HAZARINA ISIRI

  • Staff Nurse
  • TAMAN SERI MELALIN, G-3F-3, JKR ROAD, 89208 TUARAN, SABAH, MY
  • 12 Jul, 2018
Permanent Full Time Registered Nurse

Personal Summary

COMPUTER SKILLS:

• Microsoft Word /Excel / Power Point
• Internet (Email / www search)
• SPSS
• ICIS

Work Experience

Team Leader Staff Nurse 1
Feb 2016 - King Faisal Hospital & Research Centre, Riyadh

2 years

KING FAISAL SPECIALIST
Feb 2016 - King Faisal Specialist HOSPITAL & RESEARCH CENTRE

RIYADH, SAUDI ARABIA
SIZE OF HOSPITAL: 986 BEDS CAPACITY HOSPITAL
SIZE OF UNIT: 25 BEDS CAPACITY
COMMENCED DATE: FEB 2016 - TO DATE

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Job Summary:
Work under the direction of the Head Nurse, assume responsibility for providing quality care to patient according to established Policy , Procedure and Standards of Nursing Practice.

Take part with Nursing Administration Education, and Quality Improvement activity and Support the Nursing Mission, Vision, Philosophy and objective of the Nursing Department and Unit and contribute to education effort

Responsible and Accountable for:
• Coordination of Patient Care on the Unit:

• Maintain High Standard of Patient care on the unit on a twenty four hours basis, by providing direct care to patient and family utilizing the established Standards of Nursing Practice.
• Ensure patient privacy and confidentiality is mountain all the time.
• Assesses patient's condition and nursing needs. Setting goals and delivers appropriate nursing intervention to meet the goals. Evaluates the effectiveness of nursing action by critical appraisal of patient outcomes.
• Administer medication and perform treatment in accordance with established hospital/unit standards, policy and procedure.

• Nursing Documentation and Patient Records:

• Maintain concise and accurate nursing records.
• Cooperates with medical and paramedic staff to implementing multi-disciplinary and nursing activities for patient care
• Report pertinent observation and reaction regarding patients to the appropriate person and records those observation accurately.
• Keep Head Nurse update about patient care problem and other issues.
• Uses patient care needs, nursing staff capabilities and qualifications as a guide when allocating assignment to other health team members.
• Participate in patient and family education and discharge planning.

• Coordination with Health Team Members on the Unit:

• Providing clinical guidance to other health team members to maintain statndards of professional care to patients, families and visitors
• Assist with, act as a preceptor during new hire orientations. Assist with their follow up evaluation.

• Education Responsibilities:

• Maintain own professional development growth, demonstrates competency in emergency procedures such as CPR and other procedures. Meets requires for unit specific competencies.
• Attend unit base in-services and hospital nursing lecture and symposium. Keep abreast of current developments in nursing, medicine and allied health professions.

• Participate in Management of Patient Care Unit:

• Assist with controlling and directing the unit to encourage quality patient care ans staff satisfaction.
• Ensure the unit environment is safe, clean, and secure for patient, visitor and colleague by following the hospital fire and safety and infection control policies.
• Ensure all capital equipment and supplies are kept clean and appropriately maintained.

• Management and Communication:

• Interact effectively with patients, family and all team members to maintain standards of professional care to patients, families and visitors.
• Promote positive working environment and relationship with the healthcare team members.
• Maintains effective time management and priority setting skills in daily nursing responsibility and nursing care.
• Maintain and monitor effectiveness of supplies utilization in cost-effective manner.


CASE MANAGED:
Leukemia (Acute / Relapse)
Acute Myeloid Leukemia
Acute Myelogenous Leukemia
Chronic Myelomonocytic Leukemia (CMML)
Thalassemia (Minor/Major)
Splenomegaly
AML / Secondary AML
Refractory Cytopenia Myelodysplastic Syndromes (RCMD)
Dyskeratosis Congenital
Childhood Myelodysplastic Syndromes (MDS) - Primary / Secondary.

PREPARE AND ASSIST DOCTORE FOR PROCEDURE:
• Bone Marrow Aspiration
• Bone Marrow Transplant
• Liver Biopsy
• Ultrasound (Bedside)

EQUIPMENTS /INSTRUMENTS USED AND FAMILIAR WITH:
• Portable Cardiac Monitor
• Defibrillator
• ECG Machine (12 Lead ECG Machine)
• Infusion Pump
• Syringe pump
• Feeding Pump
• Portable mini Suction Machine
• Portable Pulse Oxymeter
• Portable Oxygen Apparatus
• Portable Suction Machine
• Sphygmomanometer
• Spirometer
• Peak Flow Meter
• Ophthalmoscope Apparatus
• Auroscope Apparatus
• Glucometer
• ICIS


PREVIOUS EMPLOYMENT
POSITION: STAFF NURSE 1

Staff Nurse 1
Jan 2015 - Jan 2016 King Faisal Hospital & Research Centre

1 year

KING FAISAL SPECIALIST
Jan 2015 - Jan 2016 HOSPITAL & RESEARCH CENTRE

RIYADH, SAUDI ARABIA
SIZE OF HOSPITAL: 986 BEDS CAPACITY HOSPITAL
SIZE OF UNIT: 25 BEDS CAPACITY
COMMENCED DATE: JAN 2015 - JAN 2016


The King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center (KFSH&RC) is a modern, almost 1,000-bed Joint Commission International (JCI)-accredited academic medical facility located in Riyadh, the vibrant capital city of Saudi Arabia

Scope of Service:
The King Fahad National Center for Children's Cancer Research in Riyadh (commonly referred to as the "Children's Cancer Centre" or "CCC") at the King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre is:
•The largest dedicated pediatric cancer and blood disorders program in the Arabian Peninsula.
•The largest pediatric stem cell transplant center in the region (it performed 114 stem cell transplants in 2006 alone).
•The regional referral centre for complicated non-malignant hematological disorders.

The most commonly treated oncology/hematology disorders on this 20-bed pediatric hematology/oncology unit include:
•Osteosarcomas
•Ewing's Sarcoma/PNET
•Neuroblastoma
•Medulloblastoma / CNS tumors
•Brain tumors
•Germ Cell Tumor

•Wilm's Tumor
•Rhabdomyosarcoma
•Retinoblastoma

Due to the predominance of pediatric oncology patients, the unit also provides acute care to this patient population. The most commonly treated oncology disorder includes:
•Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia
•Acute Myelogenous Leukemia
•Aplastic Anemia
•Sickle Cell Anemia
•Langerhan's Cell Histiocytosis
•Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma
•Hodgkin's Lymphoma
•Burkitt's Lymphoma

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Job Summary:
Work under the direction of the Head Nurse, assume responsibility for providing quality care to patient according to established Policy , Procedure and Standards of Nursing Practice.

Take part with Nursing Administration Education, and Quality Improvement activity and Support the Nursing Mission, Vision, Philosophy and objective of the Nursing Department and Unit and contribute to education effort

Responsible and Accountable for:
• Coordination of Patient Care on the Unit:

• Maintain High Standard of Patient care on the unit on a twenty four hours basis, by providing direct care to patient and family utilizing the established Standards of Nursing Practice.
• Ensure patient privacy and confidentiality is mountain all the time.
• Assesses patient's condition and nursing needs. Setting goals and delivers appropriate nursing intervention to meet the goals. Evaluates the effectiveness of nursing action by critical appraisal of patient outcomes.
• Administer medication and perform treatment in accordance with established hospital/unit standards, policy and procedure.

• Nursing Documentation and Patient Records:

• Maintain concise and accurate nursing records.
• Cooperates with medical and paramedic staff to implementing multi-disciplinary and nursing activities for patient care
• Report pertinent observation and reaction regarding patients to the appropriate person and records those observation accurately.
• Keep Head Nurse update about patient care problem and other issues.
• Uses patient care needs, nursing staff capabilities and qualifications as a guide when allocating assignment to other health team members.
• Participate in patient and family education and discharge planning.

• Coordination with Health Team Members on the Unit:

• Providing clinical guidance to other health team members to maintain statndards of professional care to patients, families and visitors
• Assist with, act as a preceptor during new hire orientations. Assist with their follow up evaluation.

• Education Responsibilities:

• Maintain own professional development growth, demonstrates competency in emergency procedures such as CPR and other procedures. Meets requires for unit specific competencies.
• Attend unit base in-services and hospital nursing lecture and symposium. Keep abreast of current developments in nursing, medicine and allied health professions.

• Participate in Management of Patient Care Unit:

• Assist with controlling and directing the unit to encourage quality patient care ans staff satisfaction.
• Ensure the unit environment is safe, clean, and secure for patient, visitor and colleague by following the hospital fire and safety and infection control policies.
• Ensure all capital equipment and supplies are kept clean and appropriately maintained.

• Management and Communication:

• Interact effectively with patients, family and all team members to maintain standards of professional care to patients, families and visitors.
• Promote positive working environment and relationship with the healthcare team members.
• Maintains effective time management and priority setting skills in daily nursing responsibility and nursing care.
• Maintain and monitor effectiveness of supplies utilization in cost-effective manner.


CASE MANAGED:
Leukemia (Acute / Relapse)
Acute Myeloid Leukemia
Acute Myelogenous Leukemia
Chronic Myelomonocytic Leukemia (CMML)
Thalassemia (Minor/Major)
Splenomegaly
AML / Secondary AML
Refractory Cytopenia Myelodysplastic Syndromes (RCMD)
Dyskeratosis Congenital
Childhood Myelodysplastic Syndromes (MDS) - Primary / Secondary.

PREPARE AND ASSIST DOCTORE FOR PROCEDURE:
• Bone Marrow Aspiration
• Bone Marrow Transplant
• Liver Biopsy
• Ultrasound (Bedside)

EQUIPMENTS /INSTRUMENTS USED AND FAMILIAR WITH:
• Portable Cardiac Monitor
• Defibrillator
• ECG Machine (12 Lead ECG Machine)
• Infusion Pump
• Syringe pump
• Feeding Pump
• Portable mini Suction Machine
• Portable Pulse Oxymeter
• Portable Oxygen Apparatus
• Portable Suction Machine
• Sphygmomanometer
• Spirometer
• Peak Flow Meter
• Ophthalmoscope Apparatus
• Auroscope Apparatus
• Glucometer
• ICIS
• PYXIS


PREVIOUS EMPLOYMENT: (Transfer within Ministry of Health)
POSITION: STAFF NURSE

YEARS
SPECIALTY
Work under the direction of the Head Nurse
Feb 2014 - Dec 2014 SPECIALTY: PAEDIATRIC MEDICAL / ONCOLOGY

WARD
FACILITY: SABAH WOMEN AND CHILDREN HOSPITAL, MOH, LIKAS, SABAH, MALAYSIA
SIZE OF HOSPITAL: 250 BEDS CAPACITY HOSPITAL
SIZE OF UNIT: 25 BEDS CAPACITY
COMMENCED DATE: FEB 2014 - DEC 2014

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Job Summary:
Work under the direction of the Head Nurse, assume responsibility for providing quality care to patient according to established Policy , Procedure and Standards of Nursing Practice.

Take part with Nursing Administration Education, and Quality Improvement activity and Support the Nursing Mission, Vision, Philosophy and objective of the Nursing Department and Unit and contribute to education effort

Responsible and Accountable for:
• Coordination of Patient Care on the Unit:

• Maintain High Standard of Patient care on the unit on a twenty four hours basis, by providing direct care to patient and family utilizing the established Standards of Nursing Practice.
• Ensure patient privacy and confidentiality is mountain all the time.
• Assesses patient's condition and nursing needs. Setting goals and delivers appropriate nursing intervention to meet the goals. Evaluates the effectiveness of nursing action by critical appraisal of patient outcomes.
• Administer medication and perform treatment in accordance with established hospital/unit standards, policy and procedure.

• Nursing Documentation and Patient Records:

• Maintain concise and accurate nursing records.
• Cooperates with medical and paramedic staff to implementing multi-disciplinary and nursing activities for patient care
• Report pertinent observation and reaction regarding patients to the appropriate person and records those observation accurately.
• Keep Head Nurse update about patient care problem and other issues.
• Uses patient care needs, nursing staff capabilities and qualifications as a guide when allocating assignment to other health team members.
• Participate in patient and family education and discharge planning.

• Coordination with Health Team Members on the Unit:

• Providing clinical guidance to other health team members to maintain statndards of professional care to patients, families and visitors
• Assist with, act as a preceptor during new hire orientations. Assist with their follow up evaluation.

• Education Responsibilities:

• Maintain own professional development growth, demonstrates competency in emergency procedures such as CPR and other procedures. Meets requires for unit specific competencies.
• Attend unit base in-services and hospital nursing lecture and symposium. Keep abreast of current developments in nursing, medicine and allied health professions.

• Participate in Management of Patient Care Unit:

• Assist with controlling and directing the unit to encourage quality patient care ans staff satisfaction.
• Ensure the unit environment is safe, clean, and secure for patient, visitor and colleague by following the hospital fire and safety and infection control policies.
• Ensure all capital equipment and supplies are kept clean and appropriately maintained.

• Management and Communication:

• Interact effectively with patients, family and all team members to maintain standards of professional care to patients, families and visitors.
• Promote positive working environment and relationship with the healthcare team members.
• Maintains effective time management and priority setting skills in daily nursing responsibility and nursing care.
• Maintain and monitor effectiveness of supplies utilization in cost-effective manner.


CASE MANAGED:
Leukemia (Acute / Relapse)
Acute Myeloid Leukemia
Acute Myelogenous Leukemia
Chronic Myelomonocytic Leukemia (CMML)
Thalassemia (Minor/Major)
Splenomegaly
AML / Secondary AML
Refractory Cytopenia Myelodysplastic Syndromes (RCMD)
Dyskeratosis Congenital
Childhood Myelodysplastic Syndromes (MDS) - Primary / Secondary.

PREPARE AND ASSIST DOCTORE FOR PROCEDURE:
• Bone Marrow Aspiration
• Bone Marrow Transplant
• Liver Biopsy
• Ultrasound (Bedside)

EQUIPMENTS /INSTRUMENTS USED AND FAMILIAR WITH:
• Portable Cardiac Monitor
• Defibrillator
• ECG Machine (12 Lead ECG Machine)
• Infusion Pump
• Syringe pump
• Feeding Pump
• Portable mini Suction Machine
• Portable Pulse Oxymeter
• Portable Oxygen Apparatus
• Portable Suction Machine
• Sphygmomanometer
• Spirometer
• Peak Flow Meter
• Ophthalmoscope Apparatus
• Auroscope Apparatus
• Glucometer
• Sterilizer Machine


PREVIOUS EMPLOYMENT: (Transfer within Ministry of Health)
POSITION: STAFF NURSE
SPECIALTY: MEDICAL WARD
FACILITY: KOTA TINGGI HOSPITAL, JOHORE, MOH, MALAYSIA.
SIZE OF HOSPITAL: 250 BEDS CAPACITY HOSPITAL
SIZE OF UNIT: 25 BEDS CAPACITY
• 16 CHRONIC BEDS
• 9 ACUTE BEDS

Work under the direction of the Head Nurse
Nov 2011 - Nov 2012 SPECIALTY: HEMATOLOGY WARD

FACILITY: QUEEN ELIZABETH HOSPITAL, KOTA KINABALU. SABAH
SIZE OF HOSPITAL: 250 BEDS CAPACITY HOSPITAL
SIZE OF UNIT: 25 BEDS CAPACITY
COMMENCED DATE: NOV 2011 - NOV 2012

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Job Summary:
Work under the direction of the Head Nurse, assume responsibility for providing quality care to patient according to established Policy , Procedure and Standards of Nursing Practice.

Take part with Nursing Administration Education, and Quality Improvement activity and Support the Nursing Mission, Vision, Philosophy and objective of the Nursing Department and Unit and contribute to education effort

Responsible and Accountable for:
• Coordination of Patient Care on the Unit:

• Maintain High Standard of Patient care on the unit on a twenty four hours basis, by providing direct care to patient and family utilizing the established Standards of Nursing Practice.
• Ensure patient privacy and confidentiality is mountain all the time.
• Assesses patient's condition and nursing needs. Setting goals and delivers appropriate nursing intervention to meet the goals. Evaluates the effectiveness of nursing action by critical appraisal of patient outcomes.
• Administer medication and perform treatment in accordance with established hospital/unit standards, policy and procedure.

• Nursing Documentation and Patient Records:

• Maintain concise and accurate nursing records.
• Cooperates with medical and paramedic staff to implementing multi-disciplinary and nursing activities for patient care
• Report pertinent observation and reaction regarding patients to the appropriate person and records those observation accurately.
• Keep Head Nurse update about patient care problem and other issues.
• Uses patient care needs, nursing staff capabilities and qualifications as a guide when allocating assignment to other health team members.
• Participate in patient and family education and discharge planning.

• Coordination with Health Team Members on the Unit:

• Providing clinical guidance to other health team members to maintain statndards of professional care to patients, families and visitors
• Assist with, act as a preceptor during new hire orientations. Assist with their follow up evaluation.

• Education Responsibilities:

• Maintain own professional development growth, demonstrates competency in emergency procedures such as CPR and other procedures. Meets requires for unit specific competencies.
• Attend unit base in-services and hospital nursing lecture and symposium. Keep abreast of current developments in nursing, medicine and allied health professions.

• Participate in Management of Patient Care Unit:

• Assist with controlling and directing the unit to encourage quality patient care ans staff satisfaction.
• Ensure the unit environment is safe, clean, and secure for patient, visitor and colleague by following the hospital fire and safety and infection control policies.
• Ensure all capital equipment and supplies are kept clean and appropriately maintained.

• Management and Communication:

• Interact effectively with patients, family and all team members to maintain standards of professional care to patients, families and visitors.
• Promote positive working environment and relationship with the healthcare team members.
• Maintains effective time management and priority setting skills in daily nursing responsibility and nursing care.
• Maintain and monitor effectiveness of supplies utilization in cost-effective manner.

CASE MANAGED:
Leukemia (Acute / Relapse)
Acute Myeloid Leukemia
Acute Myelogenous Leukemia
Chronic Myelomonocytic Leukemia (CMML)
Thalassemia (Minor/Major)
Splenomegaly
AML / Secondary AML
Refractory Cytopenia Myelodysplastic Syndromes (RCMD)
Dyskeratosis Congenital
Childhood Myelodysplastic Syndromes (MDS) - Primary / Secondary.

PREPARE AND ASSIST DOCTORE FOR PROCEDURE:
• Bone Marrow Aspiration
• Bone Marrow Transplant
• Liver Biopsy
• Ultrasound (Bedside)

EQUIPMENTS /INSTRUMENTS USED AND FAMILIAR WITH:
• Portable Cardiac Monitor
• Defibrillator
• ECG Machine (12 Lead ECG Machine)
• Infusion Pump
• Syringe pump
• Feeding Pump
• Portable mini Suction Machine
• Portable Pulse Oxymeter
• Portable Oxygen Apparatus
• Portable Suction Machine
• Sphygmomanometer
• Spirometer
• Peak Flow Meter
• Ophthalmoscope Apparatus
• Auroscope Apparatus
• Glucometer
• Sterilizer Machine


PREVIOUS EMPLOYMENT: (Transfer within Ministry of Health)
POSITION: STAFF NURSE

Work under the direction of the Head Nurse
Oct 2008 - Oct 2011 SPECIALTY: ADMISSION & EMERGENCY / TRAUMA DEPARTMENT

FACILITY: DUCHESS OF KENT HOSPITAL SANDAKAN. SABAH
SIZE OF HOSPITAL: 250 BEDS CAPACITY HOSPITAL
SIZE OF UNIT: 6 BEDS CAPACITY
COMMENCED DATE: OCT 2008 - OCT 2011

JOB SUMMARY
Work under the direction of the Head Nurse, assume responsibility for providing quality care to patient according to established Policy , Procedure and Standards of Nursing Practice.

Provide rapid assessment and treatment to patients in the initial phase of illness or trauma and often in life-threatening situations and specialize in assessing, intervening and stabilizing a variety of trauma and illnesses with decisive action. Due to the range of medical conditions that may require urgent treatment and care, emergency room staff work and collaborate as a team with medical and non medical members and responsible handling case in triage room and distribution of patient according to case to case basis.
Other assigned area within Admission /Emergency and Trauma beds, must have the ability to make quick decision and priority in accurate assessment about in coming patient, including both physical & mental health condition.

Time management is crucial in ER and Trauma Department, emergency staff must quickly ascertain the following information from incoming patients:

• Identify the Medical problem
• Document Medical History
• Check for any allergies and current medications
• Obtain height, weight, body temperature, heart rate and blood pressure (Baseline Records)


CASE MANAGED:
• Acute Myocardial Infection
• Unstable Angina
• Ischemic Heart Disease
• Congestive Heart Failure
• Cardiomyopathy
• Cardiogenic Shock
• Coronary Artery Disease
• Uncontrolled Diabetic
• Hypo / Hyperglycemia
• Diabetic Ketoacidosis
• Thyroid Storm
• Heart Block
• Uncontrolled Hypertension
• Stroke
• Transient Ischemic Attack
• Motor Vehicles Accident
• Head injury
• Multiple Trauma / Fracture
• Internal Injury and Rupture viscera
• Traumatic Trauma ( Amputated Limb Upper/Lower)
• Gun Shot Injury
• Sepsis / Septic Shock
• Hypovolemic Shock
• Cardiogenic Shock
• Neurogenic Shock
• Burn Injury
• Febrile Fits
• Epilepsy
• Acute exacerbation Bronchial Asthma
• Adult Respiratory Distress
• Chronic Obstructive Airway Disease
• Pneumonia
• Pulmonary Edema
• Pulmonary Embolism
• Drugs Abuse
• Suicidal Attempt
• Psychiatric /Acute Psychosis
• Unconscious (Unknown History)
• Sting Jelly Fish
• Food Poisoning
• Acute Gastro Enteritis
• Meningitis
• Encephalopathy ( Hepatic)
• Acute Kidney Injury
• Renal Failure
• Allergy / Anaphylactic Shock
• Assaulted Case
• Acute Abdomen
• Gastro Intestinal Bleeding
• Hemoptysis / Hematemesis
• Gas Inhalation
• Chemical Spills
• Oncology Case
• Gynecology case
• PV Bleeding
• Abortion
• Threaten Abortion
• Menorrhagia
• Dysmenorrhea

MANAGE / PREPARE AND ASSIST DOCTOR:
• Insertion of Suprapubic
• Insertion of Invasive line
• Insertion & Removal of chest tube
• Intubations &Extubation
• Code Blue Resuscitation
• Pericardiocentesis
• Cardioversion / defibrillation
• Lumbar Puncture
• Skin Traction
• Plaster of Paris Application
• Endoscopy (Gastroscopy &Colonoscopy)
• Vagina Examination / Speculum Examination
• Proctoscope Examination
• Prepare patient for Diagnostic Procedure
• Toilet and Suturing - Burn case / Minor Cut Wound

• Perform Nursing Procedure /etc:

• Phlebotomy
• Female catheterization
• Removal of invasive line (CVP)
• Peripheral Venous Cannulation
• Insertion of Nasogastric Tube
• Changing Tracheostomy Tube
• Change Ostomy Dressing
• Simple Wound / Bed Sore Dressing

EQUIPMENTS /INSTRUMENTS USED AND FAMILIAR WITH:
• Portable Cardiac Monitor
• Defibrillator
• ECG Machine (12 Lead ECG Machine)
• Infusion Pump
• Syringe pump
• Feeding Pump
• Portable mini Suction Machine
• Portable Pulse Oxymeter
• Portable Oxygen Apparatus
• Portable Suction Machine
• Sphygmomanometer
• Spirometer
• Peak Flow Meter
• Ophthalmoscope Apparatus
• AuroscopeApparatus
• Glucometer
• Sterilizer Machine

Senior Staff Nurse
Feb 2014 - Dec 2014 MOH, Sabah, Malaysia

11 months

Diabetic Educator
Jul 2013 - Jan 2014 Kota Kinabalu Allied Health Science College

6 months

Staff Nurse
May 2013 - Jun 2013 MOH Johore, Malaysia

2 months

Work under the direction of the Head Nurse
May 2013 - Jun 2013 Procedure and Standards of Nursing Practice

assume responsibility for providing quality care to patient according to established Policy , Procedure and Standards of Nursing Practice.

Take part with Nursing Administration Education, and Quality Improvement activity and Support the Nursing Mission, Vision, Philosophy and objective of the Nursing Department and Unit and contribute to education effort

Responsible and Accountable for:
• Coordination of Patient Care on the Unit:

• Maintain High Standard of Patient care on the unit on a twenty four hours basis, by providing direct care to patient and family utilizing the established Standards of Nursing Practice.
• Ensure patient privacy and confidentiality is mountain all the time.
• Assesses patient's condition and nursing needs. Setting goals and delivers appropriate nursing intervention to meet the goals. Evaluates the effectiveness of nursing action by critical appraisal of patient outcomes.
• Administer medication and perform treatment in accordance with established hospital/unit standards, policy and procedure.

• Nursing Documentation and Patient Records:

• Maintain concise and accurate nursing records.
• Cooperates with medical and paramedic staff to implementing multi-disciplinary and nursing activities for patient care
• Report pertinent observation and reaction regarding patients to the appropriate person and records those observation accurately.
• Keep Head Nurse update about patient care problem and other issues.
• Uses patient care needs, nursing staff capabilities and qualifications as a guide when allocating assignment to other health team members.
• Participate in patient and family education and discharge planning.

• Coordination with Health Team Members on the Unit:

• Providing clinical guidance to other health team members to maintain statndards of professional care to patients, families and visitors
• Assist with, act as a preceptor during new hire orientations. Assist with their follow up evaluation.

• Education Responsibilities:

• Maintain own professional development growth, demonstrates competency in emergency procedures such as CPR and other procedures. Meets requires for unit specific competencies.
• Attend unit base in-services and hospital nursing lecture and symposium. Keep abreast of current developments in nursing, medicine and allied health professions.

• Participate in Management of Patient Care Unit:

• Assist with controlling and directing the unit to encourage quality patient care ans staff satisfaction.
• Ensure the unit environment is safe, clean, and secure for patient, visitor and colleague by following the hospital fire and safety and infection control policies.
• Ensure all capital equipment and supplies are kept clean and appropriately maintained.

• Management and Communication:

• Interact effectively with patients, family and all team members to maintain standards of professional care to patients, families and visitors.
• Promote positive working environment and relationship with the healthcare team members.
• Maintains effective time management and priority setting skills in daily nursing responsibility and nursing care.
• Maintain and monitor effectiveness of supplies utilization in cost-effective manner.

CASE MANAGED
MEDICAL CASE:
• Acute Coronary Syndrome
• Unstable Angina
• Cardiac arrhythmias
• Coronary Artery Disease
• Congestive Heart Failure
• Cardiomyopathy
• Carditis
• Myocardial Infarction
• Hypertension
• Stroke
• Transient ischemic Attack
• Uncontrolled Diabetes
• Hypoglycemia / Hypoglycemia
• Endocrine Disease
• Hypo /Hyperthyroidism
• Goiter
• Thyrotoxicosis
• Ascites
• Chronic Liver Disease
• Hepatitis A
• Hepatitis C
• Airborne Disease ( Pulmonary Tuberculosis/H1N1/Swine Flu)
• Bronchial Asthma
• Pneumonia
• Bronchitis
• Upper Respiratory Distress
• Chronic Obstructive Airway Disease
• Depression
• Dementia
• Alzheimer
• Communicable Disease - Chicken Pox / Measles

EMERGENCY CASE:
• Sepsis / Septic Shock
• Hypovolemia Shock
• Neurogenic Shock
• Hemorrhage Case
• Anaphylaxis / Allergy Reaction

MANAGE / PREPARE AND ASSIST DOCTOR:
• Insertion of Suprapubic
• Insertion of Invasive line
• Insertion & Removal of chest tube
• Intubations &Extubation
• Code Blue Resuscitation
• Pericardiocentesis
• Cardioversion / defibrillation
• Lumbar Puncture
• Liver Biopsy
• Bone Marrow Aspiration & Biopsy
• Plaster of Paris Application
• Endoscopy (Gastroscopy & Colonoscopy)

• Perform Nursing Procedure /etc:

• Phlebotomy
• Female catheterization
• Removal of invasive line (CVP)
• Peripheral Venous Cannulation
• Insertion of Nasogastric Tube
• Changing Tracheostomy Tube
• Change Ostomy Dressing
• Simple Wound / Bed Sore Dressing


EQUIPMENTS /INSTRUMENTS USED AND FAMILIAR WITH:
• Portable Cardiac Monitor
• Defibrillator
• ECG Machine (12 Lead ECG Machine)
• Infusion Pump
• Syringe pump
• Feeding Pump
• Portable mini Suction Machine
• Portable Pulse Oxymeter
• Portable Oxygen Apparatus
• Portable Suction Machine
• Sphygmomanometer
• Spirometer
• Peak Flow Meter
• Ophthalmoscope Apparatus
• Auroscope Apparatus
• Glucometer
• Sterilizer Machine


PREVIOUS EMPLOYMENT: (Transfer within Ministry of Health)
POSITION: STAFF NURSE
SPECIALTY: MEDICAL WARD
FACILITY: QUEEN ELIZABETH HOSPITAL, KOTA KINABALU. SABAH
MINISTRY OF HEALTH
SIZE OF HOSPITAL: 250 BEDS CAPACITY HOSPITAL
SIZE OF UNIT: 25 BEDS CAPACITY
• 16 CHRONIC BEDS
• 9 ACUTE BEDS

Work under the direction of the Head Nurse
Dec 2012 - Apr 2013 Procedure and Standards of Nursing Practice

assume responsibility for providing quality care to patient according to established Policy , Procedure and Standards of Nursing Practice.

Take part with Nursing Administration Education, and Quality Improvement activity and Support the Nursing Mission, Vision, Philosophy and objective of the Nursing Department and Unit and contribute to education effort

Responsible and Accountable for:
• Coordination of Patient Care on the Unit:

• Maintain High Standard of Patient care on the unit on a twenty four hours basis, by providing direct care to patient and family utilizing the established Standards of Nursing Practice.
• Ensure patient privacy and confidentiality is mountain all the time.
• Assesses patient's condition and nursing needs. Setting goals and delivers appropriate nursing intervention to meet the goals. Evaluates the effectiveness of nursing action by critical appraisal of patient outcomes.
• Administer medication and perform treatment in accordance with established hospital/unit standards, policy and procedure.

• Nursing Documentation and Patient Records:

• Maintain concise and accurate nursing records.
• Cooperates with medical and paramedic staff to implementing multi-disciplinary and nursing activities for patient care
• Report pertinent observation and reaction regarding patients to the appropriate person and records those observation accurately.
• Keep Head Nurse update about patient care problem and other issues.
• Uses patient care needs, nursing staff capabilities and qualifications as a guide when allocating assignment to other health team members.
• Participate in patient and family education and discharge planning.

• Coordination with Health Team Members on the Unit:

• Providing clinical guidance to other health team members to maintain statndards of professional care to patients, families and visitors
• Assist with, act as a preceptor during new hire orientations. Assist with their follow up evaluation.

• Education Responsibilities:

• Maintain own professional development growth, demonstrates competency in emergency procedures such as CPR and other procedures. Meets requires for unit specific competencies.
• Attend unit base in-services and hospital nursing lecture and symposium. Keep abreast of current developments in nursing, medicine and allied health professions.

• Participate in Management of Patient Care Unit:

• Assist with controlling and directing the unit to encourage quality patient care ans staff satisfaction.
• Ensure the unit environment is safe, clean, and secure for patient, visitor and colleague by following the hospital fire and safety and infection control policies.
• Ensure all capital equipment and supplies are kept clean and appropriately maintained.

• Management and Communication:

• Interact effectively with patients, family and all team members to maintain standards of professional care to patients, families and visitors.
• Promote positive working environment and relationship with the healthcare team members.
• Maintains effective time management and priority setting skills in daily nursing responsibility and nursing care.
• Maintain and monitor effectiveness of supplies utilization in cost-effective manner.

CASE MANAGED
MEDICAL CASE:
• Acute Coronary Syndrome
• Unstable Angina
• Cardiac arrhythmias
• Coronary Artery Disease
• Congestive Heart Failure
• Cardiomyopathy
• Carditis
• Myocardial Infarction
• Hypertension
• Stroke
• Transient ischemic Attack
• Uncontrolled Diabetes
• Hypoglycemia / Hypoglycemia
• Endocrine Disease
• Hypo /Hyperthyroidism
• Goiter
• Thyrotoxicosis
• Ascites
• Chronic Liver Disease
• Hepatitis A
• Hepatitis C
• Airborne Disease ( Pulmonary Tuberculosis/H1N1/Swine Flu)
• Bronchial Asthma
• Pneumonia
• Bronchitis
• Upper Respiratory Distress
• Chronic Obstructive Airway Disease
• Depression
• Dementia
• Alzheimer
• Communicable Disease - Chicken Pox / Measles

EMERGENCY CASE:
• Sepsis / Septic Shock
• Hypovolemia Shock
• Neurogenic Shock
• Hemorrhage Case
• Anaphylaxis / Allergy Reaction

MANAGE / PREPARE AND ASSIST DOCTOR:
• Insertion of Suprapubic
• Insertion of Invasive line
• Insertion & Removal of chest tube
• Intubations &Extubation
• Code Blue Resuscitation
• Pericardiocentesis
• Cardioversion / defibrillation
• Lumbar Puncture
• Liver Biopsy
• Bone Marrow Aspiration & Biopsy
• Plaster of Paris Application
• Endoscopy (Gastroscopy & Colonoscopy)

• Perform Nursing Procedure /etc:

• Phlebotomy
• Female catheterization
• Removal of invasive line (CVP)
• Peripheral Venous Cannulation
• Insertion of Nasogastric Tube
• Changing Tracheostomy Tube
• Change Ostomy Dressing
• Simple Wound / Bed Sore Dressing


EQUIPMENTS /INSTRUMENTS USED AND FAMILIAR WITH:
• Portable Cardiac Monitor
• Defibrillator
• ECG Machine (12 Lead ECG Machine)
• Infusion Pump
• Syringe pump
• Feeding Pump
• Portable mini Suction Machine
• Portable Pulse Oxymeter
• Portable Oxygen Apparatus
• Portable Suction Machine
• Sphygmomanometer
• Spirometer
• Peak Flow Meter
• Ophthalmoscope Apparatus
• Auroscope Apparatus
• Glucometer
• Sterilizer Machine


PREVIOUS EMPLOYMENT: (Transfer within Ministry of Health)
POSITION: STAFF NURSE

Staff Nurse
Dec 2012 - Apr 2013 MOH. Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia

4 months

Staff Nurse
Nov 2011 - Nov 2012 Queen Elizabeth Hospital, MOH.KotaKinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia.

1 year

Jan 2010 - Dec 2012 Open University Malaysia, Sabah

Malaysia. Bachelor of Nursing Science with Honours - 2 years

CHARGE NURSE
Oct 2008 - Oct 2011 Duchess of Kent Hospital

MOH, Sandakan, Sabah, Malaysia. Emergency Department Staff Nurse 3 years


CURRENT EMPLOYMENT
POSITION: CHARGE NURSE

Education

Jan 2010 - Jan 2012 Open University Malaysia
Diploma in Nursing - REGISTRATION
Jan 2005 - Jan 2008 Duchess of Kent Nursing College
CERTIFICATE
- Jan 2003 St Cecilia Convent Secondary School Sandakan Sabah Malaysia
CERTIFICATE
St Mary Secondary School