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EXAMPLE 1

  1. 1. Registered Nursing Breahna Weisser Royal High School Senior Culminating Project May 1, 2009
  2. 2. A little about me…  Born in Olympia, Washington  Grew up in various locations in Washington and Nevada  Attended nine different schools from first to sixth grade  Daughter of Valerie Jean Moon and George John Weisser III  I am the oldest of four siblings  Amanda (12)  Matt (11)  Cole (4)  Amber(4)
  3. 3. …Some more about me  I have played volleyball and varsity tennis all four years of high school  A member of the RHS Dance Team for three years  Member of the Desert Hooves 4-H club  Show sheep and horses at the Grant County Fair  Currently the President  Have been Treasurer, Secretary, and Vice President  Member of the Grant County Horse Committee Council  Western Games Treasurer
  4. 4. Skills and Abilities  Well organized  Interpersonal communication  Work well with any age group  Polite  Attentive  Good under pressure  Compassionate  Patient  Team player  Respect for other’s beliefs/opinions  Computer skills
  5. 5. Registered Nurse Education  4 year undergraduate Bachelors Degree  Nursing school (2 Years) Certification tests:  NCLEX  CPR  ACLS  PALS  NRP  TNCC  BLS  High School Courses  Biology  Physics  Chemistry  Spanish  Health  College Courses  Anatomy/ Physiology  Chemistry Series  Biology  Statistics  Psychology
  6. 6. Education Continued  Nursing School Courses  Pathoficiology  Pharmacology  Geriatric  Assessment skills  Clinical Rotation  Seminars  Nursing research/theory  Med Surgical  Pediatrics/Maternity  Community Health  Ethics
  7. 7. Career Outlook  In great need of nurses  By 2020 there will be a shortage of 400,000 RN’s  75% of all hospital vacancies are for nurses  Great job opportunities  Nursing is in the top 10 highest demanding jobs for 2010  Salary  $3,430 - 5,487 a month  $20.42 - 40.74 per hour
  8. 8. Nurse Salary Growth Nationally
  9. 9. Registered Nurse Job Application Registered Nurse (RN) About the Job Simply Beautiful….. In 2010 celebrate over 35 years of Beauty with us! Soderstrom Skin Institute is looking for a Registered Nurse to join our dynamic and fast growing multi-specialty clinics in the Peoria area. The RN position is full- time, and will assist with phone triage, patient care, procedures, and education for our dermatology patients.  No holidays, no call  Some Saturdays required  Ongoing training and education  Competitive salary and benefit package We are looking for individuals that will bring energy, enthusiasm, and a positive attitude to the job. We offer a pleasant work environment, excellent benefits, and competitive salary based on knowledge and experience. Soderstrom Dermatology, S.C. Attn: Christina Landis 909 North Glen Park Place Peoria, IL 61614 Fax: 309-282-0500 Phone: 309-674-7546 clandis@skinnews.com
  10. 10. Job Shadow 1  August 11, 2009  8:30 am – 12:00 pm  Othello Community Hospital  Cindy Petersen RN
  11. 11. Job Shadow Specifics  Introduction  Put on scrubs  Tour of all rooms and equipment  2 hours before arrival a mother gave birth to her child  Helped give the baby his first bath  Viewed charts before and after patients
  12. 12. Job Shadow 2  November 11, 2009  9:00 am – 2:00 pm  BBCC, Pioneer Medical Center, Moses Lake Physical Therapy  Talked to multiple employees at the various locations
  13. 13. Job Shadow Specifics  Started at Big Bend Community College  Took a tour of campus  In nurse building  Talked to two teachers  Drove to Moses Lake Physical Therapy  Got shown new techniques  Viewed all equipment  Last stop Pioneer Medical Center  Talked to five staffers
  14. 14. Pros Cons  Great entry level pay  Medical Benefits  Always with the same people  Build relationships with the doctors  Bad patient outcomes  Less family time  Work holidays and weekends  Some don’t get off work right away
  15. 15. This is the Career For me! Throughout this experience I learned that a nurse must be physically fit and able to handle themselves under pressure. They must also be willing to give up their personal time and family time for their job. Overall it will be a great path to pursue because technology could never take the place of a nurse.  I will be going into active duty in the United States Air Force (USAF)  Get the education needed to be a registered nurse  Serve all years needed  Become a registered nurse in the USAF
  16. 16. Alternative Career Computer Security Specialist Monitor data logs that report all the activity on a system Look for strange activity  Education  Bachelors degree in computer science  Entry Level Salary  $25.30 per hour  Could be the career for me  I could minor in this and master in nursing  Doing this while in the military is possible
  17. 17. Alternate Career Job Application  Education and Training: College  Salary: Varies—see profile  Employment Outlook: Very good  Definition and Nature of the Work  As computer networks grow and more sensitive data is stored on computer files, the need for trained, skilled computer security specialists will also grow. Computer security specialists help businesses, educational institutions, and government organizations to control access to their computer networks and protect important data stored there. This is accomplished through a variety of means.  Computer security specialists, who are also known as information security specialists, design and implement network control mechanisms that serve to control users' access to a computer network through such processes as firewalls. Computer security specialists also implement application access controls, such as password authentication, that keep unauthorized users from accessing a particular computer or network or program. Computer security specialists take steps to deny hackers access to a system and set up programs that detect hackers who do intrude onto a system. Computer security specialists also may be responsible for controlling site-specific physical access to computers.  Computer security specialists work with employees at all levels of an organization. Managers communicate the organization's needs to computer security specialists. Management and security specialists then work together to balance the organization's security needs with the security system's ease of use. Computer security specialists also communicate procedures and passwords to users of the systems. This entails keeping up-to-date lists of users and passwords as well as helping workers who have forgotten passwords or accidentally violated security procedures. Computer security specialists monitor who is using a computer network. They also send reports of use to various members of the organization for verification. Finally, computer security specialists are responsible for keeping accurate and up-to-date backup files of all important data shared on a computer network.
  18. 18. Works Cited  http://www.nursingpower.net/union/shortage_fact_she et.html  http://www.careerexplorer.net/ten-hottestcareers.asp? &  http://www.alliedtech.org/registered-nurse-salary-job- growth/129/  http://www.wois.org/  Cindy Peterson, RN Othello Community Hospital  Various Specialist at BBCC, Pioneer Medical Center, and Moses Lake Physical Therapy

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