(555) 432-1000,
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
Professional Summary
Ms. Claire has more than 20 years of nursing experience with a specialty in emergency nursing. She has extensive experience in both peacetime and combat care environments. Ms. Claire has also been an educator conducting training, ranging from simple in-hospital tasks to comprehensive courses, preparing a wide range of medical providers for day-to-day patient care and deployment to the war zone. With a broad range of knowledge in medical human patient simulation, she has presented educational institution and medical facility consultations for implementing simulation into training methodologies.
Human Patient Simulation Development Expertise
Human Patient Simulation Software Programming
Curriculum Development Expertise
Field readiness instruction
Microsoft Office Expertise Classroom Instruction

Interpersonal Communication
Deployment Experience
Trauma Resuscitation Experience
Northern Kentucky University Highland Heights, KY Expected in Current : Doctor of Nursing Practice Student - GPA :
University of Maryland Baltimore, Maryland Expected in 1996 Master of Science : Nursing - GPA :

Clinical Nurse Specialist coursework in Trauma, Critical Care

University of Southwestern Louisiana Lafayette, LA Expected in 1987 Bachelor of Science : Nursing - GPA :

Coursework in nursing and preparation for licensing as a registered nurse.

Certification in Emergency Nursing
Advanced Trauma Life Support Coordinator
Work History
Kaiser Permanente - Medical Simulation Coordinator
Springfield, VA, 07/2010 - Current
Direct medical simulation activities for facility physicians, nurses, and technicians.  Assess learning requirements and develop simulation events for intercollaborative teams.  Consult with local universities and medical facilities to establish community partnerships for medical education.
Us Oncology, Inc. - Clinical Educator
Round Rock, TX, 08/2007 - 06/2010
Developed didactic content with integrated simulation experiences representing clinical and functional dimensions for new graduate,
nurses returning to the healthcare settings.  Responsible for converting existing content for commercial use. Programmed software to emulate different patient presentations and disease processes.  Provided consultation for universities and healthcare systems for integration of human patient simulation in curricula and maintenance of clinical competencies.
City Of Houston, Tx - Military Curriculum Developer
Houston, TX, 2007 - 2008

Designed comprehensive curriculum for Air Force Special Operations training programs.  Developed simulation scenarios and didactic content for physicians, nurses, and medical technicians.  Programmed 20 patient scenarios for use in teamwork communication and collaboration training exercises.

Common Spirit - Flight Commander, Education and Training
Corbin, KY, 06/2006 - 06/2007
Responsible for all formal training courses within the medical treatment facility (Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Pediatric Advanced Life Support, Neonatal Resuscitation Program, Basic Life Support).  Coordinated all continuing education programs for physicians, nurses, and technicians.  Managed Emergency Medical Technician refresher courses and certification.
Peraton - Chief Nurse
, , 2005 - 2006

Responsible for ensuring all casualty care activities were maintained and complied with aeromedical evacuation standards.  Coordinated patient transfers between the medical treatment facility and aircraft transport. 

Flightsafety International Inc. - Flight Commander, Emergency Services
Fort Worth, TX, 04/2004 - 08/2006
Directed a 14-bed Level 2 emergency department with an average daily census of 100 patients.  Supervised staff of 75 nurses, physicians, and technicians.  Responsible for all emergency response calls across the base.  Maintained emergency capabilities during 2 major natural disasters.
United States Air Force - Director, Expeditionary Support Course
City, STATE, 02/2001 - 04/2004
Assisted in the ground-up design of a week-long medical contingency training platform to minimize the footprint of assets in the deployed setting.As one of ten cadre members for classes of 60+ students (physicians, nurses, technicians), tasks accomplished included facility build, equipment familiarization, deployment operations and a 36-hour medical exercise.The overall purpose was to familiarize personnel with the facility setting encountered in deployed environments.After 9/11, the cadre trained over 1,700 personnel in a sixteen-week period
United States Air Force - Associate Director, Critical Care Air Transport Team Course
City, STATE, 04/1999 - 02/2001
Provided administrative and teaching support for a 3-person team (intensivist, critical care nurse and respiratory therapist) designed to care for critical patients during air transport from point of injury to definitive care.Trained over 1,000 personnel.
United States Air Force - Assistant Nurse Manager, Emergency Services
City, STATE, 1996 - 1999
Managed 35 nurses providing care for patients in a Level I Trauma Center.  Average patient census 125 per day with 3-5 trauma resuscitation cases per day.
University Of Maryland At Baltimore - Graduate Student
, , 1994 - 1996
United States Air Force, Yokota AB - Flight Examiner
, , 1992 - 1996
Responsible for providing in-flight evaulations of nursing mission managment and safety considerations. 
United States Air Force, Yokota AB - Flight Instructor
, , 1991 - 1992
Responsible for providing in-flight instruction for nurses.  Focused on flight physiology and mission management.
United States Air Force - Intensive Care Unit, Staff Nurse
City, STATE, 1989 - 1991
United States Air Force - Inpatient Medical Unit, Staff Nurse
City, STATE, 1987 - 1989
Meritorious Service Medal, 1999, 2004, 2007
Air Force Commendation Medal, 1991, 1994
Air Force Achievement Medal, 2001, 2002
Combat Readiness Medal, 1992
National Defense Service Medal, 1991, 2002
Southwest Asia Service Medal, 1991
Iraq Campaign Medal, 2006
Saudi   Arabia’s Liberation of Kuwait Medal, 1991
Kuwait’s Liberation of Kuwait Medal, 1991
5th Air Force Aircrew Member of the Year, 1994

Air Force Association, Life Member
Emergency Nurses Association
International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Leadership
Midwestern Nursing Research Society
National League for Nursing
Sigma Theta Tau International, Honor Society of Nursing
Society for Simulation in Healthcare
Veterans of Foreign Wars

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School Attended

  • Northern Kentucky University
  • University of Maryland
  • University of Southwestern Louisiana

Job Titles Held:

  • Medical Simulation Coordinator
  • Clinical Educator
  • Military Curriculum Developer
  • Flight Commander, Education and Training
  • Chief Nurse
  • Flight Commander, Emergency Services
  • Director, Expeditionary Support Course
  • Associate Director, Critical Care Air Transport Team Course
  • Assistant Nurse Manager, Emergency Services
  • Graduate Student
  • Flight Examiner
  • Flight Instructor
  • Intensive Care Unit, Staff Nurse
  • Inpatient Medical Unit, Staff Nurse


  • Master of Science
  • Bachelor of Science

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