiveness with veterans with PTSD, depression, anxiety, mood disorders, TBI, and substance use disorders with NPs (September 2017- July 2018) 1917 Mental Health Clinic Shadowing Student:
• Observed Dr. Fogger, NP performed psychiatric intake and follow- up assessments, formulated diagnosis, treatment plans, referrals, and medication management for patients who had HIV, depression, anxiety, and substance use disorders Birmingham, Alabama (April, 2016)
Hematology/Oncology Specialty Unit Senior Practicum Shadowing Student:
• Performed nursing assessments, administered medications, and initiate safety care plans with RNs Birmingham, Alabama (January 2015-April 2015)
University of Alabama at Birmingham Hospital- Registered Nurse, Hematology/Oncology:
• Trained to administer chemotherapy and other hazardous medications related to cancer and blood cell disorders. Birmingham, Alabama (June 2015-present)
Jacks Restaurant- Cashier
Birmingham, Alabama (June 24, 2008-June 6, 2015)
National Society of Leadership and Success (April 17, 2015) Academic Achiever Award- Blazer Male Excellence Network: 3
University of Alabama, Birmingham, 2015
Francis S. Falkenburg Endowed Nursing Scholarship: August, 2014 Dean’s List: August, 2014 & 2010
Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society for Nursing: July, 2014 Academic Excellence- Blazer Male Excellence Network: University of Alabama at Birmingham, 2013
Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Board Certified (October 19, 2018)
BLS for Healthcare Provider; American Heart Association, (2017 expires 2019)
Chemotherapy Administration (August 2015-current)
Registered Nurse, Alabama, (June 2, 2015-current)
Student Nurses Association Mentor:
• Responsibilities include providing skilled practice in lab in preparation of validations. University of Alabama at Birmingham
(January 2014- August 2016)
Pre- Nursing Mentor:
• Responsibilities include providing pre-nursing students with the appropriate knowledge needed to be a great candidate for acceptance of nursing school. University of Alabama at Birmingham (Aug-Dec, 2013)
Links- Up Mentorship Program- Camp Fire USA:
Responsibilities included orienting 4th and 5th grade students on ways to improve their critical thinking skills. Birmingham, AL (Jan- May, 2012)
Student Nurse Association Volunteer: Birmingham, Alabama (January 2014- April 2015)
• Responsibilities included providing blood pressure screenings, and participating in various school activities.
Children’s Hospital (PACU and NICU): (January 2013- April 2013)
• Responsibilities include interacting with patients, nurses, and administrative staff.
• Assist nurses in daily duties such as discharging and feeding patients.
• Shadow RNs and observe nurse and staff interaction with patients. Birmingham, Alabama
UAB Employee Health Screening
• Performed blood pressure and blood glucose monitoring, and dietary recommendations. (March, 2015)
Jimmy Hale Mission
• Providing meals for the homeless during holidays. (December, 2014)
One Roof Alabama (August-December 2014)
• Educated the Birmingham population on the different opportunities to gain income, food, shelter, and protection.
Chambers, K., Cooper, D., Nettles, J. (2014, December) Plate to Plate: Comparing Meals Given to the Homeless People . Presented at the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Nursing, Birmingham, Al Chambers, K., Cooper, D., Nettles, J. (2014, November) Evaluation of efficacy of low sodium diets and high dose diuretics in preventing readmissions for patients with heart failure. Presented at the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Nursing, Birmingham, Al Center for Domestic Preparedness: (Anniston, Alabama; October 15, 2014)
• Successfully completed the Standardize Awareness Authorized Training Program (SAATP).
• Successfully completed the Incident Complexities-Responder Action for CBRNE Incidents.
Available upon request