A two-column CV template with deep red accents, in Microsoft Word format. Sample information is included for a Registered Nurse. This Nursing CV will provide valuable inspiration for any candidate looking to write their CV for a similar role. It includes all the important sections - personal profile, career summary, work history and training - together with an optional section for licences/certification. The focus is on experience for this CV: key skills and certification are contained in the right column, while the main column hosts your personal profile, work history and achievements.
A very attractive layout that looks fantastic when saved as a PDF. This nursing CV template uses many style elements and bullet points to present your key information in a stylish and easily digestible way.
I am a highly qualified and experienced Registered Nurse with a passion for providing high-quality patient care with expertise in geriatric nursing acquired during a career spanning more than 10 years.
I have successfully developed strong therapeutic relationships with patients to support their recovery, ensuring a patient-focused approach at all times.
I am an approachable and supportive leader within a multi-disciplinary team environment with excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
I am highly adaptable with exceptional organisational skills and I thrive under pressure.
Resilient and dedicated, I enjoy a challenge and confidently adapts to new tasks and environments, maintaining a consistently positive attitude and I make appropriate use of a good sense of humour.
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Ø Elder Abuse
Ø Injury Management & Suturing
Ø Mandatory Reporting
Ø Occupational Health and Safety
Ø Occupational Health & Safety Act
Ø Medication Administration
Ø Infection Control
Ø Wound Management
Ø Bullying & Harassment
Ø Pre and Post Surgical Care
Ø Care Planning and Reporting
Ø Equal Opportunities
Ø Aged Care Standards
Ø Continence Management
2001-Present | Staff Nurse | Pier View Care Home, Hospital and Dementia Care
I joined Pier View Care Home following my nursing training and qualification and during this time I have received promotion to Staff Nurse within a 50 bedroom Hospital and Dementia Care Centre. My routine responsibilities include managing a mix of patients with chronic health conditions including stroke, chronic kidney failure, respiratory failure, congestive heart failure and a number of chronic health illnesses.
Performing leadership duties including managing staff and maintaining comprehensive records
Playing a key role in the nursing assessment and admission of patients and in the subsequent planning, implementation and evaluation of high-quality care resulting in a recent (December 2020) Care Home CQC Rating of Excellent
Consistently prioritising a demanding workload to ensure the individual needs of patients are met whilst complying at all times with relevant guidelines and legislation
Performing Team Leader duties with increased responsibility for rosters and charts relating to restraints, showers, skin assessments, pressure area prevention and wound care
Student Nurse | Barts Health NHS Trust | North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust
During my degree, I covered a number of placements where I was responsible for the care of patients in the capacity as a Student Nurse with responsibility for the delivery of compassionate and patient-centred care. I gained experience in updating vital signs, collation of medical histories, conducted blood draws and changed dressings whilst working in close liaison with patients and the wider medical team.
Collaborated with the medical care team in various departments on rotation, including ICU, CCU, medical and surgical wards
Developed and evaluated nursing care plans tailored to individual patient needs; with the care of up to 3 patients in each section under the direct supervision of the Staff Nurse
Acted appropriately on own initiative in response to emergencies to implement interventions readily applying medical training where appropriate
I secured this part-time role as a domiciliary care assistant whilst studying and continued working on a temporary basis during the holidays whilst employed as a student nurse. My responsibilities included supporting and providing care within a 30-bed residential care unit to patients with dementia; gaining all-round experience in health and social care further confirming my passion to pursue a career within nursing. I was responsible for delivering palliative care and administering end of life drugs
Supported with providing medication, updated fluid charts, escorted residents on excursions and maintained risk assessments
Worked within a multidisciplinary team and provided integral support to the medical team
Completed in-house, company induction, e-learning and medication administration for care training
Meticulously monitored and reported on changes in health and wellbeing of the residents and engagement in tasks and activities by logging in their daily recording notes further demonstrating excellent written communication skills
Excelled in developing and maintaining professional relationships with the residents and their families through exceptional interpersonal and communication skills