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pediatric oncology nurse i relief staff leader resume example with 4+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
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Summary

Proactive RN driven to provide care that is both evidence based and compassionate, while advocating for patients' best interests. Has cared for pediatric patients in a variety of settings, including both critical care and the Hematology/Oncology environment. Understands the importance of team work in the health care environment and the role is plays in patient safety.

Skills
  • Assessments
  • Tactful
  • Proactive
  • Quick learner
  • Patient/Family centered care
  • Detail-oriented
  • Organized
  • Team player
Experience
01/2019 to Current
Pediatric Oncology Nurse I/Relief Staff Leader County Of Mendocino Fort Bragg, CA,
  • Provide support to other RNs as Relief Staff Leader, including being a second set of eyes, ears, and hands.
  • Manage and assign admissions to RNs when applicable.
  • Advocate for what is best and safe for the floor in regards to staffing, patient assignments, and admissions.
  • Responsible for assessing and caring for pediatric patients undergoing treatment of catastrophic childhood illnesses such as, cancer and numerous other hematological diseases.
  • Coordinate and manage patient medications, including administering chemotherapies both orally and intravenously.
  • Ensure chemotherapies are given at the right time, at the right rate, and on the correct day of protocol, all of which is verified by an MD, pharmacist, and two bedside RNs.
  • Maintain and follow care bundles to support the reduction of patient harm events.
  • Educate families about patient plans of care and teach them how to care for their child at home, including but not limited to diet restrictions, IV medication administration, and signs and symptoms related to reasons to bring their child to the hospital.
  • Able to work alongside physicians, respiratory therapists, fellow RNs, and other health care providers to advocate for what is best for the patient and provide care that is evidenced based and compassionate.
  • Providing high quality care that is patient and family focused, while being respectful of personal wishes especially those at the beginning, and in some cases, the end of life.
04/2018 to 01/2019
Registered Nurse LeBonheur Children's Hospital City, STATE,
  • Responsible for assessing and caring for critically ill and stable neonatal populations.
  • Able to care for patients requiring interventions for life support, including mechanical ventilation and oscillatory ventilation, and also those requiring lesser interventions, such as feeding and growing support.
  • Management of patient medications, including but not limited to continuous drips utilized for hemodynamic support, pain, and sedation.
  • Able to and responsible for recovering patients from the operating room in the critical care setting. Maintaining and following care bundles to support the reduction of patient harm events.
  • Educating families about patient plans of care and helping to guide them through their stay in the neonatal ICU and the decisions they may have to make for their infant.
  • Able to work alongside physicians, respiratory therapists, fellow RNs, and other health care providers to advocate for what is best for the patient and provide care that is evidenced based and compassionate.
  • Providing high quality care that is patient and family focused, while being respectful of personal wishes especially those at the beginning, and in some cases, the end of life.
01/2017 to 03/2018
Registered Nurse Associate Partner Riley Hospital For Children At Indiana University Health City, STATE,
  • Responsible for assessing and caring for critically ill pediatric populations, both those who are acutely ill and those who are chronically ill, some requiring basic to advanced forms of life support.
  • Management of patient medications, including continuous drips utilized for hemodynamic support, pain, and sedation.
  • Maintaining and following care bundles to support the reduction of patient harm events.

  • Educating patients and families about plans of care and helping to guide them through their stay in the pediatric ICU.
  • Able to work alongside physicians, respiratory therapists, fellow RNs, and other health care providers to advocate for what is best for the patient and provide care that is evidenced based and compassionate.
  • Providing high quality care that is patient and family focused, while being respectful of personal wishes especially those at the end of life.
Education and Training
Expected in to to
Bachelor of Science: Nursing
Indiana School of Nursing - Indianapolis ,
GPA:
Activities and Honors

Member, Sigma Theta Tau International, 2016-Present

Certifications

Registered Nurse, State of Tennessee, 2018-Present

Registered Nurse, State of Indiana, 2017-2019

BLS, American Heart Association, 2012-Present

PALS, American Heart Association, 2017-Present

APHON, Association of Pediatric Hematology/Ocology Nurses, 2019-Present

ACLS, American Heart Association, 2020-Present

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Indiana School of Nursing

Job Titles Held:

  • Pediatric Oncology Nurse I/Relief Staff Leader
  • Registered Nurse
  • Registered Nurse Associate Partner

Degrees

  • Bachelor of Science

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