PORTFOLIO

Looking for someone to finish putting together my portfolio. ALL papers are written and I have Portfolio started, I just need the checklist filled out and the papers matched up with the portfolio template. I got called into work. I NEED THIS TONIGHT so I can post it and be done prior to leaving for work. AGAIN the template is started and the papers are written I just need it put together. COMMENT FROM MY TEACHER: you cut and paste the portfolios into the Professional Portfolio. In the template, there is a template/ checklist that tells you want to put into the portfolio. No Zip file, just save as a PDF and it should upload easily.
Walden University – School of Nursing

Final Portfolio
NURS 6600A-2 Capstone Synthesis Practicum – Leadership & Management

May 16, 2016
Amanda R Swenty

N11313 Nejedlo Rd

Wausaukee, WI 54177

906-290-1932

Amoran@waldenu.edu

Nurse Educator

College of Menominee Nation

Keshena, WI

Table of Contents

Program of Study 3

Professional Development Plan (PDP) ……………………………………………………….3-7

CV or Résumé ………………………………………………………………………………..7-10

Portfolio Assignments from each of the following courses:

NURS 6001: ………………………………………………………………………………3-7

NURS 6050: …………………………………………………………………………​​​​……10-11

NURS 6051: ……………………………………………………………………………….

NURS 6052: ……………………………………………………………………………………..

NURS 6053: ……………………………………………………………………………………..

NURS 6201 OR 6401:

NURS 6211 OR 6411:

NURS 6221 OR 6421:

NURS 6231 OR 6441:

NURS 6241 OR 6431:

NURS 6600 ………………………………………………………………………….

Continuing Education (CE)

End of Program Outcomes Evidence Chart

Final Reflection…………………………………………………………………………………..

Insert Program of Study

Masters of Science in Nursing Leadership and Management

Insert Professional Development Plan

Program of Study and Professional Development Plan

As I begin on this journey towards greater good I need to first develop my program of study and professional development plan. The purpose of this paper is to assist me in broadening my perspective on being a student and enable me to fully understand my personal and professional goals. In addition I will share my professional and educational background as well.

Education and Professional Background

My name is Amanda and I am a BSN, RN working at NuRoc Community Care Center. I teach CNA, psychology, and Medical Terminology classes at NWTC. In addition I field insurance claims from home. I am divorced and recently purchased a house in Northeast WI. I have three beautiful acres of land and love living here.

I started my career at UW Milwaukee and got a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology. I then went on to Marquette University to obtain my Master’s in Physical Therapy. After completing my MPT I went back to UWM to obtain my bachelor’s in nursing and Masters in business administration. I truly love knowledge and value my education.

I have a lot of diverse experience under my belt as a nurse and prior to being a nurse. I worked for a year in the wound clinic at Freidert Hospital in Milwaukee. Here I treated all different types of wounds as a Physical Therapist. After becoming an RN I began to work at the Nursing home. This has tremendously expanded my critical thinking skills. I also worked at the hospital for two years mostly in oncology but also float/pool. In the midst of this I expanded my experience farther by obtaining my teaching certificate. I teach CNA courses and this semester for the first time I am teaching leadership development for associate degree nurses. I am very excited to start this course.

How do you ever know if one is ready to start school again? I feel I am as I wish to advance in my current field and eventually own a CBRF in the near future. I truly love school and learning more about nursing. In the field I have been in many leadership roles, charge nurse, team leader, facilitator, MDS Coordinator. Being involved in leadership roles confirmed my desire to advance my career in leadership and administration.

Professional Goals

The purpose for my completing a graduate program was originally to take my mind of stress in my life but has evolved into an aspiration in owning a CBRF. I want to become DON at my current job to test out how I will do as a leader and authority figure. I would like to take on a role of staff development coordinator, which will incorporate my teaching skills and nursing skills. I also aim to obtain my MSN and use it to further my career as a nursing professional.

Course Learning Goals

Healthcare finance and budgeting is probably the most important class for me to do well in. This course will assist me in having the necessary tools for eventually starting a CBRF on my own. In addition to this learning APA format will assist me in producing professional documentation and presenting my ideas professionally. In addition it will help me to effectively communicate with my coworkers. My goal is to be able to communicate effectively and be a respected leader in my profession.

Practicum

I have contacted a local nurse at the local clinic in Wausaukee to shadow her in practicum. I view practicum as the final and key tool in my learning success. It will let me take all, my knowledge and use it to treat patients in a real life setting. This will also teach me aspects of healthcare that you don’t learn online or in a book. The nurse I will be working with is a reputable member of society and she is an excellent leader and mentor. She feels confident that she will still be working at the clinic in two years.

Summary

I am already familiar with the online learning curriculum, since that is how I got my teaching certificate. I look forward to moving ahead with my masters at Walden University. This experience should broaden and expand my horizons. On the next few pages I have completed my plan of attack for completing my master s degree in an efficient and timely manner.

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ADVANCE \d4Program of Study Form

MSN

NAME:

STUDENT ID:

ENROLLMENT

DATE

PROGRAM:

Nursing – MSN (BS to MSN)

SPECIALIZATION:

Leadership & Management

Full

08/24/2011

Course

Number

Course Title

Semester/Term to be Taken

Semester Credit Hours

Core Courses: (All core courses must be completed before starting the specialization courses.)

NURS 6000

Success Strategies in the Master of Science in Nursing Online Environment

FT1, 11

1

NURS 6110

The Nurse Leader: New Perspectives on the Profession

FT1, 11

3

NURS 6101

Policy and Politics in Nursing and Healthcare

ST2, 11

3

NURS 6125

Integrating Theory and Research for Evidence-Based Practice

ST2, 11

3

NURS 6150

Promoting and Preserving Health in a Diverse Society

SUT1, 11

3

Specialization Courses: (Not transferable)

NURS 6200

The Nurse Administrator: Leading and Managing for Excellence

FT 2, 12

4

NURS 6210

Health Care Finance and Budgeting

FT 2, 12

4

NURS 6220

Human Resources Management

ST 2, 12

4

NURS 6230

Case Study: Quality Nursing in a Complex Health Care Organization

ST 2, 12

4

Capstone Courses: (Final Courses in the Program.)

NURS 6500

Capstone: Synthesis Practicum I

SUT 2, 12

3

NURS 6510

Capstone: Synthesis Practicum II

NuRoc community care center

3

TOTAL

35

Transfer Credit Awarded (if any)

Course

Number

Course Title

Institution

Walden

Equiv.

SM/YR

GR/CR

Total Transfer Credit       

AMANDA R SWENTY

N11316 Nejedlo Rd

Wausaukee, WI 54177

906-290-1932(C) 715-856-5299(Fax) Email: aswenty@menominee.edu

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PROFESSIONAL OBJECTIVE: I am seeking a full time position as an RN where I can mentor others through the sharing of knowledge and life experience.

EDUCATION

WALDEN UNIVERSITY

Minneapolis, MN

Masters of Science in Nursing

05/2016

Emphasis on Leadership and Management

UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MILWAUKEE

Milwaukee, WI

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Graduated December 18, 2005

Registered Nurse License #155874, Expires February 29, 2016

UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN- MILWAUKEE

Milwaukee, WI

Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology (Exercise and Fitness)

Graduated May 2003

MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY

Milwaukee, WI

Masters of Physical Therapy

Graduated December 2003

MORAINE PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE

Fond du Lac, WI

Train the Trainer Certificate

SKILLS

SUPERVISORY SKILLS

Acquired nearly eight years of supervisory experience in various fields of work. Responsible for supervising full-time and part-time staff, as well as volunteer assistants. Fulfilled role as charge nurse with the responsibility to supervise RNs, LPNs, CNAs, and other members of the health care team. Have worked independently in instruction in the classroom and in the community.

LEADERSHIP SKILLS

Have taken an active leadership role in the development and implementation of innovative programs, in staff training procedures, and supervising staff and program participants.

TEACHING SKILLS

Have taught CNA classes, LPN classes, Medical Terminology, Leadership and Development classes, medication administration and more for several years. Managed challenging students, tutored students, and developed curriculum and tests along with overseeing online learning and in class learning.

ASSESSMENT SKILLS

Acted as patient advocate: assessed patient status and notified physicians of clinical changes. Developed special sensitivity to meet diverse patient needs in varied patient situations.

CERTIFICATIONS

BLS for Healthcare Provider

CBRF Teaching Certificate

WORK HISTORY

COLLEGE OF MENOMINEE NATION

Green Bay, WI

Adjunct TPN/CNA Instructor

August 2015 – Present

DUNGARVIN

Marinette, WI

RN Staff Educator

October 2014 – Present

ASSISTIVE CARE MANAGEMENT LLC

Green Bay, WI

Home Health RN (PRN)

April 2013 – Present

ELITE NURSES

Green Bay, WI

Home Health/Insurance Assessments/LTC (PRN)

June 2012-Present

APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSTS

Marinette, WI

RN Case Manager

April 2013 – October 2015

CUSTOMIZED MEDICAL STAFFING

Madison, WI

Travel RN

January 2011 – July 2013

NURSES AFFILIATED PHYSICIANS

All over WI

Travel Nurse for Flu Clinics

August 2008 – August 2015

NORTHEAST WISCONSIN TECHNICAL COLLEGE

Crivitz, WI

Adjunct Instructor Medical Term./Leadership Develop./CNA

August 2009 – January 2012

NEWCare

Crivitz , WI

RN/Charge Nurse Manager/MDS Coordinator/Wound Nurse

July 2006 – January 2010

Bay Area Medical Center

Marinette, WI

RN/Charge Nurse/Peds/L&D/ICU

October 2007 – July 2008

BELLIN HEALTH

Green Bay, WI

RN-Peds/ICU/L&D

March 2007 – October 2007

Summary of Community Health Project

Amanda Moran

Walden University 6150

February 24, 2012

Summary of Community Health Project

This is the final summary of my community health project and its intended outcome. I plan to map out for my final conclusions and lead into my PowerPoint presentation created to supplement and summarize my project. I have designed the project with a very diverse population in mind. I am hoping that this paper along with my PowerPoint will present and tie together all three parts of my project.

The setting I designed my PowerPoint for is an online audience. I added very lively sound effects and photos to supplement the information provided and keep a varied and diverse groups interest in the presentation. I hoped to add a level of personal trust by adding personal photos to my PowerPoint along with the information and some very generic pictures. The design of the power is very simplistic to help the learner focus on the facts. The sounds effects were strategically placed to highlight the beginning and the end of the presentation and add a little fun to the presentation.

I plan to place this PowerPoint online along with a recorded lecture to accompany it and have the link to it on my Facebook page. This will give access to a large population at any time. Therefore people will be more apt to participate due to my projects accessibility. The easier it is to get involved the more likely someone will get involved. I am hoping that this will aid in maximum participation.

End of Program Outcomes Evidence Chart

MSN Graduate Characteristics

Individual Student Learning Outcomes (ISLOs)

Course #; Learner Assessments (Evidence according to alignment of learner outcomes from Syllabus chart)

Student Outcome:

Service (Community/ Professional)

Student Outcome:

Scholar-Practitioner

(Scholarship/ Practice)

Student Outcome:

Social Change

LEADERS/CHANGE AGENTS

LO1—Synthesize organizational/systems leadership for cost-effective specialist nursing practice that contributes to high-quality healthcare delivery, advancement of the nursing profession, and social change.

SCHOLAR-/EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTITIONERS

LO2—Critique evidence-based literature drawing from diverse theoretical perspectives and pertinent research to guide decision making that demonstrates best practices for specialist nursing practice in a global society.

PROFESSIONALS/ COLLABORATORS

LO3—Integratively assess, diagnose, plan, implement, and evaluate cost-effective healthcare strategies that reduce health disparities by patient/population advocacy for access to specialist nursing care.

EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATORS

LO4—Demonstrate the ability to effectively communicate using audience-specific oral, written, and information technology for professional delivery of specialist nursing care.

EDUCATORS/

CONSULTANTS

LO5—Evaluate health needs of diverse populations for necessary teaching/coaching functions based on specialist nursing knowledge to restore/promote health and prevent illness/injury.

LIFELONG LEARNERS

LO6—Exhibit ongoing commitment to professional development and value of nursing theories/ethical principles (altruism, autonomy, human dignity, integrity, social justice) in accordance with ethically responsible, legally accountable specialist nursing practice.

HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS

LO7—Implement specialist nursing roles to promote quality improvement of patient-centered care in accordance with professional practice standards that transform health outcomes for diverse populations.

Final Reflection

 

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