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Post-MSN, FNP Certificate Program

Updated: Jan 16

I am driven to advance as a nursing professional. Thus, I am applying to your Post MSN-FNP Certificate program to fulfill my long-term goal of becoming a Nurse Practitioner. I hold a BS in Nursing and Health Education and a master's in nursing. I have completed and maintained certifications in BLS, ACLS, PALS, NALS, ENCP, and TNCC. My greatest assets are my drive for excellence and compassion, especially my devotion to my patients.

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I have spent the last 12 years as an ER Nurse in Las Vegas hospitals. Our primary foci are cardiac, respiratory, neurological, and gastrointestinal care with specialty heart, stroke, and diabetes accreditations .My colleagues often rely on me and consistently applaud my efforts to go the extra mile in inpatient care. My supervisors have often complimented my sound judgment in assessment, planning, implementing, evaluating, and documenting patient care. I have much experience as a critical care nurse and have become highly skilled in analyzing and coordinating efficient emergency room activities. My core competencies include but are not limited to triage, rhythm interpretation, physical assessments, treatment planning, evaluations, medication administration, intravenous therapy, documentation, and staff/student supervision.  I have received high performance and service excellence awards from my superiors, co-workers, patients, students, and family members for my calm and reassuring presence during patient care.

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I also work part-time as a Nursing Instructor for the College of XXXX. I have experienced a fantastic sense of success and accomplishment when watching new nurses “come into their own” and become part of the team. Furthermore, with so many nurses leaving the field, recruiting and instructing future nurses positively and invitingly is imperative.

My problem-solving skills are illustrated by my experience teaching on a surgical floor and discovering that the nurses on the unit were NOT following a "one needle, one patient" rule for insulin pens. (My nursing students and I were considered "guests" in their facility.) Nevertheless, I brought the matter to the attention of my superiors, and it turned out that this was due to a system-wide error, and the hospital went on to implement a new teaching plan in this area.


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