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Title: Professional Portfolio Clair Bradshaw, BA, RN


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Professional Portfolio Clair Bradshaw, BA, RN
  • California State University,
  • Dominguez Hills
  • Masters of Nursing, Nurse Educator
  • Culminating Activity
  • Presented April 13, 2009

2
Youre off to Great Places. Youre off and away.
  • From Oh, the Places Youll Go
  • by Dr. Seuss

3
Education
  • Candidate for Master of Science in Nursing with
    honors, Nursing Education Role Option, California
    State University, Dominquez Hills, CA, May 2009.
  • Associate of Science with honors, Registered
    Nursing, Bakersfield College, Bakersfield, CA,
    1990.
  • Bachelor of Arts with honors, Journalism, minor
    Communications Studies, California State
    University, Sacramento, 1981.

4
Work Experience
  • Orientation Specialist
  • Education/Training Department, SJCH
  • Staff Nurse
  • Emergency Depart
  • Westside Urgent Care
  • Kern Medical Center
  • Hoffmann Specialized Home Care
  • Hoffmann Hospice of the Valley
  • Houchin Blood Bank
  • Camp Nurse
  • Hartland Christian Camp Badger, CA

5
1. INTEGRATE KNOWLEDGE, THEORY, RESEARCH AND
SKILLS IN PLANNING AND EVALUATING COMPREHENSIVE
PLANS OF CARE FOR INDIVIDUALS, FAMILIES AND
POPULATIONS
  • Academic Proficiency Demonstration
  • Teaching undergraduate BSN students at CSUB MSN
    529L 539L Role Performance
  • Classroom Lecturer
  • Clinical Lab Instruction Evaluations
  • Established Educational Nursing Theories
    applied to Nursing Education

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1. INTEGRATE KNOWLEDGE, THEORY, RESEARCH AND
SKILLS IN PLANNING AND EVALUATING COMPREHENSIVE
PLANS OF CARE FOR INDIVIDUALS, FAMILIES AND
POPULATIONS
  • Academic Proficiency Demonstration
  • MSN 529L 539L Role Performance
  • Transcultural Nursing Theory applied to
    Underserved Populations
  • La Mont Health Fair Translating for students
  • (Leininger, 1985 1991)
  • Novice to Expert Nursing Theory Knowles Ault
    Learning Theory applied to didactic clinical
    education
  • CSUB BSN students
  • (Brenner, 1982)(Knowles, need date)

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1. INTEGRATE KNOWLEDGE, THEORY, RESEARCH AND
SKILLS IN PLANNING AND EVALUATING COMPREHENSIVE
PLANS OF CARE FOR INDIVIDUALS, FAMILIES AND
POPULATIONS
  • Professional Practice Competency
  • Teaching Education/Training Dept. SJCH
  • Computer Orientation for nursing students
  • Certified Nurses Assistant Orientation
  • Bakersfield College/Community College Level
  • Classroom Lecturer
  • In-Hospital Clinical Instructor

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2. DESIGN CULTURALLY SENSITIVE PROGRAMS AND
SYSTEMS OF CARE THAT MEET THE NEEDS OF DIVERSE
AND VULNERABLE POPULTIONS.
  • Academic Proficiency Demonstration
  • MSN 569L student with learning difficulties
    Americans with Disabilities Act
  • (ADA, 2009)
  • MSN 539 Researched wrote about social topic of
    Racism within Nursing Education
  • (Tiki, et al, 2007)

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2. DESIGN CULTURALLY SENSITIVE PROGRAMS AND
SYSTEMS OF CARE THAT MEET THE NEEDS OF DIVERSE
AND VULNERABLE POPULTIONS.
  • Academic Proficiency Demonstration
  • MSN 514 Health Promotion Disease Prevention
    Proposal
  • Diabetic Teaching Among Kern County
    Spanish-Speaking
  • Farm Workers

10
2. DESIGN CULTURALLY SENSITIVE PROGRAMS AND
SYSTEMS OF CARE THAT MEET THE NEEDS OF DIVERSE
AND VULNERABLE POPULTIONS.
  • Professional/Personal Competency
  • Empowerment of Spanish-Speakers through Diabetes
    Mellitus Education
  • Specific Pathophysiology of DM in this population
  • Cultural Aspects affecting attitudes toward diet,
    exercise treatment

11
3. PROVIDE EVIDENCE-BASED, CLINICALLY PROFICIENT
CARE USING CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS IN
ADVANCED/CLINICAL NURSING ROLES.
  • Academic Demonstration
  • MSN 530 Scholarly Literary Critique
  • The Teaching Effectiveness of Standardized
    Patients
  • MSN 539 Test Blueprint
  • Disorders of the Integumentary System
  • (Oermann Gaberson, 2005)

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3. PROVIDE EVIDENCE-BASED, CLINICALLY PROFICIENT
CARE USING CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS IN
ADVANCED/CLINICAL NURSING ROLES.
  • Academic Demonstration
  • MSN 529L 539L Role Performance at CSUB Planning
    and Implementing EB Care through to
  • Junior-level Critical Care Nursing Students
  • Sophomore-level Med/Surg Nursing Students
  • Hospital ED, ICU, GI Lab, Med/Surg patients

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3. PROVIDE EVIDENCE-BASED, CLINICALLY PROFICIENT
CARE USING CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS IN
ADVANCED/CLINICAL NURSING ROLES.
  • Professional Competency
  • New Nurse Retention -- Versant Nurse Residency
    Program
  • Slater Observation Rater for National
    Evidence-Based Retention Program Research

14
4. ADAPT ORAL, WRITTEN AND TECHNOLOGICAL
COMMUNICATION SKILLS TO BE EFFECTIVE AND
APPROPRIATE IN CLINICAL, EDUCATIONAL, AND
PROFESSIONAL CONTEXTS AND SYSTEMS.
  • Academic Demonstration
  • MSN 559L 569L -- Role Performance
  • Assessment Technologies Institute (ATI) Proctor
  • I-Clicker Quizzes Exams
  • WebCT BlackBoard On-line Curriculum Management
    Systems

15
4. ADAPT ORAL, WRITTEN AND TECHNOLOGICAL
COMMUNICATION SKILLS TO BE EFFECTIVE AND
APPROPRIATE IN CLINICAL, EDUCATIONAL, AND
PROFESSIONAL CONTEXTS AND SYSTEMS.
  • Academic Demonstration
  • MSN 559L 569L -- Role Performance
  • Lectured Community College University level
    using PowerPoint
  • Researched on-line produced over 2 dozen
    Written Scholarly Papers
  • Contributed to or produced over 30 PowerPoint
    presentations

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4. ADAPT ORAL, WRITTEN AND TECHNOLOGICAL
COMMUNICATION SKILLS TO BE EFFECTIVE AND
APPROPRIATE IN CLINICAL, EDUCATIONAL, AND
PROFESSIONAL CONTEXTS AND SYSTEMS.
  • Professional Demonstration
  • Competency Modules for SJCHs Maternity Care Unit
  • Numerous Community College University
    PowerPoint lectures
  • Advanced skill in use of
  • FirstNet ED Triage/Computer Charting System

17
5. INTEGRATE ETHICAL THEORY AND PRINCIPLES INTO
NURSING THEORY, RESEARCH AND PRACTICE IN
ADVANCEDCLINICAL NURSING ROLES.
  • Academic Demonstration
  • MSN 531 Nursing Ethics
  • Advanced Practice Nurses
  • Ethical Dilemma PowerPoint
  • Featured an FNPs clinical practice
  • ethical dilemma

18
5. INTEGRATE ETHICAL THEORY AND PRINCIPLES INTO
NURSING THEORY, RESEARCH AND PRACTICE IN
ADVANCEDCLINICAL NURSING ROLES.
  • Professional/Professional Demonstration
  • Hospital Medication Error Reporting Line
    instruction with Versant Nurse Residents
  • Utilized line after Personal Incident notified
    ED physician immediately after recognizing

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6. ADVOCATE FOR HEALTHCARE POLICIES FINANCING
THAT PROMOTE, PRESERVE AND RESTORE PUBLIC HEALTH.
  • Academic Demonstration
  • MSN 513 Position Paper/Press Release
  • Increasing Federal Funding for preparation of
    Nursing Educators

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6. ADVOCATE FOR HEALTHCARE POLICIES FINANCING
THAT PROMOTE, PRESERVE AND RESTORE PUBLIC HEALTH.
  • Professional Demonstration
  • Served as sole Camp Nurse Hartland Christian
    Camp
  • 400 campers
  • 20 volunteers
  • 50 staff their minor children
  • Prompted camp to acquire AED Device
  • ultimately used to save staff members life
    during sudden cardiac arrest

21
7. PROVIDE LEADERSHIP IN COLLABORATIVE EFFORTS
WITH OTHER DISCIPLINES TO INFLUENCE IMPROVEMENT
IN HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS.
  • Academic Demonstration
  • MSN 559L 569L Role Performance
  • Role Modeling for BSN Students
  • BSN 421L Public Health Role Performance
  • Kern County Mock Disaster Drill with American Red
    Cross, Emergency Triage Skills

22
7. PROVIDE LEADERSHIP IN COLLABORATIVE EFFORTS
WITH OTHER DISCIPLINES TO INFLUENCE IMPROVEMENT
IN HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS.
  • Personal Demonstration (2006 to present)
  • Provided leadership in health, safety
  • well-being of adolescents local
  • international communities
  • Volunteering for
  • High School Visionary Team, Laurelglen Bible
    Church
  • Out-of-town Jr. High Trip Chaperone
  • Amor Missions home building Mission Trips
  • Jesus Shack Food Distribution Teams

23
8. DEMONSTRATE COMMITMENT TO LIFELONG LEARNING
TO ENHANCE THE NURSING PROFESSION.
  • Academic Demonstration
  • California State University, Dominquez Hills
    Masters of Science, Nursing (MSN)
  • MSN Pathways Program (20 additional undergraduate
    units completed)
  • Masters Candidate, Spring 2009
  • Role Option Nurse Educator
  • Long-range plan to start Post-MSN Family Nurse
    Practitioner certificate in 2012

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8. DEMONSTRATE COMMITMENT TO LIFELONG LEARNING
TO ENHANCE THE NURSING PROFESSION.
  • Professional Demonstration (2006 to present)
  • Attended
  • ACNL Evidence-Based Nursing Conference
  • City-wide Stroke Symposium
  • SJCH Acute Coronary Syndrome seminar Sacred
    Works retreat
  • Completion of
  • 19 Adventist Health Systems HealthStream
    competency courses
  • 6 BRN Continuing Education Units

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8. DEMONSTRATE COMMITMENT TO LIFELONG LEARNING
TO ENHANCE THE NURSING PROFESSION.
  • Professional/Personal Demonstration
  • Fluent in Conversational Medical Spanish
  • Continued through self-directed language
    acquisition cultural study

26
From Oh, the Places Youll Go by Dr. Seuss
  • Youre on your own. And you know what you know.
    And YOU are the gal wholl decide where to go.

27
References
  • Americans with Disabilities Act. (2009).
    Overview of the Agency from the ADA Home Page.
    Retrieved March 20, 2009 from ADA website
    http//www.ada.gov/
  • Benner, P. (1982). From novice to expert.
    American Journal of Nursing,82 (3), 402-407
  • Leininger, M. (1985 1991) The basic concepts of
    transcultural nursing. Retrieved from the
    Cultural Diversity in Nursing web site.
    Retrieved on March 24, 2009 from
    http//www.culturediversity.org/basic.htm
  • Oermann, M. H., Gaberson, K. B. (2005).
    Evaluation and testing in nursing education. New
    York Springer.
  • Seuss, Dr. (1990) Oh, youre off to great places.
    New York Random House, Inc.
  • Tiki, M., Dye, K., Markey, K. Scholefiend, D.,
    Davis, C., Moore, T. (2007). Racism the
    implications for nursing education. Diversity in
    Health and Social Care, 4, pp. 303-12.
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