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Top 50 Registered Nurse Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Registered Nurse. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Registered Nurse resumes they appeared on. For example, 13.9% of Registered Nurse resumes contained Patient Care as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Registered Nurse actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Registered Nurse

1. Patient Care
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Here's how Patient Care is used in Registered Nurse jobs:
  • Weekend manager and patient care on general rehabilitation unit.
  • Provide direct patient care on a 21 bed surgical to post-operative patients, Assess and coordinate nursing care needs.
  • Provided all aspects of patient care for post surgical and medical patients on a busy adult nursing floor.
  • Provided patient care with emphasis on meeting the physical and emotional needs of the patient and the family.
  • Provide direct patient care, nutrition guidance health counseling to clients in high end outpatient wellness clinic.
  • Job duties include, but are not limited to: Providing direct patient care to inpatients.
  • Administer direct patient care to all ages of patients processed through the Emergency Department.
  • Implemented and managed patient care for up to 8 patients per section.
  • Provide direct patient care on a 21- bed medical surgical Inpatient floor.
  • Provide direct patient care on a 21- bed skilled care floor.
  • Collaborate with other health care providers to coordinate patient care.
  • Coordinate and supervise patient care in OR.
  • Manage patient care in the operating room.
  • Assist in patient care with 11 Cardiologists.
  • Promote quality patient care and optimal outcomes.
  • Maintain accurate, detailed reports and records Monitor all aspects of patient care, including diet and physical activity.
  • Provide high-quality patient care as RN within surgical, acute-care, rehabilitation, home-healthcare and nursing-home settings.
  • Create patient care plans with the help of other healthcare professionals.
  • Associate Director of Patient Care Services,Head Nurse, Supervisor
  • POSITION: Registered Nurse, Coronary Care Unit JANUARY 2008- JULY 2012 Provided patient care in critical care setting.

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2. RN
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Here's how RN is used in Registered Nurse jobs:
  • Learned the computer system and work with other nurses and doctors to give better patient care.
  • Worked as an RN in various acute, long-term acute, and skilled nursing facilities.
  • Learned to navigate and enter patient info into EPIC, sharpened IV skills.
  • Facilitated communication between, client, attorney, all medical providers and employer.
  • Monitor current patients, identify issues, explore alternatives and deploy solutions.
  • Instruct and supervise correctional staff concerning inmate health care needs.
  • Provide care of the newborn from birth to discharge.
  • Supervised staff as a third shift charge RN.
  • Worked on adult psychiatric unit as a RN.
  • Lead RN in the emergency department.
  • Earned leadership role as charge nurse.
  • Completed 500 RN clinical hours.
  • Worked for the state of Tennessee as a RN 2.
  • Contract RN for the ICU Resource Pool.
  • Perform all duties of an RN.
  • Contract staff RN for SICU.
  • Field RN Screener: Screened patients throughout east Texas for need for in-patient psychiatric treatment and facilitated patients admission.
  • Assist other RN and CNAs if help is needed.
  • Provide comprehensive orthopedic care to patients' pre and post operatively prior to returning to the community or rehabilitation facility.
  • Conduct pulmonary assessments to identify abnormal respiratory patterns or breathing sounds that indicate problems.

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3. Charge Nurse
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Here's how Charge Nurse is used in Registered Nurse jobs:
  • Received Clinical Excellence Award in 2012 for role in Discharge Nurse Program Fill-in charge nurse role for a 37 bed unit.
  • Performed nursing duties in a Charge Nurse position and assigned task to appropriate personnel.
  • Staff and Charge Nurse for 12 bed LDRP model with a Level II nursery.
  • Serve as a Charge Nurse, a team leader, and a resource person.
  • Served as charge nurse, making bed assignments and assisting with difficult patients.
  • Charge nurse over an assisted living wing of a retirement facility.
  • Delegate assignments and supervise efforts of nursing staff as charge nurse.
  • Charge Nurse: direct patient care, collaboration with multiple disciplines.
  • Charge Nurse Duties;care for patients that are vented.
  • Team leader, Charge Nurse, Staff RN on medical-surgical unit
  • Served as a Charge Nurse and preceptor for new hires.
  • Staff Nurse & Charge Nurse on Adult-Pediatric Short-Stay Surgical Unit
  • Worked as charge nurse on skilled nursing unit.
  • Managed the department as shift Charge Nurse.
  • Charge nurse on the skilled unit.
  • Charge nurse on rotation basis.
  • Registered Nurse Senior working as Charge Nurse on evening shift, House Supervisor responsible for 50 patients and staff.
  • Worked as staff nurse with charge nurse rotation on a med-surg unit with a focus on GI/GU/GYN.
  • Worked Adult Psychiatric Unit and Gero Psychiatric Unit as a registered nurse and sometimes charge nurse.
  • Staff and relief charge nurse in multiple facilities throughout Los Angeles in both ICU and ED departments.

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4. Emergency Situations
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Here's how Emergency Situations is used in Registered Nurse jobs:
  • Demonstrated ability to quickly research and assimilate information and apply practical solutions, especially in emergency situations.
  • Followed protocol during emergency situations with patients and staff as stipulated in hospital policy and procedure.
  • Prepared equipment and assisted physicians during patient examinations, treatments, and emergency situations.
  • Assessed emergency situations and made appropriate clinical decisions adhering to agency protocols.
  • Treated diverse patient population during emergency situations in inner-city hospital.
  • Anticipate and initiate appropriate action in emergency situations.
  • Respond quickly and effectively to all emergency situations.
  • Performed effectively and decisively in emergency situations.
  • Respond to emergency situations during dialysis procedures.
  • Responded and acted quickly to emergency situations.
  • Respond to emergency situations following hospital protocols.
  • Demonstrate ability to be self-directive, and able to implement and guide staff through emergency situations.
  • Assess emergency situations and take appropriate action in order to overcome resident problem.
  • Charge Nurse duties including but not limited to emergency situations.
  • Responded to medical emergency situations in the Embassy.
  • Advanced skill in emergency situations.
  • Served as first responder to emergency situations Provided medical attention to campers as needed
  • Handled emergency situations fast and efficiently while demonstrating appropriate decision making skills.
  • Assist with regular education students and staff members in emergency situations .
  • Facilitated medical care - Identified critical medical needs and emergency situations and provided healthcare treatment within legal scope of medical/nursing practices.

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5. Health Care
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Here's how Health Care is used in Registered Nurse jobs:
  • Provided leadership to health care team including orientation, delegating work assignments, and other leadership responsibilities as assigned.
  • Participated in health care interdisciplinary team.
  • Maintained certifications and skills in all areas worked in order to remain a competent member of the health care team.
  • Ensured to utilize both professional and supervisory discretion and independent judgment to attain the ultimate goal of the health care facility
  • Worked closely with health care providers in accessing medically appropriate services and community resources to meet health care needs.
  • Observed patient reactions to medication or treatments and monitor laboratory values, reported findings to health care provider.
  • Administer medications, communicate with patient and family members along with other members of the health care team.
  • Incorporate all members of the health care team in the promotion of quality, cost effective health care.
  • Analyzed and interpreted data and information from health care members and documents actual and/or potential nursing diagnoses.
  • Collaborate with patients to plan for future health care needs or to coordinate transitions and referrals.
  • Contributed to optimal patient outcome as a coordinator of a unit health care team member.
  • Direct and supervise less skilled nursing or health care personnel or supervise a particular unit.
  • Develop and implement educational programs for patients, staff and other health care providers.
  • Educated patients/families on health care needs, conditions, options etc.
  • Functioned well as a member of the health care team.
  • Communicate with other health care professionals about patient care.
  • Contacted health care provider for clarification as needed.
  • Collaborate with members of multidisciplinary health care teams to plan, manage, or assess patient treatments.
  • Engage in research activities related to nursing Direct and supervise less skilled nursing or health care personal.
  • Provided primary health care services to homeless families at 140 sites throughout Monmouth and Middlesex Counties.

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6. Surgery
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Here's how Surgery is used in Registered Nurse jobs:
  • Circulated in General Surgery, Orthopedics, Dental and Gynecological Surgeries.
  • Monitored and cared for post operative neurosurgery patients.
  • Review surgery outcome and prognosis while reviewing post-op instructions with each individual patient and their families.
  • Total hips and knees, spinal surgery, GYN, GI, Plastic and General Surgeries.
  • Skilled in assisting with sterile office surgery/ minor procedures including tissue biopsy and excisions.
  • Prepare each patient for cataract, laser or glaucoma eye surgery per MD protocols.
  • Obtain necessary patient lab values to ensure a safe and optimal surgery.
  • Circulate cataract, cornea, glaucoma, & ocular plastic surgery.
  • Attend ASCA (Ambulatory Surgery Center Association) annual meetings.
  • Provided assistance to the surgical team during the surgery.
  • Assisted patients with healing and recovery after surgery.
  • Assist with set up of new surgery center.
  • Core Responsibilities Planned and delivered patient care to critically ill patients, specialized practice in cardiovascular surgery, post-operative recovery.
  • Provide hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis to clients in acute distress and post-cardiac surgery in multiple regional hospitals.
  • Assist with patient preparation, positioning and advocation throughout surgery.
  • Worked with specialist in the office setting including Cardiology, Orthopedics, Sports Medicine, General Surgery and Gastroenterology.
  • Provide bedside care for a wide variety of medical patients, including pre- and post-surgery patients.
  • Prepared clients for Open Heart Surgery and Heart Transpants.Administered and assessed various cardiac intravenous therapies.
  • Staff RN Med/Surg./Pulmonary Pre/Post Surgical Care- Outpatient Surgery I.V.
  • Circulate Plastic surgery cases (Breast Augmentation, Abdominoplasty, Liposuction, Facelifts, Rhinoplasty, Fraxel laser, etc.

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7. Telemetry
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Here's how Telemetry is used in Registered Nurse jobs:
  • Demonstrated clinical skills in Telemetry/EKG monitoring and interpretation of normal and abnormal heart rhythms both resting and with exercise.
  • Provided individualized care to adult patients on medical/surgical telemetry unit.
  • Provide care for patients in a thirty-five bed Medicine-Surgical Ward, including Telemetry and Intensive Care Unit.
  • Provided cost effective care to patients on a neurological telemetry floor, with varying diagnoses.
  • Learned to treat and manage higher level patients in a telemetry setting.
  • Provide direct patient care for 4 to 5 critical step-down telemetry patients.
  • Provided total nursing care t adult and pediatric patients on telemetry.
  • Registered Nurse in the telemetry step-down unit and house float.
  • Staff Nurse Telemetry/Post-Acute Care Unit.
  • Prioritized patient care on a telemetry/med-surg.
  • Travel Assignment on Med Surg/Telemetry Unit
  • Provided nursing care to patients with a wide range of illnesses in a medical surgical, telemetry, and stepdown units.
  • Provided nursing care on an observation unit caring for patients with an array of med/surg and telemetry related needs.
  • Float pool- Telemetry, Step-down, Medical Surgical floors (Oncology Medical, Ortho and Surgery).
  • worked on the Telemetry and Medical-Surgical Floors.
  • Worked various area hospitals in the ER, ICU, CCU, Neuro ICU, and telemetry floors.
  • Provide care to adult population with complex respiratory and cardiac diseases/ exacerbations Read telemetry strips and provide complex IV Therapy
  • Travel assignment was at Wheeling Hospital 4th floor ortho/neuro/telemetry unit.
  • Worked as both staff and charge RN on high-volume, high-acuity med-surg telemetry units with specialties in Neuro and Respiratory care.
  • Closed Telemetry Unit Night Floor RN PRN

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8. ICU
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Here's how ICU is used in Registered Nurse jobs:
  • Design concept maps for curriculum accreditation.
  • Blended - Level II Case management in Connecticut for the Community Health Network contract, offering services to Medicaid recipients.
  • Provide compassionate and high quality patient care to ICU, postpartum, labor and delivery, and nursery patients.
  • Specialized experience in dialysis for patients in the ICU, CCU, and telemetry unit.
  • Performed direct patient care to orthopedic rehabilitation, Neonatal ICU and Pediatric ICU patients.
  • Assess new wound patients or patients that have experienced difficulty with wound healing.
  • Organized and led support group during 3 weeks in the BHICU.
  • Cared for individuals requiring step down accommodations from ICU.
  • Care for level one NICU infants.
  • Serve as RN at hospital with a 40 bed ICU.
  • Travel RN for level III NICU
  • Direct or supervise less-skilled nursing or healthcare personnel or supervise a particular unit.
  • Performed a comprehensive range of clinical functions in the ICU and Ortho Medical Surgical Floor.
  • Oversee anywhere from 7 12 patients at a particular time ensuring quality of care.
  • Worked closely with speech therapists to advocate best practice when infants had feeding difficulties.
  • Floated between Neuroscience ICU and Burn Unit ICU.
  • Served as an ICU/ERRNina small rural hospital with a three bed ICU, sole nurse in the ICU.
  • Staff RN in Cardiac Surgical ICU ( CRU).
  • Float in MICU, SICU, and the CCU hemodynamic monitoring patients on ventilators and endotracheal tubes.
  • Floated to PCU, ICU and Neuro Med/Surg prn.

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9. Vital Signs
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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Registered Nurse jobs:
  • Administer prescribed medication, monitoring vital signs and also application of wound and surgical dressings.
  • Evaluate patients' vital signs and laboratory data to determine emergency intervention needs.
  • Make clinical assessments by utilizing information obtained from labs, vital signs, patient assessment, and cardiac monitoring.
  • Perform patient assessment: vital signs, patient's general physical and mental condition; review dialysis orders.
  • Monitored and reported symptoms and changes in patients' conditions, medical information, and vital signs.
  • Assessed and monitored patient vital signs with advanced equipment such as arterial lines and Swan-Ganz catheters.
  • Administered prescribed medications, changed dressings, cleansed wounds, and monitored all vital signs.
  • Assessed vital change in patient condition by monitoring vital signs, symptoms and test results.
  • Interviewed patients to obtain medical information and measure their vital signs, weight and height.
  • Do assessments, vital signs, draw blood, urine tests, give medications.
  • Assess patient health status including interviewing patient and measuring and monitoring vital signs.
  • Obtained vital signs, provided patient teaching, administered vaccines and medications.
  • Administer prescribed medications, apply dressings, and monitor vital signs.
  • Obtained vital signs for a floor of 17 patients per shift.
  • Checked vital signs, wound care, injections, patient education.
  • Accessed vital signs, performed screening and diagnostics, educated patients.
  • Monitor vital signs and mental health status on a continuum.
  • Monitored vital signs, such as blood pressure and pulse.
  • Record patients' medical information and vital signs.
  • Monitor gtts., and vital signs.

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10. Triage
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Here's how Triage is used in Registered Nurse jobs:
  • Perform physical examinations, make tentative diagnoses, and treat patients en route to hospitals or at disaster site triage centers.
  • Assess and care for patients, triage phone questions, and handle concerns to successful resolution.
  • Performed heavy phone triage, patient education for chronic disease, hospital rounding, and dictation.
  • Transition from inpatient to outpatient focus: timely Triage, Assessment, and Chemotherapy administration.
  • Reported to pediatric ER physician and assisted with complex triage procedures and examinations.
  • Home visits, on call, triage and responding quickly to emergencies.
  • Perform phone triage for patients with mild to complex medical conditions
  • Used the Canadian ED Triage and Acuity Scale.
  • Provide phone triage for obstetrics and gynecology patients.
  • Respond to ICS calls and triage care.
  • Registered Nurse at West Valley Medical Center Provided triage, assessment, and care for patients of all ages.
  • Triaged patients over the phone and made recommendations for patients based on protocols and algorithms.
  • Take phone calls from nurses triage and manage any add-ons to the schedule.
  • Work well independently, scheduling appts for patients on a triage level.
  • Triaged sick child phone calls as well as other patient phone calls.
  • Perform triage, while considering both physical and psychosocial elements.
  • Triaged patients, assisted providers, and gathered vital signs.
  • Answered incoming nurse phone calls and triaged patients.
  • Precepted senior undergraduate nursing student in emergency room nursing Performed as an emergency room nurse non-trauma setting, fast track and triage
  • Provided patient education and triaged incoming phone calls.

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11. Treatment Plans
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Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Registered Nurse jobs:
  • Construct individualized treatment plans to facilitate healing and patient rehabilitation.
  • Execute treatment plans to include intramuscular and oral medication administration.
  • Followed treatment plans to accelerate client recovery; minimize pain, discomfort, infections and complications to optimize patient's outcome.
  • Collaborate with other health care professionals to develop and revise treatment plans based on identified needs and assessment data.
  • Educate patients and families on disease process, treatment plans, medications and physician orders.
  • Audit treatment plans prior to forwarding to primary physician's office for signature and implementation.
  • Educate patients on vascular diagnoses, treatment plans, expected outcomes and future cares.
  • Document patients' treatment plans, interventions, outcomes, or plan revisions.
  • Assess residents' health condition, develop treatment plans, and perform procedures.
  • Modify patient treatment plans as indicated by patients' responses and conditions.
  • Liaised between patients and physicians to ensure patient comprehension of treatment plans.
  • Completed treatment plans, evaluation of cases, and discharge planning.
  • Collaborate with physician to assist in treatment plans.
  • Worked with care team to coordinate treatment plans.
  • Collaborate with physicians to promote effective treatment plans.
  • Formulated and carry out nursing treatment plans.
  • Collaborated with administrative personnel and specialists to conceptualize and augment innovative health care directives to enhance treatment plans.
  • Educate patients and family members about mental health and medical conditions, preventive health measures, medications, or treatment plans.
  • Document patients' medical and psychological histories, physical assessment results, diagnoses, treatment plans, prescriptions, or outcomes.
  • Develop individualized treatment plans and coordinate comprehensive healthcare within a multidisciplinary team environment to promote the most effective treatment and rehabilitation.

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12. Trauma
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Here's how Trauma is used in Registered Nurse jobs:
  • Coordinated with physical therapy department for early rehabilitation of patients suffering from head trauma.
  • Provided direct care to medical/surgical/trauma patients.
  • Provided care for trauma, transplant and critically ill surgical and medical patients on a 33 bed Surgical Intensive Care Unit.
  • Experience with trauma, EMR, occupational health and general management of health concerns both acute and long term.
  • 42-bed unit with step-down and general surgical services specializing in trauma, burn, neurosurgery, and orthopedics.
  • Assess and treat trauma, stroke, cardiac patients as well as all other emergencies that may present.
  • Level one trauma hospital, caseload between eight to ten patients dependent on acuity, teaching facility.
  • Worked for several hospitals in the Baltimore area, from Level 2 trauma systems to regular hospitals.
  • Provide skilled nursing care to adult patients within a 46-bed, Level I Trauma center.
  • Cared for adult and pediatric individuals with medical, cardiac, and trauma complaints.
  • Registered Nurse in a Level One Trauma center working in the Main OR.
  • Facilitated patient transfers from outlying facilities into a Level 1 Trauma Center.
  • Registered nurse in level 3 trauma unit.
  • Experience with traumas, codes, STEMI's, stroke patients, and all nursing skills.
  • Provided hands on patient care throughout the perioperative phase of surgery at a fast-paced, high-intensity Level I trauma institution.
  • Skilled in triage Accomplished in the care of trauma patients of all ages
  • Level 1 Trauma Center * Critical and Urgent Care Nursing
  • Staff and Relief Charge Nurse for 36 bed Level II neurosurgical, trauma and cardiothoracic ICU.
  • Level 2 trauma center 480 bed facility Surgical ICU full time and ER & PICU perdiem status.
  • Experience includes: - SURGICAL ICU - BURN/TRAUMA ICU - CARDIO-VASCULAR ICU - MEDICAL ICU Psychiatric clinical practicums

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13. Medical Records
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Here's how Medical Records is used in Registered Nurse jobs:
  • Assist clients in obtaining appropriate medical care; interpretation of medical records for disability evaluation based on AMA guidelines.
  • Review and summary of medical records for evaluation of medical malpractice.
  • Maintain patient's medical records and detailed documentation for Medicare reimbursement.
  • Document via electronic medical records.
  • Demonstrated ability to assess and advocate for patient needs, develop and implement nursing care plans and maintain patient medical records.
  • Document nursing encounters, utilizing the Problem Oriented Medical Records (POMR) form of charting.
  • Document diagnosis and progress on medical records, maintain high levels of readability and accuracy.
  • Recorded patients' medical history, vital statistics and test results in medical records.
  • Collected data from patient charts, medical records, interviews and diagnostic tests.
  • Comply with procedures, regulations, and rules in maintaining medical records.
  • Developed and implemented nursing care plans, and maintained medical records.
  • Supervised staff of nurses, medical records, receptionists.
  • Charted using both paper and electronic medical records.
  • Maintain client's medical records.
  • Document vitals, assessment data from telemetry equipment and observations, orders and activities in Meditech electronic medical records system.
  • Collaborated with implementing new electronic medical records system Served on practice committee
  • Review field RN's case notes and notify physicians of changes in client's medical conditions Audited medical records.
  • Total cares for 4-6 patients Admissions, discharges and charting with electronic medical records (EPIC)
  • Analyze and interpret data, diagnosis, create problem lists and establish plans for management of healthcare Document using Electronic Medical Records
  • Gained experience in IV insertion,medication distribution,pharmacy procedures and medical records management .

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14. Critical Care
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Here's how Critical Care is used in Registered Nurse jobs:
  • Keep abreast of changing techniques in critical care nursing and maintain a high level of expertise in critical care.
  • Performed critical care nursing in over 20 different hospitals and medical centers in Chicago and the greater metropolitan area.
  • Attended and passed the critical care educational program involving a wide variety of critical care skills and information.
  • Skilled in Critical Care Monitoring, 12 lead ECG, critical cardiac drips, and patient ventilation.
  • Employed in a 20 bed critical care unit treating patients with a variety of critical medical conditions.
  • Participated in conferences and workshops on critical care, ventilator care, women, and child health.
  • Displayed expert clinical skills in managing the critical care of all categories of Emergency Department patients.
  • Cross-trained to float to multiple units in the hospital including critical care and emergency room.
  • Assess patient status, perform impeccable critical care skills, and manage acute/chronic illnesses.
  • Established, maintained, and executed care plans for multiple critical care burn patients.
  • Delivered care to critically ill surgical and medical patients in a Critical Care Unit.
  • Floated to different units of hospital where needed on Critical Care Float days.
  • Performed home visits to post-discharge critical care patients for care and teaching.
  • Utilized Critical Care skills to care for patients undergoing heart transplant.
  • Registered Nurse: Critical care settings throughout the Phoenix area.
  • Alternate weekend charge of a six-bed Critical Care Unit.
  • Board certified in critical care nursing, CCRN.
  • Serve as member of interdisciplinary healthcare teams in providing critical care and performing life-saving interventions.
  • Utilized the nursing processes; assessed, planned, and provided nursing care Provide critical care to patients in stat/code situations.
  • Experienced critical care nurse at the University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore Maryland.

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15. Intensive Care
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Here's how Intensive Care is used in Registered Nurse jobs:
  • Worked primarily in medical and surgical intensive care units.
  • Position: Neurological Intensive Care Registered Nurse
  • Registered Nurse in a Medical Intensive Care Unit, with Prioritizes nursing interventions groups for assigned group of patients.
  • Staff nurse: Intensive Care, private duty in-home care, including IV infusions and ventilator care.
  • Provided direct patient care in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit including open heart surgery patients.
  • Provided nursing care in the Emergency Department or Intensive Care Unit setting according to needs.
  • Performed and managed care at the bedside for patients in a surgical intensive care unit
  • Work in a 24 bed Intensive Care Unit caring for critically ill patients.
  • Assess, monitor and evaluate patients in intensive care unit.
  • Job: Medical Intensive Care Unit; Central Staffing ICU's
  • Bone Marrow Transplant Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
  • Labor & Delivery/Neonatal intensive care unit/postpartum/ prenatal class instructor/medical surgical patients
  • Job: Intensive Care Unit; Interventional Radiology; CMS and JCAHO Radiology, Endoscopy and Procedural Sedation Auditing and Quality Improvement
  • Provide comprehensive assessment and primary nursing care to critically ill veterans hospitalized in the Medical / Surgical Intensive Care Unit.
  • completed 112 clinical hours in obstetric triage, labor & delivery, postpartum, and neonatal intensive care units
  • Staff nurse in Cardiac Critical Care, Intensive Care and Emergency Department Staff nurse on Chemotherapy ward.
  • Employed as a stafff registered nurse in the neurological intensive care unit.
  • Worked in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, and Pediatric Unit DEVELOPED SKILLS:
  • Worked with both floor status and intermediate care status pediatric patients and their families Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Experience STAR Awards
  • Provide Inpatient care for patients in: Intensive Care Unit and Chemo-infusion Medical/Surgical Services

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16. Surgical Procedures
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Here's how Surgical Procedures is used in Registered Nurse jobs:
  • Implement nursing interventions as necessary for assessing patient response to surgical procedures.
  • Educated patients and their families on medical-surgical procedures and disease processes.
  • Assist physician in medical or minor surgical procedures as necessary.
  • Provided professional nursing care to patients undergoing surgical procedures.
  • Scrub and circulate orthopedic, plastic and pediatric surgical procedures
  • Performed X-rays and assisted with in-office surgical procedures for this local podiatry practice specializing in acute and chronic issues.
  • Educate patient and family members on their medications, surgical procedures and all aspects of their care.
  • Educate patients/families on disease processes, surgical procedures, medications, and plan of care.
  • Monitor patient safety, protecting skin integrity, and fire safety during surgical procedures.
  • Provided direct care to patients before, during and after surgical procedures.
  • Experienced in Patient Care after a wide variety of surgical procedures.
  • Assisted the doctor with sterile surgical procedures and non-invasive procedures.
  • Assisted physicians with surgical procedures and sterile technique.
  • Provide patient care and teaching after surgical procedures.
  • Prepare patients for surgical procedures.
  • Provided care post-operatively for numerous surgical procedures, particularly cardiac, in surgical intensive care unit.
  • Function as operating room primary circulator, communicating with surgeons regarding surgical procedures.
  • Well practiced in various systems due to diverse surgical procedures.
  • Prepare patients for outpatient surgical procedures, prepare patients for upper EGDs and colonoscopy procedures.
  • Provided total patient care in a Level 1 Trauma Center Assisted physicians with bedside surgical procedures Pyxis

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Here's how LPN is used in Registered Nurse jobs:
  • Instruct and educate LPN/TPW's on nursing and hospital policies and procedures, monitor administration of medication and patient care.
  • Started career with Davis Hospital as a CNA, advanced to LPN, then RN.
  • Team leader for LPN's and CAN's in providing care for physical rehabilitation patients.
  • Assigned duties to Registered Nurses, LPN'S, Behavioral Health Technicians and Ancillary Staff.
  • Supervised the care provided by LPNs and non-professional nursing personnel.
  • Evaluated and provided feedback to medical assistants and LPNs.
  • Supervised & Staffed LPNs and Dialysis Technicians
  • Trained 3 new LPNs annually.
  • Supervised LPN and nursing assistants.
  • Started out as a LPN and within the last term of getting my ADN.
  • Charge nurse and I oversee the LPN and MHT.
  • Delegated tasks to UAP's and LPN's.
  • Provide direction to LPN's and CNA's
  • Manage the LPNs and nurse aides.
  • Direct patient care, medications, and treatments to rehab patients Responsible for direction and supervision of LPN's and CNA's
  • Initial Admission, Assessment, and Plan of Care of rehabilitation patients Supervision of LPN and C.N.A.
  • Delegated nursing responsibilities to a team of LPNs and CNAs.
  • Oversee LPN's Evaluate Documentation Provide Education
  • Direct and supervise care delivered by other healthcare personnel( LPNs and nurse aides).
  • Provide care to Adult/Geriatric population with chronic complex multisystem diseases Provide supervise to LPNs and CNAs

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18. IV
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  • Monitored patient reactions to drugs and carefully documented progress of individuals.
  • Monitored safety and effectiveness of the environment and equipment.
  • Provided preoperative, inter-operative and post-operative care to patients.
  • Supervised patients as they participated in group activities.
  • Collaborated and communicated effectively with the interdisciplinary team.
  • Collect and analyze assessment data to formulate resident care problems, individualized outcomes, plans, implement and evaluate nursing interventions.
  • Conducted screening, diagnostic treatment and rehabilitative and supportive services as the senior nurse on a primary health care team.
  • Worked as a Registered Nurse in the Liver Transplant ICU caring for their specific needs immediately following transplant surgery.
  • Provide comprehensive primary nursing care for a variety of patients, including sub-acute, hospice and Alzheimer/Dementia patients.
  • Worked for the University of Rochester's Strong Memorial Hospital as a level III staff-nurse.
  • Paper documentation of care activities and clinical findings for patient records and physician review.
  • Promote quality, safe, and cost-effective care; ensure appropriate access to care.
  • Maintain quality in service provision for individual clients and the wider target population.
  • Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with patients, staff and family members.
  • Performed home care visits specializing in IV med administration and patient education.
  • Acted as a resource person for difficult IV sticks.
  • Initiate IV's for antibiotics or fluids.
  • Give IM injections and SQ.
  • perform body sculpting treatments, assist medical director with cosmetic injectables, draw blood, administer vitamin infusions and insert IVs
  • Assist physicians with procedures such as bronchoscopy, endoscopy, endotracheal intubation, and elective cardioversion.

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19. Physician Orders
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  • Carry out physician orders, collaborating with physicians in the performance of post-cardiac surgical treatments and examinations.
  • Perform procedures accurately, completely and safely according to established policy and procedure and physician orders.
  • Provide patient care Following physician orders Provide wound care Medication administration Educating patients
  • Administer medications in accordance to physician orders or policy.
  • Ensured physician orders were effectively carried out.
  • Implemented physician orders to completion, labs and electrolyte replacements, blood transfusions, personal hygiene and total care of patient.
  • Implemented all physician orders, obtained signatures on consents and provided for continuity and quality of nursing care for patients.
  • Utilized HP monitors, balloon pumps, ventilators, and multiple other critical care area equipment to fulfill physician orders.
  • Managed and initiated peripheral IV lines, PICC Lines, initiated fluid and IV antibiotic therapy per Physician orders.
  • Monitored vital signs throughout dialysis, report patient condition to physician, reviewed and transcribed physician orders.
  • Provide emergency medical care in accordance with physician orders, hospital policy, and nursing practice.
  • Admit patients on the floor, initiate physician orders and provide excellent patient bedside care.
  • Follow physician orders and document client care requirements and process in clinical record.
  • Maintained wound care of the surgical incision per the physician orders.
  • Chart audits, verifying and carrying out provider physician orders.
  • Document, verifies, and ensure implementation of physician orders.
  • Medicate patients per Physician orders.
  • Administered immunizations, medications, injections, nebulizer treatments, and performed wound care per physician orders.
  • Administer IV push medications, heparin drip -Receives and carries out physician orders.
  • Administered meds per physician orders along with any narcotics for pain.

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20. Oncology
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  • Worked to proactively support efforts ensuring delivery of safe, high-quality patient care in the Pediatric Hematology/Oncology/Stem-Cell Transplant inpatient unit.
  • Worked as a charge nurse for the hematology/oncology unit at Emory University Hospital.
  • Experience as an orthopedic and hematology/oncology nurse.
  • Worked as an RN providing bedside care, treatment and clinical documentation for patients on cardiac, oncology and medical-surgical floors.
  • Cared for the complex needs of the hematology oncology and stem cell transplant patient, including frequent administration of blood products.
  • Developed a humor cart in collaboration with the oncology nurse manager, to reduce stress to patients while undergoing treatment.
  • Discharged patient from Medical Surgical floors, ICU, IMC, and Oncology.
  • Worked on pediatric oncology/bone marrow transplant floor, as well as clinic setting.
  • Coordinate clinical activities for pharmaceutical sponsored phase 2 and phase 3 oncology trials.
  • Care of female patients with varying needs from pregnancy to GYN oncology.
  • Care for variety hematology, oncology, and hospice patients.
  • Staff nurse on a medical surgical oncology unit.
  • Worked on a telemetry/oncology floor & in the nursery
  • direct patient care on adult oncology/hematology unit.
  • Utilized the nursing process caring for oncology, medical and surgical patients from admission through discharge on 25 bed unit.
  • Assess and provide care on a 30 bed unit that serves inpatient oncology, orthopedic and general medical surgical needs.
  • Cared for 6-8 patients on a GI-Oncology med-surg floor.
  • planned and implemented care for Oncology patients.
  • Worked full time asanRNona night shift role on a 24 bed unit caring for Telemetry and surgical oncology patients.
  • Worked on med-surg, tele, ortho, and oncology units.

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21. CNA
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  • Evaluate CNA care for each patient, providing constructive feedback and suggestions per patient's individual status and diagnosis.
  • Provided direction and clear communication to the health care team of LPN s and CNA s under my authority.
  • Supervised and managed CNA's and LPN's for a long term care facility.
  • Assess CNA notes to examine proper documentation of duties in the patient's home.
  • Collaborated with Social Worker, Chaplain, Volunteer Coordinator, and CNA.
  • Supervised LPN's and CNA's while assisting with elderly care.
  • Oversee CNA's x2, and cares being provided to each patient.
  • Work as RN along with team of LPN and CNA.
  • Direct and supervise LPN's and CNA'S.
  • Delegated Tasks to CMA's and CNA's.
  • Charge nurse 2008 to present for 21 patients, 4 nurses, and 1 CNA Direct medical management of 7 patients
  • Certified Nursing Assistant Provide care to pediatric patients within their homes under the CNA scope of practice.
  • Served as a supervisor/mentor to many LPNs, CNAs, and other people on staff.
  • Supervised a staff of CNA's exercising strong leadership skills.
  • Educate CNAs on the prevention of transmitted infectious bacteria.
  • Work as a team with other nurses, CNAs, LPNs, and other team members, as appropriate.
  • Supervised LVNs, CNAs, and other direct care support staff to implement patient care outcome.
  • Perform charge Nurse duties and supervise LVNs and CNAs on the unit.
  • Supervised unlicensed personel (CNAs).
  • Supervised LPNs and CNAs on patient care Coordinated with multi-disciplines on patient-centered care.

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22. Medication Administration
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  • Utilized CareFusion, an electronic medication administration system striving to provide the safest techniques in dispensing and administration of medications.
  • Performed medication administration, admissions, discharge planning, lab monitoring, detoxification via CIWA protocol.
  • Provide quality patient care and proper medication administration in relation to hospital protocol.
  • Performed medication administration skills and maintained sterile fields and application of dressings.
  • Provide prenatal assessments, family planning and medication administration.
  • Follow medication administration policies and procedures.
  • Provided all aspects of medication administration.
  • Provide patient care for residents of the assigned unit including medication administration, carrying out physician orders, and wound care.
  • Perform routine nurse duties including vital signs monitoring, routine blood testing, catheters, and intravenous medication administration.
  • Manage care of twenty patients, including medication administration and monitoring, PICC line care and IV care.
  • Assisted the Surgeon and Certified Nurse Anesthetists with patient preparation, medication administration, wound dressings and documentation.
  • Direct care of infirmary patients, wound care, respiratory care, and medication administration.
  • Completed training in team building, management of assaultive behaviors and psychotropic-medication administration.
  • Prepared and administered chemotherapy to Oncology patients Medication administration and SQ injections
  • Administered nebulizer treatments and education on self-medication administration to Asthma patients.
  • Provided medication administrations, wound care, PICC line/Port care, IV infusion, IM injections/immunizations.
  • Handled admissions, shift assesments, medication administration, discharges, crisis interventions.
  • administered medications and provided wound care to the residents of the LTC facility documented medication administration in Sigma Care EMR
  • shift assesment, medication administration, and crisis intervention.
  • Skilled in providing gastrostomy care, wound care, catheterizations, and medication administration in a home setting

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23. EKG
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  • Work with a Nurse Practitioner and Anesthesia to assess patient's optimization for surgery by performing EKG's and drawing lab.
  • Assisted providers with procedures, applied splints as indicated, performed EKG's, and scheduled follow up appointments for patients.
  • Monitored high acuity level patients, measuring heart rate, blood pressure, breathing rate, blood-oxygen level and EKG/ECG readings.
  • Performed procedures and uses equipment as delegated by a licensed professional, including blood draw, Foley catheter removal and EKG.
  • Assist Physicians with rounds, EKG, injections, capillary puncture, pass medicines, start IV's, computer charting
  • Manage logistics of mobile medical equipment such as diagnostic devices, EKG s, IV machines and monitors.
  • Monitor patient heart rhythm through EKG interpretation, heart monitor, and vitals signs.
  • Monitor physician orders for accuracy, monitor lab work, monitor EKG results.
  • Skilled in bedside monitoring (ventilators, 12-lead EKG).
  • Monitored IVs, administered treatments, and EKG interpretation.
  • Use EKG monitors and I-STAT portable analyzers.
  • Prepared patients for surgical and radiological procedures, initiated and maintained intravenous therapy, and operated 12-lead EKG.
  • Prioritize activities such as inserting and maintaining IVs, drawing blood, administering medications, performing EKGs, and applying splints.
  • Perform diagnostic and treatment related procedures including EKG, IV therapy, phlebotomy, temporary splint application and DOT drug screens.
  • Administer medications; perform EKGs, administration of blood products, IV-line maintenance and insertion, and clean/dress wounds.
  • Interpret different heart rhythms, arrhythmias, and EKG strips.
  • Interpret information obtained from electrocardiograms (EKGs) or radiographs (x-rays).
  • Perform EKG, Phlebotomy, Spirometry, and Urinalysis.
  • Staff RN responsible for supervision of LPNs, patient assessments, IVs, EKGs, Neuro checks, and wound care.
  • Step Down ICU Acquired knowledge of EKG interpretaion.Provided care to pre and post cardiac catherization, angioplasty and pacemaker insertions.

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24. Acute Care
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  • Generalized medical/surgical management of adults with an emphasis on cardiac/renal patients in an acute care setting.
  • Provided 24-hour Acute Care/Crisis Stabilization.
  • Assessed, chart, monitor, educate, and evaluate patients under observation in the acute care setting.
  • Skilled nursing facility serving long term care, post acute care, memory care and assisted living needs.
  • Educated patient on post-acute care treatments and activities as well as reinforcing weight bearing status if applicable.
  • Perform all duties of an RN on an acute care medical/surgical floor including patients of all ages.
  • Facilitate care for clients on therapeutic ten bed, acute care, geriatric, psychiatric unit.
  • Assessed patient and evaluated needs in an acute care setting, carried out physician orders.
  • Collaborated with medical team to deliver exceptional patient care in an acute care setting.
  • Assess, monitor and evaluate patients in long term acute care setting.
  • Nurse staff TCU (acute care) floor and as a Supervisor.
  • Assess and monitor patient condition in acute care setting.
  • Implement patient care for up to 11acute care patients.
  • Staff Resisted Nurse on an Acute Care Cardiology Unit.
  • Registered nurse on a fast paced sub acute care unit
  • Charge nurse experience in an acute care facility.
  • Administered acute care for Medical Cardiology Stepdown Department.
  • Admitted patients onto homecare services post discharge from acute care or rehab settings.
  • Employed Assess and care for cardiac patients in an acute care facility.
  • Team Leader of Acute Care Unit Relief Charge Nurse Assessment and Referral - Assessing patients and crisis managemnt Phlebotomy Staff RN duties

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25. Acls
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  • Obtained BLS and ACLS certifications among others such as telemetry certification and gained experience with multiple computer documenting/charting systems.
  • Performed the role of resource RN and RRT RN by responding to codes/rapid response throughout the hospital, incorporating ACLS.
  • Have current BLS, ACLS, PALS certification and passed the Certified Emergency Nurse exam this year.
  • Manage basic life support needs and stabilizes patients by BLS, ACLS and/or PALS.
  • Required to have BLS, ACLS, and PALS certification for this position.
  • Maintained crash cart and responded to emergency bedside complications with ACLS procedures.
  • Assisted doctor with vital and IV maintenance and ACLS during procedure.
  • Certified in ACLS and PALS and able to manage cardiac issues.
  • Completed telemetry class and ACLS.
  • Served as an instructor in ACLS, PALS, NALS, and BLS.
  • Certified in ACLS, PALS, TNCC, and ENPC.
  • Maintain ACLS, PALS, BLS and NIH Stroke Certifications.
  • Maintain ACLS, PALS, BLS and TNCC Certifications.
  • Maintained NIH Stroke Scale, ACLS, and BLS competencies
  • Provided direct patient care, ACLS, PALS.
  • Maintained BLS, ACLS, PALS as required.
  • Key Accomplishments: Achieved Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) and Pediatric Advance Life Support (PALS) certification
  • Provide Emergency Care to Patients ACLS, PALS, and TNCC certified
  • Initiate intravenous access; initiate, monitor and titrate ACLS medications Member of a specialized Ebola Response Team.
  • float cardiac RN, post angiogram/ angioplasty, maintain hemostasis/oxygenation status, emergency treatment per ACLS protocol

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26. Staff Members
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  • Direct management of 150+ staff members including Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses, Certified Nursing Assistants and Respiratory Therapists.
  • Perform as a strong team member attempting to help fellow staff members in order to provide positive patient experiences.
  • Participated in the orientation and training of new staff, and acted as resource for other staff members.
  • Develop a strong rapport with patients, family members, physicians and staff members.
  • Serve as a leader and resource personnel for new staff members and student nurses.
  • Communicate plan of care and revisions to relevant staff members through shift report.
  • Acted as preceptor to new graduate, and newly hired staff members.
  • Served as a preceptor, providing clinical guidance to new staff members.
  • Managed all care aspects and 12 staff members of various education levels.
  • Interact with other staff members to provide care to the patients.
  • Functioned as lead RN to the unit and other staff members.
  • Provide education to patients, family, and staff members.
  • Informed providers/staff members of patients' urgent health care needs.
  • Oriented and mentored new staff members and students.
  • Assisted in the orientation of new staff members.
  • Collaborated with physicians, and staff members.
  • School Nurse Employed as a nurse in a public school with an enrollment of approximately 600 students and 100 staff members.
  • Conducted training and orientation for new staff members on usage of ventilators, enteral feeding equipment and drug administration.
  • Staff Development Coordinator Education of all aspects of Licensed & Unlicensed staff members.
  • Trained staff members and residents in regards to their cases.

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27. Picc
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  • Insert peripheral IV and administer blood and hydration products, IV medication, and draw blood from PICC and central lines.
  • Assisted physicians with bedside treatments such as inserting central lines, spinal taps, and PICC line insertions.
  • Care and maintenance of life-sustaining devices such as central lines, PICC lines and artificial airways.
  • Experience with Ventilators, Wound care, Arterial lines, PICC lines and IV placement.
  • Perform general nursing procedures (IV/PICC insertion, NG tubes, ETC)
  • Maintain PICC lines when necessary including blood draws for lab work.
  • Administered minor procedure, IV s, PICC care and medications.
  • Administer Intravenous Therapy and Antibiotic through PICC and peripheral lines.
  • Accessed and cared for PICC lines, Central Lines and Port-a-Cath's to administer Bio-Chemo and Chemotherapy Agents.
  • Maintain IV assess of PICC lines, internal jugular lines, midlines, and peripheral IV insertion.
  • Have very strong IV skill, administrated medication via PICC line, midline, and PIV line.
  • Experienced with long term IV antibiotics, PICC lines, and wound care maintenance..
  • Care of central lines such as PICC, Ports and Broviac catheters.
  • Perform dressing changes for CVC, PICCs, and access Ports Educate patients and families on various aspects of nursing care.
  • Managed PICC, Hohn, Port-A-Cath, Tessio, PIV and other catheter insertion referrals, care and problem troubleshooting.
  • Reason for leaving: Moved Change dressings, removes, and declot, PICC lines as needed Per Diem
  • Maintain central venous access lines, port cath, PICC line, midline, arterial lines.
  • Administer medications by all routes, maintaining IV lines including picc, central and midlines.
  • Worked with Swan Ganz Catheters, PICC/central/Arterial lines; GI/NG and dobhoff tubes.
  • Maintain various types of central IV lines including PICCs and mediport catheters.

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28. Hospice
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  • Determine needs/take appropriate action within the guidelines of hospice/compassion/nursing care standards.
  • Delivered compassionate care to inpatient hospice patients and families.
  • Admitted patients into the home health system, cared for their needs, and discharged them home or into hospice care.
  • Experienced in the Medicare, Kaiser, orthopedics, hospice, comfort care, and sub-acute sections.
  • Assisted patients and their families with end of life care provided in the hospice setting
  • Provided comfort, hospice care, assisted residents to Dr.s appointments and dining room.
  • Manage the delivery of all medical services (Hospice, Skilled Nursing/PT/OT/ST).
  • Provide end of life care for Hospice and Palliative Care patients.
  • Develop, implement and evaluate care plans to hospice patient.
  • End of life, hospice became involved and patient expired.
  • Provide palliative care and hospice care to infirmary patients.
  • Helped with end of life care for hospice patients.
  • Assist hospice patients and families with end-of-life issues.
  • Direct care for Hospice patients and family.
  • Supervised 10 bed hospice inpatient unit.
  • Work collaboratively with other RN's, HCA's, MSW's and hospice.
  • Performed admissions and discharges to home, assisted living and skilled nursing facilities and Hospice, created care plans.
  • Served as a contracted Registered Nurse for various healthcare settings including medical/surgical, hospice care, and psychiatric facilities.
  • increase Health and Hospice compliance and adherence to
  • Make home visits to hospice pts needing problem-oriented intervention, or "tuck-in" newly admitted hospice pts on the weekend.

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29. Disease Process
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  • Conduct nursing assessments of hospitalized patients, administer medications, and educate patients regarding their particular disease process.
  • Conducted monthly patient/family care plan sessions and provided information on medication and disease process.
  • Provided education to patients and caregivers in regard to disease process and management.
  • Utilize evidence-based guidelines to educate members on their specific disease process.
  • Perform teaching at home on patient's diagnoses, disease process, symptoms, prevention and treatments to patient and family.
  • Educate and assist members in understanding their disease process in an effort to increase self-management to maximize optimal health.
  • Administer medication, instruct clients on disease process, medication uses and side effects and respiratory hygiene
  • Educate patients and caregivers on diagnosis, treatment options, and disease process and self-management.
  • Focus included bedside nursing, as well as education and management of disease processes.
  • Provided patient and family education on wound care, disease processes, and medications.
  • Educate patient and family member about health maintenance, disease process and prevention.
  • Provide education to patient and patient families about management of disease process.
  • Cared for children with multiple health issues and multiple disease process issues.
  • Provide education to patients and families regarding disease process and treatment therapy.
  • Presented at nursing grand rounds on a disease process and treatment.
  • Manage care for acutely ill patients with various different disease processes.
  • Manage milieu, draw labs, patient education regarding disease process.
  • Educated and supported families and patients regarding disease process.
  • Educated patients and family about disease processes and treatments.
  • Educated patients on a variety of disease processes.

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30. Pain Management
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  • Expanded responsibilities to include pain management procedures - Supervision, administration and monitoring of conscious sedation cases.
  • Provided patient/family education on topics including basic nutrition, care needs, and pain management
  • Monitored and promptly treated surgical complications including pain management and infections.
  • Managed patient care analgesia and epidural pumps for pain management.
  • Recovered and discharged surgical and pain management patients.
  • Prepare and administer medications, analyze laboratory results, perform sterile procedures, facilitate pain management, and act with empathy.
  • Trained in administration of IV Infusions, such as antibiotic therapy, pain management, steroid therapy.
  • Assess, administer medication, IV pumps, pain management plan, chart and plan of care.
  • Pain management, wound care, working with interdisciplinary teams to ensure patient receives optimal care.
  • Ensured that effective, prompt and compassionate palliative care and pain management would be provided.
  • Pain management and education was taught on all surgical cases.
  • Experience with Pain Management through usage of controlled drugs.
  • Instructed patient's about medication and pain management techniques.
  • Assisted physicians with procedures in pain management.
  • Deal a lot with pain management.
  • Co-facilitated groups on mindfulness meditation and alternative modalities for chronic pain management.
  • Provided pre- and post-operative care and pain management therapy.
  • Care for patients in labor utilizing alternative pain management strategies such a hydrotherapy, Bradley method and hypno-birth.
  • Experienced in high tech infusion therapies, including parenteral pain management, blood transfusion.
  • Prepare patients for pain management procedures and breast stereotactic biopsies.

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31. Pacu
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  • Provided nursing care for Pre-OP and PACU unit for orthopedic, pain management, and various other surgeries.
  • Prioritized and used critical thinking skills to make clinical judgment calls on post-operative patients in the PACU.
  • Monitored PACU patients and assisted in the staffing needs of the hospital on an as needed basis.
  • Rotated as needed to Emergency Room, Cardiac Stress Lab, Same Day Surgery and PACU.
  • Worked in OB Operating room, labor & delivery, NICU, PACU and Mother Baby
  • Manage and recover high acuity patients in a fast paced, level One PACU.
  • Provided Pre-OP and PACU care to orthopedic, pain management, and endoscopy patients.
  • Observed surgeries and various testing procedures and provided post op care in PACU.
  • Staff Nurse- Rotated in PreOP, PACU and circulating in Operating room.
  • Circulate in OR for surgical cases and recover patient in PACU.
  • Experienced in outpatient surgery and Post-Anesthesia Care Unit (PACU).
  • Phase 2 charge nurse and PACU oriented
  • Staff nurse in Phase I main PACU.
  • Specialized nursing care of patients in Neuro surgery, ICU, CVICU, Trauma, PACU ambulatory surgery centers throughout West Phoenix
  • Follow many intense protocols regarding sepsis, strokes, DKA, cardiology/cath, PACU and many other critical care situations.
  • Worked fulltime then PRN for this agency as RN in the critical care unit, PACU, telemetry or ER
  • Floated to 3 Baycare Hospital as needed in the Pre-OP and PACU areas.
  • scrub, admissions, discharge, PACU and IV sedation responsibilities.
  • Triaged PACU flow and patient/family phone calls.
  • Provided nursing care to ICU, PACU, Post Surgical, Med-Surg/Tele, Neuro and Womens health patients.

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32. Infection Control
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  • Performed physical assessments of patients, followed infection control procedures, and ensured efficacy of treatments through monitoring of treatment regimens.
  • Direct or coordinate infection control programs, advising or consulting with specified personnel about necessary precautions.
  • Provided education regarding post-op pain medication and infection control.
  • Implemented infection control techniques in all patient interactions.
  • Served as Infection Control Coordinator, Safety Coordinator.
  • Educate patients, families, and caregivers on medication regimen, disease process, diet, infection control, and safety.
  • Provide orientation, recurring, and as needed instruction that includes behavioral management education, CPR, and infection control training.
  • Provided peritoneal dialysis to End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) patients and undertook infection control measures.
  • Assisted with physician rounds, performed compression dressing therapy, Instructed on infection control and pain management.
  • Preform monthly nursing staff education for both infection control and for Assistant Director of Nursing Title.
  • Adhere to proper safety and sterilization protocols and techniques to ensure proper infection control.
  • Utilized proper infection control measures to ensure safety of patients, families and employees.
  • Maintain departmental policies, procedures, objectives, or infection control standards.
  • Implemented health and safety compliance and infection control within the facility.
  • Follow all hospital protocols, regulations, and infection control procedures.
  • Give chemo and blood products; Isolation, infection control.
  • Acted as Infection Control Clinical Resource Mentor.
  • Hold Quarterly Infection Control Meetings.
  • Ensured efficacy of treatments through monitoring of treatment regimen Follow infection control procedures.
  • Audit Chart Safety Team Member Infection Control Officer

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33. Primary Care
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  • Collaborated with primary care providers to ensure continuity, timeliness and appropriateness of care for all inmates.
  • Make follow-up appointments with Primary Care Physicians and/or Specialty Physicians for patients.
  • Coordinate members care and referrals through designated primary care providers.
  • Provided primary care for telemetry patients.
  • Employed in 20-bed medical intensive care unit, primary care of critically ill medicine patients with acute and chronic disease processes.
  • Develop clinical reports for use in primary care office records, facilitating physician support of patients in behavior change.
  • Registered Nurse working with several providers throughout the primary care facility with a specific focus in urgent care.
  • Provide care using the primary care nursing model to patients in need of medical surgical care.
  • Provided primary care to patients, promoting health, preventing illness, and easing suffering.
  • Make referrals to skilled and support services in collaboration with the primary care physician.
  • Partnered with Primary Care Physicians to improve care from hospital to home for patients.
  • Fill in at clinic sites providing primary care and RN manager role.
  • Staff Nurse on Cardio-Pulmonary Unit; practicing primary care nursing.
  • Served as a patient advocate for primary care patients.
  • Provide primary care for postpartum mothers and newborns.
  • Direct patient primary care nurse.
  • Provided all primary care for pre-operative and post-operative patients.
  • Coordinated patient care between primary care physicians, Bloodworks medical director and donation center to decrease wanted time and paperwork.
  • Travelled between 4 primary care clinics to provide services and act as resource for both staff and patients.
  • Provided primary care nursing for three patients on tele-monitoring in Unit with high patient turnover.

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34. BLS
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  • Provide care to patients following traumatic accidents, ACLS and BLS certified, Charge Nurse, mentor, and preceptor.
  • Performed emergency medical procedures, such as basic cardiac life support (BLS), and other condition stabilizing interventions.
  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) and Basic Life Support (BLS) instructor.
  • Performed emergency medical procedures, such as PALS, BLS and ACLS.
  • Provided BLS CPR/AED training to Medical Staff and Mental Health Staff.
  • Certified in BLS, ACLS, IV therapy and coronary care.
  • Key Accomplishments: * Maintain American Heart Association BLS Certification.
  • Stabilized patients adult code blue crises with BLS/ACLS protocols.
  • Maintained BLS/ACLS and Critical Care certifications.
  • Exercised ACLS/BLS requirements when appropriate.
  • Qualified to Teach ACLS and BLS.
  • Certified in BLS, ACLS, NRP
  • Certified in ACLS and BLS.
  • Licensed Practical Nurse, State of Utah ACLS Certification BLS Certification PALS Certification 2010 - 2011 Current Current Current EXPERIENCE
  • Maintain current licensure, and BLS, ACLS certifications and meet all continuing education unit requirements.
  • Executed the necessary functions in emergency care nursing Maintained BLS, ACLS certification
  • Carried out activities necessary in cardiac care nursing Maintained BLS, received ACLS certification Past affiliations
  • Care of patients throughout the lifespan with a variety of routine and emergency medical conditions ACLS/PALS/BLS/TNCC certifications Relief Charge RN
  • Board Certified; ACLS and BLS Certified) Assist Doctors with bedside central line, PEG tube insertion, and Bronchoscopy.
  • see above for responsibilities Licenses/Certifications/Awards RN State of Georgia [ ] expires [ ] Current AHA BLS/Healthcare Provider-Adult/Child/Infant CPR Certification

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35. Quality Care
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  • Collaborated with multiple discipline/service team members to provide individualized, quality care to each patient.
  • Provide quality care to patients including monitoring, recording and evaluating medical conditions.
  • Apply educational and professional experiences in the delivery of quality care.
  • Maintained high quality care to short and long term patients in a skilled nursing facility on a 45 bed unit capacity.
  • Utilize the nursing process to deliver quality care to each individual patient as well as notifying physicians of any clinical changes.
  • Developed and maintained quality care systems and standards, including but not limited to, creating and improving medical protocols/guidelines.
  • Use effective and efficient communication skills to work collaboratively with fellow staff, clients, and providers to insure quality care
  • Provided direct patient care to patients in a 12 bed ER function as a team member assuring quality care.
  • Provide instruction and guidance to all nursing staff in order to maintain high quality care for the resident.
  • Integrate knowledge and experience in delivering safe, effective quality care to geriatric clients in primary care.
  • Work collaboratively with treatment team members to provide high quality care and resolve conflicts and concerns.
  • Work closely with other medical disciplines providing quality care to patients in a fast paced environment.
  • Coordinate care with internal and external providers to ensure quality care and follow through.
  • Exhibited motivation and dedication by providing the highest quality care to each patient.
  • Track and report monthly endoscopy unit outcomes to the Quality Care Committee.
  • Delivered high quality care, enhancing patient experience and quality of life.
  • Provided quality care to residents on a 30 bed Rehabilitation Unit.
  • Act as resource and oversee quality care for the unit.
  • Maintained a safe environment to ensure quality care.
  • Delivered quality care for adult, geriatric and pediatric patients within various healthcare units.

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36. Blood Products
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Here's how Blood Products is used in Registered Nurse jobs:
  • Skilled in transfusing blood products and monitoring patients for interactions and complications.
  • Skilled in administering chemotherapy, blood products, and specialty medications.
  • Performed intravenous medication administration to include blood products.
  • Administer blood and blood products, monitoring patients for signs and symptoms related to transfusion reactions.
  • Give blood products, IV antibiotics and medications, monitor for signs and symptoms of reactions.
  • Assisted with patient controlled analgesia pumps, blood products, and TPN.
  • Administer ordered medications, ordered breathing treatments, and ordered blood products.
  • Administered blood and blood products and monitored for adverse reactions.
  • Administer blood and blood products, parental nutrition, PPN/TPN.
  • Administer several drugs and blood products via I.V.
  • Administered blood products and preformed blood transfusions.
  • Experienced in giving blood products.
  • Administer blood and blood products.
  • Engaged in patient/family education; provided continual psychosocial support and advocacy; administered chemotherapy and blood products.
  • Administered chemotherapy, biotherapy and blood products to Oncology patients.
  • Selected, ordered, or administered anesthetics, adjuvant drugs, accessory drugs, fluids or blood products as necessary.
  • Transfuse blood products and perform tracheostomy care to patients as ordered by physicians.
  • Infused blood products, critical drips, and anticonvulsant infusions as ordered.
  • Administer chemotherapy, biotherapy, blood products, and many other medications given intravenously (i.e.
  • care plans, hemodialysis administration, peritoneal dialysis /cycler, IV medication administration, delivery of blood and blood products)

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37. Physical Assessments
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Here's how Physical Assessments is used in Registered Nurse jobs:
  • Provided nursing care by performing physical assessments, administered medication/IV medications, and monitored progress.
  • Performed physical assessments, administered medications / IV fluids, and monitored recovery progress.
  • Conduct thorough physical assessments and exams upon prison intake and during incarceration stay.
  • Performed physical assessments of residents; evaluated health for additional ancillary services.
  • Performed basic physical assessments of postpartum moms, gynecological and neonatal patients.
  • Assist physicians in gynecological or obstetrical exams and physical assessments of patients.
  • Perform physical assessments and administer medications and fluids.
  • Completed and documented ongoing physical assessments.
  • Perform initial and ongoing biophysical assessments.
  • Perform physical assessments; administer medications /IV fluids, track lab values and patient progress, updating the physician when appropriate
  • Performed thorough physical assessments and took immediate measures while observing negative changes in patients' conditions.
  • Conducted quarterly physical assessments, care plans, monitored mental and physical needs.
  • Performed physical assessments upon admission and ongoing in conjunction with patient care.
  • Perform in depth physical assessments of critically ill patients.
  • Performed basic physical assessments of newborns and infants.
  • Performed physical assessments on a 25 bed unit.
  • Perform basic physical assessments of new patients.
  • Performed physical assessments and health screenings.
  • Performed physical assessments, administered medications, monitored hemodynamics, and communicated with patients and their families.
  • Perform physical assessments, medication administration, and crisis situation de-escalation.

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38. IM
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Here's how IM is used in Registered Nurse jobs:
  • Developed time management, delegation and therapeutic communication skills.
  • Reviewed and implemented physicians order.
  • Work closely together with Immunology Sales Specialists, Area Business Specialists, and Medical Science Liaisons to achieve district goals.
  • Provide detailed rationale to be used by the customer to make adjustments to correct paid claims.
  • Collaborate with doctors and emergency staff in the assessment, planning and implementation of patient treatment.
  • Ordered, obtained, and interpreted appropriate lab tests as approved by primary physician.
  • Utilize critical thinking, time management, and organizational skills in caring for patients.
  • Educated caregivers on the importance of self-care and the availability of respite care services.
  • Maintained a high degree of accuracy to achieve optimal patient results and satisfaction.
  • Implemented a joint effort towards a culture of ownership and care.
  • Review denials from commercial and Medicare claims based on medical necessity.
  • Obtained blood specimens to be sent to the lab.
  • Worked as a team to maximize production.
  • Implemented new floor assignments based on evaluation of staffing requirements.
  • Write appeal letters for commercial claims, perform telephonic reviews with payers, Collaborate with EHR for Medicare and RAC denials.
  • Experience with various medical conditions including Parkinson's, Dementia, Diabetes, Cancer, Alzheimer's and Paget's disease.
  • Provide care to patients with renal failure and multi system impairments.
  • Started out as part time floor nurse.
  • Consult and coordinate with healthcare team members to assess, plan, implement, or evaluate patient care plans
  • Provision(s) based on Milliman & Interqual care guidelines for accurate medical necessity.

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39. Blood Pressure
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Here's how Blood Pressure is used in Registered Nurse jobs:
  • Circulated for C-sections and effectively handled emergent situations including giving medications to control hemorrhage, blood pressure, and diabetes.
  • Reviewed data from special medical equipment to track a patient's heart rate, blood pressure, breathing and other vitals.
  • Assess patients' weight, height, blood pressure, or urine specimen according to nature of visit.
  • Preform health screenings such as glucose, cholesterol, percent body fat content and blood pressure.
  • Take patient vital signs and record blood pressure pulse rate weight temperature and respiration rate.
  • Provided data on risk assessment for heart disease, blood pressure and smoking cessation.
  • Recorded vital statistics of patients such as blood pressure, temperature and heart rate.
  • Assisted and provided guidance for patient during blood pressure visits and asthma education.
  • Conducted a blood pressure clinic for staff offering education and promoting self-reliance.
  • Take and record patients' temperature, pulse, and blood pressure.
  • Take weekly blood pressures, follow up as needed and document.
  • Monitor and records blood pressure, height, weight, etc.
  • Obtain heights, weights and blood pressures from patients.
  • Initiated flu shot and blood pressure awareness programs.
  • Blood pressure screenings and teaching in the community.
  • Monitored and treated minor airway complication: Neb treatment and 02 administration Managed weekly blood pressure screening clinics.
  • Used other medications in conjunction to antiemetic and blood pressure issues.
  • Managed unstable blood pressures in renal patients.
  • Helped decrease blood pressure and blood sugars amongst residents of Gadsden County -Obtained vital signs and educated residents in disease processes
  • Home Health Nurse Case Management Per Diem patient care Blood pressure clinic

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40. Conscious Sedation
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Here's how Conscious Sedation is used in Registered Nurse jobs:
  • Direct patient care to patients receiving Anesthesia or Conscious Sedation for endoscopy procedures.
  • Experience provided in conscious sedation and monitoring of patients during invasive procedures.
  • Provided conscious sedation and monitoring of vital signs during the gastrointestinal procedures.
  • Circulate Procedure Room, position patient on OR table, assist surgeon with conscious sedation and placement of C-Arm.
  • Post anesthesia care, recovering patients from general anesthesia, LMA, MAC, and conscious sedation.
  • Assist physicians with procedures such as central line insertion, and conscious sedation.
  • Use of conscious sedation and advanced cardiac life support.
  • Recover patients from interventional radiology, computer tomography, and ultrasound procedures, and moderate conscious sedation procedures.
  • Conducted pre-procedure and post procedure education, conscious sedation, recovery and discharge planning
  • Conducted pre-procedural assessments providing conscious sedation, recovery and discharge.
  • Provided conscious sedation and patient management during facial plastic surgery.
  • Monitor and administer conscious sedation during interventional procedures.
  • Administer conscious sedation, monitor patient during procedures, assist radiologist in administering of meds, follow-up care.
  • Provide conscious sedation with Fentanyl and Versed with a physician in the room.
  • Administered conscious sedation during bedside cardioversion, TEE, and GI procedures.
  • Administered conscious sedation for cardiac and vascular procedures, including cardioversions and endovenous laser treatments.
  • Care regarding pre-procedure, intra-procedure and recovery of patients receiving conscious sedation and Monitored Anesthesia Care (MAC).
  • Cat Scan/MRI Performed Conscious sedation for various procedures including Vertebral Plasty and Kyphoplasty
  • Admit, patient assessment and IV starts intra-procedure, assist MD, monitor patient under conscious sedation recovery and discharge
  • Preformed under critical high stress situations Triaged patients Provided care to patients of all ages Placed IV's Provided conscious sedation

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41. Pediatrics
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Here's how Pediatrics is used in Registered Nurse jobs:
  • Obtained experience in chronic disease management, acute care, health promotion, trigger point injections, biopsies, and pediatrics.
  • Nursed in various areas throughout hospital including medical, surgical and emergency department, as well as some pediatrics and rehab.
  • Labor and Delivery nurse and Charge Nurse, triage, laboring patients, preterm labor, postpartum, newborn nursery and pediatrics
  • Worked with a variety of patient populations, and provided nursing care in NICU, Pediatrics, and the Admission Nursery.
  • Worked primary in labor and delivery, but also trained to work in well-baby nursery and postpartum and pediatrics.
  • Float Nurse on pediatrics unit providing support and care by keeping the needs of children in the mind.
  • Provided professional nursing care to a varied population from pediatrics to geriatrics, both critical and non-critical patients.
  • Assessed patient status (pediatrics with psychological issues) through thorough history taking and physical assessment exams.
  • Worked multiple areas in hospital setting including ICU, ER, Pediatrics and medical/surgical units.
  • Cross-trained in all areas- Pediatrics, Mother/Baby, Intermediate Nursery, and Labor and Delivery.
  • Provide nursing care in the specialties of pediatrics, postpartum, and step-down NICU.
  • Case work included adults, geriatrics, pediatrics and mental health populations.
  • Coordinated nursing care for out-patient pediatrics and urgent care unit.
  • Direct care of all Emergency Room patients, including pediatrics.
  • Level 1 trauma center for Adults and Pediatrics.
  • Specialized in Port-a-Cath IV pediatrics cases.
  • Float RN staff member for NICU, Pediatrics & L&D
  • Supervised thirty nurses in five different clinical areas; Ob/gyn, Pediatrics, Cardiology, Behavioral Heath and Optometry.
  • Experience with pediatrics, young adults, adults, geriatrics, ob-gyn, and psychiatric patients.
  • Worked in med/surg, step down unit of ICU, pediatrics, orthopedics, oncology

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42. CPR
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Here's how CPR is used in Registered Nurse jobs:
  • Maintained competency with all emergency operational procedures, and initiated CPR and emergency measures, as needed.
  • Administered medications including emergency medications used when performing CPR.
  • Performed emergency treatments including CPR/ACLS/Trauma and moderate sedation.
  • Provided education to patient families including basic infant care, infant CPR, and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.
  • Participated in emergent life events such as code blues and providing CPR.
  • Maintained all confidential personnel files, license and CPR compliance records.
  • Maintained staff certification in CPR and First Aid.
  • Initiate CPR as needed and follow facility protocols.
  • Prepare and conduct CPR classes once a month.
  • Maintained all CPR compliance and OSHA compliance testing.
  • Initiated and participated in CPR as needed.
  • Gained more experience with CPR.
  • Possess TNCC, ACLS, PALS and CPR
  • Initiate CPR measures in the event of cardiac and or pulmonary arrest and responded to emergency situations related to dialysis treatment.
  • Perform specialized, life saving treatments such as CPR, advanced cardiac life support and neonatal resuscitations.
  • Trained staff in Child and Adult CPR, First-Aid and Bloodborne Pathogens.
  • Perform rapidly and effective CPR, defibrillation.
  • Experience in the use of OASIS, Homeworks, and CPR +.
  • Have CPR have not used it on this job.
  • Direct patient care Intravenous therapeutics, medication administration TNCC, ACLS, PALS, CPR Certified

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43. Medical Care
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Here's how Medical Care is used in Registered Nurse jobs:
  • Assess patient condition and initiate appropriate nursing and/or medical care in accordance with established guidelines and evidence-based practice.
  • Provided emergency medical care while assisting emergency room physicians in a Magnet Accredited hospital setting.
  • Provided emergency medical care while assisting emergency room physicians in an advanced trauma care setting.
  • Monitored and ensured quality medical care through observation and evaluation.
  • Provide emergency medical care for Critical Care/Trauma Rooms.
  • Maintain student safety & provide the necessary medical care needed while at school so students can participate fully in their education.
  • Provided emergency medical care at Bank of America stadium, Charlotte Motor Speedway, and special events in Charlotte N.C.
  • Assigned to patients in the communities, with medical care needs, being their RN case manager.
  • Worked in conjunction with Clinically Based Outpatient Clinic to obtain prompt and effective medical care.
  • Provide emergency medical care to critically ill patients within on site health unit.
  • Provide or refer appropriate medical care to patients who need it.
  • Used problem solving skills to give patients proper medical care.
  • Educated inmates on self-care and medical care for health conditions.
  • Provide medical care to female and make inmates.
  • Oversee all medical care for each resident.
  • Provide medical care to all age groups
  • Provided emergency medical care while assisting emergency room physicians in award winning, nationally recognized hospital.
  • Responded to medical emergencies within the campus and provided/obtained appropriate medical care.
  • Registered Nurse Provide medical care to inmates, complete medication passes, assist physician, and run nurse lines.
  • case manager Duties include case managing 25-60 patients' medical care in home.

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44. Emotional Support
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Here's how Emotional Support is used in Registered Nurse jobs:
  • Helped maintain a healthy and hygienic environment as well as provided compassionate emotional support to patients and family members
  • Administered injections and medications, recorded the medical history of patients, provided emotional support to patients.
  • Provided emotional support and encouragement and helped patients and family members feel safe about hospitalization.
  • Provided behavioral/emotional support and supervision for those with dementia and Alzheimer's.
  • Communicated with patients to provide mental and emotional support.
  • Treat and educate patients about various medical conditions, and provide advice and emotional support to patients and family members.
  • Engage residents and family, and offer education and emotional support to both residents' family members and friends.
  • Educate family on disease process; provide emotional support to patient, family and friends.
  • Provided emotional support and comfort to patients and families dealing with end of life decisions.
  • Provide emotional support to patients and families and educate them on procedures of an ICU.
  • Merged empathy and strong interpersonal skills to deliver emotional support to families and patients.
  • Provided teaching and emotional support to patients' and families on a daily basis.
  • Provided holistic care for patients and provided emotional support to families and loved ones.
  • Provided emotional support, and encouragement for patients and their family members.
  • Educated and provided emotional support for patients and families for discharge planning.
  • Create care plans, educate, and provide emotional support for patients.
  • Interact with patient and families to provide professional and emotional support.
  • Assess family needs, relay critical information and provide emotional support.
  • Provided educational and emotional support to the patients and their families.
  • Provide emotional support to the patient and their loved ones.

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45. EMR
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Here's how EMR is used in Registered Nurse jobs:
  • Monitor, record and report symptoms and changes in patients' conditions in EMR (Altos).
  • Handle all calls in a courteous and timely manner with documentation of call in EMR.
  • Assisted physicians and practitioners with order entry, labs, and EMR's.
  • Analyzed patient intake forms for errors and accuracy before assigning to EMR.
  • Document care in EMR in a thorough and timely manner.
  • Used paper and then switched to EMR.
  • Document and report utilizing various EMR programs.
  • Recorded patient medical information on EMR.
  • Demonstrate consistent clinical competence in providing nursing care Accurately document in the EMR patient findings, assessment, and care provided.
  • Experience with McKesson EMR, telemetry monitoring, ventilators, TPN, PICC lines, phlebotomy, etc.
  • Documented Care via EMR Undertook overall management roles and delegated tasks in the absence of the nurse manager.
  • Utilized EMR: Aceit and Microsoft Office Word and Excel for all patient documentation.
  • Trained as super users to assit staff convert from paper document to EMR.
  • Utilized an EMR system and Pyxis unit for patient care delivery.
  • Used the EMR programs of EPIC (first version) and Centricity.
  • Experience using Facets, Aerial, multiple EMRs, MCG.
  • Travel Nurse Served asanRNona pediatric hematology oncology unit during EPIC EMR Conversion
  • Have PC literacy with EMR and sending RX by E-scribed as Per MD orders.
  • Utilize EMRs such as EPIC and Cerner.
  • Labor and Delivery, Mother/Baby Circulated in OR Pre-OP and Post OP Centricity, EMR

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46. NG
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Here's how NG is used in Registered Nurse jobs:
  • Demonstrated competent professional practice, and engaged in opportunities for professional growth.
  • Provided continuous cardiac monitoring, arrhythmia recognition, and intervention.
  • Assessed, collaborated and coordinated discharge planning needs and readiness for discharge with other members of the health care team.
  • Organized scheduling of patients and supervised staff as I was the only licensed person in the building during some shifts.
  • Provide education, training, and clinical in-services regarding disease state and product information to administrative and clinical staff.
  • Monitor patients for changes in status and indications of conditions such as sepsis or shock and institute appropriate interventions.
  • Prioritize nursing care for assigned critically ill patients based on assessment data and identified needs.
  • Perform cervix exams to determine patients dilation, effacement, and fetal cephalic positioning.
  • Direct involvement in UR and participated in Med Staff meetings and chart review meetings.
  • Supervised and acted as a resource to other nurses in clinical/critical decision making.
  • Provided compassionate care and comfort to the dying patient and their families.
  • Provided immediate, rapid care in emergencies including decline in patient condition.
  • Ordered necessary labs, tests, and medications per standing order protocol.
  • Managed and documented patient's response to nursing and other interventions.
  • Provided all nursing care provided to an assigned patient population.
  • Delivered a complete range of RN services and expertise.
  • Assessed patient status and notified physicians of clinical changes.
  • Assessed signs and symptoms indicating physiological and psychosocial changes in the patient's condition.
  • Collaborate with Revenue Cycle, Nurse Auditors and Patient Financial Services regarding claims.
  • Administer medications Provide assisted daily living care Build rapport with clients and families Provide daily documentation of client care

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47. Copd
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Here's how Copd is used in Registered Nurse jobs:
  • Administered acute care to patients, including assessment and treatment of overdose, chronic heart failure, COPD and heart attacks.
  • Counseled and educated patients about chronic conditions such as Diabetes, COPD, Cancer, Asthma, and Congestive Heart Failure.
  • Provided care and treatment as well for medical patients with CHF, Diabetes, and COPD among other ailments.
  • Care of patients with acute and chronic conditions such as COPD, Diabetes, ESRD to name a few.
  • Educate members with chronic conditions (Diabetes, CHF, COPD, Asthma, etc) on disease management.
  • Educate patients and family members regarding CHF, diabetes, COPD, HTN, medication, and POC.
  • Assessed enrolled and educated members with variety health conditions including CAD, diabetes, COPD and asthma.
  • Provided education to patient's on multiple disease processes including COPD, CHF, and Diabetes.
  • Care of critically ill patients, LVAD, pacemakers, COPD, Congestive Heart Failure.
  • Case management of Medicare patients with congestive heart failure, COPD, and diabetes
  • Assisted patients with multiple chronic diagnoses including COPD and asthma.
  • Provided behavioral/emotional support and supervision for those with dementia and Alzheimer's.Assisted patients with multiple chronic diagnoses including COPD and asthma.
  • Conduct multiple chronic diagnoses including COPD, asthma and congestive heart failure * Reviewed and monitored multiple patients on telemetry monitoring.
  • Treated patients with chronic and acute health problems such as MI, arrhythmias, asthma, COPD and pneumonia.
  • Assisted patients with healing and recovery Assisted patients with multiple chronic diagnoses including COPD, CHF and CVA.
  • Provided care to medical patients with CHF, COPD, stroke, and general medical conditions.
  • Provided educational outreach telephonically to persons with various chronic diseases such as COPD and Diabetes.
  • Conduct in-service to RNs and LPNs on Pain, COPD, and Cardiopulmonary assessment.
  • Provided care treatments for patients with chronic and acute health problems (MI, arrhythmias, asthma, COPD, pneumonia.
  • Provided education, treatments, IV therapy, venipuncture and wound care.Assisted patients with multiple chronic diagnoses including COPD and asthma.

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48. Medication Management
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Here's how Medication Management is used in Registered Nurse jobs:
  • Documented patient information obtained from interview Responsible for primary care, case management, and medication management.
  • Educated patients on medication management and importance of taking medications and side effects from certain medications.
  • Support medication management and communicate/document patient's condition and responses in an accurate and timely manner.
  • Assessed newly discharged patients for purposes of medication management and follow-up.
  • Provided various care for medical-surgical patients including medication management and teaching.
  • Provide patient education related to disease processes & medication management.
  • Provided patient education and medication management on various chronic diseases.
  • Provide diabetic education and medication management.
  • Care included medication management, assessment and intervention for acute and chronic illness, as well as promoting health and rehabilitation.
  • Communicated with guardians and staff regarding routine medical care, medication management, acute illness, and camper safety.
  • Conduct health and wellness assessments, establish service plans, health education, and medication management.
  • Educate patients on recovery, disease and medication management, and lifestyle changes.
  • Care Plan formation, emergent care, medication management.
  • Start of Cares/Resumption of Care/Discharges Wound Care/Diabetic Teaching/Medication Management/Post-Operative Care
  • Provided wound care, intervenous therapy, co-ordination between specialty services, physician, and medication management.
  • Perform wound care, tracheostomy care, blood pressure management, medication management, insulin administration, IV management, etc.
  • specialized wound care and treatments, medication management, observation and data gathering, infection control and skin care.
  • Perform physicals on inmates, medication management, wound care, Interaction with physicians.
  • Assist client with all ADLs, medication management and administration
  • Contract placement with Lompoc Unified School District (medication management for a patient with Tourette Syndrome).

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49. PCA
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  • Monitored post-operative vitals and initiated PCA machines.
  • Monitor patients in critical conditions such patients with chest tubes, PEG tube feedings, on PCA pumps post major surgeries.
  • Monitored post-op vitals, set up PCA, fluids, reviewed post-op orders and orient patients to unit.
  • Experienced in medication administration, IV starts, IV pumps, CAD pumps, and PCA pumps.
  • Act as Charge/Resource nurse when required; resolve issues and escalations, ensure completion of PCA tasks.
  • Use of the following for pain management: PCA pump, IV push medications, i.e.
  • Monitor vital signs, set up PCA, fluids, review orders.
  • Interview pregnant patients for PCAP program and promote early prenatal care.
  • Counseled patients and patient's family on PCEA and PCA usage.
  • Monitored epidural and PCA pumps for effectiveness and side effects.
  • Monitored temporary pacing, epidural and PCA pumps.
  • Operate SCD machines, PCA pumps, OnQ pumps; complete PICC/central line dressing changes.
  • Teach use of patient controlled analgesia (PCA), and patient concontroled epidural analgesia (PCEA).
  • Monitored post-op vitals, maintained airway, set up PCA, fluids, initiated post-op orders.
  • Care for pre-op and post-op patients, and those patients on PCA pumps.
  • Monitored patients on a Morphine and Dilaudid PCA Pump and PEG tube.
  • Manage Alaris, PCA, and Epidural pumps.
  • Worked with wound vacs, centrals lines, drains, PCA's, Heparin gtts Used computerized charting on a daily basis
  • Start and maintain IV lines, PICC lines, CVC lines, Foley catheters, PCA pumps, Hemovacs and infusaports.
  • Initiated and monitored patients on PCAs and TPNs.

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Here's how Social Workers is used in Registered Nurse jobs:
  • Involved with home visits, and collaboration with other health care providers and social workers for multidisciplinary reviews of managed care.
  • Worked collaboratively with cardiologists, social workers, and case managers to provide quality care and an appropriate discharge disposition.
  • Work in direct contact with physicians, hospice aides and social workers providing the best care possible for our patients.
  • Participated in weekly treatment team with the various psychiatrists, social workers, patients and their families.
  • Collaborate with all members of interdisciplinary team, doctors, pharmacists, social workers, etc.
  • Provided education to social workers on medical conditions, syndromes, disease processes and medications.
  • Coordinated care with physicians, social workers, respiratory therapists, and other staff.
  • Work closely with psychiatrist, social workers, case managers, pediatricians and obstetricians.
  • Collaborate with social workers and schools in providing services to families in need.
  • Work directly with doctors, social workers, and therapists.
  • Round with physicians, case managers, social workers.
  • Monitor behavioral changes, medically and psychiatrically; Documentation and communication with all physicians, social workers and behavioral health technicians.
  • Provide patient and provider education - working with social workers post discharge Review and audit patient charts through on-site hospital visits.
  • Exposed to collaborative group work with fellow nurses, social workers, physical therapists, and members of the hospitalist team.
  • Worked along side Social Workers, Physicians, Registered Nurses, and Charge Nurse to ensure an appropriate discharge plan.
  • Collaborate with physicians and social workers to create effective treatment plans for patients Assume role as charge nurse when assigned.
  • Played a key role on interdisciplinary team of physicians, RNs, social workers, rehabilitation and respiratory.
  • Collaborated with multi-disciplinary team including social workers and case workers to plan best possible outcome for patient health and life.
  • Provide care to hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis patients and serve as a resource to RNs, social workers and Physicians.
  • Served at hospital and played key role on interdisciplinary team of psychiatrists other RNs and social workers.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Registered Nurse

Patient Care

19.2%

RN

10.5%

Charge Nurse

8.3%

Emergency Situations

6.8%

Health Care

5.3%

Surgery

5.2%

Telemetry

4.8%

ICU

4.7%

Vital Signs

4.6%

Triage

4.4%

Treatment Plans

4.3%

Trauma

3.4%

Medical Records

2.8%

Critical Care

2.6%

Intensive Care

2.5%

Surgical Procedures

2.3%

LPN

2.1%

IV

2.1%

Physician Orders

2.0%

Oncology

2.0%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Registered Nurse

Rank Skill
1 Patient Care 13.9%
2 RN 7.6%
3 Charge Nurse 6.0%
4 Emergency Situations 4.9%
5 Health Care 3.8%
6 Surgery 3.7%
7 Telemetry 3.5%
8 ICU 3.4%
9 Vital Signs 3.3%
10 Triage 3.2%
11 Treatment Plans 3.1%
12 Trauma 2.5%
13 Medical Records 2.0%
14 Critical Care 1.9%
15 Intensive Care 1.8%
16 Surgical Procedures 1.7%
17 LPN 1.5%
18 IV 1.5%
19 Physician Orders 1.5%
20 Oncology 1.4%
21 CNA 1.4%
22 Medication Administration 1.4%
23 EKG 1.4%
24 Acute Care 1.4%
25 Acls 1.3%
26 Staff Members 1.3%
27 Picc 1.3%
28 Hospice 1.3%
29 Disease Process 1.2%
30 Pain Management 1.2%
31 Pacu 1.0%
32 Infection Control 1.0%
33 Primary Care 0.9%
34 BLS 0.9%
35 Quality Care 0.9%
36 Blood Products 0.7%
37 Physical Assessments 0.7%
38 IM 0.7%
39 Blood Pressure 0.7%
40 Conscious Sedation 0.7%
41 Pediatrics 0.7%
42 CPR 0.7%
43 Medical Care 0.6%
44 Emotional Support 0.6%
45 EMR 0.6%
46 NG 0.6%
47 Copd 0.6%
48 Medication Management 0.5%
49 PCA 0.5%
50 Social Workers 0.5%
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