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Professional PortfolioThe Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing

Table of ContentsAcademic Course of Study3 Clinical Nurse Specialist/Health Systems Management Dual Track Nurse Educator CertificateProfessional & Educational Goals4-13 Professional Goal Statement Educational Objective CNS Core Competencies Personal Professional & Educational GoalsClinical Summary14Scholarly Products15 Scholarly PapersResearch ProjectsEducational ProjectsPolicy (TBD)Business PlanResume/CV16-21TranscriptTBDLetters of ReferenceTBDAppendices A-D (Papers)TBD

Academic Course of Study1Clinical Nurse Specialist/Health Systems Management Dual TrackCOURSE NUMBERCOURSE NAMECREDITSCore CoursesNR 110.500NR 110.501NR 110.503NR 110.504Philosophical, Theoretical, and Ethical Basis for NursingIntermediate BiostatisticsApplications of Research to PracticeContext of Health Care for Advanced Practice Nursing3333Advanced Practice Core CoursesNR 110.502NR 110.508NR 110.536* or537*NR 110.549Physiology/Pathophysiology IClinical PharmacologyAdvanced Health Assessment and Measurement: Adult/Geriatric or PediatricVariationsAdvanced Health Assessment & Measurement33Strategies in Nursing ManagementCNS Role Specialty Practicum ICNS Specialty Practicum IICNS Outcomes Specialty Practicum IIIHealth Promotion/Disease PreventionProgram Development & Evaluation in Health CareLeadership & Management in Health CareBusiness Plan33331231Education RequirementFinancial Management RequirementOrganization Management Theory Requirement33312Specialty CoursesNR 110.512NR 110.520*NR 110.521*NR 110.522*NR 110.546NR 110.560NR 110.605NR 110.608TOTAL 49-50* Course has a clinical componentNurse Educator CertificateCOURSE NUMBERCOURSE NAMECREDITSNR110.540Teaching Strategies in Nursing3NR110.830NR110.542NR110.638The Evolving Roles of the Nurse EducatorEducational EvaluationCurriculum Theory and Design333TOTAL1Adapted from: http://www.nursing.jhu.edu/academics/academic programs/12

Professional & Educational GoalsProfessional Goal StatementMy professional goal upon completion of the JHUSON MSN/CNS, Adult Health/Health SystemsManagement program with certification as a Nurse Educator is to find a full-time position that will allowme to translate my theoretical and clinical knowledge into individual, staff, and systems improvements inan acute care adult health setting.Educational ObjectiveUpon completion of this MSN program, I will be able to successfully practice within the aspects delineated by theNational Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists competencies.CNS Core CompetenciesModes of Accomplishment1. Use knowledge of differential illness diagnosesand treatments in comprehensive, holisticassessments of patients within the context ofdisease, diagnosis, treatments. The outcome ofdifferential diagnosis of illness is to explicateetiology(ies) that require nursing interventions toprevent or alleviate the illness;Documentation ofAccomplishmentDidactic Course Work:NR110.536Advanced Health Assessment andMeasurement – Adult/GeriatricVariationsIncreased fluency l/PathophysiologicalBasis for Advanced NursingPracticePowerPointPresentation withConcept Map:Esophageal Varices andAlcohol MetabolismNR100.508Clinical PharmacologyIncreased knowledge ofpharmacologicalinterventions.Clinical Practicum:NR110.536Advanced Health Assessment andMeasurement – Adult/GeriatricVariationsCompleted 3 episodicand 3 comprehensivehistory and physicalevaluations.NR110.520CNS Role Specialty Practicum I:Acute/Critical CareProject withPowerPointPresentation: Overviewof Congestive HeartFailure for NewGraduate Orientation.NR110.521CNS Role Specialty Practicum II:Acute/Critical CarePowerPointPresentation with CaseStudy: Matters of theHeart

2. Design, implement, and evaluate innovativeindividual and/or population-based programs ofcare to achieve desired quality, cost-effective, andnurse-sensitive outcomes.Didactic Course Work:NR100.810Theory and Concepts of HealthBehavior and Health PromotionPaper: ElectronicHealth RecordAdoption: A BlendedLearning ApproachNR110.560Program Development andEvaluation in Health CareLogic Model: NewGraduate NurseSatisfactionMeasurementClinical Practicum:NR110.520CNS Role Specialty Practicum I:Acute/Critical CarePaper: New GraduateNurse Orientation: AnEffective RetentionStrategyNR110.522CNS Role Specialty Practicum III:Acute/Critical CarePaper: OutcomesAnalysis: STATMedicationManagement ProjectPowerPointPresentation:Streamlining STATMedications3. Serve aseducator/leader/consultant/mentor/changeagent in advancing the practice of nursing amongother nurses and across organizations to achieveoutcomes.Didactic Course Work:NR110.404Information Technology inNursingProject: Voice-OverPowerPointPresentation: Mexico,Let’s Wash Today for aSafer Tomorrow: AnH1N1 PreventionEducational Guide forHealthcare Workers inMexico.NR110.540Strategies for Teaching/ClinicalTeaching in NursingMultimedia PreziPresentation:“A Clin-Who?”: A BriefOverview of the ClinicalNurse Specialist RoleProject: Teaching Planfor CNS PreziPresentation.NR110.830The Evolving Roles of the NurseEducatorPaper: Nurse Educatorsand Gen Y: A TeachingPerspectivePowerPointPresentation: Millenials

Clinical Practicum:NR110.520CNS Role Specialty Practicum I:Acute/Critical CareNR110.521CNS Role Specialty Practicum II:Acute/Critical Care4. Advance nursing practice through innovativeevidence-based interventions, best-practiceguidelines, and modification of professionalstandards and organizational policies that directthe care of nursing personnel and other providersof healthcare to improve outcomes.Paper with PowerPointPresentation: NewGraduate RNOrientation: PatientPresentation, DiseaseManagement, andEducation forCongestive HeartFailure.Case Study withPowerPointPresentation: Mattersof the Heart: Patientpresentation, DiseaseManagement, Patient/Staff/SystemsAssessment, CulturalCompetence for AcuteCoronary Syndrome.Didactic Course Work:NR110.503Application of Research to PracticePaper: State of theScience on ElectronicHealth RecordImplementationStrategies in Hospitals:Role of the NurseNR110.504Context of Healthcare forAdvanced Practice NursingPaper: Need forElectronic HealthRecord AdoptionProject: Online Wiki:“Am I Covered”: AnOverview of HealthcareFinancingNR110.599Independent Study: CourseEvaluationProject: Assessment ofand implementation ofa best-practice incourse evaluations.Clinical Practicum:5. Lead multidisciplinary groups to facilitateNR110.520CNS Role Specialty Practicum I:Acute/Critical CareImplementation of aNew Graduate RNOrientation Program.NR110.522CNS Role Specialty Practicum III:Acute/Critical CareImplementation of anevidence-based STATmedication accessproject in the hospital.Didactic Course Work:

collaboration with other disciplines in theattainment of outcomes across the continuum ofcare.NR110.560Program Development andEvaluation in Health CareIncreased knowledge ofmultidisciplinarycollaboration inprogram developmentand execution.NR110.599Independent Study: ACT ProgramCollaborated withMedicine and HealthSystems ManagementResidents to design andimplement a project.Clinical Practicum:6.Interpret the dimensions of nursing carerequiring resources at the system level, andprovide leadership to assure that the systemadequately supports the delivery of nursing care.NR110.521CNS Role Specialty Practicum II:Acute/Critical CareRecommended the useof local Sigma ThetaTau Chapter resourcesfor a hospital researchday in a ResearchCouncil Meeting. ?NR110.522CNS Role Specialty Practicum III:Acute/Critical CareLed intra-departmentalproject meetings withPharmacy to develop aSTAT medicationmanagement process inthe hospital.Didactic Course Work:NR110.560Program Development andEvaluation in Health CareProject: Logic Model,Statement of Focus,Action Plan, andBudget creation forNew Graduate NurseSatisfactionMeasurement.Clinical Practicum:NR110.520CNS Role Specialty Practicum I:Acute/Critical CareHospital-wideimplementation ofAlaris Infusion Pumps:Staff/Vendor andnursing leadershipcoordination by CNS.NR110.521CNS Role Specialty Practicum II:Acute/Critical CareEvaluated the hospitalwide implementationof Central LineAssociated BloodStream Infection(CLABSI)Interventions.Examined the MagnetStatus interventions

such as the creation ofa research-handbookfor the staff nurse.NR110.522CNS Role Specialty Practicum III:Acute/Critical CareAnalyzed STATmedication orders anddelivery process tocreate a streamlinedmanagement of urgentmedications.Increased knowledge ofthe ComprehensiveUnit-Based SafetyProgram (CUSP) andTranslating ResearchInto Practice (TRIP)Models.Attended nationalCLABSI and CUSPCoachingTeleconferences.7. Expand the practice of nursing through ongoinggeneration and acquisition of scientific knowledgeand skills to maintain expert clinicalcompetencies that leads to desired outcomes.Didactic Course Work:NR110.500Philosophical, Theoretical, andEthical Basis for NursingIncreased knowledgeabout ethical, middlerange, and grandnursing theories.Paper: Genetic Testingthrough an EthicalLensNR110.501Intermediate BiostatisticsAnalyzed andinterpreted statisticalfindings in nursingresearch.NR110.503Application of Research to PracticeResearched the State ofthe Science onElectronic HealthRecordImplementationStrategies in Hospitals.Clinical Practicum:NR110.521CNS Role Specialty Practicum II:Acute/Critical CareAttended ChesapeakeCritical CareConsortium classes forCardiovascular Care:EKG ment,Emergency

Monitoring andManagement.NR110.522CNS Role Specialty Practicum III:Acute/Critical Care8. Demonstrate professional citizenship and fiscalresponsibility in the health care system byfocusing on health policy and/or resourcemanagement to ensure quality, cost-effectiveoutcomes of nursing care.Attended nationalCLABSI and CUSPCoachingTeleconferences.Didactic Course Work:NR110.560Program Development andEvaluation in Health CareCreated a budget for aprospective NewGraduate NurseSatisfactionMeasurement Project.Clinical Practicum:NR110.521CNS Role Specialty Practicum II:Acute/Critical CareAssisted in policyrevisions for thePeripherally InsertedCentral Catheter (PICC)Policy.NR110.522CNS Role Specialty Practicum III:Acute/Critical CareAttended the MidAtlantic CNS AffiliateFall Meeting.Personal Professional & Educational Goals1. Relate how the diverse roles of the CNS maybe expressed in my own future CNS practice.Didactic Course Work:NR110.504Context of Healthcare for AdvancedPractice NursingIdentified personalstrengths thatcompliment theattributes andcompetencies of theCNS.NR110.540Strategies for Teaching/ClinicalTeaching in NursingCreated a multimediapresentation thatsummarizes the CNSrole for incoming CNSstudents in the OnlineCNS track at theJHUSON.Clinical Practicum:NR110.520CNS Role Specialty Practicum I:Acute/Critical CarePreliminaryassociations drawnfrom CNS WeeklyLogs.NR110.522CNS Role Specialty Practicum III:Application of CNSroles integrated in

Acute/Critical Care2. Associate underlying pathophysiology torelevant clinical problems for staff/selfeducation.clinical practicethroughinterdisciplinaryinitiatives, outcomesanalysis, andeducational efforts.Didactic Course s for Advanced NursingPracticeCreated a concept mapto make associationsabout a diseaseprocess andunderlyingpathophysiology.Clinical Practicum:3. Identify and utilize creative teaching-learningstrategies to improve comprehension of aclinical issue for a patient/staff nurse.NR110.520CNS Role Specialty Practicum I:Acute/Critical CarePresented an overviewof CHF to NewGraduate RNs: relatedsigns and symptoms topathophysiology.NR110.521CNS Role Specialty Practicum II:Acute/Critical CareParticipated in 4Chesapeake CriticalCare Consortiumclasses related toCardiovascular Care:EKG ment,EmergencyMonitoring andManagement.Didactic Course Work:NR110.404Information Technology in NursingCreated a Voice-OverPowerPointpresentation: Mexico,Let’s Wash Today for aSafer Tomorrow: AnH1N1 PreventionEducational Guide forHealthcare Workers Basis for Advanced NursingPracticeCreated a concept mapto make associationsabout a diseaseprocess andunderlyingpathophysiology:Esophageal VaricesNR110.540Increased knowledge

Strategies for Teaching/ClinicalTeaching in Nursingof the Top 100Educational teachinglearning strategies of2009.NR100.830The Evolving Roles of the NurseEducatorIncreased knowledgeof teaching-learningtheories andframeworks to guideteaching strategies.Utilized multi-mediavideos in a PowerPointPresentation todemonstrate thelearning needs ofGeneration Y students:Millenials.Utilized concept mapsto delineaterelationships betweenroles of the nurseeducator and nursingeducation.Clinical Practicum:4. Identify current evidence-based practicesand emerging trends in healthcare.NR110.520CNS Role Specialty Practicum I:Acute/Critical CareAdministeredcrossword puzzles anda case-study toeducate New GraduateNurses about CHF.NR110.521CNS Role Specialty Practicum II:Acute/Critical CareUtilized role-play anda case-study toillustrate the dynamicof all CNS corecompetencies duringissue resolution:Matters of the Heart.NR110.522CNS Role Specialty Practicum III:Acute/Critical CareCreated a Voice-OverPowerPointPresentation aboutSTAT Medicationmanagement for adepartment-widenursing meeting.Didactic Course Work:NR110.503Application of Research to PracticeResearched bestpractices forElectronic HealthRecordImplementationStrategies.

Clinical Practicum:NR110.520CNS Role Specialty Practicum I:Acute/Critical CareResearched bestpractices for NewGraduate NurseOrientation Programs.Utilized f the 2009Focused Updates forACCF/AHA Guidelinesfor the Diagnosis andManagement of HeartFailure in Adultsrecommendations forCHF OverviewPresentation.5. Identify strategies for successful programdevelopment and implementation.NR110.521CNS Role Specialty Practicum II:Acute/Critical CareUtilized the 2007Focused Update of theACC/AHA/SCAI 2005Guideline Update forPercutaneousCoronary Interventionand the 2007Guidelines for themanagement ofpatients with unstableangina/non STelevation myocardialinfarction executivesummary for theMatters of the HeartPresentation.NR110.522CNS Role Specialty Practicum III:Acute/Critical CareInvestigated bestpractices regardingSTAT medicationmanagement and theuse of a completelycomputerizedmedication dispensingsystem in the hospital.Didactic Course Work:NR110.560Program Development andEvaluation in Health CareIncreased knowledgeof program design,planning, andevaluation strategies.NR100.810Theory and Concepts of HealthBehavior and Health PromotionIncreased knowledgeof theoreticalframeworks that guideprogram developmentand evaluation.Clinical Practicum:

CLINICAL SUMMARY OF CNS PROGRAM OF STUDYSemester, YearClinical Hours CompletedFall 2009: NR110.536Clinical hours completed:83Spring 2010:NR110.520Clinical hours completed:168Summer 2010:NR110.521Clinical hours completed:168Fall 2010: NR110.522Clinical hours completed:168Preceptor, credentials,clinical site; populationcharacteristics; scope ofinfluence (e.g. patient,staff, organization)Title of scholarlyproducts (e.g.,manuscript, PPTpresentation, CEprogram, pt edprogram, etc)List associated CNS skillsand competenciesaddressed during eachexperience(must relate to CNSScope and Standards)Preceptor:Mary Donnelly Strozzo, MS,MPH, CRNPPopulation characteristics: Adults (18-65 yrs) Caucasian/AfricanAmerican/Asian/ HispanicScope of influence: PatientScholarly projects: ComprehensiveHealth History History of PresentIllness Episodic History andPhysicalCNS competencies Direct Care Educator ResearchPreceptor:Rona D. Corral-Stewart,MSN, RN, CNSPopulation characteristics: New Graduate RNs at acommunity/acute-carehospitalScope of influence: StaffScholarly project: New GraduateOrientation Program CHF OverviewPresentationCNS competencies Collaboration Coaching Research Educator LeadershipPreceptor:Deborah Harper, RN, MSPopulation characteristics: Cardiac patients at acommunity/acute-carehospital.Scope of influence: PatientScholarly project: Matters of the HeartCase StudyCNS competencies Research Educator Leadership CollaborationPreceptor:Scholarly project: CNS competencies Collaboration Leadership Research Consultant ConsultantMelinda Sawyer, RN,MSN, PCCNPopulation characteristics:Data and outcomesanalysis.Scope of influence: System Outcomes Analysis

Scholarly Products Papers Research projectsEducational projects1. Need for Electronic Health Record Adoption2. Electronic Health Record Adoption: A Blended- Learning Approach3. Electronic Health Record Implementation Strategies in Hospitals: The Role of theNurse4. Nurse Educators and Generation Y: A Teaching Perspective5. New Graduate Nurse Orientation: An Effective Retention Strategy TBD1. Logic Model: New Graduate Nurse Satisfaction Measurement2. Online Wiki: “Am I Covered?”: An Overview of Healthcare Financing3. PowerPoint Presentation with Case Study: Matters of the Heart4. PowerPoint Presentation with Concept Map: Esophageal Varices and AlcoholMetabolism5. PowerPoint Presentation with Learning Activity: CHF Overview and NursingManagement6. PowerPoint Presentation: Millenials.7. Voice-Over PowerPoint Presentation: Mexico, Let’s Wash Today for a SaferTomorrow: An H1N1 Prevention Educational Guide for Healthcare Workers inMexico.8. Voice-Over-PowerPoint Presentation: State of the Science: Electronic HealthRecord Adoption in the Hospital: The Role of the Nurse9. Voice-Over-PowerPoint Presentation: Streamlining STAT MedicationManagement in the Hospital10. Voice-Over-PowerPoint-Prezi Presentation: “A Clin-Who?: A Brief Overview ofthe Clinical Nurse Specialist Role