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ED: experience in high-risk nursing with a broad understanding of medicine across multiple specialties  (triage, trauma, critical care, cardiac, forensics, general medicine, etc.).

Obstetrics: experience managing maternal and neonatal care from antepartum to labor to postpartum.

Perioperative Care: experience managing patients before, during, and after anesthesia.

Ambulatory Care: experience in EMTALA, transfers, discharge, and patient teaching.

Travel Nursing: understanding of risks, benefits, training, and expectations.

Instructor: understanding of risk, rewards, and strategies of clinical instructing and precepting, from didactic lectures to clinical skills.

EMT-B: prehospital practice with expanded understanding of interdisciplinary care.

Search & Rescue EMT-B: broad understanding of care in multiple unideal, wilderness conditions.

Certifications & Qualifications


RN: understanding of function, scope of practice, and maintenance of the nursing license. 

BSN: Greater understanding of pathophysiology, research, and application of evidence. 

CEN: Certified as expertly competent in emergency care.

CLNC: certificate of formal training leading to enhanced performance as a legal nurse consultant.

EMT-B (former): certified to practice basic emergency care in the prehospital setting.

EMT-Evaluator (former): certified as competent in practice, teaching, and evaluating EMTs.

Training Certificates

BLS: regularly updated training on CPR and stroke care.

ACLS: regularly updated training on critical cardiac interventions.

PALS: specialized training in managing care of pediatric emergencies.

NRP: specialized resuscitation of newborns

TNCC: specialized training in emergency management of trauma patients. 

IS100: understanding of incident command systems for disaster response. 

IS700: understanding of national disaster management systems.

NIHSS: regularly updated training on identifying and assessing strokes.


Preceptor: experience training students, residents, and fellows to discerningly function in general and specific roles in ED.

Staffing Committee, Chair: critiquing and designing staffing models in collaboration with management.

Unit Practice Council: understanding the role of nurses to advocate for improved department function and efficiency for improved outcomes. 

Peer Review Committee:  analyzing cases and comparing records with standards of care, policies and procedures, and evidence based practice and making subsequent policy recommendations. 

Safety Committee: nursing and hospital leadership cooperative committee to review incidents and improve staff and patient safety.

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