Nursing Resume

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Nursing resume examplesWhat is a nursing resume?
Nursing has always been one of the most highly regarded and best paying professions anywhere. And as with all professions, you have a better chance of getting a head start in the field if you have a high- quality resume to show for all the efforts you made in pursuit of the career which you are seeking. This article will show you some nursing resume samples to give you an idea about what to include and what not to include.

Nursing Resume Samples

Michelle Winters
1283 Market Street, San Francisco CA 94103
(C) 415-555-5555 (E)
Compassionate Registered Nurse with 3+ years experience in clinical settings providing pediatric nursing care .
l Licensed RN in California
l Policy and program development
l Patient- and family – focused
l Strong clinical judgment
l Bilingual (Spanish)
l Patient newborn educat ion
l Procedure development and implementation
l Culturally competent care

09/ 2007 – Current CPMC (California Pacific Medical Center) San Francisco, CA RN, Pediatrics
l Managed care for children and infants with wide variety of diagnoses such as diabetes and cerebral palsy.
l Developed patient care plans, including assessments, evaluations, and nursing diagnoses.
l Instructed patients and family members on proper discharge care.
l Made appropriate interventions by reading and interpreting fetal heart monitors.

09/ 2006 – 07/ 2007 Mount Sinai Hospital New York, NY
Nursing Student, Pediatric rotation
l Performed basic physical assessments of newborns and infants.
l Assessed pediatric patients and documented patient histories.
l Ensured efficacy of treatments through monitoring of treatment regimens.
l Documented all elements of nursing assessment, treatments, medications, discharge instructions, and follow- up care.
l Provided patient/ family education on topics including basic nutrition, care needs, and pain management.

2007 Columbia University, School of Nursing, New York, NY
Bachelor of Science
l GPA: 3.93/ 4.00
l Merit Scholarship Award recipient
l 224- hour leadership practicum in Pediatrics.
l 112 hours in each of the following rotations: Labor and Delivery/ Postpartum, Emergency, Adult Medical/ Surgical Nursing, Psychiatry, Community Health Nursing, Geriatrics.

l California Registered Nurse— active
l Basic Life Support for healthcare providers
l Pediatric Advanced Life Support

Community Involvement
l Volunteer, Blood Centers of the Pacific (2008- current)
l Leukemia Society, volunteer (2007- current)
l Youth Educator (2006)

RN CA, BLS, PALS, CPR, vitals, immunizations, injections, routine exams, infection control, compliance, patient health data, passing medication, cultures.

What makes a nursing student resume good?
As you can see, any relevant information about your past should be included. This includes what nursing classes you took, what grades you received in those classes, and the degree(s) you received. Other information that should be provided includes your certifications, and any work— paid or volunteer— that you have done that would qualify you for the job.

With such a good- looking resume, you will be able to get a job almost anywhere you apply.

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