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AMY SMITH
123 Main Street Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Home: (555) 555-1234, Cell: (555) 555-1235 asmith@sample~resume.com


Objective:   Seek the Position of Clinical Nurse Specialist

SUMMARY:   Profoundly talented Clinical Nurse Specialist with huge background in completing and overseeing a variety of professional assignments to develop, implement, and maintain a comprehensive health care delivery system for patients of state facilities, and provide clinical assessments of care provided to technology dependent children.

Summary of Qualifications

  • Over seven years experience.
  • Deep knowledge of the natural sciences, i.e., anatomy,    physiology, biochemistry, pathophysiology, pharmacology, and    microbiology.
  • Uncommon knowledge of laboratory medicine and of    developmental and behavioral psychology.
  • Exceptional knowledge of patient assessment and evaluation    methods.
  • Immense knowledge of clinical medicine and of individual and    group clinical therapy techniques.
  • Remarkable knowledge of patient rights.
  • Extensive ability to assess the physical and psychosocial    health/illness condition of patients.
  • In-depth ability to develop a therapeutic relationship with    patients.
  • Great ability to relate and interpret medical data.
  • Solid ability to identify normal and abnormal findings and    initiate appropriate follow-up.
  • Sound ability to serve as a member of a team, provide    direction and leadership to others.
  • Strong ability to maintain records, and prepare reports and    correspondence related to the work.
  • Excellent ability to communicate effectively with others and    maintain favorable public relations.
  • Uncommon ability to relate effectively with patients, visitors,    medical and ancillary staff, and administrative personnel.

    Professional Experience

    New Flower Clinics, New York, NY                2002 - Present

    Clinical Nurse Specialist II
    • Participate in formulating, interpreting, implementing, and evaluating objectives, policies, and procedures of nursing care.
    • Make decisions within the area of nursing care and in accordance with established treatment measures.
    • Provide expert patient assessment and formulate nursing diagnosis through such means as observation, inspection, palpation, auscultation, review of available records, and conducting interviews.
    • Collaborate with the interdisciplinary team to establish database.
    • Determine necessary data gathering for appropriate management and treatment of patients.
    • Advocate for the rights of patients.
    • Plan, evaluate, and modify treatment programs based on data obtained through observation, interviews, and analysis of patient's records.
    • Provide primary clinical therapy and treatment to individual and groups of patient(s).
    • Provide such services as psychotherapy, behavior therapy, family therapy, group therapy, marital therapy, and other recognized therapeutic treatments determined necessary for the patient's condition.
    • Establish nursing care objectives and priorities based on the assessment of patient's needs in relation to long and short-term treatment goals; involve and direct nursing care personnel in the administration of individual clinical therapy into the total-treatment milieu.
    • Participate in planning nursing aspects of both new and on-going programs, and develops and expand patient treatment programs in conjunction with medical staff and other treatment staff.
    • Coordinate ward milieu programs.
    • Consult with head nurse and other medical professionals on milieu treatment issues and nursing care planning.
    • Serve as a resource person to community nurses, medical staff, and other related professional staff in the provision of patient treatment plans in various settings, such as hospitals, homes, clinics, etc.

    May Day Clinic, Minneapolis, MN                     1998 - 2002

    Clinical Nurse Specialist I
    • Assessed the health status of patients through eliciting comprehensive health histories, performing physical assessment and analyzing data to formulate appropriate plan of care.
    • Consistently collected patient data, which was prioritized according to the patient's immediate condition or needs.
    • Identified expected patient outcomes and developed appropriate plan of care to manage patients' health problems, promoted health maintenance and prioritized multiple patient needs.
    • Implemented interventions identified in the interdisciplinary plan of care.
    • Evaluated and documented patient progress toward the attainment of expected outcomes utilizing interdisciplinary collaboration, appropriate quality indicators and multiple sources of data, including the patients' assessment of progress.
    • Acted as a patient/family advocate to ensure health care services are delivered in an ethical and culturally sensitive manner.
    • Assessed the knowledge, skills and ability of the nursing staff to provide patient care.
    • Provided education opportunities to develop and enhance performance, problem-solving and critical thinking skills of nursing staff.
    • Designed, implemented, coordinated and evaluated materials and programs for clients, health care professionals and the community, based on identified needs.
    • Educated nursing staff and other health care providers in the development, implementation and evaluation of teaching strategies for patients/families.

    Education

    Specialty in Psychiatry

    Masters Degree in Nursing
    University of New York (1998)

    Bachelor's Degree in Nursing
    University of New York (1994)




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