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Nurse Practitioner Family Practice

Location:
St. Pete Beach, FL
Posted:
November 28, 2020

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Ellen L. Mullarkey, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC, NP-C

**** *. **** *** *** Blvd.

St. Pete Beach, FL 33706

440-***-****

Current Academic Position:

Assistant Professor: Nova Southeastern University, Ron and Kathy Assaf college of Nursing, family nurse practitioner program

Languages: English & French

Doctoral Project: The Effects of Art Therapy on Hypertension in Black American Women

Education:

Degree Major Institution Year

Post-grad

Nursing Education Certificate

University of South Florida

2021

DNP

Doctorate of Nursing Practice

Georgetown University

2017

MSN

Family Practice Nurse Practitioner

Georgetown University

2014

BA

Studio painting

University of Waterloo

1997

BSN

Nursing

St. Louis University

1985

Professional Experience/Employment

Assistant Professor: Nova Southeastern University, Ron and Kathy Assaf college of Nursing, family nurse practitioner program. 6/2020-present

St. Petersburg Free Clinic: APRN, FNP-BC, primary care provider, volunteer, 2020

Visiting Academic: Trinity College, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Dublin Ireland 1/2020-3/2020

Family Nurse Practitioner: DaVita Medical Group, St. Petersburg, FL: 09/2014 – 11/2019

University Associate: Georgetown University, Washington, DC: January 2019-present

Endocrine Tumor Nurse: Moffitt Cancer Center, Tampa, FL: 12/2010-3/2014

Endoscopy Nurse: North Shore Endoscopy Center, Cleveland, OH: 2005-2010

Refugee Resettlement Mentor: Catholic Charities, Cleveland, OH: 2006-2010

School Nurse/French Instructor: Aurora Montessori, Aurora Ontario, Canada: 2002-2003

Associate Professor in the Critical Care Program: Conestoga College, Kitchener Ontario, Canada

Staff Nurse, ICU/CCU: Hamilton Civic Hospital, Hamilton Ontario, Canada: 1995-1996

Staff Nurse & Charge Nurse, ICU: St Francis Hospital, Greenville, SC: 1993-1994

Staff Nurse & Charge Nurse, CCU: Richland Memorial Hospital, Columbia, SC: 1990-1992

Charge Nurse, Acute Care Services: US Navy, Makalapa Clinic, Pearl Harbor, HI: 1988-1999

Staff Nurse & Charge Nurse ICU/CCU: Wahiawa General Hospital, Wahiawa, HI: 1985-1989

Teaching Experience

Assistant Professor: Nova Southeastern University, Ron and Kathy Assaf College of Nursing, Clearwater Florida. 6/2020 to present

Professor of pathophysiology and Neurobio Psychopharmacology in the Family Nurse Practitioner program which is a blended campus format. Half of the classes are on-line and half are in person. The school is now using the Blend-Flex format of broadcasting the live classes for those students in isolation. I have been part of the course revision team for advanced pharmacology.

Visiting Academic: Trinity College, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Dublin Ireland 1/2020-8/2020

Research Assistant for the PACE study

Lecturer on chronic disease management in the United States

University Affiliate: Georgetown University; 2019 to present

Preceptor: Family nurse practitioner students from Georgetown University.

Responsibilities. Train one or two nurse practitioner students in the clinical setting each semester. The topics covered are clinical assessment; decision making and diagnostic skills; instruction and evaluation of beside procedures such as sutures, joint injections, manipulation, incision & draining; professional development, clinic management and administration; health care ethics; patient education.

Guest Lecturer: University of Tampa, Dept. of Art Therapy. February 18, 2019. Presented findings from the pilot study The Effects of Art Therapy on Hypertension in Black American Women.

Guest Lecturer: November 2017: Georgetown University

NURS 764, Nursing Leadership: Presented on the topic of nursing leadership in disasters.

Associate Professor of the Critical Care Program at Conestoga College: 1996-1997 Kitchener, Ontario, Canada. Coordinated and instructed Foundations of Critical Care II for the summer and winter semesters. This is an anatomy and physiology course for critical care nurses. Taught basic EKG interpretation for each semester as well.

Health Care Innovation & Quality Improvement

Project leader. 2016-2017. Lead the implementation of a telemedicine program for the St. Petersburg, Florida region of DaVita. I interviewed vendors and evaluated their products to see if DaVita could utilize telemedicine for patients who are homebound. After much work and evaluation of our present IT system, telemedicine has been placed on hold until changes to the present system can be made.

Quality Improvement. Developed Near Miss and Medical Error Reporting System for Ambulatory Care. 2016-2017. (Remains in implementation during corporate rebranding)

Clinical Innovation. Group Medical Appointments. Lead the implementation of eight-week programs for diabetic patients with hemoglobin A1C levels above 9. Each week patients attend a two-hour education session on diabetes with twelve other patients, a provider, and health care staff to increase understanding and compliance of diabetic diets, medications and exercise regimes to improve their diabetes.

Clinical Awards. Service Excellence, DaVita Medical Group, May 2017.

Certification:

Six Sigma Green-Belt

AANP, NP-C

ANCC, FNP-BC

Licensure:

APRN, Florida

RN, Florida

RN, College of Nurses Ontario

Grants:

2009 Cleveland Community Grant for the Refugee Artisan Co-op via Catholic Charities

Research as a Principal Investigator

Mullarkey, E.L. (2017) The Effects of Art therapy on Hypertension in Black American Women

(Doctoral project). Retrieved from

repository.library.georgetown.edu/handle/10822/104814 Presentations:

Washington Regional Nursing Conference 2017.

Mullarkey, E. L. (2017). The Effects of Art Therapy on Hypertension in Black American Women. Poster presentation, Washington, DC., Peer reviewed

Current Perspectives in Oncology Nursing 17 th Annual Nursing Conference

Mullarkey, E. L. (2018). The Effects of Art Therapy on Hypertension in Black American Women. Poster presentation, Tampa, FL., Peer reviewed

American Art Therapy Association, 49 th Annual Conference, (peer reviewed)

Mullarkey, E. L. (2018). The Effects of Art Therapy on Hypertension in Black American Women.

One-hour presentation, Miami FL., Peer reviewed

6th Annual Florida Association Nursing Research & Evidence-Based practice Virtual Conference

Mullarkey, E. L. (2018). The Effects of Art Therapy on Hypertension in Black American Women.

Poster presentation, Peer reviewed

Professional Memberships:

Sigma Theta Tau

American Society of Bioethics and Humanities

Ontario Nurses Society

American Nurses Association

Florida Nurses Association

Florida Nurse Practitioner Association

American Art Therapy Association

West Coast Counsel of Advanced Practice Nurses

Service to Professional Organizations:

Representative for Georgetown University School of Nursing to the GNSA/AACN 2016-2017

Lobbied as part of a team for the Florida Nurses Association in Washington DC, 2015

Lobbied as part of a team for the Florida Association for Nurse Practitioners In Washington DC and in St. Petersburg Florida. 2017

Community Service:

Chair of the League of Women Voters, Bay Village, OH; 2007-2009

Coordinator of the Diabetic Equities Project, St Petersburg, FL Free Clinic 2011-2012

Coordinator for the Refugee Artisan Co-op, Cleveland, OH, 2008-2009



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