Nurse Case Manager resume service

  1. Hello everyone.... Please recommend a nurse resume service. I understand that some view this as an unnecessary service. However, writing is not my strength and I need a resume and cover letter quickly.

    There is a section here on Allnurses for resume service, but it is not active at all. I'm already a utilization review nurse looking to move on. Therefore, I wanted to know if there are any recommendations here (case management forum)since we are nonclinical nurses. The nurse resume services I googled so far seem to emphasize clinical positions..... Thanks
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  3. by   SummerGarden
    I do not have any recommendations, but you may want to consider those resume services. Reason being, most employers I know consider us "clinical" and providers of "direct patient care" because we are RNs and we actively influence the medical model of care for our patients and we understand the nursing model of care within health care settings... not to mention, most of us have a case load of live patients. Thus, we are clinical even if we may not be working by the bedside as CMs.
  4. by   nuberianne_RN
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    I do not have any recommendations, but you may want to consider those resume services. Reason being, most employers I know consider us "clinical" and providers of "direct patient care" because we are RNs and we actively influence the medical model of care for our patients and we understand the nursing model of care within health care settings... not to mention, most of us have a case load of live patients. Thus, we are clinical even if we may not be working by the bedside as CMs.
    Thank you so much for your response. I would like to clarify my statement because I must have given the wrong impression. At the facility where I work utilization review nurses are considered to be non-clinical because we do not provide patient care at the bedside. In other words, we do not pass meds, give bed baths, provide wound care, or interact at all with patients. The exception of course would be to issue a CC44 to a Medicare client once or twice a month. Ninety-nine percent of my job is done at my desk on a daily basis. I am seeking a service that is familiar with my type of job because so far the only ones I've seen have described working at the bedside.
  5. by   SummerGarden
    What type of job are you trying to get? If it is another CM position, then talk to the services that assist business like people with finding another position.

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