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Lone Star College
I am currently an Adjunct LVN and Medical Assisting Instructor on a collegiate level. I have been doing this since Aug 2012.
As far as my experience, I have been a nurse for over 10 years. During those 10 years I have worked on every unit in the acute care settings, such as ICU, IMCU, Telemetry, Medical Surgical, Nursery I & II, Rehab, Woman's, Emergency Department, ED Overflow, 23 hour Observation, and Preoperative/PACU.
I'm currently the Chief Executive & Nursing Officer of a nursing staffing company I established in 2013.
I have a background in Occupational Health Medicine working for large Oil & Gas companies. Here we service clients for Travel Medicine, FMLA, Fitness to Work/Return to Work, etc.
My latest move is in the cosmetic field. I have been trained using laser technology for tattoo removals and IPL treatments. I am a Advance Certified Xtreme Lash Stylist, applying one lash per lash at a time. I do hold a Cosmetology Eyelash Technician License!
I also have experience being on the Administrative side of healthcare, holding the role as Administrator and Director of Clinical Operations.
I have a well rounded view for healthcare serving all sides.
My strong points wound be math/dosage/calculations, cardiac, GI, pharmacology, patho, and test taking skills!
I have past students who can attest in my behalf how much they can learn from me in a short period of time. I will draw you out and allow you to think and process. This is important because in healthcare you cannot just memorize for the moment. It must be ingrained in your mind. I am currently an Adjunct LVN and Medical Assisting Instructor on a collegiate level. I have been doing this since Aug 2012.
As far as my experience, I have been a nurse for over 10 years. During those 10 years I have worked on every unit in the acute care settings, such as ICU, IMCU, Telemetry, Medical Surgical, Nursery I & II, Rehab,
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Christina really helped me with learning how to read a nursing textbook, as well as study tips and applying what I read into the real world of nursing with patient examples. If you're having trouble in your classes and with how to study I highly recommend getting her as your tutor! She was very helpful to me.
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I have an active LVN and RN license.
I've taken the NCLEX for both licenses once and passed at the 72nd question mark.
I would love to assist you. I truly understand how you feel.
Read my profile and let me know if you think I could be a good match to assisting you in your future endeavors!
By taking the exam twice I have a well rounded view to how the questions are asked and how to answer a question even if you don't know the answer.
You will learn from me how to eliminate obvious wrong answers and how to make an educated choice to the question.
Learn how to take a test! Learn how to read a textbook, take notes; I used that only and passed the test with flying colors!!!
No need to read the chapter over and over. Lastly, learn how to prepare foe the finals!!!
I have been an RN for 8 years. My experience is in ICU, IMCU, ED, Nursery I, II, Rehab, Med/Tele, Infusion Therapy, Occupational Heath, Pre Op/PACU, and mire.
I am a nursing as well as a medical assistant instructor on a collegiate level since 2012.
I have experience mixing medication and weight based medication working in ER, ICU, and pediatrics.
'm also an LVN and Medical Assisting Instructor who teaches this subject.
Tutoring this subject will also include dosage and calculation if you are at that point. You will be amazed what I can teach you in one sitting!