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  • 1 WCU BSN Final Portfolio Adian Ladron de Guevara Perez West Coast University: Online NIURS 497: Capstone Professor Daniele Jaramillo January 16, 2022 2 Table of Contents Professional Cover Letter……………………………………………………..3 Professional Resume…………………………………………………………..4 Professional References ………………………………………………………7 Letter of Recommendation..…………………………………………………….9 Long-Term and Short-Term SMART Goals………………………………….10 Essentials I-IX Summary Paper ………………………………………………10 Personal Nursing Philosophy…………………………………………………16 Sigma Theta Tau Nurse Manager Certificate …………………………………17 Other Certificates …………………………………………………………….18 Reference Page ……………………………………………………………… 20 3 Professional Cover Letter Adian Ladron de Guevara Perez Miami, FL 33126 – (786) 438-8802 – December 14, 2022 Recipient First Last Company Name Miami, Fl 33126 123-456-7890 email; RE: Certified Research Coordinator Dear Hiring Manager, I am an experienced Certified Research Coordinator seeking an opportunity at your company. I have a strong track record and am looking forward to bringing my skills and abilities to the team. I am an experienced Certified Research Coordinator with demonstrated skills in quality control, project management and data analysis. I am a dependable asset to the team, always punctual and determined to get the job done. I never waiver in my contribution to my team as I am always ready to help out my co-workers to achieve the end result. I am a quick study with a dedication to keep learning and improving on what I know. Being highly organized and detail-oriented makes it easier to manage my own time for the success of the team. 4 I would greatly appreciate your review of my enclosed resume and outlined credentials. I believe that I can be a valuable addition to your company and your business goals. At your convenience, I am available for an interview or further discussion. I look forward to your response. Sincerely, Adian Ladron de Guevara Perez Professional Resume Adian Ladron de Guevara Perez 63 NW 74th Avenue, Miami, Florida, 33126, US (786) 438-8802 Professional Summary Seeking to acquire a full-time position in a clinical or hospital research setting. As a Certified Research Coordinator who is skilled at extracting clinical values and abstract data from source documents.Team performance can be improved by using innovative management techniques and providing resources to help people succeed. Highly experienced with multiple pharmaceutical Research trials as Study Coordinator. Bilingual dedicated Registered Nurse and Foreign Medical Doctor with several years’ experience in healthcare management. Skills • RN License (Pending NCLEX) • Certified Medical Assistant • CPR/BLS Certified • Foreign Medical Doctor • Certified Phlembotomist • Public speaking 5 • Relationship development • Organization • Data analysis • Bilingual: English and Spanish • Project management • Strong Critical Thinking Skills • Operational improvement • Highly Adaptable Education Nursing – Bachelor of Science – 2023 West Coast University – Doral, FL Member of the Student Nurses Association GPA: 3.72 Deans List Science of Medicine – M.D. – 2022 University of Medicine Ernesto Che Guevara – La Habana, Cuba Work History Certified Research Coordinator – February, 2014 to Present Qway Research LLC – Hialeah, FL • Maintaining working knowledge of applicable ICH-GCP Guidelines, local regulatory requirements, SOPs, and studyspecific protocols and ensuring their compliance. • Performed all duties pertinent to participant selection, including written and oral permission, screening, and training • subjects, caregivers, and referral sources on protocol-specific requirements. • Active participant in investigator/sponsor and coordinator meetings, providing pertinent study data and insight as • required. • The performance of recruitment strategies was communicated to internal and external study teams in a professional • manner. 6 • Increased patient and site staff participation in the trial, as well as support for study compliance requirements, to • achieve sponsor objectives. • Maintenance of regulatory records for the study, including enrollment and screening logs, drug accountability logs, subject identity logs, and site signature logs. • Filling out case report forms (CRFs) Additionl Information RN Student Nurse Clinical Rotations: • Nursing Fundamentals – Swift River Virtual Clinical System (90 hours) 08/2020 11/2020 (Skills performed include universal precautions, sterile technique, personal care, NG tube insertion, vital sign assessments, therapeutic communication) • Med Surg I – Swift River Virtual Clinical System (135 hours) 11/2020- 02/2021 (Skills performed include: IV start/discontinue, adult physical assessment, trach care/suctioning, medication administration, safety and mobility of patients, post and pre op care, wound care, Accuchek) • Mental Health – Swift River Virtual Clinical System (90 hours) 02/2021 – 06/2021 (Skills performed include: deescalate situations, therapeutic communication, safety skills, medication administration) Med Surg Il – Holy Cross Hospital (135 hours) 06/2021 08/2021 (Skills performed include: IV start/discontinue, adult physical assessment, assist with ambulation, straight/indwelling catheter insertion, medication administration, infusion pump management, NG tube insertion assistance) 7 • Obstetrics – Mercy Hospital (68 hours) 08/2021 – 10/2021 (Skills performed include: fetal heart monitoring, uterine contraction monitoring, postpartum assessment: BUBBLE, assist with breast feeding/bottle feeding, newborn assessment, diaper weighing) • Pediatrics – Niklaus Children’s Hospital-Main Hospital (68 hours) 11/2021 – 01/2022 (Skills performed include: Pediatric physical assessment, vital signs, height and weight, PO/IV medication administration, Suctioning) • Public Health – Vitas at Palmetto Hospital (90 hours) 01 / 2022 – 04/2022 (Skills performed include: Implementation of community primary interventions in medication administration, hand hygiene, and women’s health teaching) • Med Surg III – Jackson Memorial Hospital (135 hours); 08/2022 –10/21/2022 Integration of Nursing Practices- Larking Community Hospital; 10/31/2022 to present Professional References Oscar G. Galvez, MD., P.A, F.A.C.P. Nephrologist American Boards of Internal Medicine & Nephrology 3006 Aviation Avenue, Suite 4A Miami, FL 33133 305-283-0731 Rodolfo Sidron, MD Pediatrician Rodolfo Sidron MD PA 8410 W Flagler St suite 212-213 8 Miami, FL 33144 786-388-9877 Yoel Brito, MD Pulmonologist Dr Yoel Britto Office 78 SW 13th Avenue, Suite 202 Miami, FL 33135 305-545-5353 Reccomendation Letter 9 10 11 Long term and Short Term Goals A long-term goal for a nursing professional may be to advance to a leadership or management position, such as becoming a nurse manager or director of nursing. A short-term goal may be to obtain a certification in a specific area of nursing practice, such as becoming a certified registered nurse anesthetist (CRNA) or a certified nurse-midwife (CNM). Another short-term goal could be to complete continuing education courses or additional training to stay current in their field. Week 8: AACN Essentials Paper In healthcare AACN essentials provide necessary guidelines that must be used in learning programs with the intention of achieving competencies among graduates at different levels. This includes graduates from the baccalaureate and master’s well as doctors of nursing programs (Burns & Delgado 2019). There is a total of nine AACN essentials that are going to be discussed in this paper, and also a demonstration of how I managed to practice them during my nursing programs. The aim of the paper is basically to highlight, describe and provide examples of how these essentials can be observed, together with their effectiveness in achieving better healthcare outcomes. Essential I: Liberal Education for Baccalaureate Generalist Nursing Practice The first AACN essential isliberal education for the baccalaureate general nursing practice. This involves sharing an important form of education that enables nurses to provide effective care to patients. The intention of this essential is to ensure the nurses are equipped with information that would allow them to be fully knowledgeable on important healthcare aspects. In applying this essential, I educated patients on different forms of health issues that could be a threat to their health. This includes aspects like infectious diseases, and communicable diseases, 12 among many other things (Giddens et al., 2022). This enables them to have a deeper understanding of such healthcare issues and also understand how to avoid being infected. I also educated them on some of the practices they needed to observe in preventing being infected with certain virus, and this involved simple practices such as observing personal hygiene and also having regular checkups for their own health benefits. Essential II: Basic Organizational and Systems Leadership for Quality Care and Patient Safety The second AACN essential is system leadership and basic organization for patient safety and quality care. When it comes to healthcare, having leadership skills is significant in enhancing better decision-making. It is important for one to be in a position to carry out some medical research and guide others on what to do in different situations. This is significant, especially when dealing with critical cases where the team members need reliable guidance before performing different roles. Quality care and safety are also vital when it comes to achieving patient-desired outcomes. In my practice, I took the initiative of guiding the team members on how to achieve quality care, and this was considering the patients’ preferences regarding how they would like to be treated. I believe in listening and observing the patients’ needs when it comes to achieving quality care since it enhances maximum collaboration. Essential III: Scholarship for Evidence-Based Practice The third AACN essential is the scholarship of evidence-based practice, which involves heavy reliance on the use of available and scientific evidence-based practices (Giddens et al., 2022). This means that there is a need to have some proof to support different practices, which should come from reliable sources. The intention of this is to ensure there is the utilization of appropriate strategies in addressing different healthcare issues, which in turn reduces the chances 13 of having errors or negative healthcare outcomes in general. In my practice, I was able to use evidence-based in handling my patients, specifically when it comes to infection control. I did intensive research to understand how infections come about in the human body, how they spread, their impact as well as how they could be controlled. I utilized information found in scholarly sources and this enabled me to make the right healthcare decisions when dealing with my patients. Essential IV: Information Management and Application of Patient Care Technology The fourth AACN essential is the application of patient care technology and information management when dealing with patients (Welch & Smith 2022). It is important for healthcare practitioners to be conversant with different forms of technology that are being used in the healthcare system, especially those that have a direct impact on the patients. For instance, we have EMR systems, which play a significant role in storing the health information of patients. Healthcare practitioners should be able to understand how patients’ information is stored, updated, and retried in these systems so that they can work better to achieve quality care. In my practice, I studied how EMR works, and this allowed me to utilize the information found in the medical history of the patients and provide them with relevant recommendations that were important in improving their health conditions. Essential V: Healthcare Policy, Finance, and Regulatory Environments The next AACN essential is the healthcare policy, finance, and regulatory environment. The healthcare policy provides the guidelines on what is expected from the patients and the healthcare workers. Policies play a significant role in ensuring that all individuals within the healthcare system conform to the rules that have been created when dealing with various processes. On the other hand, the regulations in the financial policies also play a significant role 14 in guiding patients on how they are expected to make their payments and guidelines on insurance covers, among many other things. This helps in ensuring there is a financial balance which in turn ensures the whole healthcare system is impacted in a positive way. In my practice, I took time to understand healthcare policies and financial guidelines. This made it possible for me to engage in actions that were permitted within the organization, even in my interaction with patients on financial matters. Essential VI: Interprofessional Communication and Collaboration for Improving Patient Health Outcomes The sixth AACN essential is inter-professional collaboration and communication, which aim at achieving positive patient outcomes. It is important for healthcare providers to work together in order to achieve patient-centered care. Collaboration, in this case, involves sharing information, supporting each other in research and decision-making processes, and taking good care of the patients, among many other things. This helps in reducing the workload for each healthcare giver, which in turn increases the chances of having workers performing to their best level. This AACN essential is more of teamwork, which is vital, especially when dealing with complex healthcare issues. I practice this essential in my practice by participating in teamwork, where I shared the knowledge I had when it comes to dealing with health pandemics, which was significant in guiding my colleagues on how to prepare and deal with health pandemics using the available resources. Essential VII: Clinical Prevention and Population Health The seventh AACN essential is population health and clinical control. In this case, there is more focus on promoting health and engaging in practices that can help in preventing injuries (Burns & Delgado 2019). This is achieved by being vocal about practices that can help in 15 enhancing the health of people in society, and this includes being vaccinated, taking a balanced diet, and engaging in physical activities, among many other things. The focus here is to ensure people are well educated on their roles in maintaining their good health and also some of the things they need to avoid for better health outcomes. In my practice, I implemented this by doing intensive research on various communicable diseases, as well as those that were genetic such as sickle cell. This made it possible for me to educate patients on the source of certain health conditions, as well as possible strategies that could be implemented in dealing with them. Essential VIII: Professionalism and Professional Values The next AACN essential is professional values and professionalism. When it comes to nursing practice, professionalism is vital in maintaining a better relationship between workers and also between workers and patients. Professionalism, in this case, involved placing the main focus on health issues and, at the same time, treating other people with respect regardless of their differences. The end goal, in this case, is manly to improve the health condition of the patients, and this is highly contributed to the kind of interaction that has been created between the involved parties. In my practice, I observed this essential by being ethical, especially when interacting with other people. I practices the values stated in the policies, such as respect, honesty, and privacy, among many other things. This made it possible for me to have smooth interactions, especially with my patients, which in turn made it easier for me to engage in actions that improved their general health conditions. Essential IX: Baccalaureate Generalist Nursing Practice The ninth and last essential is the baccalaureate general nursing practice, which is all about the utilization of practices that can lead to various specified outcomes. In this case, there is emphasis on the integration of skills and knowledge required in addressing certain medical 16 issues. Physiological aspects such as the right attitude when dealing with the patients are also observed, which makes it possible to create a good working environment with the intention of achieving better medical outcomes. In my practice, I was able to learn the skills required when dealing with patients of different conditions, which made it possible for me to give them the kind of care they needed in improving their general conditions. Conclusion In conclusion, AACN essentials are all about some of the aspects that need to be observed in enhancing competitiveness among graduates. The main focus of these essentials is on the interaction between workers and patients. There is also more emphasis on the utilization of practices that aim at improving the general health conditions of the patient, which can be achieved by first ensuring the healthcare practitioners are equipped with the skills and knowledge required to achieve certain outcomes. Therefore there is a need for graduates to ensure they put all these guidelines into practice so that they can improve patient outcomes. 17 Personal Nursing Philosophy One of my primary goals as a nurse is to deliver individualized, person-centered care for each of my patients. Additionally, I like being a source of comfort and understanding for my patients and making an effort to learn more about them throughout their time in my care. The knowledge that I made a positive difference in another person’s life, whether it be physically, psychologically, or emotionally, is why I decided to pursue this line of work. In nursing, health refers to the patient’s emotional and physiological well-being. Caring for the youngsters in my care every day has inspired me to become an advocate for all of my patients. Caregiving is in my blood, and it’s always been my goal to help each patient in the best way possible. Each patient deserves to be treated as an individual with their own set of needs and wants. The term nursing is often used to refer to those who work in the field that focuses on treating patients who are ill. Providing the best possible care for a patient requires a commitment to lifelong learning and numerous hours spent honing relevant skills. Professionalism, in my view, is both expert performance in all aspects of one’s field and a commitment to learning about its nuances while maintaining a strong moral compass. Core values serve as a compass for nurses, and should be used to assess and shape professional choices (Bender et al., 2021). These principles include helping others, individual liberty, respect for others, honesty, and fair treatment of all people. There’s a chance that some of these six values will be used more often or have a bigger impact on patient care than the others. Integrity, followed by honesty and respect for each person, is the most crucial core value in nursing, in my opinion. Being honest and responsible helps nurses earn the confidence of their patients and their families, and treating patients with respect and dignity demonstrates that they understand that their patients are human beings deserving of being 18 treated as such. When it comes to nursing’s basic principles, I place the utmost importance on integrity since I know that being honest and doing what’s best for the patient is my job. Certificate 19 20 References Bender, M., Grace, P. J., Green, C., Hopkins-Walsh, J., Kirkevold, M., Petrovskaya, O., Paljevic, E. D., & Sellman, D. (2021). The role of philosophy in the development and practice of nursing: Past, present and future. Nursing philosophy : an international journal for healthcare professionals, 22(4), e12363. Burns, S. M., & Delgado, S. A. (2019). AACN essentials of critical care nursing. McGraw Hill Education. Giddens, J., Douglas, J. P., & Conroy, S. (2022). The Revised AACN Essentials: Implications for Nursing Regulation. Journal of Nursing Regulation, 12(4), 16-22. Welch, T. D., & Smith, T. B. (2022). AACN Essentials as the Conceptual Thread of Nursing Education. Nursing Administration Quarterly, 46(3), 234-244. 1 Personal Philosophy and Theoretical Concepts Draft Your Name South University NSG5002 Advanced Theorical Perspective for Nursing Week 2 Project Your Professor’s Name MMDDYYYY V013121 2 Personal Philosophy and Theoretical Concepts 2-3 sentences about your paper (introduce the paper in general). Autobiography Describe your professional background with personal history that is pertinent to you as a professional. It should not include future goals. It should be about a page long. The Four Metaparadigms This is where you discuss what metaparadigms are (in general) and introduce the topics. It needs to be about three to four sentences long. Do not relate these to your theory. Patient. Here you write three to four sentences on what a patient is – according to your textbook or in general. Do not make this part theory-specific. Environment. Here you write three to four sentences on what environment means – according to your textbook or in general. Do not make this part theory-specific. Nursing. Here you write three to four sentences on what nursing means – according to your textbook or in general. Do not make this part theory-specific. Health. Here you write three to four sentences on what health is – according to your textbook or in general. Do not make this part theory-specific. Two Practice-Specific Concepts 3 Three or four sentences to introduce your theory (including the concepts the theorist lists). Then mention the two concepts you chose from the theory that are relevant to your practice. Name of First Concept Discuss the meaning of the first concept from other sources. Then discuss how the theorist defines the concept. Then a few sentences on how the concept applies to your clinical practice. Name of Second Concept Discuss the meaning of the second concept from other sources. Then discuss how the theorist defines the concept. Then a few sentences on how the concept applies to your clinical practice. Conclusion Three to four sentences to summarize your paper. 4 References Bredow, T. S., Peterson, S.J. (2017). Middle range theories: Application to nursing research and practice (4th ed.). Wolters Kluwer. Butts, J. B., & Rich, K. L. (2017). Philosophies and theories for advanced nursing practice (3rd ed.). Jones & Bartlett Learning. Choi, E., & Moore, G. (2020). A case for cultural awareness. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 16(2), 163–164. 2019.11.012 Peterson, S. J., & Bredow, T. S. (2016). Middle range theories: Application to nursing research (4th ed.). Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

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