Clinical Nurse Leader Resume Samples

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Experience Experience
01/2016 present
Los Angeles, CA
Clinical Nurse Leader
Los Angeles, CA
Clinical Nurse Leader
01/2016 present
Los Angeles, CA
Clinical Nurse Leader
01/2016 present
  • Provides hands on nursing support and provides coaching, mentoring and education for department nursing team
  • Facilitates planning, implementation, development and evaluation of nursing initiatives and objectives for the unit and organization
  • Facilitates planning, implementation, development, and evaluation of nursing programs, initiatives and objectives for the unit
  • Identifies and resolves issues affecting delivery of patient care services in a unit
  • Medication Administration & Reporting.Administer medication and give/receive relevant reports, both written and verbal
  • Documentation. Ensure concise, pertinent and complete patient care documentation using computerized medical record process
  • Generous retirement benefits including a pension plan
07/2008 07/2015
Philadelphia, PA
Clinical Nurse Leader
Philadelphia, PA
Clinical Nurse Leader
07/2008 07/2015
Philadelphia, PA
Clinical Nurse Leader
07/2008 07/2015
  • Reflects ANA Scope and Standards of Nursing Practice (2015), ANA Code of Ethics (2015), and ANA Social Policy Statement (2015)
  • Excellent problem solving abilities
  • Graduate from a Masters program in nursing with an AACN approved CNL curriculum
  • Competitive differential rates
  • Will coach, mentor and evaluate the orientation of staff nurses and the documentation of the EMR
  • Currently licensed to practice as a Registered Professional Nurse in New York State
  • Clinical expert in CERNER navigation
Education Education
Master’s Degree in Nursing
Master’s Degree in Nursing
Towson University
Master’s Degree in Nursing
Skills Skills
  • Flexibility/Adaptability- Ability to adapt willingly to changing work demands and work environment
  • Exemplifies a strong, positive attitude toward internal and external customers and continuous service improvement
  • Currently licensed to practice as a Registered Professional Nurse in New York State
  • Uses quality improvement methodologies including but not limited to: LEAN, PDCA, FMEA, RCA to evaluate system failures and patient safety practices
  • Current Illinois Registered Professional Nurse license
  • Excellent conflict resolution skills using diplomacy, tact and listening skills
  • Identifies gaps in current available data and develops plan to collect, interpret, analyze, and use data to improve outcomes
  • Ability to lead, mentor, coach and develop staff
  • Excellent problem solving abilities
  • Communication- Ability to communicate effectively using timely verbal, non-verbal and written communication
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6 Clinical Nurse Leader resume templates

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Clinical Nurse Leader Resume Examples & Samples

  • Performs or oversees the collection of holistic assessment and the development and implementation of a plan of care
  • Carries a caseload of patients within their microsystem
  • Oversees the management of patient care
  • Trouble shoots complex problems in patient care, documents findings and progress in patient record
  • Provides briefings to new care providers and reviews pertinent information for care across continuum
  • Reviews all patient information, including lab & other test results and progress notes in patient health record daily
  • Develops a partnership with care providers and patient/family and ensures that patient goals are set with patient and patient�s family involvement
  • Provides or oversees the education of the patient and family to understand illness and self-care concepts
  • Utilizes information technology to obtain evidence-based practices and the latest research to provide current best practice information to care providers on the unit
  • Develops and utilizes tools available to effectively evaluate, summarize and communicate patient�s progress toward outcomes to members of the healthcare team, patient, and family
  • Reviews available data on nurse sensitive outcomes and incident reports for the unit/cohort to compare to system wide and national data. Seeks opportunities to make improvements to reduce risk
  • Works with team members, other leaders and physicians to develop and trend performance improvement indicators based on national standards and best practices
  • On a daily basis delegates, supervises and evaluates the nursing care given by others while retaining accountability for the quality of care given to the patients
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Clinical Nurse Leader Resume Examples & Samples

  • Interprets data from all health team members and integrates it into written assessment and formulates a nursing diagnosis based on available assessment data
  • Planning- Develops and modifies plan to attain expected goals/outcomes that is consistent with interdisciplinary plan of care and patient/family goals. Demonstrates respect, courtesy, understanding and tolerance while accomplishing shared goals
  • Communicates plan to patient and family and seeks input related to goal attainment
  • Implementation/Evaluation – Implements interventions consistent with the established plan of care, interdisciplinary treatment plan, and available resources and evaluates progress toward goal attainment modifying the plan of care as indicated
  • Implements interdisciplinary treatment activities and evaluates patient level of performance and outcomes
  • Partners with interdisciplinary team to address complex patient/family goals and collaborates with Allied Health staff on interventions to improve performance and outcomes
  • Provides comprehensive nursing care for assigned patients by maintaining a current care plan and adjusting it to the patient's changing needs. Nursing care includes performing specializing treatments, administering prescribed medications, delegating duties to appropriate persons and coordinating patient care with other departments
  • Collects and reports pertinent physiological, psychological, and functional data based on patient plan of care or patient need
  • Documents medication, administration, functional care, intake and output, vital signs and other measure in RICIS or utilizes downtime procedures
  • Assumes accountability for orienting patient/family to RIC, and identifying/evaluating high risk home discharges and coordinates follow-up phone calls
  • Reviews and critiques care plans for patients on the unit and works with staff to customize interventions to attain patient family goals and reduce the risk of complications during the rehabilitation stay
  • Identifies and develops plan to address learning needs of patients and families by providing accurate information regarding care during hospitalization including expected outcomes, home care instructions and referrals to appropriate health agencies and resources
  • Perform all other duties that may be assigned in the best interest of RIC
  • Minimum education requirement of a Master’s of Science degree (or equivalent) from an accredited nursing program
  • Current Illinois Registered Professional Nurse license
  • National certification as Clinical Nurse Leader, or completion of CNL within one year, and ongoing maintenance of Clinical Nurse Leader national certification/annual continuing education requirements
  • Current CPR certification
  • Two years relevant nursing experience preferred
  • Demonstrated track record of success in leadership roles and initiatives
  • Exceptional organization, communication and interpersonal skills
  • Excellent problem solving abilities
  • Communication- Ability to communicate effectively using timely verbal, non-verbal and written communication
  • Accountability- Ability to proactively take ownership of serving the customer, team, and organization, of achieving goals and of resolving problems. Ability to consistently do whatever it takes to ensure individual, departmental/team and organizational excellence
  • Flexibility/Adaptability- Ability to adapt willingly to changing work demands and work environment
  • Judgment/Problem Solving- Demonstrated critical thinking skills and ability to make sound judgments and to monitor and respond to patient needs or changes in condition
  • Customer Service- Ability to anticipate, assess, and address the needs of patients, internal and external customers to positively influence the patient/customer experience (directly and indirectly)
  • Ability to transfer and position patients consistent with lifting 30 lbs
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Clinical Nurse Leader Resume Examples & Samples

  • Advanced critical thinking skills
  • Ability to identify improvement in clinical operations and implement change and willingness to challenge established ways of doing things in a constructive way
  • Ability to lead, mentor, coach and develop staff
  • Exemplifies a strong, positive attitude toward internal and external customers and continuous service improvement
  • Excellent conflict resolution skills using diplomacy, tact and listening skills
  • Adept at using technology as a tool to support education
  • Uses quality improvement methodologies including but not limited to: LEAN, PDCA, FMEA, RCA to evaluate system failures and patient safety practices
  • Skilled at delegation, supervision and evaluation of care given
  • Certifications required per assigned area
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Clinical Nurse Leader Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide direct clinical support and ongoing educational needs to assigned clinical areas
  • Will coach, mentor and evaluate the orientation of staff nurses and the documentation of the EMR
  • Must be able to function independently and assist in clinical emergencies as needed
  • Excellent assessment and organizational skills, with ability to be flexible based on clinical priorities and the needs of patients
  • Work effectively with members of the interdisciplinary team to collaborative and meet the needs of patients
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Clinical Nurse Leader Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provides leadership in the application of the nursing process to client care and organizational processes and/or systems to improve outcomes at the unit or service level
  • Initiates interdisciplinary projects to improve organizational performance
  • Leads research and other evident-based endeavors or activities to improve patient care
  • Utilizes professional standards of care and practice to evaluate unit programs and/or services
  • Maintains population/unit level metrics and dashboards; uses metrics with work team to identify areas of opportunity and facilitates process and patient outcome improvements
  • Develops and utilizes tools available to effectively evaluate, summarize and communicate patient’s progress toward outcomes to members of the healthcare team and patient and family; ensures effective communication and flow of information to all appropriate care providers by obtaining appropriate comprehensive patient story and transmitting that effectively to care providers
  • Ensures delivery of care to individuals across the lifespan with a particular emphasis on health promotion and risk reduction services, utilizing the best available evidence
  • Implements educational plans to meet changing programs or service needs for self and others, and maintains knowledge of current techniques, trends, and professional issues
  • Provides leadership in identifying and addressing ethical issues that impact patient and staff, including initiating and participating in ethics consultations as needed
  • Minimum of three years of staff nursing experience required
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Clinical Nurse Leader Resume Examples & Samples

  • Masters degree required
  • Clinical Nurse Leader certification required
  • 3-5 years clinical experience required in area of expertise prior to Masters prepared education
  • Skillful communicator, problem solving, systems analysis, financial expertise, evidence based practice and research
  • Graduate from a Masters program in nursing with an AACN approved CNL curriculum
  • Experience as registered nurse, knowledge base from CNL academic program
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Clinical Nurse Leader Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provides hands on nursing support and provides coaching, mentoring and education for department nursing team
  • Catalyst for improving the quality and safety of patients and work at the point of care delivery to transfer knowledge and patient outcome management to the nursing care team
  • Facilitates planning, implementation, development and evaluation of nursing initiatives and objectives for the unit and organization
  • Demonstrates fiscal responsibility and is a steward of organizational resources
  • In a leadership role, serves as a liaison between the manager, staff and other areas within the organization. Identifies and resolves issues affecting delivery of care services
  • Works with team members, other leaders to develop and trend performance improvement indicators based on national standards and evidence based practices
  • Other Duties as assigned
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Clinical Nurse Leader Resume Examples & Samples

  • Patient Satisfaction.Solicit and respond to patient feedback to improve service and processes that will enhance the patient experience
  • Medication Administration & Reporting.Administer medication and give/receive relevant reports, both written and verbal
  • Documentation. Ensure concise, pertinent and complete patient care documentation using computerized medical record process
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Clinical Nurse Leader Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assessment & Planning.Complete initial and ongoing assessments; Communicates assessment data and patient needs to other healthcare providers, monitors patient response to dialysis, prepares care plans, education and treatment interventions as well as document outcomes of care
  • Implementation & Evaluation.Demonstrate an ability to provide care in a professional manner by establishing and maintaining nurse-patient relationships; evaluate and revise plan of care based on current assessment data
  • Leadership & Education.Assume responsibility and accountability for leadership role on the unit care team; initiate and document education plan for the patient/family based on identified learning needs