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Family Nurse Practitioner

Location:
Walpole, MA
Posted:
April 21, 2021

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Cory L. Pelletier, PhD, RN

EDUCATION

Boston College, William F. Connell School of Nursing, Chestnut Hill, MA

Master of Science in Nursing, Family Nurse Practitioner Specialty Candidate, May 2021

Registered Nurse, 2020

Yale University, New Haven, CT

PhD, Department of Genetics, December, 2010

Dissertation Title: “miRNA disrupting variants and Breast Cancer risk”

Master of Philosophy, Department of Genetics, 2008

Teaching Fellow: Laboratory of Neurobiology, Biology of Reproduction, Women’s Health: Global Issues

Brown University, Providence, RI

AB Biology with Honors, class of 2003

Honors Thesis Title: “Non-invasive polarized light microscopy quantitatively distinguishes the multilaminar structure of the zona pellucida of living human eggs and embryos”

Captain of the Brown University field hockey team, 2001-2002

Brown University Field Hockey Rookie of the Year, 1999-2000

Ivy League Champions, 1999-2000

CERTIFICATIONS

Nurse Practitioner License Number: Anticipated, May, 2021

Registered Nurse License Number: RN2346658, 2020

American Heart Association, Basic Life Support Provider, 2020

CLINICAL EXPERIENCE

Nurse Practitioner

New England Baptist Hospital, Boston, MA, 2020-2021

Orthopedics

Learned the role of the nurse practitioner and assessment skills on both pre-operative and post-operative orthopedic patients. Rounded on postoperative patients recovering from knee and hip replacement surgeries as well as evaluated pre- and post-operative patients in the clinic setting. Learned how to conduct a physical exam, order and interpret tests, and prescribe medications. Observed injections and suture removal. 140.75 hours

Hospitalist

Learned the role of the hospitalist, assessing post-operative patients. We rounded on postoperative patients recovering from orthopedic surgeries, developed and coordinated a plan of care designed to meet the physical, psychological, and social needs of the patients. 62.75 hours

Pain Management

Learned the role of a pain management hospital provider. Offered comprehensive approach to pain control for a number of musculoskeletal conditions, including hip, knee, shoulder, spine, and neck pain. Worked with a team of providers in the hospital to evaluate and treat patients experiencing pain post-operatively. 49 hours.

Pre-Admission Screening

Performed pre-admission evaluations, diagnostic and therapeutic interpretation, and developed a plan of care for pre-surgical patients. 11 hours.

Umass Memorial Medical Center, Worcester, MA, 2020-2021

Orthopedics

Learned the role of the nurse practitioner and assessment skills on patients admitted to the hospital after a variety of orthopedic surgeries. Rounding on admitted patients for a variety of post-operative medical concerns, addressing their medical care while hospitalized. Also spent a significant time seeing a variety of orthopedic patients in the clinic setting, including a pediatric orthopedic clinic rotation. Skills acquired: obtaining a patient history, complete physical exam, implement and coordinate treatment plans, and perform patient teaching for all ages from newborn to advanced ages. Observed injections, suture removal, and serial casting. 90.75 hours.

Hospitalist

Learned the role of the hospitalist, assessing patients admitted to general medicine floors in the hospital. We rounded on patients with a variety of medical concerns, and developed and coordinated a plan of care designed to meet the physical, psychological, and social needs of the patient and their family. 35 hours.

Needham Wellesley Family Medicine, Wellesley, MA, 2021

Learned about family and preventative medicine. Practiced forming a partnership with my patients through telehealth. 29 hours.

Codman Square Health Center, Dorchester, MA, 2021

Community COVID-19 testing to anyone who wants one, regardless of the presence of symptoms or contact with someone who tested positive. Performed patient teaching about COVID-19 and the flu and administered flu vaccines to anyone who wanted one. 33.25 hours.

Boston College

Conducted COVID-19 surveillance testing to the Boston College Community, including students, faculty, and staff. Performed nasal swabbing and teaching about COVID-19 to the community. 50.5 hours.

Nursing

Hospice Care and Boston College Campus School, Nursing Synthesis, Sherborn, MA and Bedford, MA Summer 2020

Varied experiences in home care. Learned about end of life care and how to care for a teenager living with disabilities. 120 Hours.

Meadow Green Rehabilitation and Nursing Center, Waltham, MA and Virtual Simulation, Spring 2020

Psychiatric/Mental Health clinical placement. Divided hours between virtual patient care using psychiatric simulation of patients with a variety of psychiatric conditions and a long term care facility providing direct patient care to memory care residents. 85 Hours.

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, MA, Spring 2020

Childbearing/Maternal Health clinical placement. Provided nursing care on both a labor and delivery unit as well as on a post-partum floor to develop skills in maternal and fetal assessment. 88 Clinical Hours.

Children’s Hospital Boston, Boston, MA, Spring 2020

Child Health clinical placement. Provided nursing care to pediatric patients, gaining skills in pediatric assessment as well as safe medication administration techniques. 72 hours.

Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Boston, MA, Fall 2019

Adult Health clinical placement. Provided nursing care to patients on a medical/surgical unit. Daily responsibilities included medication administration, monitoring input and output, taking vital signs, completing head to toe assessments, and assisting with activities of daily living. 100 Clinical hours, 30 Lab hours.

Broadmeadow Elementary School, Needham, MA, Fall 2019

Community Health clinical placement. Provided nursing care to elementary school children. Developed communication and assessment approaches for various age groups. 100 hours.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES

Aveanna Healthcare, Foxboro, MA, February 2021-Present

Responsible for administering and diluting COVID-19 vaccines. Also responsible for patient teaching, collecting a history to determine patient reaction risk, and utilizing proper PPE while working and administering immunizations.

Reliable Fence Company, Ashland, MA, 2012-2018

Manager, Family-owned small business

Abpro, Inc., Lexington, MA, 2011-2012

Antibody development scientist

Yale University, New Haven, CT, Laboratory of Dr. Weidhaas, 2007-2010

Looked at novel approaches for identifying patients with increased breast cancer risk

Embryologic Technologist, Fertility Centers of Illinois, River North, Chicago, IL, 2004-2005

Responsible for handling, preparing, and performing laboratory procedures involving gametes and human embryos.

Embryologic Technologist, Women and Infants Hospital, Providence, RI, 2003-2004

Responsible for handling, preparing, and performing laboratory procedures involving gametes and human embryos.

Tufts-New England Medical Center, Boston, MA, Laboratory of Dr. Phansey-Chauhan, 2003-2004

Determined association between follicle size and zona pellucida thickness, zona character, and embryo development

Laboratory for Reproductive Medicine, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, MA, and Women and Infants Hospital In Vitro Fertilization Clinic, Laboratory of David Keefe, Providence, RI, 2002-2004

Used a digital polarized light microscope to measure non-invasively the zona layers in digitized images of human eggs and embryos

PUBLICATIONS/PRESENTATION/GRANT/LICENSE/PATENT

“Rare BRCA1 haplotypes including 3’UTR SNPs associate with breast cancer risk.” Pelletier C, Weidhaas JB, et.al. 2011, Cell Cycle.

License Agreement Mira Dx, New Haven, CT, Biotech start-up, 2010

Patent application “Single nucleotide polymorphisms in BRCA1 and cancer risk, 2010, United States Patent Office Application No. 13/379,995.

“Prevalence of the variant allele rs61764370 T>G in the 3’UTR of KRAS among Dutch BRCA1, BRCA2 and non-BRCA1/BRCA2 breast cancer families.” Hollestelle, A, Pelletier C. Weidhaas JB, et al., 2010. Breast Cancer Res Treat.

“A KRAS-variant in ovarian cancer acts as a genetic marker of cancer risk.” Ratner E, Pelletier C, Weidhaas JB, et.al. 2010, Cancer Research.

“miRNA binding site polymorphisms as biomarkers of cancer risk.” Pelletier C, Weidhaas JW, 2010, Expert Review of Molecular Diagnosis.

“Positive correlation between the innermost layer of the zona pellucida and maternal age using computerized image analysis of the polarized light microscope (Polscope).” Oral presentation, American Society for Reproductive Medicine, 60th Annual Meeting, 2004, in collaboration with: Zimerman A, Keefe DL, Trimarchi JR.

“Noninvasive polarized light microscopy quantitatively distinguishes the multilaminar structure of the zona pellucida of living human eggs and embryos.” Pelletier C, Keefe DL, Trimarchi JR. Fertil Steril 2004;81(S1):850-856.

Grant from Irvine Scientific, 2003. Purpose: to measure the speed of change in pH of embryo culture media exposed to atmospheric gas pressures during routine embryo assessment.

“Noninvasive polarized light microscopy quantitatively distinguishes the multilaminar structure of the zona pellucida of living human eggs and embryos.” Poster Presentation, American Society for Reproductive Medicine, 59th Annual Meeting, 2003.

SKILLS

Leadership Teamwork Communication Time Management Problem Solving

Decision Making Bedside Manner Critical Thinking Interpersonal skills



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