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Elaine G. Warner CV 2016

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Elaine G. Warner CV 2016

  1. 1. ELAINE G. WARNER, JD, MS, RN 282 Blossom Hill Drive Lancaster, PA 17601 717-560-6717 elainewarner@comcast.net EDUCATION Juris Doctor Widener University School of Law, Harrisburg, PA, May 2000 Master of Science Nursing Major with clinical emphasis in Cardiovascular Nursing University of Delaware, Newark, DE, August, 1986 Honors: Appointed by student body as representative to faculty Received traineeship for study Magna Cum Laude Bachelor of Science in Nursing York College of PA, York, PA, May 1981 Honors: Member of Sigma Theta Tau, Eta Eta Chapter Bachelor of Science Degree in Early Childhood Education Towson State University, Towson, MD, May 1977 Honors: Graduated Cum Laude Member of Kappa Delta Pi, Epsilon Alpha Chapter EMPLOYMENT Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Whippany, NJ (May 2007- present) Medical Science Liaison III, Hematology (February 2014 – present) Additional responsibilities include the development and maintenance of hemophilia library on-line. Academic mentor for all new hires on MSL hemophilia team. Development of slide library which covers a spectrum of topics in hematology. Management and reporting of MSL monthly performance metrics. Responsible for ongoing educational development of team. Medical Science Liaison II, Hematology (May 2007 – February 2014) Responsibilities include establishing, fostering, cultivating and maintaining relationships with thought leaders (TLs), Hemophilia Treatment Centers and hemophilia chapters on the east coast with the end goal of building a strong base of advocacy. Serves as a conduit for accurate and updated clinical, scientific and medical information among TLs, other investigators and the company's Medical Affairs group. Recruits academic centers for participation in Phase I-III company trials. Assures that scientific and product information is current, relevant and readily available to clinicians and acts as the primary clinical/scientific resource in the region. Translates dense academic information into engaging TL conversations. Effectively partners with cross functional partners through in- house committees which include Payer Strategies and Legal Medical Review. Answers physician requests for information in a timely and compliant manner. !1
  2. 2. Elaine G. Warner Associates, Lancaster, PA (July 2006 – April 2007) Started Medical Legal Consulting company. Review patient records for issues and discrepancies for plaintiff and defense law firms. Activities involve giving an analysis on strength of case, construing a timeline of events and finding previously unknown facts from the patient records. Consultation with attorneys, paralegals and other staff members continuous throughout case. Reliant Pharmaceuticals, LLC, Liberty Corner, NJ (May 2003- June 2006) Associate Director, Medical Science Liaisons (March 14, 2005 – June 1, 2006) Responsible for the entire CV line which included Antara, Lescol XL, DynaCirc CR, Rythmol SR, and Innopran XL. Involved in pre-launch KOL development activities for Omacor. Managed Care MSL point person for national account presentations on the east coast and in the mid-west regions. Medicaid MSL point person for presentations in the Mid-Atlantic and southern states. Continues to provide leadership and vision to MSL East coast team. Medical Science Liaison, Mid-Atlantic (May 2003 – March 2005) Performed as a Medical Science Liaison for Lescol XL, DynaCirc CR, Innopran XL and Rythmol SR. Worked with the Managed Care Account Representatives to formulate and give appropriate scientific presentations to key members of P & T committees at managed care organizations. Developed key thought leaders in established product line and identified and developed national thought leaders for launch of new product Rythmol SR. Developed training materials in cardiac anatomy and electrophysiology and assisted in preparing specialty sales group for Rythmol launch in 1/04. Launched Antara in 3/05. Served as a role model and mentor to less experienced members of the MSL group. Science Oriented Solutions (May 2003 – November 2003) Contracted exclusively to Reliant Pharmaceuticals as a MSL; became a full time employee of Reliant in November 2003. Apria Home Infusion (September 2002 –March 2005) Staff Nurse per diem Friday nights/weekends/holidays - Responsibilities included care and maintenance of PICC lines, teaching patients administration of antibiotics, blood draws and patient assessments in the home. Gave steroidals for MS exacerbations, anti-infectives and chemotherapy. Merck & Co. West Point, PA (January 1997 – May 2003) !2
  3. 3. Executive Acute Hospital Care Representative (September 2002 - April 2003) Promoted to Executive Representative sales level for same product line. Concentrated sales call efforts to Infectious Disease physicians and the treatment of sepsis. Managed and negotiated all Merck hospital contracts with pharmacy directors. Senior Acute Hospital Care Representative (January 2001- September 2002) Responsibilities: Function as a hospital sales representative for Vioxx and anti-infectives( Primaxin, Cancidas and Invanz) and infections/ sepsis. Primarily called on surgeons, infectious disease, residents, oncologists and anesthesiologists for the promotion of product line. Finished #1 in PPO in district, #3 in Mid-Atlantic and promoted to Senior Hospital Representative in 2001. Acute Coronary Syndromes Specialist (January 1998 – 2001) Responsibilities: Function as a sales representative for the launch of Aggrastat. Primarily call on hospitals and interventional cardiologists. Asked to assist with the development of a nurse consultant program for launch. Taught ECG course to Phase II Aggrastat representatives. Assigned as a mentor for new hospital and specialty representatives. Highest PPO in district for 1999. Ranked highest in performance and leadership in Mid-Atlantic in 1998. Received discretionary bonus award in 2000. Promoted to Senior Representative in 2001. Health Maintenance Consultant (January 1997 - December 1997) Responsibilities: Functioned as an outcomes specialist who called on physicians regarding the diagnostic groups of congestive heart failure and hyperlipidemia. Implemented quality assurance data reviews on hyperlipidemia and heart failure in ten physician offices. Implemented retroactive data analysis with follow up management in five physician offices. Created opportunity to present CHIPS data analysis to five hospital accounts for congestive heart failure. Developed one advocate physician speaker. Dunamis, Inc. (April 1996- January 1997) Independently owned consultant business April 1996 - January 1997 Responsibilities: Function as an independent educational and clinical consultant to Genentech, Inc. primarily in the Northeast Region but lectured nationally on the National Registry of Myocardial Infarction. Genentech, Inc. South San Francisco, CA Regional Clinical Coordinator, Mid-Atlantic Region (September 1989- April 1996) !3
  4. 4. Responsibilities: Functioned as a regional liaison in Mid-Atlantic for a Phase IV post-marketing study for myocardial infarction. Study responsibilities for 185 hospitals include: choosing appropriate centers for inclusion in the study, training all centers on implementation and data input, helping centers understand data and protocol updates where data indicated lack of alignment with national standards. Also responsible for developing and marketing appropriate educational programs for nurses which illustrate the latest research and trends in treating myocardial infarction. Troubleshoot clinical situations in which thrombolytic therapy is under or ill-appropriately utilized. Manager of regional nursing education budget with a consultant force of 40 nurses. Help write and obtain funding for research protocols/projects. Frequently chosen by peers to be national speaker. Trained on Pulmozyme and started calling on CF clinics with representatives. Proficient on Mircosoft Windows, Excel, and Lotus Graphics. Criticare, Inc., Holmes, PA Independent Nurse Contractor (December 1991 -2003) Responsibilities: Work as a critical care staff nurse in an open heart unit, CCU, and general medical-surgical ICU in a large community hospital. Polyclinic Medical Center, Harrisburg, PA Clinical Nurse Specialist, Cardiothoracic/Vascular Surgery (January 1988 - September 1989) Responsibilities: Performed the roles of Clinical Consultant, Educator, Practitioner and Researcher in Critical Care. Courses taught included CCRN Review and Critical Care Course (hematology, cardiology, oncology, endocrinology) ; updated Critical Care Course in AACN core curriculum format. Actively precepted new nurses and students weekly. Served as clinical graduate faculty for 1 graduate school. Arranged 2 seminars for nationally known nursing speakers to lecture at Polyclinic Medical Center. Participated on Products Committee and trialed many products to improve patient care. Revised Critical Care flow sheets. Submitted several standards of care for adoption into practice. Rehab Hospital of York, York, PA Director, Cardiopulmonary Rehab & Sleep Disorder Center (July 1986 - January 1988) Responsibilities: Fiscal and personnel management of 3 departments. Planned and implemented the ventilator-weaning program and the out- patient pulmonary rehab program. Planned, developed, and implemented the Sleep Disorders Center. Started preliminary research on cholesterol and skin-fold measurements pre- and post- cardiac rehab. Established standards and protocols for practice in Cardiac Rehab, Pulmonary Services, and the Sleep Disorders Center. Was very active on hospital Speaker’s Bureau and the AHA to the community regarding prevention and living with heart disease. Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services Staff Nurse- Step-Down Trauma Unit (July 1985 - July 1986) Responsibilities: Float staff nurse on a step-down ortho, neuro, and surgical unit. Neuro unit included head trauma and spinal cord !4
  5. 5. patients who were critically injured and required extensive rehab. Worked directly with patients with severe infections which included MSRA, VRSA and sepsis. FACULTY Clinical Instructor, Critical Care Course- Undergraduate Program POSITIONS Thomas Jefferson University at satellite Polyclinic Medical Center, Harrisburg PA September 1989 - June 1991 Clinical Associate- Graduate Program Villanova University at York College, York, PA January 1989 - January 1990 CONSULTANT Research Consultant POSITIONS National research project on the effects of non-invasive blood pressure cuff monitoring in patients who are post-thrombolytic therapy. Shadyside Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA April 1991 - May 1993 Research Consultant Regional research project regarding cost and nursing time elements when administering thrombolytic therapy. St. Peter’s Medical Center May 1992 - June 1994 Research Consultant National research project evaluating the ability of ED & CCU nurses in the interpretation of 12 lead ECGs. June 1992 - September 1993 Research Consultant State wide research project evaluating the perceptions of ED nurses evaluations of male vs. female chest pain patients. January 1993 - March 1996 Lecturer- RN Preceptor Genentech, Inc. February 1989 - September 1989 BOOK REVIEWS Reviewer- Vascular Disorders Section Nurse Review Update 6, Springhouse, Corporation, Bethlehem, PA May 1991 Reviewer- Activase Therapy in AMI and PE: Nursing Care Guidelines Genentech, Inc. South San Francisco, CA July, 1991 Revised July 1995 Reviewer & Author: Coronary By-Pass Grafting, Carotid Endarterectomy, Heart Valve Replacement, Pacemaker !5
  6. 6. Insertion, Pericardiocentesis, Vascular Repair, Valvuloplasty, Thrombolytic Therapy, sections. First & Second Editions Handbook of Medical-Surgical Nursing, Springhouse Corporation, Bethlehem, PA September 1993 PUBLICATIONS Warner, E.G. 1986. The Relationship Between the Variables of Interpersonal Trust, Significant Life Events, and the Occurrence of Selected Coronary Heart Disease Risk Factors. Unpublished master’s thesis, University of Delaware, Newark, DE. Warner, E.G. 1988. Everything You Wanted to Know About Open Hearts....And Then Some. Unpublished manuscript, Polyclinic Medical Center, Harrisburg, PA. Warner, E.G. 1993. Atherectomy, Coronary By-Pass Grafting, Carotid Endarterectomy, Handbook of Therapeutic Interventions. Springhouse Publishing, Philadelphia, PA. LECTURES MSL Presentations To Managed Care/Government Organizations “Introducing Innopran XL” 05/28/2003- CareMark, Chicago, Illinois 07/29/2003- United Healthcare, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 08/28/2003- CareFirst, Baltimore, MD 11/05/03 – Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Newark, NJ 01/08/04- HIP of New York State, NY 01/16/04- Geisinger Health Plan, Danville, PA 01/23/04- Capital Blue Cross, Harrisburg, PA 01/27/04- Coventry Health Care, Harrisburg, PA 01/28/04- Blue Cross, Wilkes-Barre, PA 02/17/04- Vytra, Melville, NY 04/07/04- Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey, Newark, NJ 04/28/04- United Health Care, Minneapolis, MN 06/21/04- Coventry of DE, Wilmington, DE 06/30/04- Excellus Blue Cross Blue Shield, Rochester, NY 09/20/04- Medicaid of VA, Richmond, VA 06/01/05- Medicaid of DE, Christiana, DE “Lescol XL for the Management of Hyperlipidemia” 07/02/03- Ohio Medicaid, Columbus, Ohio 09/20/04- Medicaid of VA, Richmond, VA “DynaCirc for the Management of Hypertension” 11/24/03- Veterans Administration, VISN #4, Pittsburgh, PA 09/20/04- Medicaid of VA, Richmond, VA “Rythmol for the Management of Atrial Arrhythmias” 01/08/04 – HIP of New York State, NY, NY 01/16/04 - Geisinger Health Plan, Danville, PA 01/23/03- BC of Harrisburg, PA !6
  7. 7. 01/28/04 – BC of Wilkes-Barre, PA 02/12/04 – BC/BS of NJ, Newark, NJ 02/17/04 – BC/BS – New York, NY 04/28/04 – United Health Care, Minneapolis, MN 05/14/04 – Health Net NE, Shelton, CT 06/09004 – Cleveland Clinic EP Lab 06/21/04 – Coventry of DE 06/30/04 – Excellus - Rochester, NY 06/30/04 – Innoviant – Madison, WI 11/23/04 – CareFirst – Baltimore, MD 01/11/05 - United Health Care, Minneapolis, MN 01/12/05 – Express Scripts, Bloomington, MN 01/12/05 – BC/BS of Minnesota, Eagan, MN 02/15/06 – BC/BS Horizon of NJ, Newark, NJ 04/11/06 – Prime Therapeutics, Minneapolis, MN “Antara for the Treatment of Hyperlipidemia” 01/11/05 - United Health Care, Minneapolis, MN 01/12/05 – Express Scripts, Bloomington, MN 01/12/05 – BC/BS of Minnesota, Eagan, MN 06/01/05- Medicaid of DE, Christiana, DE 11/04/06 – Indiana Medicaid, Indianapolis, IN 02/15/06 – BC/BS Horizon of NJ, Newark, NJ “Omacor for the Treatment of Dyslipidemia” 06/21/05 – BC/BS North Carolina, Raleigh, NC 06/29/05 – PharmaCare, Pittsburgh, PA 08/03/05 – Geisinger Health Plan, Danville, PA 08/11/05 – Coventry, Harrisburg, PA 09/14/05 – Walgreens, Chicago, IL 09/15/05 – SumaCare, Akron, OH 09/20/05 – Paramount, Toledo, OH 09/23/05 – UPMC Health Plan, Pittsburgh, PA 11/02/05 - BC/BS South Carolina 11/02/05 - South Carolina Medicaid 11/10/05 - Care First, Baltimore, MD 01/12/06 - Keystone Mercy, Philadelphia, PA 03/08/06 – PA Medicaid, Harrisburg, PA 04/11/06 – Prime Therapeutics, Minneapolis, MN 05/10/06 – Blue Cross of Northeastern PA, Wilkes-Barre, PA AACN PROGRAMS “Comparison of Thrombolytic Agents Indicated for the Treatment of AMI” Chapter Meetings Peabody, MA - June 1990 Atlantic City, NJ - September 1990 Freehold, NJ - April 1991 “ABC’s of Adjunctive Therapy With Thrombolysis” AACN Chapter Meetings Boston, MA - June 1990 !7
  8. 8. Parsippany, WI - October 1992 Baltimore, MD - February 1993 Englewood, NJ - February 1993 La Plata, MD - September 1993 Baltimore, MD - October 1993 National Meetings San Francisco, CA - May,1990 (NTI Pre-Conference) Boston, MA - May 1991 (NTI Pre-Conference) New Orleans, LA - May 1992 (NTI Main Session) Anaheim, CA - May 1993 (NTI Main Session) Philadelphia, PA - March 1993 (TRENDS in CV Nursing) “Women’s Cardiovascular Health Issues” Pittsburgh, PA - September 1994 Allentown, PA - April 1995 Altoona, PA - May 1995 “Valvular Disease: Nursing Implications” Warminster, PA - March 1991 (SePA Satellite Chapter) “Peripheral Vascular Disease” Warminster, PA - March 1992 (SePA Satellite Chapter) “Key to Commitment” CCRN Luncheon- Atlantic City, NJ - February 1991 “If It’s Meant to Be, It’s Up to Me!! Philadelphia, PA - October 1995 ENA PROGRAMS “Comparison of Thrombolytic Agents Indicated for the Treatment of Acute Myocardial Infarction” Chapter Programs Scranton, PA - April 1990 Williamsport, PA - May 1990 Phillipsburg, NJ - October 1990 York, PA - March 1991 Dover, DE - April 1991 “Diagnosis & Patient Selection for AMI Easton, PA - November 1992 Doylestown, PA - November 1993 Sewickly, PA - September 1994 “ABC’s of Adjunctive Therapy With Thrombolysis” Chapter Programs Pittsburgh, PA - September 1992 Washington, DC - February 1993 National Programs Orlando, FL - September 1993 (National ENA Meeting) “12 Lead ECG Interpretation Made Easy” !8
  9. 9. Baltimore, MD - October 1993 “Heart Disease & Pregnancy” National Program San Antonio, TX - September 1994 (National ENA Meeting) “If It’s Meant to Be, It’s Up to Me!! National Program Nashville, TN - September 1995 (National ENA Meeting) “Women’s Cardiovascular Health Issues” National Program Nashville, TN - September 1995 (National ENA Meeting) “Heart Talk” (4 hour intensive ECG program) New York, NY - November 1996 Study Coordinator’s Meeting for the National Registry of Myocardial Infarction-2 Training Baltimore, MD - June 1994 White Plains, NY - March 1996 Princeton, NJ - July 1994 Providence, RI - March 1996 Pittsburgh, PA - July 1994 Scranton, PA - April 1996 Harrisburg, PA - August 1994 Rochester, NY - April 1996 Baltimore, MD - September 1994 Albany, NY - April 1996 Baltimore, MD - November 1994 Boston, MA April 1996 Buffalo, NY - March 1996 New York, NY - April 1996 Erie, PA - April 1996 Cumberland, MD - September 1996 Wilkes-Barre, PA - September 1996 Harrisburg, PA - September 1996 Reston, VA - September 1996 Columbus, OH - November 1996 Uniontown, PA - November 1996 Columbus, OH - December 1996 “Thrombolysis and Stroke” Buffalo, NY - October 1996 Philadelphia, PA - November 1996 Philadelphia, PA - January 1997 National Registry of Myocardial Infarction-2 Study Symposium San Diego, CA - June 1996 - Heart Save; Salvaging Myocardium Through the 15 & 18 Lead ECG Washington, D.C. - June 1996 - Heart Save: Salvaging Myocardium Through the 15 Lead & the 18 Lead ECG Seattle, WA - September 1996 - Salvaging Myocardium Through Prompt Interpretation of the 15 & the 18-Lead ECG. Chicago, II - November 1996 - Salvaging Myocardium Through Prompt Interpretation of the 15 & 18-Lead ECG. “Matters of the Heart” - “The 12 & 15 Lead ECG and Ectopy vs. Aberrancy on the ECG” 4 hours Waynesboro, PA - September 1996 Syracuse, NY - October 1996 Binghamton, NY - October 1996 !9
  10. 10. Boston, MA - October 1996 Danbury, CT - November 1996 Sayre, PA - November 1996 Scranton, PA - November 1996 Bloomsburg, PA - November 1996 Hanover, PA - December 1996 “Matters of the Heart” -” Heart Disease & Pregnancy” Philadelphia, PA - March 1994 Iselin, NJ - April 1994 Pittsburgh, PA - April 1994 Fairfield, NJ - April 1994 Linthicum Heights, MD - May 1994 Arlington, VA - May 1994 “12 Lead ECG Interpretation Made Easy” Frostburg, MD - September 1992 Hazelton, PA - September 1992 Bloomsburg, PA - September 1992 Indiana, PA - September 1992 Philadelphia, PA - October 1992 Washington, DC - October 1992 Easton, PA - October 1992 Fair Oaks, VA - October 1992 Lancaster, PA - October 1992 Toms River, NJ - October 1992 Baltimore, MD - November 1992 Romney, WV - November 1992 Washington, DC - November 1992 Andrews AFB - December 1992 Pittsburgh, PA - December 1992 Philadelphia, PA - December 1992 Williamsport, PA - January 1993 Jameson, PA - January 1993 Bulter, PA - January 1993 Pittsburgh, PA - January 1993 Brownsville, WV - January 1993 Washington, DC - January 1993 Englewood, NJ - January 1993 Turnersville, NJ - February 1993 West Orange, NJ - February 1993 Pittsburgh, PA - February 1993 Lancaster, PA - March 1993 Allentown, PA - March 1993 Butler, PA - March 1993 Elizabeth, NJ - March 1993 Wilkes-Barre. PA - March 1993 Morgantown, WV - April 1993 Hackettstown, NJ - April 1993 Hunterdon, NJ - April 1993 Chester, PA - April 1993 Bayonne, NJ - April 1993 Johnstown, PA - May 1993 Ephrata, PA - May 1993 Lancaster, PA - June 1993 Pompton Plains, NJ - June 1993 Washington, DC - June 1993 Turnersville, NJ - July 1993 Denville, NJ -August 1993 Hoboken, NJ - August 1993 Indiana, PA - August 1993 Pittsburgh, PA - August 1993 Pompton Plains, August 1993 Clarion PA - September 1993 Lehighton, PA - September 1993 Chester, DE - September 1993 Clearfield, PA - October 1993 Washington, DC - October 1993 Irvington, NJ - October 1993 East Orange, NJ - October 1993 Millville, NJ - October 1993 Pittsburgh, PA - October 1993 Camp Hill, PA - October 1993 Lancaster, PA - February 1995 “Interpreting 12 Lead ECGs” Pittsburgh, PA - October 1991 Mt. Vernon, VA - November 1991 Indiana, PA - May 1992 Dubois, PA - June 1992 !10
  11. 11. “Patient Diagnosis for Acute Myocardial Infarction” Harrisburg, PA - October 1991 Pittsburgh, PA - April 1992 Philadelphia, PA - November 1992 Pittsburgh, PA - April 1993 Pittsburgh, PA - August 1993 “Women and Myocardial Infarction” George Washington Annual Nursing Symposium, Washington, DC - September 1993 “Diagnosis and Patient Selection for AMI” Frederick, MD - February 1994 Lewes, DE - October 1994 Johnstown, PA - February 1995 “Matters of the Heart” - “Adjunctive Therapy During Thrombolysis” Philadelphia, PA - March 1992 Philadelphia, PA - May 1993 Newark, NJ - April 1992 Washington, DC - May 1993 Baltimore, MD - April 1992 Pittsburgh, PA - May 1993 Pittsburgh, PA - April 1992 Baltimore, MD - May 1993 Newark, NJ - June 1992 Altoona, PA - May 1993 Washington, DC - June 1992 Harrisburg, PA - June 1993 Philadelphia, PA - July 1992 Clarksburg, WV - June 1993 Newark, NJ - June 1993 Baltimore, MD - September 1993 Washington, DC - September 1993 Philadelphia, PA - October 1993 Pittsburgh, PA - October 1993 Voorhees, NJ - October 1993 “Differentiating Ventricular Aberrancy From Ventricular Ectopy” Fourth Annual Critical Care Symposium, The Williamsport Hospital and Medical Center, Williamsport, PA April, 1990 Freehold, NJ - April 1991 “Adjunctive Therapy to Thrombolysis: A Nursing Perspective” National Cardiovascular Nursing Symposium Washington, DC - September 1991 “Nursing Issues in Thrombolytic Therapy: Implications for Practice” Pittsburgh, PA - June 1990 Baltimore, MD - June 1990 Philadelphia, PA - June 1990 Baltimore, MD - July 1990 Washington, DC - November 1990 Pittsburgh, PA - March 1991 Baltimore, MD - March 1991 Washington, DC - March 1991 Newark, NJ - March 1991 Philadelphia, PA - March 1991 !11
  12. 12. “Case Studies in Myocardial Infarction” Passaic, NJ - July 1991 Baltimore, MD - August 1991 Pottsville, PA - September 1991 Pittsburgh, PA - October 1991 Wetzel County, WV - October 1991 Mountainside, NJ - December 1991 Pittsburgh, PA - January 1992 Wilkes-Barre, PA - January 1992 Sharon, PA - April 1992 Indiana, PA - May 1992 Fairfax, VA - September 1996 Baltimore, MD - November 1996 Cambria, PA - November 1996 “ABC’s of Adjunctive Therapy in Thrombolysis” Altoona, PA - August 1991 Easton, PA - October 1991 Williamsport, PA - October 1991 Johnstown, PA - November 1991 Camden, NJ - December 1991 Pittsburgh, PA - July 1993 “Current Trends in the Treatment of Pulmonary Embolism” Philadelphia, PA - March 1991 Aliquippa, PA - September 1991 York, PA - March 1992 Philadelphia, PA - November 1996 “Nursing Issues In Thrombolytic Therapy” Pittsburgh, PA - January 1990 New York, NY - January 1990 Baltimore, MD - January 1990 Boston, MA - January 1990 Philadelphia, PA - January 1990 Newark, NJ - February 1990 Rochester, NY - February 1990 “Comparison of Thrombolytic Agents Indicated for Treatment Acute Myocardial Infarction” Pittsburgh, PA - May 1990 Williamsport, PA - May 1990 Scranton, PA - May 1990 Wilkes-Barre, PA - July 1990 Pittsburgh, PA - October 1990 Muhlenberg, NJ - January 1990 Philadelphia, PA - February 1990 “Differentiating Ventricular Aberrancy From Ventricular Ectopy” Fourth Annual Critical Care Symposium, The Williamsport Hospital and Medical Center, Williamsport, PA April, 1990 Freehold, NJ - April 1991 !12
  13. 13. “Adjunctive Therapy to Thrombolysis: A Nursing Perspective” National Cardiovascular Nursing Symposium Washington, DC - September 1991 “Nursing Issues in Thrombolytic Therapy: Implications for Practice” Pittsburgh, PA - June 1990 Baltimore, MD - June 1990 Philadelphia, PA - June 1990 Baltimore, MD - July 1990 Washington, DC - November 1990 Pittsburgh, PA - March 1991 Baltimore, MD - March 1991 Washington, DC - March 1991 Newark, NJ - March 1991 Philadelphia, PA - March 1991 “Update on Thrombolytic Therapy” York Hospital - March 1989 Hanover Hospital - April 1989 Memorial Hospital - August 1989 Jersey Shore Hospital - August 1989 Polyclinic Medical Center - September 1989 Lock Haven Hospital - October 1989 “Advances in the Treatment of Cardiovascular Diseases” Baltimore, MD - October 1989 New York, NY - November 1989 Philadelphia, PA - November 1989 Atlanta, GA - December 1989 New Haven, CT - December 1989 “Nursing Implications for the Patient Who Has Had Open Heart Surgery” Guest Lecturer for an undergraduate nursing class, Penn State University, Hershey, PA. March 1989 “Quality of Life Perceptions Following Coronary By-Pass Surgery Parke-Davis Regional Sales Meeting - October 1988 “Cholesterol & Heart Disease” Senior Citizens Center, York, PA - September 1988 “Interpersonal Skills in Nursing” AACN Chapter, Harrisburg, PA - May 1988 “Cardiac Rehab Makes A Difference” TV Spot - Channel 49 - February 1988 “The Importance of Rehabilitation” AARP - May 1987 “Stress Reduction & Heart Disease” Mall Walkers Association - May 1987 !13
  14. 14. “Identification of Risk Factors & Prevention of Heart Disease” Mended Hearts Club - November, 1986 Mall Walkers - November 1986 Optimist Club - February 1987 Camp Hill High School - January 1989 Timber Trails Camp - June 1989 “Stress Reduction & Heart Disease” Mall Walkers Association - May 1987 CERTIFICATIONS CS Certification by ANA, July 1990 - #146600-05 Recertified July, 1995 CCRN Certification - AACN, July 1988 - #64649 Recertified for CCRN, June 1991, 1994, 1997 PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS American Heart Association Sigma Theta Tau- ETA ETA Chapter American Bar Association ACC Cardiac Associate Member PA Bar Association HONORS Nominated to Who’s Who in American Nursing, 1990-1991 Nominated to The World of Who’s Who of Women, 1991 Nominated to Who’s Who in American Nursing, 1993-1994 Nominated to Who’s Who in American Nursing, 1995-1996 Nominated to Who’s Who in American Nursing, 1996-1997 Nominated to Woman of the Year, 1996 LICENSURE PA-RN-247888-L MD-RN-RO79028 PA Attorney’s License number 86958 !14

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