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This is a discussion on Please review my resume in Nursing Resume Help, part of Nursing Career Advice ... ObjectiveSeeking full time employment as a RN in an acute care setting. ExperienceAugust 2008 -...by hnh573 Mar 25, '12Objective
Seeking full time employment as a RN in an acute care setting.
August 2008 - December 2009
- employed as LVN on renal unit as staff nurse. Competent in medication administration, computer charting, and direct patient care.
- employed as LVN as contract nurse to local rural hospitals on medical/surgical units.
- employed as RN in a dialysis care center. Supervised patient care technicians in dialysis administration, administered medications per Rx, administration of dialysis to perm-cath patients per protocol. Proficient in pt. care planning.
- Employed as RN in adolescent inpatient acute psychiatric hospital. Supervised Mental Health associates in the care of adolescent and children psychiatric patients, administered medications per MD orders. Created system to ensure efficiency of treatment team completion and pt labs. Efficient in de-escalation techniques and therapeutic communication.
xxxxxxxx College 2009-2010
Graduated ADN program with honors.
xxxxxxxx College 2006-2008
Qualified in prudent nursing care, medication administration, dialysis administration, nursing assessment, computer skills, psychiatric care, and willing to learn and expand any skills not yet acquired
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- Mar 25, '12 by SurrenderDorothyI would put your employment in reverse chronological order, meaning most recent first.
- Mar 25, '12 by hnh573Thanks! Do you think it is too scarce or does it pretty much get the point across?
- Mar 26, '12 by lpnshortygurlI would add a little more.. You can use Word and they have templates that actually make it really easy to put together a great looking resume. It looks a little bare with just the job info.. Good Luck!
- Mar 26, '12 by RNewbieTemplates are very helpful. You might want to add licenses, certifications/courses, and any volunteer work experience. Take a look at some example nursing resumes. I've seen a lot of good ones out there. Good luck.