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Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP)

Location:
Norfolk, MA
Posted:
September 08, 2019

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DAVID N. MARTINO, MSN, MTS, NP, PMHNP-BC

Phone: 617-***-****

adaae6@r.postjobfree.com

SUMMARY STATEMENT

Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, board-certified Family PMHNP, providing direct care to patients ages 12 years and older since 2012. Extensive clinical experience diagnosing and prescribing for complex cases, including those with multiple overlapping psychiatric diagnoses, dual diagnosis, and co-occurring medical problems.

EDUCATION

M.S.N. Master of Science in Nursing, May 2012

Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA

Area of Specialty: Family Psychiatric-Mental Health Advanced Practice Nursing GPA: 3.87

M.T.S. Master of Theological Studies, May 2006

The University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN

Area of Specialty: Systematic Theology

GPA: 3.77

Honors/Awards: Full tuition academic scholarship, 2004-2006 B.A. Bachelor of Art, May 2004

Regis College, Weston, MA

Area of Specialty: English

GPA: 3.92

Honors Thesis: A Pilgrim’s Story: A Theological Look at Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre, - This defended thesis was in an April exploration 2004 of Jane Eyre that showed the usefulness of personal narrative and autobiography in the individual’s psychosocial and spiritual development.

Minor: Religious Studies

Honors/Awards: graduated Summa Cum Laude; graduated in three years; Departmental Honors in English, May 2004; Mary Bryan Award, awarded by the Women’s Studies Department for honors thesis in English, May 2004; Presidential Scholarship, 2001-2004; Alumnae Sponsor Award, Regis College, 2001-2004; Massachusetts Tomorrow’s Teachers Scholarship, 2001-2002. Cert. Certificate: Biotechnology Academy, 2001

Minuteman Regional High School, Lexington, MA

GPA (including high school diploma): 3.96

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NURSING • • • Certified Registered Certified CREDENTIALS Nurse Family Nurse, Practitioner, Psychiatric-Massachusetts Massachusetts Mental Board Health of Nursing, Board Nurse Practitioner of License Nursing, No. License (certifying RN2268151 No. board: RN2268151

• • American National Prescriptive Provider Nurses Authority Credentialing Identifier: 123******* Center)

• Massachusetts Controlled Substances Registration Number: MM0887983I

• DEA Controlled Substance Registration Number: MM2715108 (Schedules II-V),

• Certificate XM2715108 for completing (DATA Clozapine Waiver) REMS Program OTHER • CPR/AED CERTIFICATIONS for the Professional Rescuer (certifying body: American Red Cross of Massachusetts • Certification to Bay) teach Theology, Catholic Archdiocese of Boston PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Boston • Description: Healthcare, Psychiatric Inc., clinician Walpole, providing MA 2017-evaluation, 2019 Psychiatric diagnosis, Nurse pharmacotherapy, Practitioner and psychotherapy for persons ages 12 years and older in an outpatient group practice setting Starr • Description: Psychiatric Psychiatric Center, clinician Brockton, providing MA 2012-evaluation, 2017 Psychiatric diagnosis, Nurse pharmacotherapy, Practitioner and psychotherapy for persons ages 11 years 9 months and older in an outpatient group practice setting. Extensive work with substance- dependent/dual diagnosis patients. Cambridge Health Alliance, MA Family Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Trainee 9/• Description: 2011-5/2012 Conducted Adult Outpatient psychiatric Psychiatry, initial, Central extended, Street and psychopharmacologic Health Center, Somerville, evaluations MA

(interviews, assessment, diagnosis, and documentation); member of a psychopharmacology team; member of a treatment team; presented cases to the treatment team for consultation; wrote treatment plans; carried a caseload of patients for psychotherapy; collaborated with other clinicians; attended grand rounds; attended psychopharmacology seminars; participated in supervision • 708 clinical both experience on and off-hours site. Family Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Trainee 9/2011-11/2011 Child Ambulatory Psychiatry • Description: Department, Observed/Cambridge assisted with Hospital, psychiatric Cambridge, initial evaluations MA of children and adolescents

(interviewing/interacting with patients and families, obtaining collateral information from primary care providers and school teachers, assessment, diagnosis, and documentation), member of an evaluation team, presented cases and consulted with the team, collaborated with other clinicians, observed psychopharmacological evaluations of children/adolescents, attended a weekly • 187 clinical seminar experience on child psychopharmacology. hours Note: A total of 500 advanced practice clinical hours are required for board certification. DAVID N. MARTINO, PAGE 3 OF 3

McLean Hospital, Belmont, MA 5/2010-7/2010 Nursing Student Inpatient Dual Diagnosis Unit, • • Nursing Description: Proctor Synthesis House Assessed Practicum 1 patients for signs and symptoms of substance withdrawal and the need for pharmacotherapy; on certain shifts, prepared and administered medications for all patients on the unit, especially pharmacological agents used for detoxification; observed group psychoeducation and group therapy sessions; participated in daily patient rounds; collaborated with clinicians; member of a clinical supervision group. Carney Hospital, Dorchester, MA 3/2010-5/2010 Nursing Student Inpatient • Description: Adolescent, Observed Adult, and and assessed Older patients; Adult Psychiatric observed group Units; therapy; Partial Hospitalization participated in treatment Program team meetings; member of a clinical supervision group. The Academy of Notre Dame, Tyngsboro, MA

High • Description: School Theology As an educator, Teacher I 8/used 2006-my 6/knowledge 2009 of psychology and human development to shape my teaching objectives, lesson planning, lectures, and assessments. I made course material understandable and relevant for my students by assessing their cognitive, emotional, behavioral, and spiritual level, meeting them at their point in development, and then challenging them to grow. The skills I gained by teaching and advising are relevant to psychiatric-mental health advanced practice nursing.

Junior • Description: Retreat organized Coordinator student 8/2007-volunteers 6/2009 to form a retreat planning committee, led the committee meetings, planned retreat activities, elicited resources, ensured that the annual retreat ran smoothly

Junior • Planned Class and Advisor coordinated 8/2007-several 6/2008 junior class events throughout the school year. Organized class officer meetings and ad hoc committees throughout the year. Guided and communicated with the class officers. Supervised class meetings. Membership in the Leadership Committee, which entailed collaboration with other class advisors and the vice principal of the school. Assessed and addressed psychosocial and disciplinary issues. Faculty Louisiana Chaperone and Bayou for la The Batre, Academy Alabama, of Notre February Dame’s 2008. Mission Trip to New Orleans, PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

American Psychiatric Nurses Association

American Nurses Association

Massachusetts Association of Registered Nurses

Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society

Sigma Tau Delta Honor Society

Delta Epsilon Sigma Honor Society

Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society



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