Clinical Educator

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Helga Zeiders

helga.zeiders@gmail.com | (905) 285-1378 | Dallas, Texas

Summary


A certified clinical educator with over three years of experience in training and development. Proven ability to create successful educational programs that improve patient outcomes and staff satisfaction levels. Experienced in conducting needs assessments, designing curriculum, selecting instructional methods and materials, and evaluating program effectiveness. Strong communication skills allow for effective interaction with patients, families, interdisciplinary teams, and leadership.

Experience


Clinical Educator at Banner Health, IDMar 2022 - Present

  • Led a team of 4 educators in the development and implementation of an educational program for new nursing staff. The program resulted in a decrease in medication errors by 30%.
  • Developed and implemented an orientation program for new clinical staff which reduced turnover rates by 15%.
  • Created a continuing education series on evidence-based practice which increased participation by 25%.
  • Implemented process improvements that decreased patient wait times by 20%.
  • Led multidisciplinary teams to develop care plans for complex patients, resulting in improved patient outcomes.

Assistant Clinical Educator at Mayo Clinic, IDJul 2019 - Mar 2022

  • Led a team of 4 educators in designing and delivering an orientation program for new graduate nurses which resulted in a 70% decrease in turnover rates.
  • Implemented a clinical simulation lab within the unit which increased staff confidence levels by 30% as measured on post-shift surveys.
  • Coordinated monthly continuing education programs that were attended by an average of 15 staff members.
  • Chaired the Unit Practice Council which successfully implemented 3 evidence-based practice changes.
  • Precepted 12 new graduate nurses over 2 years, 8 of whom received positive evaluations from their charge nurse.
  • Participated in developing departmental policies related to patient safety and infection control.

Education


Master of Science in Nursing at Idaho State UniversityAug 2015 - May 2019

I have learned how to effectively communicate with people from diverse backgrounds, how to manage time and resources efficiently, and how to think critically to solve problems.

Skills


  • Communication
  • Organizational
  • Interpersonal
  • Documentation
  • Assessment
  • Nursing Processes
  • Critical Thinking

Hannah Hyler

hannah.hyler@gmail.com | (848) 975-1537 | Portland, OR

Summary


I am a Clinical Educator with over 3 years of experience. I have worked in a variety of settings, including hospitals, clinics, and private practices. I have been responsible for providing education and training to healthcare professionals on various topics related to clinical care. In addition, I have also developed educational materials and conducted research on best practices in clinical care. My experience has allowed me to develop strong communication and interpersonal skills, as well as excellent organizational abilities.

Experience


Clinical Educator at Legacy Health, ORMay 2022 - Present

  • Led clinical team of 4 nurses and 2 technicians in providing care to 30 patients with a variety of chronic conditions.
  • Developed and implemented nursing education programs on evidence-based practice, patient safety, and infection control.
  • Authored 5 articles published in peer-reviewed journals on topics related to nursing education and professional development.
  • Presented at 10 national conferences on topics such as effective teaching strategies, curriculum design, and assessment methods.
  • Served as faculty advisor for 15 students pursuing their RN-to-BSN degree.

Assistant Clinical Educator at Oregon Health & Science University, ORJul 2019 - Mar 2022

  • Assisted in developing and implementing a new clinical education program that increased the number of qualified nurses by 20%.
  • Played an integral role in designing and conducting orientation programs for new staff members, which led to a decrease in turnover rates by 15%.
  • Was responsible for creating and maintaining educational materials for nursing staff, including handouts, manuals, textbooks, etc. These resources proved instrumental in helping nurses prepare for exams and meet continuing education requirements.
  • Developed strong relationships with key stakeholders within the hospital system, such as doctors, administrators, and other educators. This allowed me to effectively advocate on behalf of the nursing staff and ensure their needs were being met.

Education


Master of Science in Nursing at Oregon Health & Science University, ORSep 2014 - May 2019

I have learned how to effectively communicate with patients and families, how to work as part of a multidisciplinary team, and how to provide evidence-based care.

Skills


  • Communication
  • Presentation
  • Organization
  • Management
  • Planning
  • Research
  • Evaluation