1 Curriculum Vitae Frances Todd, MSN, RN 951 County Rd. North Haverhill, NH Telephone Home Telephone Work Achievements Leadership role in planning and building a new on-site 8,000 square foot Patient Safety Training (PSTC) Center at Dartmouth-Hitchcock ((D-H). Current responsibilities include providing direction for the development and oversight of: 1) simulation-based education and research programs for the D-H system, Dartmouth Medical School, and Colby- Sawyer Nursing School, 2) the American Heart Association Regional Training Center, and 3) operational processes for the PSTC, and 4) collaboration with the New England Alliance of Hospitals (NEAH) to improve performance across the region. Envisioned, promoted, and implemented the integration of simulation-based learning of the new electronic health record from EPIC into orientation curricula for newly hired nurses at D-H. Leadership role in the development and implementation of a new nurse residency simulation program at D-H. Data analyses showed statistically significant improvement in recruitment and retention of new nurse graduates (n=500) resulting in a cost avoidance of 3.5 million dollars over a three year period of time. Editor of the D-H nurse residency program that was sold as intellectual property bringing in revenue and royalties to the Patient Safety Training Center at D-H. Achieved successful coordination and management of compliance to Federal, NCQA (excellent rating), and Vermont state standards for HMO contracted delegated utilization management services to physician hospital organizations (PHO) as MVP s Vermont Regional Delegation Coordinator. Achieved success as a business owner and case manager of Partners for Independent Living, Inc. utilizing nursing, communication, marketing, budgeting, scheduling, and supervisory skills. Demonstrated ability to envision, obtain funding for, implement, and evaluate successful programs in the clinical and community setting. Demonstrated ability to facilitate change in the roles of manager, director and business owner. EDUCATION Bachelor of Arts in History and Education, University of Maine, Orono, ME Associates Degree in Nursing, Goldenwest College, Huntington Beach, CA Masters of Science in Nursing, Advanced Population Nursing Tract, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT LICENSE 1978 Present Registered Nurse
2 CERTIFICATIONS Six Sigma Green Belt - pending PAST CERTIFICATIONS Advanced Cardiac Life Support Instructor (AHA) 2002 Case Management (CM) (NEHA) ENA Trauma Nurse Certification (TNCC) Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS Sigma Theta Tau, International Honor Society of Nursing, Kappa Tau Chapter Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSH) and secretary for the hospital-based SIG The International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning (INASCL) American Society of Professionals in Patient Safety (ASPPS) AWARDS Best Thesis Award by Sigma Theta Tau: Kappa Tau Chapter EMPLOYMENT HISTORY The Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth ( ) The Dartmouth Institute (TDI) Appointment as Instructor Dartmouth-Hitchcock (2008 present) Director of Simulation-Based Education and Research Accountability to: Provide leadership and collaborate with all roles within the D-H system to provide interdisciplinary teams with the strategic use of simulation-based training, multimodal education, and competency assessment. Lead and promote the development of highly effective simulation-based training that supports D-H personnel performing at the highest levels of competency. Fully implement a comprehensive simulation-based learner portfolio and competency management system. Lead and support the development of a comprehensive research core to support systems and operations research to advance the science of healthcare delivery. Participate in Beta testing and translational research initiatives in alignment with organizational priorities. Develop both long- and short-term strategies to create infrastructure to support the advancement of all D-H system-wide strategic programs in Simulation-Based Education, Training, Research, and using the Quality Assurance Performance Improvement (QAPI) model for performance improvement. Dartmouth-Hitchcock ( ) Nurse Simulation Specialist and Manager of centralized simulation-based nursing education Broad responsibilities for the integration of simulation as a learning tool into nursing education curricula within the Office of Professional Nursing.
3 MVP Health Care HMO ( ) Vermont Regional Delegation Coordinator Auditor for compliance to federal, state, NCQA, and MVP standards pertaining to UM and utilization review for hospitals. Fletcher Allen Health Care ( ) Medical ICU, surgical ICU, and pediatric ICU staff nurse II and III. Progressive experiences, with varying FTE levels from per diem to full time, included charge nurse responsibilities, strong clinical skills, policy and protocol development, shared governance implementation at the unit and organizational level, and participating in patient and family centered care initiative. Partners for Independent Living, Inc. ( ) As owner, envisioned, created, and implemented a business plan for a business that provided support services for the elderly to stay in their homes Copley Hospital (1998) Hospital nursing supervisory position and RN on the Fletcher Allen Coordinated Transport (FACT) ambulance. Copley Hospital and Lamoille Home Health and Hospice ( ) Discharge Planner & Home Health Care Liaison Designed reorganization of departments, developed discharge plans for patients, and followed high-risk patients as a home health nurse in the liaison role.. Provided high-tech nursing services for children and adults, and hospice care to clients in the home setting Portland Maine Medical Center, Portland, ME Fort Myers Community Hospital, Fort Myers, FLA Orange County Medical Center, Orange, CA Presentations th Annual International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH). January, A Hospital-Based Faculty Development Program: Educating Clinical Faculty to Integrate and Increase the Use of Simulation in Training Programs and Curricula. San Diego, CA. Primary presenter with Ellen Lones, PhD, RN, CNOR 12 th Annual International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH). January, Hospital-Based Simulation Programs: Sharing Operational Models, Practices, and Strategies. San Diego, CA. Co-presenter with Deborah Arnold, MSN, RN, CMS & Tom LeMaster, RN, MSN, MEd, REMT-P & Kelly Wallin, MS, RN th Annual International Nursing Simulation/Learning Resource Centers, June, Engaging Unit-Based Clinical Educators as Facilitators in Simulated Experiences during a Nurse Residency Program in an Acute Care Facility. Las Vegas, NV. Co-Presenter with Veronica Daley, RN, BSN.
4 METI HPSN 2010, March Simulation Training and Other Methodologies for Integrating Safety into Health-Care Practice. Tampa, FLA 2009 Sigma Theta Tau International Conference, July, Program. Vancouver, BC, Canada. Experiential Based Nursing Residency AORN - Reaching the Peak of Peri Operative Practice: Safety, Quality, Collaboration annual Conference, November, The Science Behind Safety Simulation & Fire in the OR Simulation and Debriefing. Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, NH. National Healthcare CNO Summit Spring, April, Nurse Excellence Innovative Teaching Strategies - Simulation & Education. San Antonio, TX Cincinnati Children s Hospital, October Human Patient Simulation and the Nurse Residency Program at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. Cincinnati, OH METI HPSN 2008, February Human Patient Simulation and the Nurse Residency Program at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. Tampa, Fl 2007 Beth Israel Hospital, July, Human Patient Simulation and the Nurse Residency Program at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. Boston, MA 2006 Professional Nurse Educator Group (PNEG), November, Maximizing the Potential of Human Patient Simulation: Teaching & Learning Along The Novice To Expert Continuum, Burlington, VT. Co-presenter with Linda Von Reyn, PhD, RN, Suzanne Beyea, PhD, RN, FAAN, and Carmeleta Beidler, BSN, RN. Dartmouth Hitchcock Technology in Medicine Fair, June Human Patient Simulation and the Nursing Experience at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. Lebanon, NH. Laerdal User s Group Conference, June Integration of Simulation into Education. Foxwoods, CN. Co-Presenter with Cynthia Grigel, BSN, RN. Laerdal User s Group Conference, June Human Patient Simulation and the Nurse Residency Program at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. Foxwoods, CN 14 th Annual Conference for Nurse Educators in Practice Settings and Schools of Nursing, May Reflection: A Strategy for Active Learning with Human Patient Simulation. Newcastle, NH. 10 th National Magnet Conference, October, Using Human Patient Simulation for Graduate Nurses. Denver, CO
5 Laerdal User s Group Conference, January Demonstration of Simulated Learning & Reflection as a Debriefing Strategy. Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, NH 2004 American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Symposium, November, Drinkwell: A School Based, Community Participation Approach to Decreasing Obesity Among Adolescents and Pre-Adolescents. San Francisco, CA Poster Presentations th Annual International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH). A Hospital-Based Faculty Development Program: Educating Clinical Faculty to Integrate and Increase the Use of Simulation in Training Programs and Curricula. San Diego, CA 11 th Annual International Nursing Simulation/Learning Resource Centers Conference. June, Improving Student Nurse Competency: A Partnership for Academia and Practice. San Antonio, TX. Co-presented with Rene Verbel, RN and Judith Long MSN, RN th Annual International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare. Human Patient Simulation and the Nurse Residency Program at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center Lake Buena Vista, FL Copresenter th Annual Conference for Nurse Educators in Practice Settings and Schools of Nursing. Integrating Reflective Practice into Human Patient Simulation Experiences Newcastle, NH Annual conference for Nurse Educators, New Castle, NH 13 th Annual conference for Nurse Educators. New Castle, NH. Human Patient Simulation and the Nurse Residency Program at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. Co-presented with Linda Von Reyn, PhD, RN, Suzanne Beyea, PhD, RN, FAAN, and Carmeleta Beidler, BSN, RN th Annual conference for Nurse Educators. An Innovative Nurse Residency: Integrating Human Patient Simulation for Competency Development. Co-presented with Linda Von Reyn, PhD, RN, Suzanne Beyea, PhD, RN, FAAN, and Carmeleta Beidler, BSN, RN. Research 2004 PI for a clinical research study on "The Effectiveness of Checking Blood Glucose Levels during Casual Community Screenings for Diabetes. Thesis defense at the University of Vermont - voted Best Thesis Award in 2004 by Sigma Theta Tau: Kappa Tau Chapter Conducted a community project on "Drinkwell: A School Based, Community Participation Approach to Decreasing Obesity among Adolescents and Pre-Adolescents" - presented at the American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Symposium in Grants
6 Picker Institute Grant Matching Quality Project: Provided the simulation-based education strategy for project entitled Hardwiring Always Events from Nursing Orientation to Family and Patient-Centered Care Coordinated implementation and evaluation of a HRSA grant entitled A Nurse Residency Program for Competency Development (#ID64HP ) Partnered with public school system to write a grant for An afterschool program for elementary school children in a rural setting and coordinated the development, implementation, and evaluation of the program to meet objectives of the grant COMMUNITY SERVICE 1989 Started an After-school program for grades K-8 and developed a partnership with the local school to obtain grant funding for the program 1991 Initiated reformation of community recreation committee for my rural community Cub Scout den leader and Boy Scout Council Member (one year) Green Mt. Council Pack 617 SKILLS Computer literate using Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, MS Excel/EngineRoom, Windows, and the internet Six Sigma DMAIC Project Management Tools High-fidelity Simulation using Laerdal and CAE human patient simulators. Use of audiovisual equipment and learning management system for simulation training Personal Time Family Skiing Reading Kayaking Remodeling houses
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