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Sarah Jones

Neonatal nurse  
Dayjob Ltd 120 Vyse Street Birmingham B18 6NF  
T: 0121 638 0026     M: 0044 121 638 0026     E: info@dayjob.com

PERSONAL SUMMARY

A capable pediatric nurse experienced in providing safe evidence based neonatal care to newborns. Able to follow hospital rules effectively and also provide medical care to newborn babies by consulting with midwives & neonatologists to determine the best course of treatment. Capable of thinking and acting quickly in stressful emergency situations. Having an excellent understanding of the proper use of incubators, ventilators and feeding tubes as well as experienced in providing emotional and mental support to the parents.
Currently looking for a position with a forward thinking NHS Trust of private healthcare provider as a neonatal nurse.

WORK EXPERIENCE

Coventry Health Trust  – Coventry 
NEONATAL NURSE          June 2008 - Present

Working as a skilled member of a nursing team. Providing care to neonates and their families through assessment; continuation or alteration of treatment and evaluation of care.

Duties: 

  • Providing direct patient care for newborn babies.
  • Analysing and evaluating the effectiveness of care to babies and mothers.
  • Interpreting clinical results and initiating investigations.
  • Providing clinical support and training to staff and students.
  • Ensuring that accurate documentation and administrative records are kept.
  • Making sure surgical equipment is clean and safe to use.
  • Regularly undertaking management of unit under the supervision of senior staff.
  • Preparing nursing care plans.
  • Teaching parents how to maintain health at home.
  • •  Creating a welcoming, caring and safe environment for neonates and their families.

KEY SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES

  • Able to work responsibly and under own initiative.
  • Possessing excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Having a calm disposition and the ability to think quickly.
  • Ability to organise and prioritise work.
  • Able to assess a neonate’s physical, psychological and social problems.
  • Acting as a role model for the newly qualified nurses.
  • Reporting and investigating any untoward incidents.
  • Participating in the clinical education of student nurses.

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

BSc (Hons) Midwifery  
Nuneaton University     2005 - 2008 

A levels: Maths (A) English (B) Technology (B) Science (C)
Coventry Central College     2003 - 2005


REFERENCES

Available on request.

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

Health and safety regulations

Intravenous injection techniques

Respiratory problems

Nursing policy

Mentoring skills

Counselling

Neonatal intensive care



PROFESSIONAL

Registered Nurse

NMC registration

 


PERSONAL SKILLS

Sympathetic

Enjoy working with children

Positive attitude




 

 










    


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User Comments

Eliza Winters said:
01/12/2011 This is a great resume. It looks like you would be a great candidate. Critical thinking for nurses, particularly in neonatal is imperative and it looks as though you have been able to demonstrate that in your experience. Very impressive work.

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