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  • 1. Name: HONEY ELLEN TURCO – MARBA<br />Age: 36 years old<br />Contact Numbers: Landline: ( 062 ) 990 -5270<br />Cellphone: +639163857070<br />Qualifications: BSN, RN, MN<br />Working Experience:<br />February 19, 2009 up to the presentChief Nurse<br />ZAEC Community Medical Center<br />Zamboanga City<br />July 1, 1997 up to the presentClassroom / Clinical Instructor<br />Universidad de Zamboanga<br />School of Allied Medicine-Nursing Department<br />Zamboanga City<br />School Year 2004 -2005 to Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program Chair<br />School Year 2007-2008Universidad de Zamboanga <br />School of Allied Medicine – Nursing Department<br />Zamboanga City<br />January 2005 to December 2007Clinic Nurse / Secretary<br />Dr. Casto P. Hermino ,Jr. Psychiatric Clinic<br />Zamboanga City<br />May, 1, 1996 – August 31, 1996Nurse Trainee on Intensive Coronary Care Unit<br />Zamboanga City Medical Center<br />Zamboanga City<br />June 21, 1995 – October 1995College Instructor<br />Universidad de Zamboanga<br />Zamboanga City<br />Nov. 1, 1993 – January 31, 1994Volunteer Nurse<br />Zamboanga City Medical Center<br />Zamboanga City <br />RESUME’<br />right0<br />I. Personal Information <br /> HONEY ELLEN TURCO – MARBA <br /> phoenixhon@yahoo.com<br /> Cellphone No: 0916-3857070<br />II. Educational Attainment / Background<br />GraduateMaster of Nursing<br />Major in Medical – Surgical Nursing<br />Western Mindanao State University<br />Zamboanga City, Philippines<br />March 31, 2004<br />Professional Master of Nursing Certificate<br />Major in Medical – Surgical Nursing <br />Western Mindanao State University<br />April, 1994 – Oct., 1995<br />CollegeBachelor of Science in Nursing<br />Western Mindanao State University<br />Zamboanga City, Philippines<br />1989 - 1993<br />High SchoolClaret High School<br />Zamboanga City, Philippines<br />1985 – 1989<br />ElementaryZamboanga East Central School<br />Zamboanga City, Philippines<br />1979 – 1985<br />III. Employment History / Work Experience<br />February 19, 2009 up to the presentChief Nurse<br />ZAEC Community Medical Center<br />Zamboanga City<br />July 1, 1997 up to the presentClassroom / Clinical Instructor<br />Universidad de Zamboanga<br />School of Allied Medicine-Nursing Department<br />Zamboanga City<br />School Year 2004 -2005 to Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program Chair<br />School Year 2007-2008Universidad De Zamboanga <br />School of Allied Medicine – Nursing Department<br />Zamboanga City<br />January 2005 to December 2007Clinic Nurse / Secretary<br />Dr. Casto P. Hermino ,Jr. Psychiatric Clinic<br />Zamboanga City<br />May, 1, 1996 – August 31, 1996Nurse Trainee on Intensive Coronary Care Unit<br />Zamboanga City Medical Center<br />Zamboanga City<br />June 21, 1995 – October 1995College Instructor<br />Universidad de Zamboanga<br />Zamboanga City<br />Nov. 1, 1993 – January 31, 1994Volunteer Nurse<br />Zamboanga City Medical Center<br />Zamboanga City <br />IV. Examinations Taken<br />Nurse Licensure Examination May 15, 1993Passed<br />CGFNS (Commission on Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools)July 12, 2006Passed<br />IELTS (International English Language Testing System)March 10, 2007Passed<br />V. Job Description<br />Duties and Functions as Chief Nurse<br />Carries full administrative responsibility and authority for the entire nursing service of the hospital<br />Participates in formulating hospital policies, in developing and evaluating programs and services <br />Assumes full authority and responsibility for development of nursing service policies <br />Organizes, directs, coordinates, evaluates activities of the nursing staff which allow for satisfaction and professional growth<br />Provide means and methods by which nursing personnel can interpret the goals and policies of hospital nursing service to the patient and to the public <br />Initiates and evaluates procedures for the improvement of nursing in relation to the total care of patients<br />Directs planning and implementation of staff development programs for different categories of nursing personnel<br />Directs nursing personnel in functions related to the clinical training program of nursing students and other affiliates<br />Defines job descriptions for each category of nursing personnel <br />Recruits and recommends personnel for appointment, promotion or dismissal<br /> <br />Duties and Functions as BSN Program Chair<br />Regular:<br />Exercises academic leadership by maintaining a curriculum that is competitive among schools and responsive to the needs of the clientele<br />Maintains a conducive working and learning environment to enhance a culture of excellence<br />Summarizes and evaluates the results of the students of the student’s performance<br />Oversees daily and usual activities of faculty<br />Monitors activities of students within the college<br />Renders professional or personal advice to students and faculty<br />Monitors, plans and evaluate the research activities of faculty and students<br />Keeps all documents and files of faculty and students<br />Monitors dropouts and be able to identify reasons for the dropout with corresponding measure to minimize dropout<br />Monitors the success and failure of graduates and trace their whereabouts and establishes linkages with them<br />Work with the clinical instructors in the scheduling, clinical experience of the interns<br />Occasional:<br />Establishes linkages with professional associations and agencies of the government<br />Plans for co-curricular activities of the students and faculty<br />Recommends for curricular changes and activities in syllabi and Instructor’s Guide<br />Supervises and coaches faculty members to teach effectively and efficiently using innovative teaching methods<br />Plans, organizes and conducts seminars, conference, and workshop to further develop faculty and students <br />Defines related community and extension programs<br />Conducts periodic assessment of faculty performance recommended promotion and suggests appropriate action to enhance teaching capabilities<br />Identify students with special talents and design a program for the further enhancement of such talent <br />Conducts review of board subject for better performance of the graduates<br />Coordinates with the other department chairperson and the Registrar for synchronized scheduling<br />Plans for growth and sustainability of the department<br />Teaches her specialization subjects<br />Interprets circulars or memoranda received and communicates these to faculty under her<br />Plans and prepares academic calendar development programs and submits them to the Dean for recommendation to Academic Council<br />Participates in recruiting eligible and competent faculty members<br />Reviews grades submitted by faculty prior to submission to the Dean and Registrar<br />Conduct content validation of Tests<br />Lead in the syllabi and Instructor’s Guide review in her assigned program<br />Conducts regular appraisal of faculty performance and recommends development plan for them<br />Prepares observation plan of teachers in her area and implements this plan every semester<br />Duties and Functions as Clinical Instructor<br />To supervise and handle Level III Nursing Students at Ciudad Medical Zamboanga for their Related Learning Experience<br />Conducts Oral and Written Examination<br />To guide the students in achieving their primary goal in acquiring knowledge, skills, and attitude by utilizing the Nursing Process ( Assessment, Analysis, Planning, Implementation, and Evaluation )<br />Computes results of examinations and submits grades to the department<br />To demonstrate and evaluate the students competence level in carrying out independent and dependent nursing procedures / functions in caring for patients with medical health related problems<br />To assist and monitor students in the application of theories and concepts learned in the classroom to actual practice<br />The tasks are similar to those of a regular staff nurse in a clinical area set – up where prudence and critical thinking are required in order to provide a safe and cost – effective nursing care management.<br />To develop competent and globally competitive nurses<br />Cases handled:<br />Medical: Pneumonia, Acute Gastroenteritis, Trauma ( Falls and Vehicular Accidents)<br /> Diabetes Mellitus I and II, Hyperthyroidism, Goiter, Acute and Chronic Renal <br /> Diseases, Cardiovascular Diseases, Hypertension, Glaucoma, etc.<br />Equipments Handled:<br />Portable Nebulizers, Inhalation Machines, Sphygmomanometer, Pulse Oximeter, Oxygen Apparatus, Glucometer, Mechanical Bed, Suction Machine<br />Duties and Functions as a Clinic Nurse / Secretary<br />Assist Physician in providing quality patient care to all patients<br />Assesses patient’s condition while taking vital signs<br />Assist the Physician in examining patients<br />Carry out Doctor’s Orders<br />Administer drugs <br />Perform Nursing Procedures<br /> <br />Cases Handled:<br />Patients with Psychiatric Disorders <br />Duties and Functions of Nurse Trainees ( ICCU and Heart Clinic )<br />Intensive Coronary Care Unit<br />Continuous assessment of the patient’s cardiac output status with the use of monitoring equipment and by repeated direct observation of the patient<br />Routine nursing care of patient with acute myocardial infarction<br />Treatment of the patient with acute myocardial infarction<br />Laboratory procedure: take 12 lead ECG<br />Emotional support for patient<br />Communication – explain the concept of monitoring to the patient to prevent complication and obtain cooperation<br />Record keeping – clearly indicate all variations of ECG or clinical condition in precise manner<br />Heart Clinic<br />Takes the 12 Lead ECG of admitted and out patients.<br />Interprets arrhythmias, 12 lead ECG and reports unusual findings to the physicians<br />Connects patients who come in for check up to the cardiac monitoring device, if cardiologist desires to have a 1 full minute rhythm strip<br />Takes and records vital signs of patients<br />Administer oxygen inhalation to patients who may develop lethal cardiac arrhythmias while ECG is being performed<br />Conducts patient’s watchers class on CVD topics<br />Assists the Nurse Supervisor in the Treadmill / exercise test of outpatient:<br />Gets the consent of the patient / nearest relative before the procedure <br />Gathers baseline data of the patient<br />Takes and records the vital signs before, during, and after the exercise test.<br />Cases Handled:<br />Patients with:<br />Myocardial Infarction<br />Premature Ventricular Contractions<br />Atrial Fibrillation<br />Congestive Heart Failure<br />Equipments / Machines Used:<br />ECG Machine<br />Defibrillator<br />Pulse Oximeter<br />Cardiac Monitor<br />Duties and Functions as a Volunteer Nurse<br />Surgical Ward<br />Plans, Implements and evaluates nursing care<br />Takes and records vital signs<br />Reviews the Endorsement notes together with the assigned nurse for updates<br />Carry out Doctor’s Order<br />Prepares patient for diagnostic tests, Laboratory exams <br />Administer pre-op drugs<br />Endorses patient to OR Nurse<br />Assesses wound dressings and document <br />Observes signs and symptoms, institutes remedial actions when appropriate and records these in the chart <br />Explain Discharge Instructions ( medication, diet, wound care, potential complications, follow – up with physician ) to patient<br />Gives direct nursing care<br />Observes medical asepsis<br />Cases handled:<br />Appendectomy, Craniectomy, Exploratory Laparotomy, Cholecystectomy, TAHBSO<br />Equipments / Machines Used:<br />Mechanical Ventilator, Nebulizer, Pulse Oximeter, Suction Machine, Stethoscope, Sphygmomanometer<br />VI. Trainings / Seminars / Conferences / Consultations Attended<br />2009 Summit on Common Childhood Neurobehavioral Disorders<br />Zamboanga City Medical Center – Pediatrics Department<br />Convention Center, Garden Orchid Hotel, Zamboanga City<br />February 6-7, 2009<br />Seminar Workshop on “ Service Ethics & Accountability, Wellness in the <br />Workplace & Internal Marketing”<br />Universidad de Zamboanga<br />UZ Entrepreneurship Management Center, Zamboanga City<br />September 5-6, 2008<br />Seminar Workshop on “Teacher’s Made Test through Authentic Assessment “<br />Universidad de Zamboanga – School of Allied Medicine<br />UZ Entrepreneurial Mgt. Bldg., Zamboanga City<br />August 28, 2008<br />Seminar on “SAM Faculty: Beyond Intelligence “<br />Universidad de Zamboanga – School of Allied Medicine<br />Blue Beach Resort, Calarian, Zamboanga City<br />August 26, 2008<br />Seminar on “ National Core Competency Standards of Nursing & the Nurse Licensure Examination Test Framework”<br />Phil. Nurses Association – Zamboanga City Chapter<br />Celebrity Hall, Grand Astoria Hotel, Zamboanga City<br />April 8, 2008<br />Seminar on “Sustaining and Enriching UZ Cultural Values”<br />Universidad de Zamboanga<br />UZ Entrepreneurial Management Center, Zamboanga City<br />March 26, 2008<br />Physical Fitness Seminar<br />Universidad de Zamboanga – School of Allied Medicine<br />Woodland Resort, Zamboanga City<br />August 29, 2007<br />Seminar – Workshop on “ Trends in Leadership and Globalization “<br />Philippine Nurses Association – Zamboanga City Chapter<br />Celebrity Hall, Grand Astoria Hotel, Zamboanga City<br />August 11, 2007<br />Seminar on Integrated Management on Childhood Illnesses<br />UZ – College of Nursing<br />UZ - Nursing Skills Laboratory, Zamboanga City <br />August 4, 2007<br />Zonal Public Consultation on the Proposed Policies and Standards for Nursing<br />Education<br />CHED – TCNE<br />Crown Regency Hotel, Davao City<br />August 2, 2007 <br />IV Therapy Training Program<br />Association of Nursing Service Administration of the Philippines, Inc. ( ANSAP )<br />Camp Navarro General Hospital, Zamboanga City<br />March 27 – 29, 2007<br />Nursing Updates on “The Roles of PNA in forging Global Partnership for <br />a Preferred Future in Health Care”<br />PNA – Zamboanga City Chapter <br />Grand Astoria Hotel, Zamboanga City<br />November 11, 2006<br />ADPCN 47TH Annual Convention <br />Association of Deans of Philippine Colleges of Nursing, Inc. ( ADPCN)<br />Fiesta Pavillion, Manila Hotel<br />October 17, 2006<br />Seminar on Pharmacology, Burns and Poisoning<br />Power World Education Unlimited, Inc.<br />Grand Astoria Hotel, Zamboanga City<br />September 30, 2006<br />Training on STI – HIV / AIDS Prevention and Control<br />City Health Office<br />Grand Astoria Hotel, Zamboanga City<br />September 30, 2006<br />Seminar – Workshop on Research Agenda Development<br />Universidad de Zamboanga<br />Grand Astoria Hotel, Zamboanga City<br />August 9, 2006<br />Seminar on Childhood Disease Management: An Update<br />Council of Deans for Health Related Courses, Inc. Region IX<br />Brent Colleges Inc., Zamboanga City<br />October 25, 2005<br />Seminar – Workshop on “ Instructional Management “<br />ADPCN, Inc. <br />Cebu Normal University, Cebu City<br />February 11 – 12, 2005<br />Seminar- Workshop on Trends in “Teaching Strategies for Health<br />Related Courses”<br />Council of Deans for Health Related Courses, Inc. Reg. IX<br />Top Plaza Hotel, Dipolog City<br />October 14 – 15, 2004<br />Seminar on Newborn Screening and OB - Gyne Issues<br />Mother & Child Nurses Association of the Philippines<br />Southcom, AFP, Zamboanga City<br />July 26, 2004<br />Seminar – Workshop on Information Technology and Research: An Enhancement of Teaching Performance<br />Zamboanga A.E. Colleges Foundation, Inc.<br />Summit Center, Zamboanga City<br />March 1 – 2, 2004<br />Enhancing Personal Effectiveness Workshop<br />Zamboanga A.E. Colleges<br />Zamboanga State Colleges of Marine Science and Technology, Zamboanga City<br />February 16-17, 2004<br />Seminar – Workshop on Organizational Excellence, Quality Customer <br />Service and 5’S<br />Zamboanga A.E. Colleges Foundation, Inc.<br />Zamboanga State Colleges of Marine Science and Technology, Zamboanga City<br />January 30, 2004<br />5 – day Training of Faculty Members for Primary Health Care I & II<br />ADPCN, Inc.<br />Pilar College, Zamboanga City<br />May 5 – 9, 2003<br />3rd National Conference on Health Professions Education<br />National Teacher Training Center for the Health Professions (NTTC)<br />University of the Philippines Manila<br />UP College of Dentistry Auditorium, Manila<br />October 17 – 18, 2002<br />Seminar on “ Diabetes and Hypertension”<br />Zamboanga A.E. Colleges<br />School of Allied Medicine Audio Visual Room, Zamboanga<br />October 3, 2002<br />Seminar on Migrating Overseas Why Not?<br />Philippine Health Social Science Association (PHSSA) -<br />Western Mindanao <br />Grand Astoria Hotel, Zamboanga City<br />September 20, 2002<br />Seminar – Workshop on the “ AHSE Curriculum “<br />Commission on Higher Education, Reg. IX<br />Grand Astoria Hotel, Zamboanga City<br />August 15 – 16, 2002<br />VII. References<br />Norma E. Simborio, RN, MAN, DM<br />Former Dean, School of Allied Medicine<br />Zamboanga City<br />Current Dean – College of Nursing<br /> Cagayan de Oro College<br />Cagayan de Oro City<br />Luis P. Bazan, RPh, MaEd<br />Pharmacy Program Chair<br />Universidad de Zamboanga<br />School of Allied Medicine<br />Zamboanga City<br />Vivian C. Rubares, RN, MAN, Ph.D.<br />Supervisor<br />Commission on Higher Education<br />Zamboanga City<br />