No matter what technology you use in a resume (fonts, colors, graphics or photographs), what eventually does impress the employer is the relevance of information in it.
This is not to insinuate the technology has no role in a resume – the fact that technology should be used in sync with relevant content is what is being stressed upon here.
Practice Nurse resumes needs to be detailed, yet concise.
See the sample below to get a better idea.
20 Cottonwood Park Road ● Wheatland, WY 11023 ● (000) 855-2142 ● dianeg @ email . com
Dedicated, helpful and compassionate individual skilled in identifying patient care requirements by establishing personal rapport with patients. Highly experienced in providing direct care to ensure patients’ health and wellbeing.
• Documented success in establishing compassionate clinical environments by providing emotional, psychological and spiritual support to patients and families.
• First-hand experience in instituting patient care goals to promote each individual patient’s independence.
• Proven ability to perform nursing operations particular to different age groups including pediatric, geriatric and adult patients.
• Focused on delivering patient care in accordance to each patient’s individual requirements and care plan.
NURSING SKILLS & COMPETENCIES
|• Family Planning||• Health Plan Creation||• Wound Treatment|
|• Patient Education||• Diabetes Management||• Patient Scheduling|
|• Sample Collection||• Family Support||• Emotional Guidance|
|• Health Promotion||• Patient Triaging||• Immunizations|
|• Contraception||• Asthma Monitoring||• Cervical Cytology|
• Reduced teenage pregnancies within the community by 50% by providing detailed information to teenagers about contraception through seminars.
• Created a series of “general” health plans for diabetes and hypertension patients, making it easy to tweak them to individual patient’s specific needs.
• Led a team of nursing professionals to immunize community members against re-occurring diseases such as German Pox and Meningitis.
• Implemented a dynamic patient scheduling plan which reduced problems associated with timely follow-up.
CARE PLUS, Wheatland, WY | 8/2012 – Present
• Develop and implement nursing care plans to meet the individual needs of individual patients.
• Review implemented nursing care plans to determine need for changes or additions.
• Provide healthcare instruction and guidance to patients and families to ensure proper management of their healthcare needs.
• Administer medication both orally, intra-muscularly and intra-veinously by first determining type of medication and what the patient’s healthcare plan dictates.
• Provide direct nursing care by assessing patients and determining their illnesses and diseases.
CITY HEALTHCARE, Wheatland, WY | 6/2007 – 8/2012
• Promoted care for patients with chronic problems such as SLE, MS and MG.
• Handled immunizations for all age groups including, pediatric, adult and geriatric patients.
• Provided education to patients and their families on handling in-home care and self-medication.
• Observed patients to determine signs of distress or discomfort and alert doctors immediately.
THE DIAGNOSTIC CLINIC, Wheatland, WY | 2/2005 – 6/2007
• Scheduled appointments and handled patient follow-up procedures.
• Assisted in assessing patients by taking and recording vitals such as blood pressure and pulse.
• Administered oral medication according to patients’ designated care plans.
• Monitored patients to determine signs of deterioration or improvement and provided feedback to doctors.
• Ascertained that all patient areas are kept clean and sanitized to ward of chances of infection and diseases.
EDUCATION & CERTIFICATION
Advanced Practice Nurse | State of Wyoming | 2005
Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing | 2004
City Technical College, Wheatland, WY
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