Top Registered Nurse Supervisor Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Registered Nurse Supervisor. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Registered Nurse Supervisor resumes they appeared on. For example, 13.2% of Registered Nurse Supervisor resumes contained Patient Care as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Registered Nurse Supervisor actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Registered Nurse Supervisor resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Recommended and implemented changes to the medical unit regarding assignment delegation and prioritizing that resulted in higher standard of patient care.
  • Initiate and oversee continuous quality improvement efforts to achieve maximum efficiency in clinic operations and highest quality of patient care.
  • Collaborated with a multidisciplinary team to provide excellent patient care that exceeded federal, state, and facility regulations.
  • Supervised clinical operations while collaborating with a multidisciplinary team in providing excellent patient care and maintaining patient flow.
  • Supervised nursing staff of RMC Hospital to ensure top quality patient care was delivered according the hospital/medical protocols.
  • Collaborated with physicians and other members of multidisciplinary team to carry out high quality patient care.
  • Assist staff to efficiently utilize staffing resources to meet patient care requirements and other professional responsibilities.
  • Established collaborative relationships with members of the interdisciplinary team to provide and improve patient care.
  • Collaborated with other facility supervisor to develop systems of providing high quality patient care services.
  • Ensured that patient care is timely and effectively rendered and coordinated to Interdisciplinary Team.
  • Restructured Quality Improvement plan to conform to regulatory compliance resulting in safe patient care.
  • Developed several protocols which have improved quality and efficiency of patient care.
  • Worked collaboratively with an interdisciplinary team to coordinate patient care.
  • Developed hospital policies regarding use of various patient care equipment.
  • Interact and collaborate with multidisciplinary departments regarding patient care.
  • Entailed quality patient care, documentation and supervision.
  • Provided continuing education in-service for patient care aides.
  • Provide total individualized patient care to assigned patients.
  • Evaluated patient care requirements and personnel resources.
  • Modified patient care interventions according to patient outcomes

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2. RN

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Here's how RN is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Provided RN/Supervisor responsibilities at various rehabilitation and long-term care facilities in south-central and south-eastern CT, Vita Hospice and DMR facilities
  • Make written and oral reports/recommendations to the Director as necessary/required, concerning the operation of the nursing service department.
  • Improved immunization and health education for domestic and international students needing immunizations to satisfy requirements for college registration.
  • Identify competency needs through qualitative data collection and construct teaching/learning materials and activities to maintain hospital accreditation.
  • Perform all necessary charting and other patient documentation as required by internal practice and external regulatory bodies.
  • Managed the overall operation of the nursing department in accordance with company policies and government regulations.
  • Served on task force developing instructional material designed to educate RN staff who contributed to deficiency.
  • Engaged externally to partner with aligned provider groups to collaborate on driving quality improvement activities.
  • Develop schedules, monitor and evaluate staffing patterns to ensure effectiveness related to budget.
  • Investigated & assisted to resolve patient/family/member concerns regarding patient care & service quality.
  • Provided leadership in training team to adhere to company and governing agency regulations.
  • Passed medications, resident/patient care, internal transportation, Delegated tasks to staff
  • Participated in conferences with HR and union representatives concerning employee actions.
  • Earned reputation for dependability, excellent clinical skills and patient advocate.
  • Assess general population patients as needed and administer PRN medications.
  • Administered and prepared routine medications and PRN medications to residents.
  • Participate in the facility inspections made by authorized government agencies.
  • Provided patient and family education based on learning needs assessed.
  • Return to day lead position after Supervisory position discontinued.
  • Collaborated activities of all disciplines concerning patient care.

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3. Direct Supervision

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Here's how Direct Supervision is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Provide direct supervision of case managers including coaching, mentoring, performance management, and process administration.
  • Provided direct supervision to all Licensed Practical Nurses and Medical Assistant.
  • Provided direct supervision, administrative support, employee counseling and evaluation.
  • Direct supervision of staff consisting of registered nurses and cardiovascular technicians.
  • Provided direct supervision and delegation of assigned nursing staff/ auxiliaries.
  • Direct supervision of 35-40 cases including professional and para-professional staff.
  • Direct supervision of assigned nursing and administrative support personnel.
  • Direct supervision and education of nursing and paraprofessional staff.
  • Provided direct supervision to licensed and unlicensed staffs.
  • Direct supervision of licensed and non-licensed staff.
  • Provided direct supervision over each department.
  • Direct supervision of nursing personnel.
  • Direct supervision of all staff in a 99 bed facility which included 75 skilled nursing beds and 24 ventilator patients.
  • Provided direct and indirect supervision to both medical and behavioral health nurses in the field and in the office.
  • Delegated or provided direct supervision to other health team members as it relates to the patient plan of care.
  • Direct supervision of all staff nurses, scheduling, addressing inmate grievances and coordinating daily operations with security staff.
  • Direct supervision of Certified Nursing Assistants and total care of 15-20 patients in busy, sub-acute rehabilitation facility.
  • Direct supervision of home health aids and making sure they were providing their tasks as expected of them.
  • Provided direct supervision of staff performance as required, Completed EPMS and planning stages of employees as required.
  • Provide direct supervision, leadership, support and mentoring to applicable nursing professionals and non-clinical direct care staff.

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4. IV

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Here's how IV is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Delivered nursing care, provided meals, medications, organized developmental activities to promote improved self esteem to patients needing assistance.
  • Utilize effective relationship management, coordination of services, resource management, patient advocacy, education and related interventions.
  • Recruited by Sunrise to develop and supervise an intensive outpatient program for chronically and severely mentally ill adults.
  • Perform record reviews to ensure staff nurses are performing and documenting required nursing and care coordination activities appropriately.
  • Promoted positive relationships with residents and their families through effective communication, cooperation, and helpful manner.
  • Interpreted departmental and hospital objectives, policies, and procedures to ensure overall hospital operations were upheld.
  • Provided skilled nursing visits to prospective Medicare clients who would qualify once certification was obtained.
  • Performed telemetry monitoring, IV therapy, peritoneal dialysis and informing physician of any changes.
  • Participate in program development and training for nurse-recruitment activities and assist with continuing education programs.
  • Assured safe, efficient, and proficient care was provided to a diversified incarcerated patient-population.
  • Facilitate an interdisciplinary approach to high quality, cost effective and customer focused health care.
  • Ensured necessary resources were available to clinicians to promote appropriate delivery of care.
  • Supervised and managed approximately 20 clinical and administrative personnel in two adult care facilities
  • Perform comprehensive patient assessment on admission to facility and on daily basis.
  • Supervised delivery of patient care including management of licensed and non-licensed personnel.
  • Interacted with interdisciplinary team to ensure proper delivery of care to patients.
  • Collaborated with union representative regarding discipline and coaching of nursing staff.
  • Investigated incident reports and provided documentation for corrective plan of action.
  • Performed monthly supervisory visits for private duty patients under Medicaid guidelines.
  • Dedicated to showing empathy and sensitivity in providing outstanding patient care.

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5. CNA

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Here's how CNA is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Developed and continually updated individualized resident Wellness Plans and CNA assignments to reflect ongoing changes.
  • Supervised CNA staff Organized medication received from the pharmacy Maintained physician rounding list.
  • Visit hospital for determination of patient for possible admission Supervised CNA's
  • Obtain schedule coverage for all unexpected nurse and CNA call outs and rearrange staff on floor to accommodate for any absences.
  • Provided effective supervision to entire PM staff including, TMA's, LPN's, CNA's and nutritional staff.
  • Ensured that direct nursing care is provided by licensed nurses, CNA's qualified to perform the procedures as ordered.
  • Job Duties: Provide education to enhance knowledge base to staff nurses and CNA's on an episodic basis.
  • Manage staff to include LPN's and CNA's in a 254 bed assisted living-long term care facility.
  • Assisted in hiring process of CNA s and provided instruction of company policy regarding professional conduct and privacy.
  • Supervised three CNA's while providing skilled nursing care to 42 geriatric residents in a long-term care setting.
  • Staff Development and unscheduled stat in-service was very receptive and successful by all the nurses and CNA's.
  • Supervised care provided to Assisted Living/Dementia Unit residents by nurses and CNA's through continuously updated care plans.
  • Partnered with team of nurses, CNA and therapy aides to ensure over all well-being of all patients.
  • Perform supervisory visits in the homes to assess CNA's work performance and compliance with plan of care.
  • Identified the need for and created a new training program for home health aides and CNA's.
  • Lead a team of LVN and CNA in delivering nursing care to 200 bed nursing facility.
  • Position included supervision of all nurses, and CNA's in the facility on my shift.
  • Directed, evaluated and supervised all nursing personnel (LPN, RN, and CNA).
  • Ensured direct nursing was provided by licensed nurse, CNA qualify to perform ordered procedure.
  • Managed all aspects of Long Term Care patients, supervised LPN's and CNA's.

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6. LPN

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Here's how LPN is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Provide direction, training and supervision to 12 staff including RN, LPN and clerical staff in the provision of inpatient care
  • Evaluated staffing requirements, supervised and trained RN's, LPN's and MA's in all areas of office nursing.
  • Managed the acute care unit; Supervised day-to-day nursing activities preformed by staff RN's, LPN's and Nursing Assistants.
  • Supervised and delegated to all nursing staff, including LPN s and CNA s, including employee evaluations and disciplinary actions.
  • Directed/Supervised the day to day activities/functions of the nursing assistants and LPNs in accordance with rules, regulations, and guidelines.
  • Oversee staff of RN and LPNS who are directly responsible for the medical of the residents in the group homes.
  • Provide ongoing education and management of RN's, LPN's and Medical Assistant with attention to scope of practice.
  • Provide guidance and direction to LPN's, CNA's and other nursing personnel in the delivery of nursing care.
  • Managed one LPN and twenty nursing assistants to coordinate and care for 80 residents in an assisted living facility.
  • Maintain staffing needs, supervise LPNs and Direct Service staff to provide appropriate care to the psychiatric population.
  • Provided clinical supervision to RN's, LPN's, and Mental Health Technicians while maintaining adequate documentation.
  • Supervised care provided by LPNs serving as the primary coordinator of all disciplines for well coordinated patient care.
  • Shift - Responsible for 120 bed facility and shift staff consisting of LPN's and Certified Nursing Assistants.
  • Oversee care of residents by RN's, LPN's and STNA's and monitor documentation completion.
  • Provided administrative and functional supervision to all staff including RN's, LPN's and CNA's.
  • Supervised LPN's and nursing techs and delegated assignments while making sure staffing of facility was adequate.
  • Administered medications, treatments, admissions, discharge, chart review and supervised LPN's and CNA's
  • Supervised, organized staffing roster, and managed team of contract LPNs in Outpatient Pediatric clinic.
  • Served as facilitator and knowledge base for LPN's, agency personnel, and CNA's.
  • Started as LPN med cart nurse, graduated RN school and was promoted to RN Supervisor.

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7. Charge Nurse

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Here's how Charge Nurse is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Delegate to each Charge Nurse the administrative authority, responsibility, and accountability necessary to perform his/her assigned duties.
  • Charge Nurse Assistant Clinical Director Provided direct and supervisory care to patients in a community hospital setting.
  • Charge Nurse Responsibilities - staffing assignments, ensuring daily assignments and documentation are completed.
  • Completed all appropriate documentation required of a nursing supervisor/charge nurse.
  • Supervised facility activities and assisted Charge Nurses.
  • Staff and Charge nurse responsible for a 6 bed high acuity unit with 32 bed housing acute long term care patients.
  • Function as a charge nurse, member of the interdisciplinary team and as a supervisor, utilizes leadership and management skills.
  • Work on the floor as a charge nurse supervising co-worker working with multidisciplinary team to take care of the resident holistically.
  • Charge Nurse in both PACU & Day Surgery: Coordinated day to day assignments, flow, break & lunch relief.
  • Served as charge nurse and assumed shift responsibility for care of 1200-1400 inmates on the compound and in MED/SURG unit.
  • Supervised 80 bed Unit with one LPN and two Aids in addition as a Charge Nurse of 40 bed unit.
  • Charge nurses provide guidance on administering care to new patients or those with special needs and answering questions regarding protocol.
  • Secured a 13-week contract with Facility Midwest Regional Medical Center and earned the roles of Charge Nurse and Assistant Manager.
  • Served as charge nurse on as needed basis: administering all medications and treatments to a 30 bed nursing unit.
  • Charge Nurse Duties managing the care of patients, flow of admissions and discharges, staffing, and patient safety.
  • Maintain patient census reports, patient workload necessary with Charge Nurse/Team Leader to ensure appropriate placement for required services.
  • Acted as a Charge Nurse, supervised and coordinated certified nursing assistants with patients care and their ADL'S.
  • Provide care to those suffering from severe mental illness and chemical dependency under the direction of the charge nurse.
  • Provided Nursing supervisor duties for the 119 bed facility and fulfill the role of charge nurse for a unit.
  • Charge nurses develop and implement training courses and organize seminars to help educate and train new nurses and staff.

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8. Emergency Situations

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Here's how Emergency Situations is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Lead nurse for emergency situations, provide guidance to licensed vocational nurses and notification medical providers and hospital personnel.
  • Identify special nursing problems and emergency situations quickly and initiate immediate life-saving measures in the absence of a physician.
  • Counseled staff, managed conflicts, and resolved emergency situations utilizing independent judgment and critical thinking skills.
  • Required to respond to emergency situations and contact hospital administration or Nurse Manager if necessary.
  • Handled emergency situations as per policy while ensuring patient's physical and psychological needs were met
  • Provided assistance and guidance to nursing staff in medical and psychiatric emergency situations.
  • Provided support to staff as well as patients during environmental emergency situations.
  • Respond to all emergency situations immediately and delegate duties as needed.
  • Responded to and provided direction during a crisis and emergency situations.
  • Recognized emergency situations and implemented appropriate emergency procedures when indicated.
  • Intervened during crisis and emergency situations providing leadership and support.
  • Respond to emergency situations providing oversight and support as necessary.
  • Respond to emergency situations, mobilize emergency response teams.
  • Follow proper procedures in emergency situations and respond promptly.
  • Assessed patient conditions and responded to emergency situations.
  • Coordinated care throughout the hospital in emergency situations.
  • Act as incident commander during emergency situations.
  • Cared for patients during emergency situations.
  • Manage emergency situations and patient transfers.
  • Provide assistance during emergency situations.

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9. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Organized orientation and in-service training for unit staff members, and participated in guidance and educational programs; maintained instructional materials.
  • Supervised 8-10 staff members delegating assignments, supervising, competency evaluating and collaborating with various mental health teams.
  • Managed clinical and administrative operations, hiring, scheduling, supervising, and evaluating professional and ancillary staff members
  • Monitored and evaluated individual performance of nursing staff members and developed performance improvement and professional developmental goals.
  • Supervised several staff members in performing duties related to decontamination and sterilization processes of instruments and scopes.
  • Worked collaboratively with physician partners and interdisciplinary staff members/ specialists to accomplish unit quality of care goals.
  • Conduct one-on-one sessions with staff members for evaluation of clinical performance in patient care and documentation.
  • Supervised approximately thirty four staff members, scheduling work assignments, and writing evaluations.
  • Supervised junior staff members, delegating tasks appropriately to ensure continuity of care.
  • Improved patient care through consensus-building and encouraging idea contribution from staff members.
  • Manage and document performance of staff members and implement performance improvement measures.
  • Provide instruction and supervision of staff members, professional and non-professional.
  • Conducted in-services, counseled staff members performing below facility standard.
  • Carried out administrative duties including scheduling and supervising staff members.
  • Complete yearly evaluations on staff members during concurrent patient visits/follow-ups.
  • Managed staff members, providing coaching and recommendations for improvement.
  • Educated staff members in bio-hazard safety and regulation.
  • Ensured communication between staff members and various departments.
  • Supervised staff members working on rehabilitation unit.
  • Completed on-site supervisory visits with staff members.

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10. Health Care

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Here's how Health Care is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Collaborate effectively with an interdisciplinary team of medical professionals, health care professionals, Social Workers and Chaplains.
  • Delegated to health care personnel authority, responsibility, and accountability necessary to perform their assigned tasks.
  • Provided community wellness education as a representative of a Skilled Home Health Care Provider.
  • Monitored and communicated patients' medical conditions to right health care professional.
  • Communicate with health care providers and administrators regarding daily hospital operations.
  • Developed and managed home health care agency primarily for disabled clients
  • Communicated and managed patient cases with interdisciplinary health care team.
  • Maintained cooperative relationships among health care teams.
  • Participate in interdisciplinary health care team rounds.
  • Facilitated quality health care intervention recommendations.
  • Directed/supervised less skilled nursing/health care personnel.
  • Ensured that resident's families and health care team have been notified of abnormal findings or changes in condition, etc.
  • Respond to all survey findings, patient and or family complaints and other professional health care providers that have concerns.
  • Provided direct mental health care for adolescents including admission, assessment of progress, administration of medications and discharge planning.
  • Assisted UTPA-SHS to become the first University in TX to be accredited through the American Association of Ambulatory Health Care.
  • Collaborated with all members if health care team including physicians, RT, OT, PT, pharmacists & chaplains.
  • Provide home health care, treatment, and clinical documentation for patients on cardiac, oncology, and diabetic management.
  • Skilled at interpreting orders and evaluating diagnostic tests to identify and assess patient's clinic problems and health care needs.
  • Served as an advocate to patients, their families, nursing staff and other members of the health care team.
  • Assisted hospital staff in coordinating all aspects of home health care for patients including required community services according to guidelines.

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11. Rehab

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Here's how Rehab is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Enhance resident's rehabilitation experience by providing outstanding quality of care and developing and maintaining professional, long-term, friendly relationships.
  • Ordered and reviewed diagnostic tests, coordinated patient rehabilitation program therapies, and provided comprehensive education to patient and family members.
  • Supervised licensed and non-licensed personnel in the delivery of quality care at a 251 bed skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility.
  • Worked as RN on in-patient rehabilitation units, assisting patients in learning recovery skills to facilitate successful discharge to community.
  • Observed patients and reported adverse reactions to medication or treatment to supervisor also coordinated rehabilitative care between various departments.
  • Formulated and documented a discharge plan that maximizes the patient's ability to continue with daily activities after rehabilitation.
  • Promote the delivery of nursing care through a multidisciplinary approach to our geriatric population and also individuals requiring rehabilitation.
  • Managed clinical, daily operations and coordinated all services for department, including medical, rehabilitation and surgical patients.
  • Administered medications and treatments; processed new patient admissions as well as discharge planning for rehabilitation patients.
  • Coordinated nursing care with other members of the interdisciplinary rehabilitation team to achieve positive client outcomes.
  • Initiated preventative and rehabilitative nursing procedures as needed, while evaluating effectiveness and outcomes of care.
  • Rendered direct patient care to adults and geriatric population on sub-acute rehabilitation and long-term units.
  • Delivered competent and compassionate skilled nursing services to acute care, rehabilitation and hospice residents.
  • Managed and supervised nursing staff specializing in acute care and rehabilitation of geriatric patients.
  • Maintained special equipment used for physical therapy to aid in the rehabilitation of residents.
  • Promote rehabilitation nursing in performing activities of daily living to return to functional capacity.
  • Provided comprehensive nursing care for the geriatric and rehabilitation population based on patient needs.
  • Provided direct nursing care to Geriatric and Rehabilitating adults in a skilled nursing facility.
  • Provided on site supervision for an 80 bed inpatient alcohol and drug rehabilitation facility.
  • Provide care and education congruent with age-related needs for patients with specific rehabilitation needs.

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12. Infection Control

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Here's how Infection Control is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Assisted physicians with examinations and office procedures, ensured instruments were cleaned and sterilized in accordance with infection control policies.
  • Perform Quality Improvement Audits, Infection Control Audits, and identify rationale and anticipated outcomes for each nursing intervention.
  • Provided in-service training as well as supervision/consultation to non-nursing staff regarding supervised self-administered medication program and infection control policies.
  • Developed nursing and facility policy and procedures on a variety of topics including common illnesses and infection control.
  • Demonstrated ability to utilize Standard Precautions, aseptic and sterile technique while adhering to facility infection control policy.
  • Implemented and provided education about infection control programs as well as basic infection control during procedures and treatments.
  • Developed and implemented infection control classification system to guide staff in safe and confidential patient care standards.
  • Provide education in-service and support for Case Managers and House Technicians for medication management and infection control.
  • Provided quality improvement objectives, and safety, environmental and infection control standards following OSHA regulations.
  • Collaborated with hospital infection control departments and provided pertinent follow up assessment and records when necessary.
  • Coordinated and instructed professional staff on infection control, and other state wide mandatory nursing education.
  • Provide consultation and program reorganization/evaluation for infection control, employee health, and rehabilitation nursing programs.
  • Completed all Infection Control Nurse responsibilities including compiling data and preparing monthly and quarterly reports.
  • Maintained a safe and clean working environment in accordance with facility infection control protocols.
  • Staff nurse responsibilities combined with implementing and running the infection control program facility wide.
  • Provided quality assurance, infection control and safety activities and compliance to operational standards.
  • Participated in several committees including Quality, infection control, and staff development.
  • Worked diligently to change behaviors related to infection control precaution rooms.
  • Followed universal precautions and maintained infection control standards when performing treatments.
  • Processed monthly infection control and safety reports for Quality Improvement Projects.

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13. Treatment Plans

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Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Work collaboratively with the interdisciplinary treatment team to ensure the development and implementation of individualized treatment plans, and coordinated care.
  • Planned and facilitated group activities and participated in the implementation of individual patient treatment plans at a 90-bed inpatient psychiatric facility.
  • Work closely alongside members of the interdisciplinary team in developing and initiating patient specific psychiatric and medical treatment plans.
  • Developed, implemented and supervised psychiatric treatment plans; designed and supervised data collection procedures; analyzed behavioral data.
  • Chaired weekly interdisciplinary team meetings for patients, allowing for re-certification and review of treatment plans.
  • Performed admission and ongoing client assessments; developed and modified treatment plans with an interdisciplinary team.
  • Develop and review individualized treatment plans as a member of an interdisciplinary treatment team.
  • Performed physical examinations, assessing appropriate treatment plans and/or providing physicians with nursing diagnosis.
  • Participated in development of multidisciplinary treatment plans, including discharge planning and coordination.
  • Conducted patient interviews, documented information, developed and implemented treatment plans.
  • Maintained nursing standards of care and performed individualized treatment plans.
  • Administered Medications to 30-40 Residents based on individual treatment plans.
  • Educated patients and caregivers regarding diagnosis and treatment plans.
  • Reviewed patient treatment plans and measured individual progress.
  • Evaluated and revised individualized treatment plans as needed.
  • Pain assessment, medications & effectiveness, treatment plans, organize/ schedule employees, employee evaluations, unit and problem resolution.
  • Assessed residents' health condition, developed and implemented treatment plans in accordance with physician orders and evaluated effectiveness of care.
  • Completed all admission assessments and developed and ensured implementation of individual treatment plans for patients with broad range of health issues.
  • Determine treatment plans for residents, coordinate care with other disciplines (social services, pharmacy, dietary, rehab).
  • Attended weekly treatment team meetings with physicians and assisted in creating treatment plans as well as discharge plans for patients.

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14. Resident Care

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Here's how Resident Care is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Provided communication between shifts to promote continuity of resident care and communicated regularly with the Associate Director of Nursing.
  • Participated in planning work of assigned units and coordinated activities with other resident care units and related departments.
  • Utilized critical thinking skills and provided quality resident care and documented effectively to meet the insurance documentation needs.
  • Communicate and apply policies/procedures, practices, objectives and goals necessary for attainment of quality resident care.
  • Delegated responsibility and accountability for the provision of resident care according to professional standards of nursing practice.
  • Coordinated resident care utilizing other disciplines to include: dietary, laboratory, pharmacy, and housekeeping.
  • Monitor, record and communicate resident condition * Primary coordinator of all disciplines for well-coordinated resident care.
  • Complete daily clinical and environmental rounds to evaluate resident care being provided and report significant events.
  • Coordinated resident care delivery, evaluated effectiveness of plan, re-assessed and developed alternative interventions.
  • Communicated with physicians, social workers, physical and occupational therapy regarding resident care.
  • Collaborated with physicians to provide quality resident care, observed and recorded resident status.
  • Provided nursing supervision and monitored resident care for 120 bed skilled nursing/rehabilitation center.
  • Demonstrated effective communication and cooperation with other disciplines involved in resident care.
  • Coordinate resident care with primary physician, multidisciplinary team and resident family.
  • Ensured the facility was properly staffed ensure delivery of quality resident care.
  • Provide documentation to reflect residents condition stability Provide direct resident care.
  • Review documentation of resident care services with department of health recommendations.
  • Coordinate resident care following MD orders optimizing appropriate scheduling of staff.
  • Supervised and coordinated activities of nursing personnel assigned to resident care.
  • Worked with interdisciplinary team to develop comprehensive resident care plans.

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15. Triage

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Here's how Triage is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Monitored immunization grant program, initiated and implemented nursing policies and procedures, initiated and implemented walk in and telephonic triage guidelines
  • Monitor adult, adolescents, and children with acute psychiatric issues Crisis intervention Triage Provide therapeutic group activities Milieu management
  • Performed QA follow-up to on-call triage/visit activity and patient satisfaction.
  • Provided telephone triage for existing outpatient clinic population.
  • Admit and triage mental health/detoxification clientele.
  • Perform physical examinations, make tentative diagnosis, and treat patients en route to hospitals or at disaster site triage centers.
  • Supervised 10 triage nurses, and coordinated human resource functions including scheduling, delegating tasks, and care management of patients.
  • Assist with providing on-call weekend coverage - phone triage for all patients, assign/schedule patient visits, maintenance of medical notes.
  • Perform comprehensive range of clinical functions (telephone triage, assisting in minor surgical procedures, wound care, etc.)
  • Direct patient care included triage, treatment room, and assistance with patient care in exam room area as needed.
  • Perform physical examinations, make tentative diagnoses, and treat patients en-route to hospitals or a disaster site triage center.
  • Staff reported questions or concerns and I used critical thinking to assess, triage, and delegate over the phone.
  • Perform clinical field duties to triage spinal cord patients, patients on ventilators, intravenous drips, and wound vac
  • Performed telephone triage, examined and treated selected patients and counseled them regarding their health and disease process.
  • Participated as a member of the emergency response team including being the emergency contact person and triage nurse.
  • Manage and develop teams in the support of Medical Emergency response, telephone triage and direct patient care.
  • Acted as triage nurse and have taken care of urgent care as well as family practice level patients.
  • Perform triage of all acute ill or injured patients and evaluate the need for continued care and treatment.
  • Nurse supervisor ambulatory health and pediatric nutrition program, Triage and referrals of pediatric patients, nutritional screenings.
  • Registered Nurse in Labor and Delivery *Triage, treat, labor and deliver gravid and perinatal patients.

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16. Medication Management

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Here's how Medication Management is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Worked as charge nurse when needed delivering total care including physical assessments, medication management, wound care and documented effectively.
  • Direct patient care including medication management and accurate documentation as required by the state.
  • Coordinated medication management, to support interdependence and best quality life outcomes.
  • Developed an effective system for managing weekly medication management rounds with psychiatrist.
  • Facilitated therapeutic groups, oversaw medication management, and counselor supervision.
  • Arrange for routine follow up including medication management with clients/members.
  • Facilitate psycho educational, medication management and health groups.
  • Develop treatment plan with patient for medication management.
  • Completed nursing assessments and medication management for residents.
  • Developed and implemented Medication Management Program.
  • Served on IV Team/PICC/Port/Medication Management.
  • Conducted home visits to home health care patients, delivered care, medication management, and patient assessment and care planning.
  • Provide teaching to patients and staff concerning disease processes, diagnosis, medication management, and possible complications and side effects.
  • Work with medical director and psychiatrist to schedule patient appointments for intakes, physicals and psychiatric evaluations, and medication management.
  • Provide physical assessment, medication management, wound care, IV therapy, hospice care, and patient education.
  • Provided medication management, monitored detox, and made appropriate referrals to higher level of care as required.
  • Use several types of IV ports, medication management, IV therapy, TPN, and Tube feedings.
  • Assisted with nurse scheduling made home health visits, patient education, medication management and education.
  • Assist case managers and community providers for coordination of care for chronic, long-term medication management.
  • Perform skilled nursing of wound care and medication management: medication pour and tray set-up.

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17. MDS

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Here's how MDS is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Managed, coordinated and ran MDS program for Medicare/ Medicaid patients for insurance reimbursement in coordination with federal guidelines.
  • Coordinate MDS 3.0 notes ensuring accuracy and compliance of timely submissions according to federal regulations.
  • Assisted with MDS assessments and other documentation for Medicare reimbursement.
  • Completed required MDS Medicare documentation per Federal guidelines.
  • Performed MDS Clinical Coordinator duties for entire facility.
  • Completed quarterly assessment for MDS documentation.
  • Complete MDS assessments and electronic documentation.
  • Position also included MDS responsibilities.
  • Displayed extensive proficiency with minimum data set (MDS), CAAS procedures and care planning in providing expert Nursing supervision.
  • Monitor RUG codes, supervise Medicare and Medicaid meetings discussing accurate coding on MDS assisting in implementing appropriate program for residents.
  • Worked closely with MDS/Care Plan Coordinator, LPN's and CNA's in implementing care plans and skin care measures.
  • Oversee nursing staff, IV Therapy, patient care, process admissions, assist with MDS assessments i.e.
  • Assessed, documented and implemented care plans and Minimum Data Set (MDS) for long term care.
  • Coordinate MDS assessment schedules and submit assessments to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
  • Have experience as Staff Coordinator, Unit Manager, MDS and Co-Champion for FAU Interact in our facility.
  • Assist RNAC with completion of MDS in accordance with federal and state rules, regulations, and guidelines.
  • Prepare MDS forms, write care plans, and communicate goals and plan of care to nursing staff.
  • Complied with RAI process assuring the accuracy, timeliness, and completeness of the MDS assessment and CAAS.
  • Completed the MDS process for the unit alone with and in the absent of the MDS Coordinator.
  • Contribute to the resident's assessment (MDS/RAPS) and the development of a plan of care.

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18. Vital Signs

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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Monitored vital signs, performed full body assessments, medication consolidation.
  • Specialize in Dementia, Nurse to 108 Residents, Assist with Activities of Daily Living, Obtain and monitor vital signs.
  • Assisted physicians with clinical and laboratory procedures including injections, non-stress tests, obtaining vital signs, and fetal heart rates.
  • Recorded patient's vital signs to include temperature, blood pressure, pulse, heart rate, oxygen levels and weight.
  • Assessed and documented patient vital signs, respiratory functions and cardiac rhythms, reporting any abnormalities to physicians for further action.
  • Obtained information from patient regarding medications and health history as well as vital signs prior to being seen by a psychiatrist.
  • Transcribed physician orders, checking monthly MAR's, vital signs, admissions and discharges, chart audits, wound care.
  • Evaluate health condition by taking vital signs, assessment, and performing nursing process and procedures such administration of medications.
  • Administer medication, monitor and record vital signs; monitor lab work, administer breathing treatments and conduct wound care.
  • Educated staff on administering medications and treatments involving vital signs, insulin injections, wound care, and colostomy care.
  • Obtained daily vital signs, assessed for signs and symptoms of substance withdrawal, and administered medications to clients.
  • Administer prescribed medications, obtained vital signs (temp., pulse, resp., B/P, pulse ox).
  • Monitored vital signs, assessed change in status, passed medications, provided personal care, and changed dressings.
  • Interviewed patients to obtain assessment data and measure their vital signs, weight and height upon admission to facility.
  • Supervised and assessed vital changes in patient s condition by monitoring vital signs, symptoms, and test results.
  • Prepped patients for surgery; reviewed medical clearance, took vital signs, and took before and after photos.
  • Started IV's, administered medications, monitored cardiac output, heart monitors, ventilators, and vital signs.
  • Monitored vital signs, blood glucose monitoring and, administering insulin via sliding scale as scheduled by physician.
  • Provided basic nursing skills which included personal care, vital signs and ambulation as directed by nursing supervisor.
  • Care of these children by administering medications to and obtaining vital signs on these medically fragile children.

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19. Physician Orders

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Here's how Physician Orders is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Document professional nursing care utilizing the nursing process for patients in accordance with physician orders and established policies and procedures.
  • Coordinated and participated in the delivery of patient care ensuring compliance with physician orders and established policies and procedures.
  • Job Responsibilities: Transcription of physician orders, administering medications, supervision of staff and managing staff call-offs/scheduling.
  • Performed wound care and/or treatment following physician orders using aseptic or sterile techniques following orders and policy.
  • Received and followed up with physician orders, laboratory results, dietary recommendations, and pharmacy recommendations.
  • Ensured skin integrity was maintained and/or improved by administering wound care per physician orders.
  • Account for storage, distribution and discontinuation of resident medications based on physician orders.
  • Administered medications, performed treatments, received and implemented physician orders.
  • Received and transcribed physician orders and communicated orders to nursing personnel.
  • Phoned physicians for medication orders and transcribed additional physician orders.
  • Prioritized patient care by implementing physician orders and nursing process.
  • Communicated laboratory results to physicians and received physician orders.
  • Implemented new procedures involving physician orders and pharmaceutical tracking.
  • Communicate physician orders and report diagnostic test results timely.
  • Picked up and processed physician orders communicating to pharmacy.
  • Coordinate admissions and discharges according to physician orders.
  • Administered medications and tube feedings per physician orders.
  • Dispense medication and treatment according to physician orders.
  • Executed physician orders such as medication and procedures.
  • Obtain physician orders, obtain insurance authorization.

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20. Picc

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Here's how Picc is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Med Administration*Treatments*Delegation*Assessments*Medicare Charting*Diabetes Management*Pumps/IV Med Administration*Wound Care*Catheter Insertion and Care*Blood Draws*PICC Line Care*Order Processing*Charting using Matrix System
  • Maintained PICC lines, administered and taught administration of IV medications, lab draws, education, assess and monitors patients.
  • Provide care for high acuity patients such, as tracheotomy care, wound care, Intravenous care, and PICC Lines.
  • Administer medications safely via PEG tube, IV and PICC line and assess pressure sore and do wound care.
  • House Supervisor, Assess acute conditions of patients and contact MD appropriately, PICCLINE management, IV management.
  • Functioned as the IV and Clinical Educator including PICC placement and education regarding all forms of IV therapy.
  • Experience and knowledge in PICC lines gained, level 1 certification of KCI Wound Vac system obtained.
  • Assist with daily resident activities including ADL s. IV therapy including PICC and central line management.
  • Provided extensive wound care, peritoneal dialysis, and care for central and PICC line dressings.
  • Maintain peripherally inserted central catheter (PICC) and peripheral Intravenous line (PIV).
  • Draw blood samples as needed for labs from central lines, PICC lines as needed.
  • Change dressings including wound, PICC line, IV and gastric tube sites when indicated.
  • Implemented and conducted PIV and PICC line therapy, G-Tube feeding and tracheotomy care.
  • Monitor and care for patients with heparin lock, central and PICC lines.
  • Blood drawing at peripheral and PICC line as per doctor's order.
  • Developed proficiency working with PEG tubes, PICC lines, and IVs.
  • Start IV's if necessary and manage IV therapy including PICC lines.
  • Maintain all PICC lines and hang all IV solutions in the building.
  • Maintained PICC lines, accessed ports and provided daily IV therapy care.
  • Improved PICC line credentialing and new hire training by effective hands-on instruction.

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21. Hospice

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Here's how Hospice is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Worked closely with a diverse patient population that included AIDS/HIV and economically disadvantaged patients within a hospice care facility setting.
  • Supervised approximately 40 hospice nurses and nursing assistants in two field offices and one residential facility.
  • Participated in weekly hospice and monthly interdisciplinary meetings.
  • Coordinated ancillary services, provided Hospice care.
  • Managed ongoing hospice medications per protocol.
  • Communicate with residents, medical offices, primary providers, hospitals, hospice, etc in the daily care of patients.
  • Collaborate with MD during weekly Team Conference regarding patient's Plan of Care and eligibility for hospice and/or palliative care services.
  • Provide clinical care for a wide range of patients, including sub-acute, hospice and long term care geriatric patients.
  • Understand the inner working of Hospice and be able to explain the differences to patients between Hospice and Palliative Care.
  • Maintain Federal, State, Joint Commission, and Hospice of Palm Beach County's requirements to meet all standards.
  • Arranged referrals to home care agencies, bone marrow registries, social workers, hospice and other resources when appropriate.
  • Provided a range of services including skilled nursing care, assisted living, post-acute medical and rehabilitation and hospice care.
  • Work directly with practitioners, physicians, therapists, as well as hospice, to provide appropriate care to residents.
  • Provide direct patient care for residents; permanent, terminally ill, hospice, and patients admitted for rehabilitation.
  • Assess the physical, emotional and medical needs of hospice patients and their caregivers through after hours telephone consult.
  • Provided nursing care to nursing facility residents, short term rehabilitation patients, hospice patients and assisted living residents.
  • Provided care to young adult and elderly with AIDS, postoperative recovery, infections, wound care and hospice.
  • Floated to the hospice house and home hospice to provide end of life care to patients and their families.
  • Confer with Medical director to admit patient, admit patient to hospice after conferring with MD and patient/family.
  • Worked with contractual hospices to provide in house hospice care to residents nearing the end of life.

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22. DON

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Here's how DON is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Performed specified liaison activities between organ donation organizations, funeral homes, law enforcement agencies, and emergency transport agencies.
  • Worked directly with DON/ administrator to ensure excellent patient outcome and customer satisfaction.
  • Worked in collaboration with DON to meet Medicare/Medicaid and state requirements.
  • Monitored and passed total proteins to determine donor suitability for donation.
  • Provided education and information to the candidates for plasma donation.
  • Determined eligibility for admission into methadone maintenance treatment program.
  • Perform physical examinations; Manage donor reaction and complications.
  • Maintain communication with facility administrator and DON.
  • Shift charge/supervisor/DON utilizing the above mentioned qualifications.
  • Supervised daily operation of Methadone Dispensing Department.
  • Supervised all medical procedures done at facility.
  • Assist in organizing transfers of patients to and from the program; verifies methadone dosage verbally with nurse of other program.
  • Served as DON for approximately three months (while current DON was on maternity leave) and to cover as needed.
  • Monitor staff attendance and directly work with DON, ADON and Managers to discuss improvement of staffing thereby preventing chronic absences.
  • Check all the medication sheets weekly, doctor's orders nightly, address concerns to the MD or DON immediately.
  • Provided support for the charge nurses, assisted in admissions, weekend RN coverage, Interim DON and much more.
  • Provided support to resident and families over the weekend to ensure communication of needs to unit Managers and DON.
  • Assisted the DON in a variety of projects, and filled in as the Weekend House Supervisor when needed.
  • Assist the DON in the organization and management of all nursing units within the facility during the evening shift.
  • Participate in daily conferences with Administrator, DON and QA Department to review status of cases not yet billed.

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23. Dementia

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Here's how Dementia is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Collaborated with social services and the recreation departments concerning appropriate and beneficial activities for the veterans with dementia.
  • Provided nursing care for long-term patients with dementia and limited mobility, including surgical patients requiring rehabilitation.
  • Managed clinical oversight of 60 resident assisted living community which included a newly developed locked dementia unit.
  • Cared for behavioral health patients, rehabilitation patients, dementia residents.
  • Collaborated with physicians to provide optimal pain control to dementia patients.
  • Care for a variety of Surgical Rehabilitation/Dementia Adult and Geriatric patients.
  • Participated in individualized activities for dementia residents.
  • Worked with geriatric and dementia populations.
  • Redirected residents who suffered from dementia.
  • Guided and managed the training and orientation of nursing and support staff for residents within a 32 bed dementia unit.
  • Provided nursing care to sub acute: post surgical, cardiac, seizure, dementia, and respiratory distress patients.
  • Care for adult patients with mental illnesses such as schizophrenia, psychosis, bipolar disorder, depression, and dementia.
  • Apply nursing process to assess patients for proper placement to level of care within hospital including placement dementia patients.
  • Develop schedules, oversaw documentation, work with CVA, mentally ill, dementia, and geriatric patients.
  • Supervised and directed care on a daily basis on the locked dementia unit and with the psychiatric residents.
  • Provided direct skilled nursing care to sub-acute & long-term residents, including those with various types of dementia.
  • Provided nursing care to patients in long term care facility including skilled level of care, Dementia Unit.
  • Provide administration of medication to resident on a long-term care, psychiatric, dementia and skilled floors.
  • Experienced with caring for CHF, COPD, diabetic, dementia, renal failure and dialysis residents.
  • Manage the medication room daily and help with patient ADL's when needed*Promoted to Dementia Program Director

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24. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Responded to all requests on patient complaints/concerns using exceptional customer services skills, followed up to ensure satisfactory resolution.
  • Supervised receptionists overseeing customer service, scheduling of appointments with physicians, insurance referrals and patient calls.
  • Applied Total Quality Management approach to employee/patient/customer services handling problem resolution and promoting hospital public relations image.
  • Provided excellent customer service by accurately assessing situations and formulating innovative solutions to make clients happy.
  • Demonstrated ability to establish relationships and preserve confidentiality, time management, impeccable customer service.
  • Demonstrate good customer service by presenting a positive image through excellent communication and telephone skills.
  • Monitored compliance services Customer service Communication with families Tours/ Skills Used Nursing Management Counseling Educator
  • Represent hospital administration in their absence to ensure excellent patient care and customer service.
  • Provided excellent customer service to residents and their families through education and exceptional care.
  • Provided customer service.-Ensured cashiers performed their jobs correctly.-Distributed tender accurately into register drawers.
  • Set high expectations to ensure patients received unparalleled customer service and quality care.
  • Promoted rapidly from customer service representative to unloading supervisor to register supervisor.
  • Complete admissions, discharges, patient/family teaching while providing excellent customer service.
  • Accepted new customer applications and assisted in general customer service duties.
  • Addressed clinical and customer service escalated inquiries and provided timely feedback.
  • Work independently to provide excellent customer service and quality services.
  • Provide excellent customer service skills with co-workers and community partners.
  • Completed new admissions to facility, provided excellent customer service.
  • Act as primary customer service representative for the orthopedic department.
  • Promote a positive customer service with external and internal departments.

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25. LVN

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Here's how LVN is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Started as an On-call LVN working in multiple clinics to include Same Day, Oncology, Internal Medicine and Family Practice.
  • Supervised a team of RN's, LVN's and staff in their work environment with a hands-on approach.
  • Supervised a staff of 12; RN's, LVN's, mental health specialist and intake specialist.
  • Administered medications, provided wound care, completed documentation and delivered a complete range of LVN services.
  • Supervised field staff for the Victoria Area including RN's, LVN's and Home Health Aides.
  • Delegate and cooperate with LVN and CNA in patient care; develop admission and discharge care plans.
  • Developed written performance appraisals, position descriptions, and standards for LVN's on an annual basis.
  • Supervised RN's, LVN's, Patient Care Techs, and other professional and Non Professional staff
  • Scheduled and monitored patient care provided by RN's, LVN's, aides and therapists.
  • Supervised LVN'S and certified nursing assistants with patients care and their activities of daily living.
  • Started intravenous lines per doctor order for appropriate medication being given by the LVN or RN.
  • Monitored duties of LVN and performed delegations for all house staff on multiple invasive procedures required.
  • Played a key role on interdisciplinary team of LVN's, social workers and administrative personnel.
  • Assisted LVN with wound care and assessments for condition changes and transfers to acute care.
  • Developed and implemented a plan to certify all LVN's in basic IV start skills.
  • Supervised and directed all providers RN's, LVN's and direct care staff.
  • Supervised approximately 100 RN's, LVN's and support staff on perinatal unit.
  • Supervised LVN's and CNA's to ensure optimal care for patients.
  • Provide supervisory support to RN's and LVN's in home-health setting.
  • Back office training, Registered nurse, LVN, training.

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26. Medical Records

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Here's how Medical Records is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Maintain practice quality and compliance programs including National Patient Safety Goals Data and Meaningful Use quality indicators for electronic medical records.
  • Assessed patients' conditions, administered medications, maintained patient medical records and responded to medical emergencies.
  • Reviewed medical records and facilitated the accuracy of all documentation for quality of care and payment.
  • Obtained medical records requested from outside facility in computerized charting system and fax such records.
  • Assisted in company wide clinician training and transition to a new electronic medical records/computerized system
  • Organize and maintain complete medical records documentation for Medicare and Medicaid benefits.
  • Assisted in the development and customization of an electronic medical records system.
  • Retrieved medical records for outsides facilities on off hours using computer-based applications.
  • Supervised medical records, documentation, and compliance with facility procedures.
  • Developed and implemented electronic medical records, training physicians and nurses.
  • Reviewed clinical documentation to ensure medical records support level of care.
  • Monitor medical records for appropriate documentation of care and effectiveness.
  • Documented nursing procedures, maintained medical records and patient status.
  • Assisted medical examiner with medical records and access to deceased.
  • Reviewed medical records to ensure nursing practices followed state guidelines.
  • Demonstrate basic computer literacy through documentation via electronic medical records.
  • Use of Electronic Medical Records for charting and medication administration.
  • Worked in medical records receiving and sending patient information.
  • Monitor and review patient medical records and correspondence.
  • Monitor medical records for compliance with legal requirements.

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27. Clinical Staff

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Here's how Clinical Staff is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Manage the provision of individual patient services and coordinate/collaborate with the clinical staff to develop the patient rehabilitation plan.
  • Job duties included supervision of entire clinical staff and facility operations of 100-bed skilled nursing facility during off-shifts.
  • Managed the facility's daily staffing requirements and oriented clinical staff to their job responsibilities while implementing policy.
  • Evaluated, supervised and scheduled all clinical staff and assumed responsibilities for the day-to-day Clinical operations.
  • Maintained frequent interaction with the Medical Director and clinical staff toward the fulfillment of organizational goals.
  • Evaluate clinical staff performance daily to identify quality assurance and or need for process improvement.
  • Performed direct supervision of clinical staff and provide administrative leadership for all off-hours hospital operations.
  • Supported clinical/non clinical staff in delivering care while maintaining high levels of personal accountability.
  • Completed performance reviews on clinical staff and assisted with disciplinary process as required.
  • Provided leadership and direct supervision to 14 Utilization Management Nurses and Non-Clinical staff.
  • Interviewed, counseled and encouraged productivity and adherence to policies of clinical staff.
  • Managed the clinic operations, overseeing clinical staff and patient service representatives.
  • Developed curricula and quality improvement assessment and training materials for clinical staff.
  • Provide supervision, guidance and education to clinical staff and ancillary departments.
  • Communicate effectively with administrative, medical, professional, clinical staff.
  • Provide educational training on computer documentation system to clinical staff.
  • Participated in staff retention and disciplinary actions for clinical staff.
  • Performed competency assessments on all clinical staff and consulted findings.
  • Supervised clinical staff, evaluated and performed performance reviews.
  • Create yearly education competencies for clinical staff organization wide.

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28. Bed Facility

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Here's how Bed Facility is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Weekend Supervisor-Baylor-Administration/Staffing Duties/Supervision of Patient care/Trainer of Electronic-Charting System/Family Liaison/Clinical Assessments/120 bed facility
  • Coordinated staffing for 200-bed facility while ensuring quality patient care and maintaining excellent communication with physicians, staff, and administration.
  • Oversee and manage a 170-bed facility every other weekend to provide accountability and responsibility for the facility
  • Facilitated overall nursing staff performance and care of 180-bed facility.
  • Coordinated after-hours administrative matters including staffing the 188 bed facility.
  • Weekend supervisor delivering skilled nursing care to 3-unit 150 bed facility
  • Managed clinical and administrative operations of a 200-bed facility
  • Managed clinical oversight for 140-bed facility.
  • Provided leadership, direction, supervision and evaluation of 50 support staff while overseeing efficient daily maintenance of productive 160-bed facility.
  • Supervised the night nursing staff and patient care, rotating between the evening and night shifts in a 200 bed facility.
  • Supervised evening nursing staff in a 150 bed facility consisting of long term care, dementia, and transitional care units.
  • Served as RNS at veterans Nursing home 11-7 shift 120 bed facility Comprised of 6 units with twenty residents each.
  • Staff Nurse/Team leader - (24-bed facility) Duties included care of medically complex patients in a multidisciplinary setting i.e.
  • Provided nursing oversight and supervision to RN s, LPN s and certified nursing aides in a 260 bed facility.
  • 16214Supervised the 86 bed facility during the off shifts, weekends, and holidays for the administration and department managers.
  • Ensured safety and care of all residents in a 90-bed facility (30 rehab, 60 long-term care).
  • Functioned as a floor nurse and nurse supervisor in a 120 bed facility---rehab and long term care.
  • Supervised the care provided to adult residents in a rehab and long term setting of a 120 bed facility.
  • Oversee 5 unit, 134 bed facility and staff, Staff evaluations, Quality control, Admissions nurse.
  • Supervised 160 bed facility including 8-12 LPN's/RN's and 16-20 CNA's on any respective tour of duty.

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29. Alzheimer

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Here's how Alzheimer is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • 111-bed skilled nursing facility dedicated to maximizing independence and well-being for residents of Alzheimer's unit and assisted living area.
  • Provided behavioral/emotional support and supervision or those with Dementia/Alzheimer's and their families.
  • Provided skilled nursing care to Alzheimer's/Dementia residents on a secured unit.
  • Supervised and monitored the Alzheimer residents.
  • Charge of a 108 resident facility, consisting of short term and long term care rehabilitation patients and dementia/Alzheimer's patients.
  • Used Board with alphabet and eyes for communication with nonverbal patient, quadriplegic patients, Alzheimer/Dementia residents, residents with mental illness
  • Developed nursing care plans for residents whose main populations were residents there for physical rehabilitation, post-surgery an Alzheimer s.
  • Provided patient care to individuals diagnosed with Alzheimer's, Dementia, and Depression within a 168 skilled nursing facility.
  • Assist the elderly with terminal and critical illnesses on the skilled, long term, and Alzheimer's units.
  • Transferred shifts to become 3rd shift charge nurse on skilled/Alzheimer's unit responsible for medication administration and wound treatments.
  • Provide supervisor and direct nursing care to varied patients including - Rehab, Long Term Care, Alzheimer and Hospice
  • Provided direct nursing care to sub-acute patients and long-term care residents, including those with Alzheimer's and Dementia.
  • Supervised nursing and ancillary staff at 250 bed skilled nursing facility, which included ventilator and Alzheimer's units.
  • Participate in Alzheimer's Association Caregiver Support Group monthly, providing education for caregivers and their loved ones.
  • Frequent rounding to different halls, including the locked unit for residents with Alzheimer's Disease or Dementia.
  • Supervised an average of 15 staff members on two units, a main unit and Alzheimer's unit.
  • Provide care for geriatric population in assisted living long term patients, skilled patients and Alzheimer's patients.
  • Supervised the staff on the Alzheimer's unit and was responsible for patient assessments and performance of treatments.
  • Counseled families regarding patient care and in dealing with fears and concerns typical to families of Alzheimer patients.
  • Supervised our 244 resident bed long term care facility including a 44 bed Alzheimer's/dementia and psychiatric unit.

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30. ICU

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Here's how ICU is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Provided direct care to clients in the community from diverse and multicultural populations while collaborating with paraprofessionals and physicians.
  • Evaluated training curriculum objectives, ensured trainees acquired qualifications to perform medical treatment during field training exercises.
  • Created a palliative care curriculum for new employees by analyzing qualitative data with successful outcome retention initiative.
  • Demonstrated flexibility by providing meticulous direct patient care as well as administering medications per order.
  • Administered medication, assisted in managing difficult behavior, participate in interdisciplinary team processes.
  • Provided leadership and professional supervision to multidisciplinary groups, in particular, rehabilitative services.
  • Keep meticulous records of treatment dates and procedures on Federated's electronic documentation system.
  • Provided behavior modification and therapeutic care to adult patients with difficult and combative behaviors.
  • Skilled in providing intervention safely and efficiently for difficult or dangerous behaviors.
  • Started working with management to improve organization of facility, particularly supplies.
  • Develop curriculum and provide education to clinic personnel and school board staff
  • Conducted educational program for evidenced-based wound care practices for MSN practicum.
  • Designed curriculum and conducted in-service classes for staff various disciplines.
  • Maintained, meticulous monthly budget review for instrumentation and equipment.
  • Obtained admitting orders for new patient matriculation.
  • Assist less-experienced colleagues during difficult procedures.
  • Started as ICU charge nurse, then house supervisor, OB unit manager, and finally Director of Quality and Risk Management
  • House shift supervisor for unit coverage of NICU, SICU, 4 Medical units & 5 Surgical Units for staffing needs.
  • Experience on the following units: Medical, Surgical, Telemetry, MICU, Emergency room, Geriatric Psych, and PACU
  • Served as relief charge nurse, completing supervisory responsibilities as assigned Worked in the PICU providing nursing care for critically ill children

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31. State Regulations

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Here's how State Regulations is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Conducted annual on-site medical clinic audits/assessments ensuring optimal operating standards and full compliance with federal and state regulations.
  • Negotiated, coordinated, and supervised resident relationships maintaining state regulations, policies and procedures and dispute resolution.
  • Provided leadership to 33 personnel ensuring Federal and State regulations are enforced as mandated.
  • Monitored resident care and day-to-day activities to ensure facility compliance with state regulations.
  • Direct personnel supervision to line staff to insure quality care provided per state regulations
  • Performed quarterly chart audits to ensure all documentation were within state regulations.
  • Reviewed/updated company policies and procedures to comply with Federal and State regulations.
  • Monitored Psychotropic Medication Usage in residents to ensure compliance with state regulations.
  • Perform assessments, medication setup and required documentation to meet state regulations.
  • Demonstrated mastery of State regulations and Medicaid standards to ensure clinical compliance.
  • Assessed unit organization and structure to ensure company policies/federal/state regulations met.
  • Monitor and implement all regulatory clinical standards according to state regulations.
  • Developed and implemented policies and procedures to comply with state regulations.
  • Supervised and Educated staff on following proper state regulations.
  • Provide complete and accurate medical documentation meeting state regulations.
  • Scheduled Supervisory Visits according to State Regulations.
  • Document according to state regulations.
  • Direct, organize and develop all wound care services in accordance with federal and state regulations to ensure quality patient care.
  • Audit charts for compliance with State regulations and facility policies and participate in the development of systems for correcting deficiencies.
  • Establish and maintains standards of high quality care and customer service in compliance with federal and state regulations and guidelines.

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32. Medication Administration

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Here's how Medication Administration is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Assisted elderly and developmentally-disabled adults with medication administration.
  • Maintained patient documentation and coordinated medication administration.
  • Perform general nursing responsibility including: assessment, medication administration, admission/discharges, plan of care development and client /family education.
  • Audited client records, initial assessments, client and family advocate, medication administration wound and treatment management with elderly population.
  • Worked collaboratively with DCFS Quality Assurance Team on creating and instituting medication administration policy and procedures for Nevada Juvenile Services.
  • Provide medication administrations to psychiatric patients in the walk-in injection clinic department including proper documentation and follow up appointment scheduling.
  • Provided direct care nursing to residents including thorough assessment and skilled nursing charting, perform medication administration/monitoring and wound/treatment care.
  • Conducted assessments, developed and evaluated nursing interventions, oversaw medication administration, and performed discharge education and planning.
  • Provided patient care and medication administration to residents of facility's dementia unit while supervising entire facility.
  • Provide supervision and guidance as well as education to staff member in medication administration, infection prevention.
  • Assessed and implemented patient care including rehabilitation, medication administration, patient safety, and health education.
  • Maintained compliance of medication administration and destruction according to DEA and State of Connecticut regulations and standards.
  • Provided continuous care to hospice patients which included performing ADLS, medication administration/teaching and comfort care.
  • Direct care including admission assessments, treatments, and medication administration including IV medication and maintenance.
  • Developed strong psychiatric-evaluation and treatment-planning coupled with knowledge of psychotropic medication administration, management and training.
  • Perform documentation reviews, medication administration monitoring, observation of performance of routine duties/assessments of subordinates.
  • Provide patient care, including assessments, medication administration, admissions, discharges and patient/family education.
  • Provide weekly monitoring of medical visits/appointments, bowel, and medication administration records for group homes.
  • Provided supervision of LPNs and trained teachers/teacher's aides on proper medication administration for approved medications.
  • Provided direct nursing care, medication administration, assisted physicians during patient examination and treatment.

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33. Ensure Compliance

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Here's how Ensure Compliance is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Supervised day-to-day nursing activities of the facility to ensure compliance with facility policies, and state/federal guidelines.
  • Monitored assigned cases to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements and Great Lakes Caring policy and procedures.
  • Developed a department based Quality Improvement Plan to ensure compliance with hospital and regulatory standards.
  • Supervised care and ensure compliance over independent, assisted living and skilled nursing facility.
  • Maintain open communication with Human Resources to ensure compliance regarding employee disciplines.
  • Review of documentation to ensure compliance with Federal Medicare Reimbursement policies.
  • Monitor case managers to ensure compliance with regulatory standards.
  • Participated in clinical quarterly reviews to ensure compliance.
  • Uphold and ensure compliance to all company policies and procedures as well as the overall mission and values of the organization.
  • Orient and supervise home care staff to ensure compliance with federal, state and local regulations for all home care cases.
  • Assist in quality assurance chart reviews, assessing clinical and medical documentation to ensure compliance with regulation and program standards.
  • Aided in clinical record review and other activities to ensure compliance with State, CHAP, and Agency regulatory policies.
  • Review the complex and problematic coding that requires research and reference checking to ensure compliance with regulatory guidelines.
  • Monitored case managers and field staff to ensure compliance with regulatory standards and best practices in the field.
  • Supervised 60+ staff to ensure compliance with the Mission of Kelsey, Liaison for the providers and customers.
  • Composed, reviewed and followed up on IDPH and incident reports to ensure compliance to industry regulations.
  • Work in collaboration with Program director to ensure compliance with TJC, CMS and DQA regulations.
  • Develop standing order sets to be implemented on admission to ensure compliance with measured state monitoring.
  • Monitored staff's techniques in dispensing medications to ensure compliance and adherence to procedures and protocols.
  • Collaborate with vendors and suppliers of office equipment to ensure compliance with company policies and procedures.

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34. Staff Education

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Here's how Staff Education is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Abuse Prevention implementation per facility protocol including staff education/compliance and complete investigation process and VA reporting as necessary.
  • Contributed to organizational growth initiatives as active member of staff education and safety committees.
  • Staff education and development for care of memory and cognitively impaired residents.
  • Improved overall activities of daily living charting accuracy with staff education.
  • Conduct quality improvement initiatives and staff education to improve care quality.
  • Participated in Policy and Procedure development and staff Education activities.
  • Staff education as well as monitoring and conducting emergency management.
  • Staff education and monitoring of continuing education required annually.
  • Organized case conferences, and conducted staff educational in-services.
  • Provided staff education/orientation, staffing and documentation reviews.
  • Participated in preparing and presenting staff education in-services.
  • Staff education regarding disease management and wellness promotion.
  • Provide staff education regarding quality and outcome management.
  • Implemented and coordinated ongoing staff education program.
  • Provided continuous staff educations through various in-services.
  • Provide staff education and discipline when necessary.
  • Maintained staff education, discipline and orientation.
  • Initiate and participate in patient and staff education
  • Provide staff education and mentoring as needed
  • Complete staff education and annual evaluation.

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35. PT

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Here's how PT is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Provide education to staff regarding documentation within compliance standards, procedure performance, medication uses descriptions, side effects and interactions.
  • Evaluated staffing requirements, coordinated scheduling to provide optimal client acuity monitoring and adequate coverage of all units.
  • Audited chart documentation to ensure optimum patient care and provided feedback or additional training as needed.
  • Performed/trained staff on proper wound assessment & measurement process, dressing selection/ no conventional wound treatment options
  • Deliver exceptional patient and family relations; support ongoing business objectives for superior customer service.
  • Worked with diverse teams across multiple functions to facilitate operational processes and optimize service delivery.
  • Perform staffing duties and coordinate nurse-to-patient ratios so adequate care is rendered and uninterrupted.
  • Arranged transport of critically ill patients by ambulance or helicopter to appropriate facility.
  • Review of medication reports and medication cart to refill prescriptions or discontinue medications.
  • Collaborated with physicians and interdisciplinary team members to ensure residents received optimal care.
  • Created company policies/ procedures/ job descriptions for back office and clerical positions.
  • Followed aseptic procedures and provided care in accordance with universal precaution guidelines.
  • Provided education and instruction to facility personnel for medical transcription.
  • Evaluate and/or review evaluations utilizing job descriptions and competencies.
  • Provided medication education and phoning in prescriptions as directed.
  • Complete administrative forms and reports accurately and promptly.
  • Provided overall optimal quality of care for residents.
  • Review and supervise medication and prescription inventory.
  • Facilitate maximum patient care for optimum results.
  • Administer medication for withdrawal symptoms.

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36. Chart Audits

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Here's how Chart Audits is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Monitored budget and daily productivity, participated in policy and procedure updates, produced payroll, and conducted chart audits/review.
  • Fostered performance improvement by participating in Root Cause Analyses, conducting chart audits and implementing new nursing policy and procedure.
  • Participated in unit-based Quality Assurance Program; conducting/monitoring weekly chart audits, evaluated responses to nursing interventions.
  • Performed chart audits, processed admissions of residents, assessed residents, administered and documented medications.
  • Developed and implemented policies and procedures and conducted chart audits to facilitate quality care.
  • Chart Audits to ensure accurate documentation in accordance with State and federal regulations.
  • Participated in monthly chart audits and daily reviews of clinical documentation and orders.
  • Chart audits to assure proper Medicare and Medicaid documentation was completed.
  • Competed monthly chart audits, including analysis of data information.
  • Conducted chart audits for documentation and regulatory requirements.
  • Performed nightly chart audits and narcotics inventory.
  • Part-timeParticipated in chart audits for quality improvement.
  • Conducted chart audits according to Medicare/Medicaid guidelines.
  • Chart audits/reports for quality assurance.
  • Perform other duties as assigned such as staff orientation, chart audits, participation in care plan meetings and so on.
  • Deal with staffing issues as they arise, chart audits, discharges, admissions, medical emergencies on units.
  • Directed nursing staff with ongoing follow-up, made rounds, performed inspections, chart audits and spot checks.
  • Staff supervision and coordination, chart audits, security checks, computer monitoring, unit checks and stocking.
  • Chart audits and recommendations to Medical Director, DON and Executive Board to maintain compliance with government regulations.
  • Assist in quality assurance processes through chart audits, medication review and compliance to CMS regulations.

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37. Ancillary Staff

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Here's how Ancillary Staff is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Provided nursing care to psychiatric population; and provided supervision logs, evaluations and performance appraisals to ancillary staff.
  • Create and implement appropriate care plans for geriatric patient population in collaboration with medical and ancillary staff.
  • Evaluated ancillary staff performance and perform nurse supervisor role as well as quality improvement/quality assurance analysis.
  • Worked as a member of hospital administration and independently of all nursing/ancillary staff and units.
  • Provided leadership and supervision to overall nursing and ancillary staff during a designated shift.
  • Provided ongoing staff development and in- service education to clinical and ancillary staff.
  • Supervised and evaluated work activities of nursing and ancillary staff.
  • Supervised and assisted other ancillary staff as needed.
  • Supervised ancillary staff during weekend shifts.
  • Support, direct and manage 150 nurses and ancillary staff to provide high quality care on a 108 maternal bed unit.
  • Make nursing care assignments for nursing and ancillary staff; direct and guide them in providing optimal nursing care.
  • Supervised a staff of 55-60 individuals including RN's, LPN's, CNA's and other ancillary staff.
  • Worked closely with staff in open and closed units and supervised care given by nursing and ancillary staff.
  • Facilitated work flow by leading and delegating a team of nurses, certified nursing assistants and ancillary staff.
  • Supervised nursing and ancillary staff in a 5 star skilled nursing facility with a 60 patient capacity.
  • Worked closely with other PCP, ancillary staff and Care team to promote comprehensive care of residents.
  • Weekend House Supervisor: Supervised long-term care nursing and ancillary staff assuring coordination of patient care.
  • Directed nursing and ancillary staff in the clinical care and service of patients and their families.
  • Managed nurses and ancillary staff, maintaining flow in a 500 bed hospital between two campuses.
  • Work collaboratively with nursing and ancillary staff to solve problems in a fair, consistent manner.

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38. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Participated in emergency situations of non-responsive individuals by administering drugs, initiating CPR and documenting appropriate actions according to response guidelines.
  • Assisted with treatments and other nursing care when needed including insertion and removal of IV's, CPR/Codes, etc.
  • Provide CPR / AED and First Aid instruction to facility staff and provide staff education regarding medical conditions.
  • Acted as point of contact in emergent situations by successfully performing CPR on residents with developmental disabilities.
  • Verified that all employees' licenses, TB vaccinations, and CPR were up to date.
  • Participated in the development of policies and procedures, and provide CPR certification for Professional Rescuers.
  • Compiled and updated confidential patient charts, files, license, and CPR Compliance records.
  • Provide Hep-B series, TB screening and CPR training for office staff per OSHA requirements.
  • Direct staffs and perform CPR/AED in case of emergency and coordinate w/ Emergency Medical Response.
  • Provide staff education including BBP and CPR training to faculty and staff within school division.
  • Instructed staff on BLS CPR; conducted in-services twice per year on childhood diseases.
  • Provided AHA HCP CPR Training at SCCC, DOC headquarters and other DOC facilities.
  • Participated in orientation and education of clinical staff, including ACLS and BLS CPR.
  • Advance CPR and Administrative paper work, committees, and other duties as assigned
  • Acted as CPR/First Aid Instructor for federally funded Childcare facilities and Dept.
  • Participated on CPR Team, Trauma Team, and Nursing Management Council.
  • Represented Nursing Supervision on the CPR committee and facilitated mock codes.
  • Trained School personnel and school nurses in CPR and First Aid.
  • Assisted in interviewing staff for new positions, Maintained CPR certification.
  • Initiate life sustaining measures such as CPR in life threatening situation.

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39. Performance Reviews

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Here's how Performance Reviews is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Coached and developed registered nurses, updated using relevant information for policies and procedures, and completed annual performance reviews.
  • Contribute to performance planning and quarterly associate performance reviews.
  • Developed staff performance reviews and disciplinary actions as needed.
  • Executed annual Nursing performance reviews.
  • Completed performance reviews and documented their competence in infusion therapy and their proficiency in all areas of the care they provided.
  • Write and administer performance reviews and corrective actions, train employees on case specific skills, audit documentation and expense reports.
  • Conduct staff performance reviews, completed chart reviews, and assisted with quarterly audits for a census of 50+ patients.
  • Have received excellent performance reviews from supervisors, as well as positive feedback from the residents that I serve.
  • Complete timely employee performance reviews, including setting performance goals and motivating staff based on their strengths.
  • Provided oversight for hiring, training, coaching, performance reviews, and disciplinary actions.
  • Assisted with scheduling, employee performance reviews, and disciplinary counseling, when required.
  • Conducted performance reviews of nursing staff, ensuring quality and consistency of patient care.
  • Carry out CHHA supervisory visits, performance reviews, skills competency and disciplinary actions.
  • Ensured quality standards were maintained, performed annual and as needed performance reviews.
  • Collaborated with Director of Nursing to conduct performance reviews for nursing staff.
  • Ensured quality standards are maintained; perform annual and as-needed performance reviews.
  • Perform all HR related functions including time management and performance reviews.
  • Conduct performance reviews as well as counsel and discipline unit staff.
  • Performed new hire evaluations and current employee yearly performance reviews.
  • Provide staff performance reviews and provide employee counseling when required.

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40. Medical Staff

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Here's how Medical Staff is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Maintain communication between governing boards, medical staff and department heads by attending meetings and participating in facility review/accreditation requirements.
  • Facilitate effective communications between HCSO detention and medical staff on all required medical needs related to inmates.
  • Conducted formal performance appraisals and time off approval for 12 military medical technicians and civilian non-medical staff.
  • Reviewed patient activity, discussed individual treatment objectives and progress with clinical and medical staff.
  • Assessed and documented wound condition relaying pertinent information to medical staff when needed or requested.
  • Provided education regarding various medical topics to non-medical staff.
  • Maintained open communication with medical staff and hospital administration.
  • Worked collaboratively with medical staff and auxiliary personnel.
  • Address all staff concerns and provide support to medical staff in their job responsibilities to ensure proficient and safe patient care.
  • Coordinate the needs of physicians and acts as liaison between the nursing staff and medical staff by serving as a mediator.
  • Demonstrated superior skills in problem solving, critical thinking, and flexibility in serving a medical staff of over 25 members.
  • Promote communication among families, patients, hospital departments, and medical staff to optimize the interdependence of all team members.
  • Collaborated with medical staff and health professionals to maintain high quality patient care and advocated for residents' care and rights.
  • Supervised RN's and CNA's serving as a patient advocate, participating in treatment planning and assisting medical staff.
  • Advance directive: Provide education and training to medical staff; facilitate participant and family education and completion of AD.
  • Observe telemetry monitors; and monitor lab data, blood work, urinalysis and report critical data to medical staff.
  • Assisted medical staff with delegated duties, such as, quality control, autoclave sterilization, EKG and patient load.
  • Nurse Manager for 20 Medical staff members, Payroll, Request time off, education and training with the staff.
  • Worked closely with jail security to ensure the safety and health of each inmate and safety for medical staff.
  • Supervised medical staff, conducted monthly meetings, staff evaluations, training, interviews, and conflict management.

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41. LTC

low Demand
Here's how LTC is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Conducted audits as necessary to comply with LTC/Rehab nursing facility requirements.
  • Conduct patient supervisory visits in accordance with MLTC requirements.
  • Weekend Supervision of LTC/Rehab facility.
  • Coordinate and supervise Nursing Long Term/Restorative Health Care for 240 adult residents /clients (LTC, Vent Dependent, and Rehabilitation)
  • Worked on 9 different units all including: LTC, skilled, rehab, drug and alcohol, hospice, dementia.
  • Complete nursing management for a 600 bed facility including: LTC, rehabilitation, research, and acute care.
  • Developed and maintained large market share of referrals from multiple sources including MD, LTC facilities, and Hospitals.
  • Manage the nursing care of sub-acute and LTC residents with a wide range of elderly care and rehabilitation needs.
  • Supervised nursing staff of 5-6 Clinical Nursing Assistants and 2 LPN Medication Nurses in 42 bed Acute Rehab/LTCSNF.
  • Filled positions in various states more recently Maine for the last year in Skilled Facilities and LTC Facilities.
  • Completed a travel assignment position in a LTC/STR primarily Psychiatric Facility as either the Charge RN or RN Supervisor
  • Shift supervisor for operations and staffing on sub-acute rehabilitation unit and LTC in a 120 bed facility.
  • Provided Audits of treatments, appliances, general LTC facility protocol audits in preparation for annual reviews.
  • Managed 78 bed LTC Facility and provided supervision for greater than 50 direct care staff each weekend.
  • Work as a RN weekend supervisor as well as a charge nurse in a LTC/Skilled facility.
  • Supervised in LTC, delegate responsibilities to CNA's LPN's and oversee that are completed.
  • Provided on call coverage for LTC and group home facilities in need of RN/RN Supervisor coverage.
  • Worked every weekend as a house supervisor for a 130 bed skilled and LTC facility.
  • Adapted to work on various units, including acute care medical/surgical/telemetry, and LTC unit.
  • Use the nursing process to care for residents of LTC and short term rehabilitation units.

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42. Medical Care

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Here's how Medical Care is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Collaborated with Physicians in the development and implementation of medical care plans of treatment for individual residents.
  • Provided medical care and treatment for 80 mentally and physically handicapped individuals in a residential setting.
  • Coordinate patient care for Medicare/Medicaid eligible persons receiving medical care and treatment in their home.
  • Oversee medical care and continuity of specialized health consults for 30 developmentally disabled individuals.
  • Nurse supervisor for a team dedicated to providing primary medical care and management.
  • Intervened with appropriate emergency medical care as needed.
  • Performed client assessments and evaluated medical care.
  • Collaborated with clinic staff in providing counseling and medical care to program participants in order to attain and maintain health goals.
  • Assist with the coordination of on-site/off-site medical care with all other disciplines such as mental health, dental, and security.
  • Oversee and assure the highest medical care is provided to approximately 1700 inmates, to include to all levels of custody.
  • Collaborated with the resident's physician so medical care can be delivered in an accurate, safe and timely manner.
  • Manage and coordinate the medical care of up to 100 adults living in patient Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center.
  • Assessed acutely ill elders and determined the need for medical care, hospitalization, and transfer in life-threatening situations.
  • Provided women's health care, acute and comprehensive medical care to active duty soldiers and their family members.
  • Included coordinating medical care needs for offenders returning to DOC facilities with Inpatient Units from the hospital setting.
  • Supervised nursing department and all aspects of the nursing services and performed direct medical care of clients.
  • Monitor medical needs of clients, such as annual exams, and as needed medical care.
  • Worked closely with physician and mid-level providers to ensure quality medical care of all incoming inmates.
  • Intervene in psychiatric and medical crises; implement seclusion/quiet room, restraints and emergency medical care.
  • Performed medical care per physician orders for acute/chronic medical conditions, as well as post-surgery care.

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43. Drawing Blood

low Demand
Here's how Drawing Blood is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Assist nursing staff by removing PICC lines, inserting IV's, performing wound care and drawing blood.
  • Supervised the afternoon shift at nursing home, while hanging IVs, drawing blood and sometimes passing medication.
  • Started peripheral lines, administered IV fluids and provided PICC line care including drawing blood specimens.
  • Provided primary nursing care that included physical assessments, drawing blood samples, changing dressings and administering medications.
  • Skilled in performing nursing procedure like IV therapy, drawing blood, catheterization, enteral feedings, and wound care.
  • Care for inmates passing out meds, doing vital signs, drawing blood, giving shots,and small clinic procedures

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44. QA

low Demand
Here's how QA is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Participated in all QA activities including monthly record reviews along with completion and evaluation of quarterly reports.
  • Perform QA on all patient records for completeness and accuracy, ensuring the Professional Standards of Nursing Practice are maintained.
  • Trained new nursing staff, completed audits, prepared monthly reports, attended weekly medicare meetings and monthly QA meetings.
  • Analyzed team and individual statistics; prepared reports; devised and implemented incentive programs to improve stats while maintaining QA.
  • Collaborate with the clinical team to perform QA documentation review ensuring documentation is in compliance with current policies and procedures.
  • Performed QA/QI checks on staff clinical paperwork including OASIS, HHABN's, assessment paperwork, lab values etc.
  • Handle complaints from patients/family or nursing staff followed by disciplinary actions if needed, conducted QA and chart reviews.
  • Performed QA/QI functions for 120-bed skilled nursing center, leading facility to favorable state survey outcomes.
  • Collected QA data and presented power point performance improvement projects to the Board of Directors quarterly.
  • Assessed residents with psychotropic medications, monthly summaries, fall reports, and antibiotic QA monitoring.
  • Provide data and participate in surveys for court monitor, state, QA, and PSS.
  • Perform QA and audits on charts, admissions, labs, medications and report to Director.
  • Participated in QAPI monthly meeting and attended to Medical error reporting committee for the entire LMHS.
  • Assisted in preparation of QA and FDA audits of source documents and case report forms.
  • Participated in QA, in-servicing of staff, maintained all behavioral summaries for SNF unit.
  • Audit charts and report for performance improvement to QA committee and in-service staff on performance.
  • Assist Director of Nursing with staff meetings, evaluations, orientation and QA program.
  • Track and trend acquired pressure ulcer rate and present data at monthly QA meeting.
  • Team work to develop the documentation language approved for compliance with the NCQA accreditation.
  • Conducted QA evaluation for nursing staff on a quarterly base and provided constructive feedback.

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45. Jcaho

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Here's how Jcaho is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Oversee JCAHO compliance, Worker's Compensation coordination, OSHA reporting, and insurance utilization management initiatives within organization.
  • Assure regulatory compliance of unit including achieving and maintaining Hospital Medicare & JCAHO certification.
  • Performed quality assurance chart review in Medicare Certified and JCAHO accredited agency.
  • Access and update patients records including vitals, conditions, adverse reactions and, medications adhere to HIPAA and JCAHO requirements.
  • Worked to assure compliance with all JCAHO standards for the unit and to promote continuous improvement in patient care processes.
  • Prepare for governing agencies to come to the facility such as JCAHO, CMS, and Minnesota Department of Health.
  • Conducted education and in service to registered nurse and nursing assistance in compliance with JCAHO and other regulatory laws.
  • Participate in maintaining quality assurance measures and compliance with company policies, state, federal, and JCAHO regulations.
  • Ensured compliance with all regulatory and professional standards of care which includes JCAHO, CMS, and DOH.
  • Prepared for Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations (JCAHO) and state regulatory surveys.
  • Prepared for HIPAA and JCAHO reviews year-round by educating nursing staff on proper compliance measures.
  • Ensured patient care met established nursing care standards and the JCAHO National Patient Safety Goals.
  • Facilitated patients health progression through applying evidence based- research, OSHA, and JCAHO guidelines.
  • Restructured and streamlined private care processes to be awarded PA State and JCAHO accreditation.
  • Coordinated and prepared the Critical Care Department in the successful 1996 JCAHO survey.
  • Maintain acceptable standards of nursing care, based on JCAHO and AltaMed Standards.
  • Prepared staff and office environment for regulatory JCAHO and Department of Health inspections.
  • Maintain compliance with JCAHO through daily chart audits and re-education of staff.
  • Prepared for HIPAA and JCAHO reviews, ensuring required information was available.
  • Develop and communicate competency plans with successful JCAHO and DMH surveys.

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46. Incident Reports

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Here's how Incident Reports is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Review incident reports and follow-up for proper documentation of nursing assessment, intervention and notification to the responsible party and physician.
  • Assisted the Complex Manager in investigating incident reports/unusual occurrences thoroughly and reported significant findings to the Complex Manager.
  • Responded to emergencies and crisis situations effectively; assisted in completing accident/incident reports and appropriate documentation as necessary.
  • Manage and document incident reports, admissions/discharges, pharmaceutical inventory, and staff scheduling.
  • Completed incident reports and provided adequate documentation and follow up in medical record.
  • Investigated incident reports and accurately documented the data and my conclusion.
  • Investigate and followup on accidents/Incident reports, medication errors or omission.
  • Prepare incident reports and documentation for new assessments for management.
  • Assessed patients when illnesses/injuries occurred and completed incident reports.
  • Completed incident reports and completed safety interventions.
  • Managed incident reports and supporting documentation.
  • Screen and investigate all accident/incident reports.
  • Received and investigated incident reports.
  • Investigated and evaluated incident reports.
  • Complete accident/incident reports as necessary.
  • Render emergency care as needed, report to supervisor, submit complete, accurate, and timely incident reports as necessary.
  • Reviewed and respond to all health related incident reports, administrative concerns, and abuse / neglect allegations and investigative findings.
  • Scheduled evaluations, monitored incident reports, wrote Social Service Referrals, and completed end of shift reports.
  • Complete reports in a timely and correct manner such as incident reports, follow plan of care.
  • Assist Charge Nurse in completion of accident/incident reports as necessary as well as in transfer/admission of residents.

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47. TPN

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Here's how TPN is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Traveled to locations throughout the region to admit patients to home for IV Therapy, TPN, Chemotherapy, Pain Management.
  • Have experience in CADD pumps, Straight Catheters, Peritoneal dialysis, CPM machines, hanging IV's and TPN.
  • Administer IV hydration, IV-ATB, TPN, GTF's, medications and treatments according to doctors' orders.
  • Administer IV fluids, TPN's, medications, and antibiotics and observe for adverse reactions and side effects.
  • Administered Intravenous fluids, TPN, Lipids, and medications and managed Peripheral IV lines and Central lines.
  • Monitor and care of patients utilizing IV therapy, TPN, Peg/NG tubes, and internal/external catheters.
  • Experienced in administering medications, hanging IV medications, tube feedings, TPN and administering insulin.
  • Performed nursing care such as IVs, TPN, Blood pressures, sample collection as needed.
  • Administer IV medications, Administer TPN, G-tube medications and G-tube feeding and flushing.
  • Administered IV fluids/antibiotics, TPN, and provided PICC line maintenance.
  • Prepare and administer all IV medications, hydration and TPN.
  • Administered intravenous and TPN therapies to patients daily.
  • Infused TPN, tube feedings, IV fluids, and IV antibiotics.
  • Operated CADD-TPN, CADD-PCA, CADD-Micro and CADD-Plus pumps.
  • Administer IV hydration, ATB's, and TPN.
  • Administer TPN and do line draws off PICC lines.
  • Administer medications according to policy/procedures including IV administration, TPN, and gastrostomy feeding.
  • Assist staff Nurses on the floor in assessing patient with Trache, TPN Infusion, IV Therapy and Wound Vac.
  • Care for patients on TPN, IV antibiotics and also cared for patients with tracheostomy and wound vac.
  • Administer IV medications, TPN, wound care, Trach care, and blood drawn for laboratory analysis.

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48. Disciplinary Actions

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Here's how Disciplinary Actions is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Perform duties: personnel management, activities related to educations, evaluation of staff performance review and enforce progressive disciplinary actions.
  • Participate in employee performance evaluations and disciplinary actions as required or requested by the Director of Nursing.
  • Provide educational support to staff, evaluate job performance and initiate disciplinary actions as appropriate.
  • Prepare employee performance evaluations, provide feedback and coaching and disciplinary actions when necessary.
  • Advised Head Nurses and Section Supervisors of disciplinary actions or other personnel/administrative issues noted.
  • Supervised employees including selection, termination, training, performance counseling and disciplinary actions.
  • Complete staff auditing, and educate and/or deliver disciplinary actions as required.
  • Participate in the interviewing process and implement disciplinary actions when required.
  • Assist unit manager with evaluations and disciplinary actions if needed.
  • Conduct performance evaluations of employees and administered disciplinary actions.
  • Evaluate staff performance and implement disciplinary actions if needed.
  • Perform administrative tasks such as charting and disciplinary actions.
  • Associate evaluations, counseling and disciplinary actions as needed.
  • Initiated disciplinary actions as directed per my supervisor.
  • Practiced disciplinary actions in accordance with NLB guidelines.
  • Conduct staff evaluations, initiate staff disciplinary actions.
  • Recommended disciplinary actions to Director of Nursing.
  • Recommend and implement disciplinary actions when needed.
  • Participated in disciplinary actions of staff.
  • Staff management and initiates disciplinary actions.

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49. Independent Living

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Here's how Independent Living is used in Registered Nurse Supervisor jobs:
  • Respond to emergency medical concerns of residents in assisted and independent living units as needed.
  • Coordinated care for Independent Living Community residents and responded to emergency care needs.
  • Provided emergency care for Assisted and Independent living residents.
  • Prepared initial and periodic revisions of independent living plans.
  • Managed clinical decision making for 72-bed long-term care, 45-bed assisted living, and 125 independent living homes in community.
  • Educate and administer medications as prescribed, respond to emergency house calls on 60 acre independent living homes.
  • Assist with the assessments of new residents moving from the Independent Living or Acute Care settings.
  • 50-bed SNF, skilled nursing, assisted and independent living section.
  • Respond to and provide care to independent living residents.
  • House calls when needed to the independent living areas.
  • Respond to emergencies in assisted living and independent living.
  • Skilled Nursing, Assisted Living and Independent Living Facilities.
  • Serve as a clinical resource for independent living residents.
  • Responded to medical emergencies in assisted living and independent living areas of thecommunity.
  • Provided training to clients in regards to independent living, medical diagnosis, psychiatric diagnosis, and becoming self medicating.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Registered Nurse Supervisor

Patient Care17%
RN10.7%
Direct Supervision9%
IV8.1%
CNA8.1%
LPN8.1%
Charge Nurse4.9%
Emergency Situations4.8%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Registered Nurse Supervisor

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Patient Care
Patient Care
13.2%
13.2%
2
2
RN
RN
8.3%
8.3%
3
3
Direct Supervision
Direct Supervision
7%
7%
4
4
IV
IV
6.3%
6.3%
5
5
CNA
CNA
6.3%
6.3%
6
6
LPN
LPN
6.3%
6.3%
7
7
Charge Nurse
Charge Nurse
3.8%
3.8%
8
8
Emergency Situations
Emergency Situations
3.7%
3.7%
9
9
Staff Members
Staff Members
3.4%
3.4%
10
10
Health Care
Health Care
3%
3%
11
11
Rehab
Rehab
2%
2%
12
12
Infection Control
Infection Control
1.9%
1.9%
13
13
Treatment Plans
Treatment Plans
1.8%
1.8%
14
14
Resident Care
Resident Care
1.7%
1.7%
15
15
Triage
Triage
1.7%
1.7%
16
16
Medication Management
Medication Management
1.6%
1.6%
17
17
MDS
MDS
1.5%
1.5%
18
18
Vital Signs
Vital Signs
1.5%
1.5%
19
19
Physician Orders
Physician Orders
1.4%
1.4%
20
20
Picc
Picc
1.3%
1.3%
21
21
Hospice
Hospice
1.3%
1.3%
22
22
DON
DON
1.3%
1.3%
23
23
Dementia
Dementia
1.1%
1.1%
24
24
Customer Service
Customer Service
1%
1%
25
25
LVN
LVN
1%
1%
26
26
Medical Records
Medical Records
0.9%
0.9%
27
27
Clinical Staff
Clinical Staff
0.9%
0.9%
28
28
Bed Facility
Bed Facility
0.9%
0.9%
29
29
Alzheimer
Alzheimer
0.9%
0.9%
30
30
ICU
ICU
0.9%
0.9%
31
31
State Regulations
State Regulations
0.8%
0.8%
32
32
Medication Administration
Medication Administration
0.8%
0.8%
33
33
Ensure Compliance
Ensure Compliance
0.8%
0.8%
34
34
Staff Education
Staff Education
0.8%
0.8%
35
35
PT
PT
0.8%
0.8%
36
36
Chart Audits
Chart Audits
0.8%
0.8%
37
37
Ancillary Staff
Ancillary Staff
0.7%
0.7%
38
38
CPR
CPR
0.7%
0.7%
39
39
Performance Reviews
Performance Reviews
0.6%
0.6%
40
40
Medical Staff
Medical Staff
0.6%
0.6%
41
41
LTC
LTC
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
Medical Care
Medical Care
0.6%
0.6%
43
43
Drawing Blood
Drawing Blood
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
QA
QA
0.5%
0.5%
45
45
Jcaho
Jcaho
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
Incident Reports
Incident Reports
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
TPN
TPN
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
Disciplinary Actions
Disciplinary Actions
0.5%
0.5%
49
49
Independent Living
Independent Living
0.5%
0.5%

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