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Saint Louis, Missouri, United States
Posted:
October 10, 2016

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CURRICULUM VITAE

Mary J. Keegan, R.N., M.S.N. ANP

A. Personal Information:

Home address: ***** **** **** *****

Sainte Genevieve, MO 63670

(314) ***-****

Phone: (314) *** ****

Marital Status: Married

Citizenship: U.S.A.

B. Education:

Undergraduate Degree and Major

Diploma in Nursing Deaconess Hospital School of Nursing, 1977-1980

B.S.N., Saint Louis University, St. Louis, MO 1980-1982

Graduate Degree and Major

M.S.N., Saint Louis University, St. Louis, MO, 1984-1986

Postgraduate Training

R.N., C.S., Certification as an Adult Nurse Practitioner, Saint Louis University,

St. Louis, MO 1995-1996

C. Board Certification and Licensure:

1978-Pres Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

1983 Advanced Cardiac Life Support

1986-1990 Basic Life Support Instructor, American Heart Association

1988- Trauma Nurse Core Course Provider

1990 Trauma Nurse Core Course Instructor

1989-

1980-Pres Missouri State Board of Nursing, Registered Nurse #82605

1987-1997 Critical Care Nurse, AACN #54163

1996-Pres Certified Adult Nurse Practitioner (R.N., C.S.) #272759-2

1997 Audited and successfully passed Fundamental Critical Care Support

Course (FCCS), Society of Critical Care Medicine, Saint Louis University Health Sciences

D. Current position and address:

1997-Pres Adult Nurse Practitioner

General Internal Medicine

SLUCare

Provide care to adult medicine patients; preventive and acute care. Have collaborative practice agreements with 13 physicians out patient and 13 hospitalist in patient. Follow patient in the hospital along with resident team

E. Previous Professional Experience:

1980-1982 Staff Nurse and Triage Nurse, Emergency Department

Deaconess Hospital

St. Louis, MO

Coordinated and provided care to Emergency Department patients.

1982-1986 Staff Nurse, Surgical Intensive Care Unit

Saint Louis University Medical Center

St. Louis, MO

Coordinated and provided patient care of multiple trauma, general surgery, neurosurgery, Ob/Gyn surgery, orthopedic surgery, cardiovascular surgery, vascular surgery and thoracic surgery patients. Charge nurse of Surgical Intensive Care Unit, supervised five to eight staff members, arranged assignments, covered non-professional care givers, evaluated patient care delivery.

1986-1987 Director of Critical Care Nursing Education

Saint Louis University Medical Center

St. Louis, MO

Coordinated all courses related to critical care nursing. This included inservices of new products, continuing education classes, critical care and advanced critical care courses.

7/2008-2014 Adult Nurse Practitioner

TakeCare Clinics/Wallgreens

PRN

Provide care to patients with self limiting illnesses like upper respiratory infections, rashes, etc.

2003-2008 Adult Nurse Practitioner

St. John’s Urgent Care

Provide acute care to patients

2002-2004 Adult Nurse Practitioner

BJC/CHNE &CHNW

Fast Track

Provide acute care to patients

1988-1997 Clinical Nurse Specialist in Trauma

Saint Louis University Health Sciences Center

St. Louis, MO

Saint Louis University Health Sciences Center

3635 Vista at Grand Blvd. P.O. Box 15250

St. Louis, MO 63110-0250

(314) ***-**** or (314) ***-****

Assists Chief of Trauma Service in management of the Trauma Service activities including development and maintenance of the Trauma Registry, direct patient care, staff & public education, research development, Quality Assurance audits and coordination of the Advanced Trauma Life Support Provider/Instructor,Courses. Follow trauma patients clinically from admission to discharge. This includes rounding with attending and resident physicians and medical students. During rounds, as a CNS I provide input and suggestions for improving patient care. I act as a liaison between families and physicians and other ancillary departments. Preoperative teaching for scheduled general surgery cases such as hernia repairs and colostomy closures is performed on a regular basis, as is postoperative teaching.

I continue to act as the patient's contact after discharge. Patients call with clinical problems and I evaluate them and give recommendations or arrange for them to come into the office.

I also assess patients as outpatients in an ambulatory care setting weekly. All of my patients are surgical in nature, however because they are trauma patients a majority are very young and previously active. Therefore, medical problems such as hypertension, sexually transmitted diseases, diabetes, seizure disorders, etc., arise and these patients are referred on or are managed by our service.

I participate in the Hospital Response to Community Violence Committee which includes supporting victims of violence not only in the acute hospital setting, but also in their community. At this time I am developing a Community Resource teaching booklet and video for victims of violence, which will be utilized on all nursing areas prior to patient discharge.

1987-1988 Nurse Specialist/Transplant Procurement Coordinator

Saint Louis University Medical Center

Department of Surgery

St. Louis, MO

Responsible for medical and nursing management of vital organ donors, approaching families of potential donors and obtaining consent, data collection and education of both professional and lay audiences on organ donation.

F. Clinical Staff appointments:

1990-1996 Clinical Instructor of Nursing

Saint Louis University School of Nursing

1996-2015 Assistant Clinical Professor of Nursing,

Saint Louis University School of Nursing

G. Professional Society Memberships:

2018-present Board of Directors Member of the St Louis Advance Practice Group

1980-1982 Emergency Nurses Association

1985-1996 The American Association of Critical Care Nurses

1986 The University Hospital Critical Care Education Advisory Committee, Chairperson

1986-1988 The North America Transplant Coordinators' Organization; member of the Multi-organ and Tissue Sharing Committee; Co-chair of the NATCO Newsletter Subcommittee

1986-1988 The American Council on Transplantation

1986-1988 The International Society for Heart Transplantation

1986-Pres Sigma Theta Tau, Inc., International Honor Society of Nursing

1987-1988 Missouri Nurses Organization

1987-1989 St. Louis Metropolitan Society of Critical Care Medicine; Educational

Program Planning Committee

1988-1996 St. Louis Trauma Nurse Coordinators Organization

1989-1991 Emergency Nurses Association

1989-1990 Co-chair, Saint Louis University Nursing Research Committee

1989-1993 Member; Special Care Committee, Saint Louis University Medical Center 1990-1993 Member; Organ and Tissue Donation Task Force, Saint Louis University

Medical Center

1990-1993 Member, Saint Louis University Nursing Research Committee

1991-1996 Member, Greater St. Louis AACN Chapter

1991-1992 Board of Directors, Greater St. Louis AACN Chapter.

Member of the Saint Louis University Hospital Response to Community Violence Committee

G. Professional Society Memberships: (con’t)

1992-1993 Chairman Chapter of the Year Committee - Greater St. Louis AACN Chapter

1993-1995 Co-chair, Chapter of the Year Committee - Greater St. Louis AACN Chapter

1995-1997 Editor, Greater St. Louis AACN Chapter Newsletter

1995-1997 Chair of the "Hospital Response to Community Violence" (HRCV) Committee, Saint Louis University Health Sciences Center

Member at Large - Hospital Response to Community Violence Committee, Saint Louis University Health Sciences Center.

2015-present Member of the St. Louis Nurses in Advanced Practice. (StLNAP)

2016-present Webmaster of StLNAP and member of the Board of Directors

H. Honorary Societies, Honors and Awards:

April 1990 Nominated for 1989 Tribute to Missouri Nurses

April 1991 Nominated for 1990 Tribute to Missouri Nurses

May 1994 Recipient of the National AACN Community Service Award Atlanta, Georgia

Nov. 1994 Recipient National AACN InnoVision Grant; $2,500.

I. Professional Services: N/A

J. Research Support:

1. Continuous Oscillation Therapy in the Treatment of Pulmonary Contusions - Marc J. Shapiro, M.D., Principal Investigator, Mary J. Keegan, R.N., M.S.N., Co- Investigator, 1987-1989. Kinetic Concepts - $3,000.00

2. A Bacteriologically Controlled Study Comparing the Efficacy, Safety and Tolerance of Timentin and Cefoxitin as Early Empiric Treatment of Penetrating Abdominal Trauma -Marc J. Shapiro, M.D., Principal Investigator, Mary J. Keegan, R.N., M.S.N., Co-Investigator, 1988-1989. Beechain Laboratories - $121,143.00

3. Evaluation of the Keidi Anti-Reflux Valve. Mary Keegan, R.N., M.S.N. Co- Investigator, 1988 to 1990. Trademark Corporation, $3,000.00

4. Comparison of the Tympanic Thermometer to Oral, Rectal and Blood

Temperature in the Emergency Department and Intensive Care Unit Patient - Mary J. Keegan, R.N., M.S.N., Principal Investigator, 1989-1990. Narco Medical.

5. An Open-Label Clinical Trial of Primaxin in the Treatment of Serious intra- abdominal infections. Mary J. Keegan, R.N., M. S.N. Co-Investigator, 1991 - 1992. Merck, Sharp & Dohme, $30.000.00.

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J. Research Support: (con’t)

6. A Multicenter Double-Blind Comparative Study of Intra-venous Merem and Primaxin for the Treatment of Nosocomial Lower Respiratory Tract Infections. Mary J. Keegan, R.N., M.S.N., Co-Investigator, 1992-1993. ICI Pharmaceuticals, $37,000.00.

7. A Study to Evaluate the Safety and Efficacy of Human Recombinant Interteukin- I Receptor Antagonist (IL-Ira) in the Treatment of Sepsis Syndrome. Mary J. Keegan, R.N., M.S.N., Co-Investigator, 1992-1993. Synergen, Inc., $155,132.00

8. Evaluation and Comparison of the Efficacy of the ROHO Patient Warming

System and the Bair Hugger Warming Device. Mary J. Keegan, R.N., M.S.N., Principal Investigator, 1994. Crown Therapeutics, Inc., $1000.00.

9. Comparison of the Use of the Davol PreVent7 Nasogastric Anti-Reflux Filter Versus the Use of a Commercially Available Anti-reflux Valve. Mary J. Keegan, R.N., M.S.N., Co-Investigator, 1994. Davol, $12,000. Completed 10 patients and filter redeveloped. Investigation discontinued per sponsor.

10. A Randomized, Double-Blind, Multicenter Trial Assessing the Safety and

Efficacy of Intravenous CP-1 16,517 Followed by Oral CP-99,219 Compared to Intravenous Imipenem/Cilastatin Followed by Oral Amoxicillin/Clavulanic Acid for the Treatment of Complicated Intra-abdominal Infections. Co-Investigator, 1995, Corning Baesselar, Inc. $48,000.

11. A Randomized, Double-Blind, Multicenter Trial Assessing the Safety and

Efficacy of a Single Intravenous Dose of CP-1 16,517 Compared with Cefotetan for the Prophylaxis of Infection Following Elective Colo-rectal Surgery. Co- Investigator, 1995, Coming Baesselar, Inc., $40,000.

12. Randomized, Double-Bad, Bactericidal, Placebo-Controlled Trial to Evaluate the Safety and Efficacy of Permeability - Increasing Protein (rBP121) for Treatment of Patients with Hemorrhage Due to Trauma. Co-Investigator, 1996-1997, Xoma,

$100,000.

K. Bibliography:

Papers published, in press, or accepted for publication in peer reviewed journals

1. Shapiro MJ, Keegan MJ, Copeland J: The Misconception of Trauma Reimbursement. Archives of Surgery 124:1237-1240, 1989.

2. Shapiro MJ, Minor CB, Keegan M: The Usefulness of the Keith Anti-Reflux Valve in the Intensive Care Unit. Critical Care Medicine 18:878-***, ****.

3.. Rosato RM, Shapiro MJ, Minor C, Keegan MK, Connors RH: Cardiac Injury ComplicatingTraumaticAsphyxia. JTrawua3l:1387-1389,1991.

4. Shapiro MJ, Durham RM, Keegan MJ: The economics of critical injury. In:

Munoz E, Nyhus L, eds., Problems in General Sur2.@lrL8:23 9-248, 199 1. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Company.

5. Shapiro MJ, Keegan MJ: Continuous Oscillation Therapy (COT) for the

Treatment of Pulmonary Contusion. American Surgeon 58(9):546-***, ****.

6. Shapiro MJ, Fravell S, Durham R, Keegan MJ: Seat Belt Usage by Trauma Center Personnel. Missouri Medicine 89(2):102-***,****.

7. Durham RM, Buckley J, Keegan M, Fravell S, Shapiro MJ, Mazuski J: Management of Blunt Hepatic Injuries. American Journal of Surgery 164:477- ***, ****.

8. Reed LJ, Keegan MJ: Fat Embolism Syndrome: A Complication of Trauma. Critical Care Nurse, June: 3 3 -3 7, 1993.

9. Shapiro MJ, Cole Jr KE, Keegan M, Prasad CN, and Thompson RJ: National survey of state trauma registries - 1992. J Trauma 37(5):835-***, ****,

10. Shapiro MJ, Marts B, Bemi A, and Keegan MJ: The perils of bungee jumping. J Emerg Med 13(5):629-***, ****.

11. Mazuski JE, Shapiro MJ, Kaminski DL, Andrus C, Keegan MJ, Luchtefeld WB, Durham RM: Diagnostic laparoscopy for the evaluation of penetrating abdominal trauma. Accepted, The Western Trauma Association, 1997.

12. Luchtefeld W, Shapiro MJ, Durham RM, Mazuski JE, Keegan MJ, Zuckerman D: Efficacy of Metopramide in facilitating duodenal placement of small bowel

feeding tubes in trauma patients. Submitted, JPEN, 1996.

Book Chapters:

1. Shapiro MJ, Durham RM, Keegan M: The Economics of Critical Injury. In: Munoz E, Nyhus L, eds., Problems in General SuraLrv-. Vol. 8. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Company, pp. I- 10, 199 1.

Abstracts :

1. Shapiro MJ, Minor CB, Keegan M: The Usefulness of the Keith Anti-Reflux Valve in the Intensive Care Unit. Critical Care Medicine, 17:596, 1989.

2. Shapiro MJ, Minor CB, Keegan M: The Salem Surnp Anti-Reflux Valve - Letter to the Editor. Crit Care Med 20:154, 1992.

L. Current and past teaching responsibilities:

1988-Pres Clinical faculty at Saint Louis University School of Nursing

M. Thesis,dissertation,post-doctoral supervision:

Assessment of Registered Nurses' Knowledge of the Importance of Nutrition and

Weaning from the Mechanical Ventilator. Saint Louis University School of Nursing, Masters Thesis, 1986.

N. Supplemental Material:

1. Presentations

1986-1988 Seminar leader for eight one day Wks on "Critical Care

Emergencies" for the American Health Care Institute. Presented in eight cities.

Feb. 1987 Coordinator of St. Louis Metropolitan Society of Critical Care Medicine 1987 Winter Symposium, entitled "Cardiac Transplantation", held at The University Hospital, Saint Louis University Medical Center.

May 1988 Co-coordinator of First Annual Spring Trauma Symposium entitled "Care of the Multiple Trauma Patient", sponsored by The University Hospital, held at the Omni Hotel, St. Louis, MO

1988-Pres Coordinator of the Advanced Trauma Life Support Course, held

several times per year at Saint Louis University Medical Center.

Feb. 1989 Presenter for the National Association of Orthopedic Nurses, Certification review course. Topic: Orthopedic trauma.

May 1989 Co-coordinator of Second Annual Spring Trauma Symposium

entitled "Care of the Multiple Trauma Patient", sponsored by The University Hospital, held at the Embassy Suites 1-totel in St. Louis, MO

June 1989 Shapiro MJ, Minor C, and Keegan M: The Usefulness of the Keith Anti- reflux Valve in the Intensive Care Unit. Society of Critical Care Medicine, New Orleans, LA

Sept. Coordinator and Instructor of the Saint Louis University Trauma

1989-1993 Nurse Course (I6 hours) held four times per year.

Guest speaker at the National Association of Orthopedic Nurses' St. Louis Chapter Meeting. Topic: Orthopedic Trauma.

Guest speaker at Mount Sinai Hospital's (Cleveland) Trauma Symposium. Topic: Complications of Trauma - ARDS & DIC.

June 1980 Shapiro MJ, Keegan M: Continuous Oscillation Therapy (COT) for the Treatment of Pulmonary Contusion. Mo Chapt ACS - Lake of the Ozarks, MO

Aug.-April Co-presenter of "Trauma Update." A two day symposium sponsored by

1989-1990 Resource Applications. Presented in eight cities.

May 1990 Co-coordinator of Third Annual Spring Trauma Symposium, sponsored by Saint Louis University Medical Center, held at the Holiday Inn in Clayton, Missouri.

Oct. 1990 Presenter at the Critical Care Nursing Conference sponsored by Resource Applications held in Orlando, Florida. Topic: Second Priority Injuries of Trauma and Spectacular Cases in Trauma.

Jan. 1991 Presented Spectacular Cases in Trauma for the Southern Illinois AACN Chapter.

May 1991 Co-Coordinator of the Fourth Annual Spring Trauma Symposium, sponsored by Saint Louis University Medical Center.

Presenter at the American Association of Critical Care Nurse National Teaching Institute held in Boston, Massachusetts. Topic: Spectacular Cases in Trauma Nursing.

Oct. 1991 Presenter at the University of Texas Medical Branch, School of Nursing. Topic: Management of Rapidly Changing Situations: An Expert Trauma Nurse's Perspective.

Nov. 1991 Presenter at the St. Louis Orthopedic Nurses Association Symposium. Topic: Assessment of the Trauma Patient.

May 1992 Co-coordinator of the Fifth Annual Trauma Symposium, sponsored by Saint Louis University Medical Center.

May 1992 Presenter at the American Association of Critical Care Nurses National Teaching Institute held in New Orleans, Louisiana. Topic: Myocardial and Aortic Trauma.

Oct. 1992 Presenter at Wyoming Medical Center Trauma Conference. Casper, Wyoming. Topic: Spectacular Cases in Trauma. .

Nov. 1992 Presenter at Home Hospital Trauma Seminar. Lafayette, Indiana. Topic: Spectacular Cases in Trauma.

May 1993 Co-Coordinator of the Sixth Annual Trauma Symposium sponsored by the Saint Louis University Medical Center.

May 1993 Presenter at the American Association of Critical Care Nurses National Teaching Institute held in Anaheim, California. Topic:

Spectacular Cases in Trauma and Myocardial and Aortic Trauma.

Sept. 1993 Presenter at Norfolk, Virginia Medical Center Trauma Symposium.

Topic: Spectacular Cases in Trauma and Myocardial and Aortic Trauma.

Sept. 1993 Presenter at 8th Annual Townsend Cardiovascular Nursing Symposium, Wichita, Kansas. Topic: Myocardial and Aortic Trauma.

Feb. 1994 Presenter at the Saint Louis University Physician Relations Conference, St. Louis, MO. Topic: The Hospital Response to Community Violence Committee.

March 1994 Presenter at the Northwest Chicago Chapter AACN Conference, Chicago, Illinois. Topic: Spectacular Cases in Trauma.

March 1994 Presenter at the Greater St. Louis Chapter AACN Critical Care Symposium, St. Louis, Missouri. Topic: Spectacular Cases in Trauma.

May 1994 Co-Coordinator of the Seventh Annual Trauma Symposium. Sponsored by Saint Louis University Health Sciences Center.

Sept.1994 Presenter at the Missouri's United Parcel Service Safety Conference, St. Louis, MO. Topic: Preventing Injuries, Seat Belts and Child Safety Seats.

Oct. 1994 Presenter at the 5th Annual EMT Conference at Scott Air Force Base, Illinois. Topic: Spectacular Cases in Trauma.

Oct. 1994 Presenter at the "Prevention Partnership" Gang Conference. St. Louis, MO. Topic: I-hospital Response to Community Violence.

March 1995 Presenter at the Northwest Chicago Area Chapter AACN Midwest Conference. Topics: Thoracic Trauma and Spectacular Cases in Trauma Nursing.

March 1995 Presenter at the K.O.M.A./AACN Trauma Conference, Joplin,

MO. Topics: Thoracic Trauma and Spectacular Cases in Trauma Nursing.

March 1995 Presenter at the Greater St. Louis AACN Chapter Critical Care Symposium, St. Louis, MO. Top ie: HealthCare personnel coping with violence. Development of a Hospital Response to Community Violence Committee

April 1995 Presenter at the 13th Annual Gore-Farha Critical Care Nursing Symposium, Wichita, Kansas. Topics: Thoracic Trauma and Spectacular Cases in Trauma Nursing.

Sept. 1995 Presenter at the Lutheran General Hospital, Park Ridge, Illinois "On the Cutting Edge of Critical Care Nursing" Conference. Topic: Cardio-thoracic Trauma.

Jan. 1996 Chair and Presenter at the "Care of the Multiple Trauma Patient" Seminar given for St. Louis HMO and PPO case managers at The Ritz Carlton, St. Louis, MO. Topics: The Hospital Response to Community Violence and Description of a Level I Trauma Center.

Feb. 1997 Presented for the Accelerated Nursing Program, Saint Louis University School of Nursing, St. Louis, MO. Topic: Tertiary Prevention of Violence.



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