Master of Science in Nursing- Family Nurse Practitioner – Simmons College – June 2017 Bachelor of Science in Nursing- University of Maryland School of Nursing – May 2013
Maryland- Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner – August 2017-Present
October 2017-Present – Family Nurse Practitioner – Middletown Valley Family Medicine June 2016-June 2017 – 718 Clinical Hours in Family Practice/Urgent Care Settings June 2015- Present – Charge Nurse, Preceptor – Cardiac Intermediate/ Progressive Care Unit – University of Maryland Medical Center August 2014 – Present – Clinical Nurse II - Cardiac Intermediate/ Progressive Care Unit – University of Maryland Medical Center August 2013-August 2014- Clinical Nurse I - - Cardiac Intermediate/ Progressive Care Unit – University of Maryland Medical Center June 2012-June 2013 – Student Nurse- Cardiac Progressive Care Unit - University of Maryland Medical Center
American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP)- June 2017 – Present
Factors that determine patient satisfaction with Nurse Practitioners: A Comprehensive Literature Review
May 2016- Comprehensive Literature Review- Simmons College Family Nurse Practitioner program
Research Question: Applying Cox’s Interaction Model of Client Behavior, what factors determine patient satisfaction with the care they receive from nurse practitioners?
Evidence based Practice
August 2014- Oral Presentation of poster “Wound Vacs”- New Graduate Cohort – University of Maryland Medical Center
Purpose: To better educate nursing staff on the function and efficacy of negative pressure wound therapy.
Intervention: Negative Pressure Wound Therapy
Outcome: Negative Pressure Wound therapy is more effective in reducing healing times and preventing infection than standard wet- to –dry dressing changes.
June 2013- Oral presentation for poster “Therapeutic Hypothermia” freezing Ischemic Brain Damage” – Senior Poster Project – University of Maryland School of Nursing
Purpose” To study the efficacy of therapeutic hypothermia for cardiac arrest patients outside of hospitals on preserving neurological functioning and outcomes
Intervention: inducing therapeutic hypothermia
Outcome: post cardiac arrest patients found that received therapeutic hypothermia have improved survival rates and neurological function