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Emily Suprynowicz

9405 Oakley Ct Fredericksburg, VA 22407 | (814) 602-2105 | suprynea@dukes.jmu.edu| www.suprynea.weebly.com

EDUCATION:
Bachelor of Science in Nursing, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA Anticipated Dec 2018
 NCLEX testing Anticipated Jan 2019
 Dean’s List (1 semester), President’s List (1 semester)

PROFESSIONAL SKILLS:
 American Heart Association Basic Life Support (BLS) Certification
 Certified in EPIC Charting System
 Focused and rapid physical assessment skills, detecting changes in physiological condition, and applying appropriate nursing
intervention.
 Management and prioritization of care for up to seven patients on a Medical-Surgical Unit
 Collaboration with the health care team at the bedside in patient care
 Safe medication administration and IV access skills
 Appropriate documentation of patient care and progress
 Ability to comprehend and communicate serviceably in Spanish

CLINICAL EXPERIENCE:
Senior Capstone, Mary Washington Hospital Present
Fredericksburg, VA
 Will obtain 200+ hours of experience under an RN preceptor on the Medical Surgical Unit
 Conducted regular patient rounds observing for changes in patient status and communicated patient needs to medical staff
Transition Clinical, Sentara Rappahannock Memorial Hospital Present
Harrisonburg, VA
 Will obtain 45+ hours of experience under a James Madison University Nursing instructor on a medical surgical unit.
Geriatric Nursing, Augusta Health January 2017- May 2017
Augusta, VA.
Medical Surgical Nursing, Sentara Rockingham Memorial Hospital August 2017- December 2018
Harrisonburg, VA
Psychiatric Nursing, Sentara Rockingham Memorial Hospital August 2017- October 2017
Harrisonburg, VA
Labor & Delivery/Postpartum, Sentara Rockingham Memorial Hospital October 2017 – December 2017
Harrisonburg, VA

PROFESSIOAL INVOLVMENT:
Mentor, Overcoming Barriers August 2016 – December 2016
Harrisonburg, VA
 Volunteered at a local middle school once a week to work with students with disabilities. Adapted classroom activities to fulfill
physical mobility needs that enhanced student learning through social experience.
Shadowing, Truong Rehabilitation Present
Fredericksburg, VA
 Shadowing Physiatrist Dr. Anne Truong and her team to observe multiple procedures associated with muscle, nerve, and bone
rehabilitation. Procedures include: vampire facials, regenerative cell therapy, and sexual health therapy.
Volunteer, Poets Walk 2015
Fredericksburg, VA
 Volunteered with Alzheimer and Dementia patients to provide social comfort, allowing patients to reflect on life, and give them
a sense of security.
Conducted Health Fair Seminar, Salvation Army January 2018- May 2018
Harrisonburg, VA
 Worked with a team of nursing students to propose, structure, and conduct a health fair focused on specific needs within the
homeless population such as Hepatitis C, HIV, alcohol withdrawal.
Instructed a Team Based Learning Activity, Psychiatric Unit at Sentara Rockingham Memorial Hospital November 2018
Harrisonburg, VA
 Headed a group activity encouraging patients to compliment others while promoting self-empowerment.
Conducted and presented research on Sepsis Protocol, James Madison University January 2018-Mary 2018
 In a research group; culminated research on hospital protocols associated with sepsis and rapid antibiotic administration
techniques. Presented findings to the staff of Sentara Rockingham Memorial Hospital as well as the staff at James Madison
University.
Attended the 2017 Virginia Nursing Student Association Conference at James Madison University
Secretary, James Madison University Clay Target Team August 2016 – May 2018