Bachelor of Science Registered Nurse with extensive practice in healthcare and patient services, including clinical and pharmaceutical experience. Highly organized, detail-focused and self motivated; with the ability to function independently and collaboratively within a multidisciplinary team to accomplish goals. Demonstrates excellent communication, leadership and management skills.
Registered Nurse License, Texas State Board of Nursing
Basic Life Support
Progressive Care Certified Nurse
American Association of Critical Care Nurses, Member
Immunology Nurse Advocate Pilot Program
Individually selected to pilot dual-role Immunology Nurse Educator and Nurse Advocate positions to provide patient support at two unique points in patients' treatment journeys. Served as District Trainer for West District Hepatology Team. Duties included training and mentoring staff, developing and facilitating best practice training sessions during bi-weekly conference calls, content pull-through from national meetings, collaborating with fellow District Trainers across silos to best serve my team and our patients, and providing peer-coaching upon request. During my clinical experience, I was designated Charge Nurse, and a Level IV RN, responsible for precepting, training and mentoring staff.
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