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Nurse Practitioner

Location:
Landenberg, PA
Posted:
February 25, 2020

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Curriculum Vitae

Rebecca A. Shaw, MSN, APRN, FNP-C, CCRN

*** ******* ******, **** *****, PA 19390

443-***-****

adbzj8@r.postjobfree.com

EDUCATION

Maryville University

St. Louis, Missouri

(December 2018 - December 2019)

Post Master’s Certificate - Family Nurse Practitioner

Clinical Rotations:

CVS Minute Clinic Towson - 80 hours Health Assessment (FNP)

North Parkville Health Center - Medstar - 430 hours Primary Care (FNP)

Westside Health Center - 70 hours Women’s Health (WHNP)

Dr Al-Hairiri – 165 hours Pediatrics (PNP)

Walden University

Minneapolis, Minnesota

(2007 – 2010)

Master of Science in Nursing - Education

University of Maryland

Baltimore, Maryland

(2005-2007)

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Community College of Baltimore

Baltimore, Maryland

(2002-2005)

Associate Degree in Science

PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION

American Association of Nurse Practitioners – FNP-C (December 2019)

American Association of Critical-Care Nurses – CCRN (September 2010-September 2020) American Heart Association - ACLS Instructor, BLS Provider, PALS Provider

PROFESSIONAL TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Clinical Instructor, Harford Community College, Belair, Maryland (2019)

Complex Med/Surg

Clinical and Laboratory Instructor, University of Maryland School of Nursing, Baltimore, Maryland (2011 – 2015)

Fundamentals of Nursing

Health Assessment

Adult Health

Clinical Instructor II, Stevenson University, Stevenson, Maryland (2011-2012)

Complex Med/Surg

Med/Surg II

PROFESSIONAL CLINICAL EXPERIENCE

ER Nurse Mercy Medical Center of Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland (June 2016-current)

● Provide and coordinate quality safe care of patients in critical care inpatient unit and emergent care

● Effectively set priorities for patient care and unit needs

● Demonstrated flexibility by providing care to across the continuum and maintained clinical competencies for various units and populations.

● Brought innovative ideas and practice updates to various units as a result of constant exposure to multiple units with different specialties.

● Provide safe care to clients in multiple units

● Apply clinical knowledge and decision-making skills in designing, coordinating, implementing and evaluating patient-centered care

● Maintain each unit and hospital competencies

Wellness Center Manager/School Nurse Baltimore County Public Schools (November 2016 - August 2019)

● Manage operations of Wellness Center

● Manage care of 1000 students for scheduled and acute care

● Manage care of over 100 faculty members

● Manage fiscal budget for Wellness Center/Health Suite

● Educate staff and faculty

● Precept graduate level nursing students in community health

Senior Clinical Nurse II R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center University of Maryland Medical Center Lung Rescue Unit Baltimore, Maryland (October 2015 - November 2016)

● Managed operations on unit including budget, staffing and evaluations

● Engaged clients, families, and necessary others to ensure they were well informed and educated on patient plan of care

● Served as orientation coordinator for all new hires and transfers

● Evaluate practice on a daily basis with feedback given to staff nurses

● Responsible for annual evaluations, performance improvement plans and other disciplinary actions

● Engaged in research to improve patient outcomes

● Developed, evaluated, and coordinated patient plans of care with interdisciplinary team

● Advanced clinical practice on the unit by consistently integrating evidence into practice

● Identified and performed quality care within scope of practice

● Demonstrated professional growth by staying current with clinical practice and professional nursing

● Served as resource related to policies and practices

● Created unit based protocols and standards of care

● Served as Superuser for EPIC go line and continue to educate and assist with updates

● Applied clinical knowledge and decision-making skills in designing, coordinating, implementing and evaluating patient-centered care

● Chair for hospital wide Clinical Education Council

● Participated in shared governance and unit based staff meetings

● Served as professional resource for unit nurses

● Served as mentor and coach for nurses desiring to advance their development through the professional advancement model

● Promoted healthy work environment and team collaboration at the unit level, within the multidisciplinary team and between the step down units

Clinical Practice and Professional Development Coordinator University of Maryland Medical Center Clinical Practice and Professional Development Baltimore, Maryland

(August 2012-October 2015)

● Design, implement, and evaluate educational programs based on program objectives and curriculum

● Develops curriculum for orientation of new graduate nurses and student nurse residents

● Assess educational and professional development needs and provide support to nursing staff on critical care and intermediate care units

● Mentor new nurse graduates on critical care units who are enrolled in the UHC/AACN Graduate Nurse Residency Program

● Precept graduate nursing students enrolled in Health Services Leadership and Management Master’s program

● Maintains flexibility of skills training, as directed by internal and external factors

● Leads PPE Train-the-Trainer sessions and serves as resource for unit leadership

● Mentor Student Nurse Residents

● Superuser for education marathon content

● Supervise presenters and instructors for Clinical Practice and Professional Development course offerings

● Lead in the development of the bladder scanner algorithm

● Course coordinator for Critical Care Course, Critical Thinking Course, Cohort, Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy Course

● Revision of course content based on evidence based practice changes

Supplemental Staff University of Maryland Medical Center Baltimore, Maryland (December 2011-August 2012)

● Provided and coordinated quality care to critically ill adults in the ICU and IMC setting

● Participated as a member of the multidisciplinary patient care services team

● Effectively set priorities for patient care and unit needs

● Demonstrated flexibility by providing care to across the continuum and maintained clinical competencies for various units and populations.

● Brought innovative ideas and practice updates to various units as a result of constant exposure to multiple units with different specialties.

● Provide safe care to clients in multiple intensive care specialty units

● Apply clinical knowledge and decision-making skills in designing, coordinating, implementing and evaluating patient-centered care

● Maintain each unit and hospital competencies

Staff Nurse II Sinai Hospital of Baltimore Baltimore, Maryland (June 2007- December 2011)

● Engaged clients, families, and necessary others to ensure they were well informed and educated on patient plan of care

● Served as charge nurse and disaster management coordinator for the unit

● Developed, evaluated, and coordinated patient plans of care with interdisciplinary team

● Advanced clinical practice on the unit by consistently integrating evidence into practice

● Identified and performed quality care within scope of practice

● Demonstrated professional growth by staying current with clinical practice and professional nursing

● Applied clinical knowledge and decision-making skills in designing, coordinating, implementing and evaluating patient-centered care

● Unit representative for hospital fall and education council

● Participated in shared governance and unit based staff meetings

● Served as professional resource for unit nurses

● Served as mentor and coach for nurses desiring to advance their development

● Precepted and supervised new graduates and new to specialty nurses and patient care assistants

● Promoted healthy work environment and team collaboration at the unit level, within the multidisciplinary team and between the step down units

HONORS AND AWARDS

University of Maryland. (2005-2007) BSN Honor’s Program; Regent's Scholar Award Recipient; John Whitehurst Scholarship Recipient; Maryland Higher Education Commission State Nursing Scholarship Recipient. Nursing Program Community College of Baltimore. (2002-2005) Graduated Summa Cum Laude; Dean’s list 2002, 2003, 2004; National Dean's list, Spring 2004; All-USA Academic Team Nominee 2004-2005; Calvin Statham Scholarship Recipient Spring 2005; Alumni of the Year Spring 2004; Phi Theta Kappa Induction Fall 2003; Phi Theta Kappa, Beta Alpha Tau; Assistant Vice President 2004, President 2005; All-Maryland Academic Team, first team member 2004-2005; Outstanding Student in English, Certificate of Achievement 2004-2005; Outstanding Member, Phi Theta Kappa, Certificate of Recognition 2004-2005.

PRESENTATIONS

Greater Chesapeake Chapter of Academy of Medical-Surgical Nursing Consortium (2013-

2017)

Presenter Respiratory Content

University of Maryland Medical Center. (2012-2016)

Cohort Course – Creator and Presenter Resource Management University of Maryland Medical Center. (2012-2016)

Cohort Course (2011-2016)

Presenter and Facilitator End of Life, Charge nurse, Preceptor Boot Camp, Evidence Based Practice/Process Improvement University of Maryland Medical Center.

Critical Care Course (2011-2016)

Presenter Renal, Respiratory,

Endocrine, Gastrointestinal/Abdominal, Cardiac and Simulation Content

Critical Thinking Course (2011-2016)

Presenter and Simulation Content/Operator

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

American Association of Critical Care Nurses. (2010- present)

Oncology Nurses’ Association. (2008-2016)

American Nursing Association. (2007- present)



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