1 DOROTHY DENISE GODDARD RN BSN MSN FNP-C Doctoral Student Summary of qualifications Strong Leadership and Clinical skills with experience in Emergency/ Trauma/Air Medical Service, Urgent Care, Inpatient Hospitalist program, Neurology. Qualified, experienced Nursing educator Board certified Family Graduated with Honors from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, August 2006, Master of Science in Nursing-Family. Inducted into Theta Sigma Tau International Honor Society of Nursing. AANP National Board Certification Family September Doctoral Student, University of Texas at Arlington Education Currently enrolled in Doctor of Nursing Practice program at University of Texas at Arlington with a completion date of December Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Lubbock, TX Masters of Science in Nursing, Family Board Certification FNP September 2006 Member of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society for Nursing 1999 Angelo State University Bachelor of Science in Nursing 1982 Angelo State University Associate of Science in Nursing Primary Teaching Specialties Graduate Nursing Courses
2 Teaching Philosophy I plan to make a positive connection with students in order to inspire them to obtain knowledge and to provide excellent care to their patients. I want students to realize vast opportunities provided by a career in Nursing. I believe the most important values include quality care, trust, autonomy, advocacy, accountability, knowledge, and inquiry. Through a holistic approach, I will educate future nursing students of the value these concepts will have in their own practices. I believe Nursing faculty should instruct and model ethical behavior and professional accountability. Faculty must live their scope and standards of practice. I believe that effective teachers establish an inviting, learning environment that promotes collaboration among themselves and their students for achievement of educational goals. I will focus on providing learning experiences that support evidence-based practice, thereby teaching students how to provide quality care to patients. My teaching framework also includes the use of Boyer s Scholarship of Engagement which includes the phases of discovery, integration, application and teaching. I believe the utilization of this theory in my teaching practice will enhance student knowledge as well as teacher effectiveness. I recognize the uniqueness and cultural diversity of each student as a quality that should be fostered and shared in the classroom to increase both instructor and student understanding. I want my students to learn how to think critically. I understand that learning occurs when new information is integrated into existing knowledge structures and students vary in their baseline knowledge. Therefore, I offer a variety of learning tools for students such as a list of further readings that are not required, but offer different perspectives. I also try to connect new ideas that are presented with content from previous lectures. I have high expectations in terms of academic standards. I help students meet those standards by encouraging and congratulating students when they understand the material and subsequently raising the level of discourse. I am eager to provide extensive feedback on assignments and I am available to meet for guidance. Student s progress should be recognized and I make an explicit attempt to do so. Research Interests Trauma Rural Healthcare Spirituality Prayer Faith-Based Wellness Programs Professional memberships American Association of s Texas s Coalition for Nurses in Advanced Practice Professional
3 experience October 2014-May 2015 The Catholic University of America Washington, DC Nursing Faculty for Masters Level APN students Duties: Developed and Instructed fully online Pharmacology for Advanced Practice Nurses October 2014-Present Take Care Health Care Clinic Duties: Retail Care setting, assessment, diagnostic evaluation, interpretation of radiologic and laboratory exams, formulation of treatment plan August 2010-Present Care Now Duties: Urgent Care setting, assessment, diagnostic evaluation, interpretation of radiologic and laboratory exams, formulation of treatment plan, suturing and splinting, minor office surgical procedures. March 2008-August 2010 Community Medical Associates Medicenter Duties: Urgent Care setting, assessment, diagnostic evaluation, interpretation of radiologic and laboratory exams, formulation of treatment plan, suturing and splinting, minor office surgical procedures. May March 2008 Shannon Medical Center Hospitalist: For Cardiac and General Medical patients: Admission history and physical, Initial admit orders, Inpatient care, Discharge planning, Discharge summary dictation, and Persantine stress tests Neurology: New patient assessment and diagnostic evaluation, Baclofen intrathecal pump management, Followup established patient office visits, Inpatient consults and ongoing care, Admission history and physical, Discharge planning, Rehab unit care, and Discharge summary dictation. Registered Nurse/Administration Duties: Program Manager, Trauma Services Administrator on Call Emergency/Disaster Management Chairperson Emergency Department Interim Administrative Director May 2000 December 2000 Emergency Department Charge Nurse; Quality Improvement Medivac 1 Flight Nurse Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner October 2006-June 2008 San Angelo Emergency Physicians, PA
4 PRN position Duties: Emergency Department & Minor Emergency Clinic; Formulating clinical decisions to evaluate, diagnose, and treat high-acuity case-load. January 2010-May 2010 Cook Childrens Hospital Temp position Duties: Medical interviews, medical and forensic evaluations, SANE exams, psychosocial assessments, multidisciplinary reviews, and interaction with law enforcement, judicial system, and multiple outside organizations for victims of sexual abuse, physical abuse and neglect. Additional professional activities Nationally Certified Emergency Nurse Advanced Cardiac Life Support Instructor Advanced Cardiac Life Support provider Trauma Nursing Core Curriculum (TNCC) Texas State Faculty Emergency Nursing Pediatric Course (ENPC) Texas State Faculty Quality Improvement Chairman, Regional Advisory Council, Trauma Service Area K Trauma Nursing Core Curriculum (TNCC) Instructor Trauma Nursing Core Curriculum (TNCC) Course Coordinator Emergency Nursing Pediatric Course (ENPC) Instructor Emergency Nursing Pediatric Course (ENPC) Course Coordinator Southern Methodist University Middle Management Course 2001 American Trauma Society Trauma Coordinator s Core Course, 1999 United States Department Of Justice Weapons of Mass Destruction Response training 2001 Communications Managers Workshop 2001 Trauma System Process Improvement workshop 2001 Trauma Nurse Clinician Course 2001 Chairman, Concho Valley Regional Hospital Planning Group for Bioterrorism Publications Physical and Spiritual Health, Wednesday Wisdom, The Journey Adult Bible Fellowship, First Baptist Colleyville, April 2015 Concho Valley Regional Advisory Council Trauma plan, coauthored with Dr. Buddy Flynn, 2000 Concho Valley Regional Advisory Council Emergency Management and Bioterrorism response plan, 2004 Lectures Foundations for Prescriptive Practice/Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics, The Catholic University of America, 2015
5 Cardiovascular Agents, The Catholic University of America, 2015 Writing Prescriptions, The Catholic University of America, 2015 Topical and Respiratory Agents, The Catholic University of America, 2015 Gastrointestinal and Renal Agents, The Catholic University of America, 2015 Musculoskeletal Agents and Pain Management, The Catholic University of America, 2015 Central Nervous System Agents and Psychotropic Medications, The Catholic University of America, 2015 Endocrine and Reproductive Agents, The Catholic University of America, 2015 Anti-Infective Agents and Immunizations, The Catholic University of America, 2015 Brain and Craniofacial Trauma, Trauma Nurses Core Curriculum Shock, Trauma Nurses Core Curriculum Abdominal Trauma, Trauma Nurses Core Curriculum Trauma and Pregnancy, Trauma Nurses Core Curriculum Geriatric Trauma, Trauma Nurses Core Curriculum Psychosocial Aspects of Trauma Care, Trauma Nurses Core Curriculum Stabilization, Transfer, and Transport, Trauma Nurses Core Curriculum Pediatric Trauma, Emergency Nurses Pediatric Course Childhood Illnesses, Emergency Nurses Pediatric Course Stabilization and Transport, Emergency Nurses Pediatric Course Bioterrorism for Nurses- Chemical, Radiological, and Biological Agents presented throughout 2005 and 2006 Case Study on Rheumatic Fever presented at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School Of Nursing Research Symposium, November 2005 Stress Management, National Association of Air Communication Specialists, January 2006 Development and Implementation of a Collaborative Trauma Team, Texas Trauma Coordinators Forum, October 2004 Trauma Process Improvement in a Level III Trauma Center, Texas Trauma Coordinators Forum, October 2004.
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