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Registered Nurse Mental Health

Location:
Fredericton, NB, Canada
Posted:
April 15, 2020

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Samantha Braman

** **** ******* ****, ****, NB, E5L2J9 – 506-***-**** – adctj5@r.postjobfree.com

Objective

To secure full time, part-time or casual work on any Long Term Care, Transitional Care, Mental Health or Palliative Unit.

Experience

Registered Nurse

Oromocto Public Hospital, Oromocto, NB

March, 2017 – May, 2019

Working at the Oromocto Hospital I worked for a brief period on the Medical/Surgical Unit before transitioning to transitional care on the Duffie Unit. While working transitional care I was responsible for many tasks. Some included: delegating tasks, medication administration, patient care, communicating with other disciplines responsible for the care of patients, communicating with families, and being the charge nurse on the weekends and during night shifts.

Research Assistant

University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, NB

May 1st, 2015 – July 1st, 2015

I worked with Dr. Kathryn Weaver at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton. I recruited and conducted interviews with health care professionals in regards to their experience and perceptions with individuals with eating issues. I later transcribed this data which was confidentially sent to Dr. Weaver for analysis.

Education

Bachelor Degree

University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, New Brunswick

May 20th, 2016

In 2015 I was awarded a publication in the Mental Health Textbook for a poem I wrote about my experience with an eating issue.

Licences

CPR certified through KCM First Aid services

Suicide Awareness certified

Skill Highlights

Excellent communicator

Excellent critical thinker

Aware of strengths and weaknesses

Culturally sensitive

Puts patient safety first

Enthusiastic caregiver

Eager to help implement positive changes within the health care system

References

Gisele Gallibois

Senior Teaching Associate

UNB Faculty of Nursing

Telephone: 506-***-****



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