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RN, MN, CCRN, GNC ( C), CHPCNC ( C)

Location:
Battersea, ON, K0H 2T0, Canada
Posted:
May 20, 2020

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613-***-****

May **th, ****

To Whom It May Concern;

I am a Registered Nurse with vast experience in many facets of nursing. I have a Master of Nursing, through the University of Southern Queensland.

During my time as a PCC and as an Assistant Director of Care, I was able to integrate myself into a leadership role. This allowed me to administer and manage to the needs of the hospital on a daily basis. I integrated well within all units to identify areas of support and mentoring. I was able to utilize my skills in management to ensure all areas operated smoothly and without difficulty. I was able to adapt and manage the daily stressors involved in the hospital wide management. I was able to lead and develop strategic plans to ensure the needs of the front line staff and families and patients’ needs were met. I am skilled in the implementation and quality measure for clients with dementia, mental health disease processes and or a combination of both. As an RN, I incorporate best practice and advanced clinical judgment. As a Registered Nurse, I possess high level experience in mental health and critical care assessment skills. I hold certificates in both of these areas.

I have an outgoing personality with strong convictions to my profession as a Registered Nurse. I have accurate written and spoken communication skills, a proper work ethic and a sense of loyalty to the profession of nursing. I work well as an independent, as a leader, and as well as part of the team. I am a strong advocate of patient/client health teaching, safety and best practice. I possess leadership and mentorship qualities, have excellent time management skills and have experience to allow for the flexibility to change according to my environment and to the needs of my role, patients/clients and staff.

At your convenience, I would appreciate a personal interview to discuss how my experience and qualifications would make me a valuable asset to your organization. Thank you again for taking the time to review the enclosed CV.

Sincerely,

Tracy A. Parker RN, MN, CCRN, GNC (C), CHPCN (C)

Tracy Aileen Parker, RN, MN, CCRN, GNC (C), CHPCN (C)

613-***-****

addcfs@r.postjobfree.com

SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS

Master of Nursing Degree

Registered Nurse, College of Nurses of Ontario

Registered Nurses Association of Ontario

Advanced Critical Care Certificate

Psychiatric Certificate

Case Management Certificate

Gerontology Nurse Certification, CNA

Hospice Palliative Care Nurse Certification, CNA

Current N95 Mask fit

Cancer Cross Oncology Certificate

Coronary Care Certificate/ICU Experience

Current NVCI

SKILLS

Communication

Professional written and spoken communication skills

Experienced Professor of Nursing

Positive professional manner/strong interpersonal skills

Proficient in conflict resolution

Liaison with management, family and clients effectively when analyzing and determining solutions to difficult situations while working with a client focused level of care

Highly developed soft skills

Professional communications with interdisciplinary team members and external stakeholders

Teamwork/Mentorship

Implementation of best practice guidelines from the CNO, RNAO and CNA

CASN Affiliation and Member/ Member of Evaluations Committee University of Alberta, Ontario BScN Program

President Elect of the Gerontology Nurses Association, North Zone Chapter, Fort McMurray 3 year Presidency

Experienced in education and efficient in delivery of resources to staff for contribution to excellent and quality client care

Collaborative Approach to teaching and learning models

Leadership

Development and Delivery of Curriculum in collaboration with University Academic Rigor Models

Clinical Specialties: Geriatrics/Palliative Care, Orthopedics, Mental Health, Critical Care, and Medicine/Surgical

Development of policy and procedures, as well as medical directives

Program design, development and evaluation for nursing practice

Proficient in care planning for acute and chronic disease management

Excellent time management skills

Experienced Charge Nurse Role/Supervision

Senior Leadership role in Acute Hospital setting

Inventory Control and Maintenance

Excellent analytic and problem solving skills

Enjoy working in a fast paced environment

Strong commitment to cooperative teamwork

Highly developed cultural sensitivity

Hardworking, dependable and experienced

Managing Fiscal Budgets/Performance Management

Public Relations/External stakeholder relationships

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

Part Time Administrative Coordinator, Brockville General Hospital, Brockville, Ontario: Presently

Applies a focused depth of technical/clinical knowledge and/or broader-based operational and management expertise

Communicates patient safety as a top-level priority in assigned functional area/unit and maintains focus on patient safety as everyone's responsibility. Monitors compliance with patient safety initiatives.

Ensures compliance with patient safety practices and procedures, including appropriate transfer of information and verification processes

Identifies and promptly responds to patient and employee safety issues

Reports adverse events and near misses, including appropriate disclosure, and consistently investigates and follows-up in a timely fashion

Ensures safe, quality work is performed, ensures service delivery by balancing resources with skill set requirements, establishing priorities and managing schedules

Leads day-to-day operations; provides input to after-hours practice and leads subsequent process improvement initiatives

Monitors, recommends and implements measures to minimize risk and ensure staff and patient safety in compliance with all pertinent environment, employment and labor standards/regulations (e.g. takes a proactive approach in identifying care/safety issues and contributes to the development of standards for patient care and patient flow issues)

Leads day-to-day activities of the organization, coordinates the implementation of work group goals and objectives, and oversees day-to-day operations (e.g. having a visible, regular presence on the patient units, aids in the consistent implementation of work team goals and objectives and oversees after hours unit operations).

Balances fiscal management with service delivery needs, explains budget variance and authorizes expenditures for after-hours staffing needs

Coaches and facilitates resolution of the problem, but would not normally do hands-on patient care

Responds to front line day-to-day support queries, gauges service satisfaction levels, anticipating patient/client needs and issues for a functional area or unit, e.g. ensuring patient access to beds by monitoring, balancing resources and resolving staffing issues/problems, including re-allocating staff based on patient acuity needs, care requirements and workload

Draws attention of day leadership to ideas for improvements to practices, procedures and guidelines, recommends and implements program procedures and initiatives across a hospital sites, e.g. patient access and process flow improvements for multiple units

Maintains an understanding of corporate-wide patient access, anticipating non-routine needs of patients and helps to ensure that such needs are addressed

Assesses broader service needs of patients/clients from key intake areas (ED, OR, Region), and anticipates non-routine needs (e.g. prioritizing demand with available capacity, establishing priority for bed assignments and patient placements based on clinical need and bed availability)

Manages moderately complex activities after hours across a hospital site, provides input to the creations of new protocols and procedures

Authorizing, reporting, processing and auditing of employee time details, authorizes schedules, ensuring safe and efficient resource allocation; monitors and controls pay details, such as overtime, leaves, shift trades and compliance.

Supports the performance management process of staff by providing input to Managers on performance, competency gaps, as well as coaching and counseling staff and supports students within teaching environment,

Provides day-to-day guidance and feedback and recommends development opportunities; ensures professional practices are consistent with regulatory guidelines.

Professor of Nursing, Partial Load Contract, St. Lawrence College, Brockville Campus: 2016-2020

Curriculum Development and delivery in areas of Health Promotion for student learning BScN

Nursing Theories/Laboratory for skill development and delivery

Research to identify best practice guidelines ( RNAO,CNO, CIHI) and implement through curriculum

Data and statistic gathering to identify gaps in program development and create bridges to improve learning

Creating evaluation tools to assess curriculum delivery and development

Clinical Instruction to students in areas of Mental health, Medicine, Community Nursing

Rideaucrest, Temporary FT, Long Term Care Facility, Kingston, Ontario: November 2014 to May 2016

Charge Nurse Facility/ Facility Coordinator After Hours

Move In and Move Out Procedures

Experienced in Palliative Care/Gerontology

Psychogeriatric Care Planning

Family/Group Meetings-Chaired

Clinical Education of Staff on new concepts CADD pumps, central lines and porta caths

Caring for Complex Care/Rehab/ALC/End of Life Patients and Families

Infection Control/OHS responsibilities

Doctors Rounds/updating and review care plans

Bereavement Support for families

Professor of Nursing/Clinical Nurse Instructor, Acute Medical/Surgical/Psychiatry Units; Keyano College, Fort McMurray, Alberta: 2012-2014

Lecturer Pathophysiology and Pharmacology BScN year 2

Curriculum development and delivery of acute psychiatry and community based mental health

Faculty Advising to students who required Learning Plans/Support

Attended and presented at Community Clinics in the areas of Mental Health, Compassion Fatigue, Cardiac Wellness and BP clinics

Clinical Instructor Medicine/Surgical/Mental Health

Development of Evaluation Tools for Student Success

Assistant Director of Care, Long Term Care, Palliative Care, Contract Position Fort McMurray, Alberta: 2011-2012

Running and Overseeing of Psychogeriatric Clinics, Outpatient Mental Health Clinics

Health Promotion Clinics for Community: BP clinic, Smoking Cessation, Cardiac Clinics, Diabetes, Mental Health First Aid

Lead daily operations of home

Budget management

Performance Appraisals of Employees

Mentored a Monthly Bereavement Group

Incident Investigation/Resolution

WSIB Claims and Return Work Strategies/Plans

Community Case Management/Home Care Portfolio

Performance Development and Implementation

Privacy Officer: Long Term Care

Involved in Strategic Planning/Project Development for Future Builds to Hospital

Accreditation Standards and Development

Staff Nurse/Charge Nurse Intensive Care Unit, Northern Lights Health Centre, Fort McMurray, Alberta: 2004-2010

Charge Nurse/Staff Supervision

Trillium Organ Donation Contact

Physical Assessments/Care Planning

ECG Interpretation, ACLs, Central Line Support

Cardiac Monitoring, Swan Ganz

Mentoring New Staff

Float Between ER and ICU support traumas

Cardiac Rehab with new cardiac patients

Collaborative Care Planning with patient and family centred care

PAST EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

Professor of Nursing, Keyano College, Fort McMurray, Alberta: 2012-2014

Assistant Director of Care, Full time Contract Position, Complex Continuing Care Unit, Long Term Care

Palliative Care, Northern Light Health Centre, Fort McMurray, Alberta 2011-2012

Patient Care Coordinator-Hospital Supervisor, Full Time Contract Position, Northern Lights Health 2010-2011

Centre, Fort McMurray, Alberta

ICU RN, Charge Nurse, Full Time, Northern Lights Health Centre, Fort McMurray, Alberta 2004-2010

Emergency /Crisis Nurse, Casual Position, Northern Lights Health Centre, Fort McMurray, Alberta 2002-2010

EDUCATION

Oncology Certificate, Cross Cancer Institute

Instructional Skills Workshop, Teaching Adults Certificate

Trauma Nurse Core Course

NICHE Certificate

Wound Care Certificate

Case Management Certificate, McMaster University

Supportive Pathways Certificate

Coronary Care Certificate

ASIST-Assisted Suicide Intervention Certificate

Dual Diagnosis Certificate

Level I Addictions Training

Level 1 Interpersonal Psychotherapy Certificate

Microsoft Office Proficient Moodle/Blackboard/Meditech/EMR/Pyxsis Configure/ PeopleSoft/PointClickCare

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