Doctoral prepared family nurse practitioner. Experience in providing primary health care to individuals and families, emphasizing health promotion and disease prevention. Additional experience in prenatal care, chronic disease management, acute care, mental health, and natural family planning within the primary care setting. Work
Sanford HealthAugust 2015 to CurrentClinical Instructor
Nurse Practitioner – Family Medicine.
Provide primary health care to individuals and families, emphasizing health promotion and disease prevention.
Additional experience with prenatal care, chronic disease management, acute care, and mental health within the primary care setting.
Utilize evidence-based practice, ethical principles, and effective communication with patients, family, and colleagues, and compassion to others.
North Dakota State UniversityJanuary 2012 to May 2015Margaret Mackowick, MS, RN
Supervision and guidance to undergraduate nursing students in the clinical setting.
Assistance to students in the integration of theory and practice, specific to the course's learning activities and level of the learner.
Evaluation students' development of clinical reasoning skills and course outcomes.
Collaboration with the clinical agency and college of Nursing to promote a positive clinical and hospital-unit environment.
Registered Nurse Essentia Hospital: Medical-Surgical November 2008 – June 2015 Direct patient care to medical and surgical patients, assisting in positive health care delivery, promotion, and quality of life.
Incorporate teamwork, effective communication, and compassion to patients, family, and co-workers.
Registered Nurse Heartland Industries and Adult Life Programs September 2009 – March 2011 Nursing care and attention to adults with special needs, and regular monitoring of client health status.
Manage employees in medication training, administration and direct client care.
Monthly education of health related topics and leadership involvement during employee trainings and meetings. Marquette Model Instructor Catholic Diocese of Fargo July 2009 – Present Education and guidance in the Marquette Method of natural family planning.
Individual and group settings of instruction.
On-going assistance and support with past and present couples. DNP Clinical Experience DNP-Student Clinical Experience Locations: Essentia Health - West Fargo, West Acres, Detroit Lakes, South University Fargo, and 32nd Ave Fargo, ND; Lake Region Health Care – Fergus Falls, MN Specialties: Family Practice, Pediatrics, Dermatology, Orthopedics, Neurology, Emergency Room Clinical Hours: 1,020 hours.
Diocesan Development Program for NFP - United States Catholic Conference of Bishops 2009 Involvement *Fargo Diocese Marriage and Family Life Advisory Committee Description: Serve in an advisory capacity to the Director of Marriage and Family Life for the purpose of determining how to best assist pastors in their efforts to support, strengthen, and equip the married couples and families of the Diocese of Fargo. Research *Clinical Dissertation: The Fruit and Vegetable Consumption Problem Description: The purpose of the project was to improve provider practice by using a food frequency-screening tool and a tailored educational component within the clinical setting to facilitate increased knowledge, awareness, and fruit and vegetable consumption among young adults.
Positive provider perception demonstrated the positive impact these interventions have in the clinical setting to improve provider practice and patient care. Computer Skills *Electronic Medical Record: Epic Microsoft Office, Excel, PowerPoint References Dean Gross, Ph.D., FNP North Dakota State University Assistant Professor of Practice: Director of DNP Program 701-231-8355 Vicki Palluck, RN.
Assistant Professor Clinical Instructor Supervisor
North Dakota State University2015Doctor: NursingFargo, North DakotaNursing
University of North Dakota2008Bachelors of Science: NursingGrand Forks, North DakotaNursing
Medical Applications of Natural Family Planning – Marquette University2014Family Nurse Practitioner Certification 2015
*Advanced Cardiac Life Support
Marquette Model of Natural Family Planning – St. Louis University2009
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