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Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

Accomplished Neonatal Intensive Care nurse committed to working with healthcare teams to deliver high-level service and support to patients, families, and nursing staff. Resourceful educator committed to increasing evidence-based nursing knowledge and practice. Excellent track record of mentoring and precepting team members. Participation in the nursing clinical ladder for the Magnet Recognition Program that includes evidence-based research, project presentations, and improved staff development.

Skills
  • Precepting
  • Mentoring
  • Educator: Prevention of Lateral Violence in the Workplace
  • Intravenous Therapy (PICC line placement)
  • RN IV Clinical Expert (Magnet Status Clinical Ladder)
Work History
09/2021 to Current
Nursing Professor Louisiana Delta Community College Monroe, LA,
  • Assigning students to patients based on students' learning objectives and patient needs.
  • Delivering individualized instruction on observation, assessment, decision-making and patient health teaching in the clinical environment.
  • Instructing students on how to perform head-to-toe assessments on patients and how to intervene in medical emergencies.
  • Assessing student knowledge levels and abilities through detailed written patient care plans.
  • Monitoring progress of each student in the clinical environment.
  • Providing immediate and constructive feedback to students individually and as group.
  • Maintaining student attendance records and grades using CANVAS Software.
  • Contributing educational and clinical expertise to help optimize student learning by directly caring for Neonatal Intensive Care patients at least 144 hours each month to maintain currency on clinical techniques.
  • Analyzing clinical settings' effectiveness in helping students achieve course and program outcomes.
  • Collaborating with other nursing professors to implement best practices to enhance student learning.
12/2016 to Current
Registered Nurse Level III Providence St. Joseph's Health Point Reyes Station, CA,
  • Providing direct patient care to critically ill premature neonates from 23 weeks gestation through post-term gestation.
  • Providing cardio-respiratory and pulse oximetry monitoring.
  • Performing routine assessments to include vital signs, monitoring intake/output, providing intravenous, enteral, and oral nutrition.
  • Assisting with placement of central lines (PIV, PICC, UVC, UAC, PAL).
  • Obtaining lab specimens via capillary, venous, or arterial samples. Assisted with lumbar punctures.
  • Assisting with intubation procedure and monitoring of infants on mechanical ventilation, inhaled nitric oxide, as well as other forms of respiratory support (i.e., CPAP, nasal cannula).
  • Assisting with thoracentesis and chest tube placement procedures.
  • Assisting with x-rays, ultrasound, and MRI procedures
  • Administering medications via oral, IV, and intramuscular injections and monitoring responses.
  • Providing blood and plasma transfusions.
  • Providing care and monitoring of infants requiring hypothermia therapy for Hypoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy.
  • Providing care for intrauterine drug-exposed infants using the "Eat, Sleep, & Console" program.
  • Attending high-risk deliveries and providing NRP resuscitation.
  • Conferring with physicians during multidisciplinary rounds to discuss diagnoses and devise well-coordinated treatment approaches.
  • Providing education and support to families of neonates.
  • Adherence to standard protocols and nursing care plans per unit policies.
  • Serving as preceptor/mentor to new hire nursing staff as well as nursing students during their Nurse Internship Program.
  • Training new nurses in proper techniques, care standards, operational procedures, and safety protocols.
  • Participating in nursing simulation activities, evidence-based practice project implementation, and competency development to further nursing education.
  • Auditing charts and reviewing clinical consensus guidelines documents to verify accuracy.
10/2014 to 12/2016
Registered Nurse, Neonatal ICU Greater Baltimore Medical Center Hunt Valley, MD,
  • Accepted contract nursing jobs within NICU settings during and for Electronic Medical Record conversions.
  • Provided direct patient care to critically ill premature neonates from 28 weeks gestation through post-term gestation.
  • Provided cardio-respiratory and pulse oximetry monitoring.
  • Performed routine assessments to include vital signs, monitoring intake/output, providing intravenous, enteral, and oral nutrition.
  • Assisted with placement of central lines (PIV, PICC, UVC, UAC, PAL).
  • Obtained lab specimens via capillary, venous, or arterial samples. Assisted with lumbar punctures.
  • Assisted with intubation procedure and monitoring of infants on mechanical ventilation, inhaled nitric oxide, as well as other forms of respiratory support (i.e., CPAP, nasal cannula).
  • Assisted with x-rays, ultrasound, and MRI procedures
  • Administered medications via oral, IV, and intramuscular injections and monitored responses.
  • Assisted with NRP resuscitation.
  • Conferred with physicians during multidisciplinary rounds to discuss diagnoses and devise well-coordinated treatment approaches.
  • Adherence to standard protocols and nursing care plans per unit policies.
07/1998 to 09/2014
Registered Nurse IV University Of Arkansas For Medical Sciences, Neonatal Intensive Care Nursery City, STATE,
  • Served as RN IV NICU Clinical Expert (Magnet Status Clinical Ladder)
  • Provided cardio-respiratory and pulse oximetry monitoring.
  • Performed routine assessments to include vital signs, monitoring intake/output, providing intravenous, enteral, and oral nutrition.
  • Assisted with placement of peripheral and central lines (PIV, PICC, UVC, UAC, PAL).
  • Obtained lab specimens via capillary, venous, or arterial samples. Assisted with lumbar punctures.
  • Assisted with intubation procedure and monitoring of infants on mechanical ventilation, inhaled nitric oxide, as well as other forms of respiratory support (i.e., CPAP, nasal cannula).
  • Assisted with thoracentesis and chest tube placement procedures.
  • Assisted with x-rays and ultrasound procedures.
  • Administered medications via oral, IV, and intramuscular injections and monitored responses.
  • Provided blood and plasma transfusions.
  • Provided care for intrauterine drug-exposed infants using the Finnegan Scoring System.
  • Attended high-risk deliveries and providing NRP resuscitation.
  • Conferred with NICU team during multidisciplinary rounds to discuss diagnoses and devise well-coordinated treatment approaches.
  • Provided education and support to families of neonates.
  • Adherence to standard protocols and nursing care plans per unit policies.
  • Served as preceptor/mentor to new hire nursing staff as well as nursing students during their Nurse Internship Program.
  • Trained new nurses in proper techniques, care standards, operational procedures, and safety protocols.
  • Participated in nursing simulation activities, evidence-based practice project implementation, and competency development to further nursing education.
  • Managed and educated other nursing staff per EBP and to improve quality standards and patient safety/satisfaction.
  • Assisted with scheduling and planning of RN assignments.
  • Presented EBP posters/simulations at peer presentations.
Education
Expected in 10/2021 to to
Master of Science: Nursing Education
Capella University - Minneapolis, MN,
GPA:
  • Member of Omega Gamma Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society
Expected in 08/2012 to to
Bachelor of Science: Nursing
University of Arkansas At Little Rock - Little Rock, AR,
GPA:
  • Member of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing
Expected in 05/1998 to to
Associate of Science: Science – Nursing
University of Arkansas At Little Rock - Little Rock, AR,
GPA:
  • Awarded Charles and Nadine Baum Scholarship
Affiliations

10/2020 to present Omega Gamma Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing

10/2020 to present National Association of Neonatal Nurses

10/2020 to present National League for Nursing

2/2012 to present Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing

12/1998 to present Academy of Neonatal Nursing


Additional Information
  • AWARDS: 2012 March of Dimes Leading Practice Award, Arkansas Chapter, NICU Family Support "Grime Scene Investigation: the ROCK" Hand Hygiene Program

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School Attended

  • Capella University
  • University of Arkansas At Little Rock
  • University of Arkansas At Little Rock

Job Titles Held:

  • Nursing Professor
  • Registered Nurse Level III
  • Registered Nurse, Neonatal ICU
  • Registered Nurse IV

Degrees

  • Master of Science
  • Bachelor of Science
  • Associate of Science

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