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1305 N. Martin Avenue P.O. Box 210203 Tucson, AZ 85721-0203 Tel: (520) 626-6152 Fax: (520
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   September 20, 2017 To Whom It May Concern: Taylor Romero was my student during her 10 week psychiatric/mental health nursing clinical rotation last semester. As a clinical instructor/lecturer with fifty years experience in various psych nursing areas, I have a unique opportunity to become acquainted with my students as individuals. Since they're learning to use their own personalities as a therapeutic tool, I try to help them get to know themselves more in depth and as members of a team on our four unit inpatient facility. During our psych rotation, they also experience working with older adults, pediatric therapy services, and intensive adult outpatient services. My goal for them is to practice interpersonal relationship skills that can be generalized and applied to any nursing endeavor they choose. Please review Taylor's resume again. It you think she looks good on paper, wait until you interview her! Immediately, you'll say to yourself, Taylor is just the kind of person/RN that we need and want in our organization… on our team. Taylor's exceptional social skills easily translate into a warm and caring bedside manner that you and I would wish for if we were patients. Even as a new grad, she will shine due to her ability to adapt to new situation. Taylor is assertive in such a way that others feel it's interesting, engaging, and fun to work with her. Now the usual (but true) description of the strengths and attributes that Taylor will bring to your organization: 1) a broad and in depth nursing knowledge base; 2) highly developed technical/technology abilities; 3) excellent verbal/written communication skills and finally; 4) an appreciation of the value of the continued application of evidenced-based nursing practice We're proud to send you one of our best and our brightest – with leadership written all over her. Taylor personifies what you and we want the future of nursing to look liKe. Don't wait until someone else discovers her – talk to her ASAP and sign her up! Sincerely, Susan Markovich, RN, MSN Clinical Instructor 1305 N. Martin Avenue P.O. Box 210203 Tucson, AZ 85721-0203 Tel: (520) 626-6152 Fax: (520) 626-2669 www.nursing.arizona.edu   1305 N. Martin Avenue P.O. Box 210203 Tucson, AZ 85721-0203 Tel: (520) 626-6154 Fax: (520) 626-4062 www.nursing.arizona.edu New Graduate Nurse Recommendation for Employment Student: Romero, Taylor (Last) (First) My contact with this student: I had the pleasure of working with Ms. Romero during the fall semester of 2016 as her  pediatric clinical instructor working with her in the classroom and on the pediatric unit at Tucson Medical Center. Instructor Evaluation of Student     Outstanding Above Average Average Below Average Unknown Academic Achievement X Clinical Competence X Critical Thinking Skills X Leadership Ability X Interpersonal Skills X Working With Patients/ Families X Organizational Skills X Problem-Solving Ability X Flexibility X Ability to Work Well With Others X Additional Comments : What are the applicant’s major strengths?  Ms. Romero is a highly motivated outstanding student who is a self-directed, independent learner and seeks clinical experiences which challenge her to grow in the delivery of integrated nursing care. She has excellent critical thinking skills and problem solving abilities with complex patient problems. She approaches her nursing care with a genuine compassion for others and is developing into a patient advocate. She has honed her leadership skills through her involvement with the Student Nurses Association on campus as well as being accepted to work as a VALOR nurse extern at the Veteran’s State Home . What areas need further improvement? Ms. Romero demonstrates very solid intermediate medical-surgical nursing skills and is able to integrate  pathophysiology, pharmacology, and nursing science at the novice level and continues to grow in this area. What is your overall evaluation of this student compared with others at the same level in your program? Ms. Romero is an exemplary student who has demonstrated the development of a solid nursing skill set across a wide variety of pediatric medical surgical patients. She is committed to excellence in nursing practice and is sought out by her peers as a resource person. Ms. Romero is an excellent candidate for your new graduate program. I recommend her without reservation and believe that she will be an asset to your institution. If you have further questions concerning this applicant, please feel free to contact me at 520-395-5809. Sincerely, Date: 09/19/2017 Amber J Price, RN, MSN-Ed Pediatric Clinical Instructor College of Nursing The University of Arizona
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