Community Nurse Resume
Community Nurses are Registered Nurses who typically work in Community Health centers, in public institutions like schools and workplaces. Their role is triple. Firstly, they provide specific nursing care to patients of many kinds and ages, with special focus on the ones at risk from a community healthcare point of view. Secondly, they collect health data from and supply health information to the communities they work with. And thirdly, they act like patient and resilient educators.
Community Nurses are supposed to have a rather analytical approach to nursing and healthcare matters. A Community Nurse is likely to interact with many different kinds of patients by providing care, but this is not really the best choice for nurses who would like to enlarge their clinical experience. Their work is not that much clinical procedure-oriented, but consists a lot of efficiently distributing education and accurate management of paperwork. Community Nurses are fully expected to be able to work both individually and in a team, since when they assess the impact of healthcare plans on a neighborhood, as well as when they design the improvements to a specific healthcare plan, they have to work in multidisciplinary teams but when it comes to implementing those, they have to convince many kinds of people, by themselves. This job is to be viewed as the intersection between Healthcare and Social Studies.
Name: Amelia Cartwright
In my opinion, the Community Nurse works to raise awareness and to improve the state of physical and mental health of the community she works for.
I am looking for a position as a Community Nurse, to continue my investigations concerning the best methods for efficiently implementing health care plans in diverse communities.
Meticulous and hard-working Community Nurse with highly developed analytical skills and an inclination for statistics seeks employment within your community healthcare center.
Skills and qualifications:
Community Nurse, 2008 - present
Duties and responsibilities:
Education and training:
Registered nurse examination - 2008
Areas of interest:
References available upon request