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ROSEMARY

KINUTHIA, RN, MPH


2479 Peachtree Road NE, Unit 209
Atlanta, GA 30305

(770) 354-4627
rkinuth@emory.edu

E D U C A T IO N
Emory University, Atlanta, GA
Doctor of Nursing Practice Candidate
Family Nurse Practitioner and Health Systems Leadership

Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA
Master of Public Health
Health Promotion and Behavior

Saint Francis University, Loretto, PA
Bachelor od Science in Nursing

Expected to graduate
Spring 2017
Summer 2010

Spring 2006


P R O F E S S IO N A L E X P E R IE N C E
Emory University, Atlanta, GA
August 2015 to December 2015
Clinical Instructor, Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing
Responsible for delivering a quality educational experience for undergraduate students enrolled in nursing
courses.
Provide instruction of essential nursing health assessment techniques in lab settings.
Evaluate and grade student performance.
Collaborate with other faculty members to meet student needs.
Participate in faculty meetings

Morehouse School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA
June 2014 to December 2014
Associate Project Director, Integrated Care Program, Division of Behavioral Health, The Satcher Health Leadership
Institute
Provided leadership and direction in the implementation of the Transformative Leadership in Integrated
Care curriculum & Integrated Care Quality Improvement initiatives.
Provided supervision of and facilitated teaching of students enrolled in integrated care eLearning course.
Oversaw the development of a parallel course for MSM Residency program.
Developed sustainability plan for Integration of Behavioral Health & Primary Care program.
Planned and coordinated Community of Practice (COP) Academy monthly meetings for integrated care
leadership training and mentoring to participating community health centers.
Monitored, tracked and reported progress on Integrated Behavioral Health aims, objectives and goals of the
research, and communicated research plan and progress.
Monitored expenditures and prepared financial reports.
Assisted in identifying resources and development of grant proposals.
Conducted research and gathered accurate information to support development of publications to
demonstrate outcomes for Integrated Care project.
Co-authored scientific manuscripts which were accepted for publication in peer reviewed journals

Morehouse School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA
May 2013 to June 2014
Program Manager, Division of Behavioral Health, The Satcher Health Leadership Institute
Responsible for organizing, coordinating, planning, and operational facets of RULER-Parent Engagement,
Integrated Care curriculum, and Integrated Care Quality Improvement initiatives.
Worked with stakeholders to complete the Integrated Care and Parent Engagement curriculum
development.

Planned, organized and coordinated eLearning and on-site training on integration of primary care and
behavioral health.
Planned, organized and coordinated Community of Practice (COP) Academy monthly meetings for
integrated care leadership training and provided mentoring to participating community health centers.
Supervised implementation of quality improvement initiatives at participating community health centers.
Collaborated with the program evaluator and community health centers participating in the Integrated
Care quality improvement project on appropriate data collection, completeness, storage and interpretation.
Conducted outreach to recruit schools to participate in PE-RULER, coordinated RULER training, and
coordinated the development of a Parent Engagement curriculum.
Conducted research and gathered accurate information to support development of publications to
demonstrate outcomes for PE-RULER and Integrated Care projects.
Developed work plans to accomplish specific project, division, and organizational objectives and monitored
progress towards their achievement.
Responsible for monitoring expenditures and prepared financial reports.
Assisted in identifying resources and development of grant proposals.
Participated the writing of scientific manuscripts/publications
Provided supervision to student intern(s)


Midhill Health, Nairobi, Kenya
January 2012 to April 2013
Program Associate
Conducted literature reviews and background research on maternal and child health.
Assisted in the preparation of education materials and facilitated the development of health education.
Developed plans to encourage community involvement and participation during outreach activities.
Planned, organized and coordinated trainings and workshops on healthy maternal and child health
practices for expectant and new mothers in the underserved areas of Nairobi.
Established and maintained relationships with community based organizations assisting in the various
health promotion projects.
Assisted with data entry and analysis.
Participated in manuscript planning and writing.

Provant Health Solutions, Atlanta, GA
January 2011 to January 2012
Health Educator (Per Diem)
Conducted biometric screenings to help identify health risks, flag conditions that could develop into
chronic problems, and prevent the onset of disease.
Encouraged health awareness and coached clients on healthy behaviors to promote general health and
wellness.

Parallon Workforce Management Solutions, Snellville, GA
May 2009 to January 2012
Registered Nurse (Emory Johns Creek Hospital)
Evaluated, planned and administered nursing care to patients.
Facilitated thorough instruction on patient care procedures and provided education on plans of care,
disease processes and management of diagnosed conditions.
Documented all aspects of patient care using established procedures.

Centers For Disease Control & Prevention, Atlanta, GA
October 2009 to December 2009
Intern, Influenza Division
Compiled information from multiple sources on global seasonal and pandemic influenza activity.
Engaged CDC Influenza Division field staff and international partners to obtain situation updates.
Compiled and collated seasonal and pandemic influenza information into a readily understandable format
for use in policy and decision-making.

CARE USA, Atlanta, GA
July 2009 to October 2009
Intern, Child Health and Nutrition Program
Conducted literature reviews for relevant health interventions supported by the USA country office.
Reviewed collected data to ensure accuracy and consistency.

Utilized statistical skills to assist with critical program reviews, such as the CARE Zambia tuberculosis (TB)
study.
Assisted in the preparation of education and training materials for CARE Zambias tuberculosis TB study.
Assisted in the write-up process of a TB/HIV operations research report for CARE Zambias country office.
Coordinated the logistics of sending medical supplies to CARE Zambia through MedShare.
Contributed professionally in the preparation, coordination & filming of a Maternal & Child Health video
used for health training by CARE-Nepals country office.
Created presentations, provided technical support, and assisted with the revision of the child survival
projects and related research protocols.


Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA
January 2008 to May 2010
Research Assistant
Provided administrative support and maintained office operations with minimal supervision.
Performed literature searches and reviews and organized relevant health research articles.
Reviewed questionnaires and survey data collected by staff to ensure consistency of responses.
Conducted health and demographic data entry and assisted with management and analysis of data for HIV
mapping study within Atlanta, GA.
Transcribed interview data for a study following HIV positive released inmates.
Liaised with different government and non-government agencies to update the Georgia Underage Drinking
Coalition and the Georgia Coroners Association directories.
Facilitated the general management, hiring, training and supervising of orientation volunteers during
international student orientation.
Designed and prepared handouts for international student orientation.
Scheduled orientation sessions and invited speakers to international student orientation.
Continually problem-solved and communicated with Georgia State University students, staff, and faculty
regarding international student orientation.

Piedmont Hospital, Atlanta, GA
October 2007 to March 2009
Registered Nurse
Implemented, assessed, evaluated and planned effective measures for patient care.
Interpreted, collected and analyzed information and data of assigned patients.
Completed admission assessment, patient history, and all associated documentation.
Coordinated expedited transport of patients that required monitoring to the inpatient unit.
Supervised care treatment and services of patient care provided by Patient Care Technicians.

Emory University Hospital, Atlanta, GA
July 2006 to August 2007
Registered Nurse
Administered direct nursing care to assigned patients utilizing the nursing process.
Determined appropriate nursing interventions to address patient problems, symptoms, behavioral
changes, and teaching needs.
Educated families and patients on the patient's plan of care, and kept them abreast of the patient's
progress.
Thoroughly documented all aspects of patient care following established charting procedures.

S K IL L S

Languages: Fluent in English and Swahili


Computer: Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, moderate proficiency with SPSS
Grant writing
L IC E N S E S / C E R T IF IC A T IO N S

Registered Nurse
License Number: RN185533
Issued by Georgia Board of Nursing

Expires: 01/2016

Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Providers


Issued by: American Heart Association

Expires: 07/2017

C O L L E G IA T E H O N O R S / A W A R D S
Sigma Theta Tau Honor Society of Nursing
Phi Beta Delta Honor Society for International Scholars
National Collegiate Award Recipient

2015
2010
2005

V O L U N T E E R A C T IV IT IE S
Autism Society of Kenya
Atlanta Streets Alive
Public Health Institute Student Association (PHISA) - Georgia State University
International Students Organization- Georgia State University
UNICEF-Tap Project
Habitat for Humanity

2010 to Present
2010-Present
2008-2010
2008-2010
2008
2008