It is an uncomfortable feeling (and also discouraging) to not be able to write a resume at the first try, simply because you haven’t written one before. The fact that our first resume needs to be absolutely flawless, makes it even more difficult to write one. But difficulty of the task is no reason to feel discouraged. What you need to do is be absolutely prepared before resume writing. By preparation, we mean that you must possess all the information about the requirements that a prospective employer is looking for and how to place it effectively in your resume.
Find that tough? No biggie at all! Research is only difficult if you do not know where to look. So it is your research skills that you have to concentrate on (foremost) before the actual resume writing. The company’s business profile on its website and information derived from Facebook posts are sufficient to provide you with a good stash of data on what the company is actually looking for in an employee. The careers section – particularly the job posting for which you are applying – will also be great help as it will give you a keywords to use in your resume for respiratory therapist position.
3 Deerrun Lane ● Harvey, LA 58700 ● (000) 121-4745 ● chrisgar @email .com
Summary: Thorough grasp on respiratory therapy procedures aimed at delivering competent, skilled care to patients with lung diseases and other problems of the respiratory nature.
• Skilled in providing quality care by conducting pulmonary function tests and accurately assessing and interpreting test results
• Deep insight into assisting patients in accomplishing devised treatment plans by efficiently administering inhalers and providing support in operating mechanical ventilators
• Qualified to diagnosing lung and breathing disorders and recommending correlating treatment plans
• Competent at educating both patients and their families about lung diseases, targeting at maximized recovery
HARVEY MEDICAL SCHOOL, Harvey, LA – 2015
Associate Degree in Respiratory Therapy
Medical Terminology Anatomy & Physiology ~ Microbiology ~ Patient Assessment ~ Cardiopulmonary Diagnostics ~ Respiratory Therapeutics ~ Pulmonary Rehabilitation & Wellness ~ Critical Care Techniques ~ Emergency Care ~ Respiratory Perinatology
SKILLS & KNOWLEDGE
|Chronic Breathing Illnesses||Ventilator Operations||Remediation|
|Cardiopulmonary Dysfunction||Artificial Airway Devices||Resuscitation|
|Patient Education||Therapeutic Administration||Response Monitoring|
Certified by the National Board for Respiratory Care (NBR) – 2015
CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL, Harvey, LA (6/2015 to 12/2015)
Lab Tech Aide
• Performed oxygen delivery activities and maintained knowledge of related equipment
• Set up and monitored mechanical ventilators and assisted with airway management and tracheal suctioning
• Handled arterial punctures to obtain blood samples for testing purposes
• Performed EKGs and typed correlating reports and ensured that they were properly field
• Managed care and maintenance of all ventilation equipment and ensured that they were safely stored when not in use
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