Mykael Lazzeri

820 Kains Ave Apt 310 • Albany, CA 94706 • mykael1@mac.com • 510 541 3279

OBJECTIVE: Challenging entry level Pediatric Staff Nurse position specializing in pediatric critical care STRENGTHS: Critical thinker, capable to make clear cool-headed decisions in crisis scenarios, able to follow directions precisely and adjust appropriately to match situation, reliable, loyal, deeply compassionate, creative, and committed EDUCATION: Bachelors of Science in Nursing, November 2008 Samuel Merritt Accelerated Program, Oakland/San Francisco CA Clinical Modalities & Sites Included: Mental HealthContra Costa Regional Medical Center, Martinez, Community Health- Episcopal Community Services, The Mentone, SF, PediatricsChildren’s Hospital, Oakland, MaternityAlta Bates Summit Medical Center, Ashby Campus, Berkeley, Critical CareAlameda Hospital, Alameda, Med Surg IIJohn Muir Hospital, Walnut Creek, Med Surg IAlameda Hospital, Alameda,

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Masters of Transformational Art (Archaic Spiritual Studies and Jungian Archetype Iconography), June 2002 (Thesis pending board review) John F. Kennedy University, Orinda/Berkeley CA Bachelors of Fine Art, June 1998 San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco CA CERTIFICATIONS: • TMC Leadership Training, Oakland/Berkeley CA, 2007 • Group Mediator/Relationship Counseling, Berkeley 2007 • Phlebotomy Certification (expired), Inner City Services, Oakland CA, 2004 • EMT-B (expired), Oakland Fire Department, Oakland CA 2003 • Massage/Acupressure/Reiki Therapy, Walters, San Francisco CA, 1999 • Co-counseling, National Co-counselors Society, San Francisco CA, 1998 EXPERIENCE: Preceptorship, Surgical Unit, Autumn 2008 Children’s Hospital, Oakland CA • Useful member of an interdisciplinary team providing safe and effective care to patients • Patient assessments completed in an on-going systematic thorough, safe, and skillful manner with a focus on the patients’ (including the families) physical, psychosocial, cultural, and spiritual status • Consistently prioritized patient care while adhering to institutional policies and procedures • Utilized current research and evidence-based practice guidelines in decision making and problem solving • Documented all patient care and unit activities following institutional care plan policies and procedures • Acted as an advocate for the patient and family providing excellent care to visitors • 240 total clinical hours experience at Children’s Hospital Oakland with 40 hours in postpartum at Alta Bates Summit

Production/Design Manager, January 2006 – Current Fast Response School of Healthcare Education, Berkeley CA • Responsible for all curriculum materials prepared and available for instructors and staff • Utilized knowledge of a variety of computer operating systems and software • Designed the look of the school, curriculum, and all marketing and informational materials • Worked within strict deadlines • Multitasked a wide variety of responsibilities • Worked with multidisciplinary teams of various sizes effectively to produce desired outcomes Phlebotomy Coordinator, November 2004 – December 2005 Fast Response School of Healthcare Education, Berkeley CA • Phlebotomy certified • Coordinate students within phlebotomy program • Develop contracts with hospitals/lab managers for phlebotomy preceptorships • Curriculum development • Staff development and management • Grade papers and moderate national exams • Played major role in hiring of staff • Student counselor (psychological and professional support) • Mediate between students, instructors, management, hospital, and staff • Responsible for customer satisfaction • Admissions enrollment CPR Instructor, November 2002 – December 2005 Fast Response School of Healthcare Education, Berkeley CA • Instructor certified through AHA • Provide friendly, knowledgeable, professional CPR/BLS instruction • Management groups of up to 100 people • Thorough documentation for national AHA standards • Excellent customer service provided in a professional personable manner Outdoor Rock Climbing/Mountaineering Leader, February 2001 – November 2003 Bay Area Outdoors Adventures, San Francisco CA • Lead/manage groups of up to twelve people • Teach climbing, technical skills, confidence, and safety (exposure, environmental, and personal) • Multitasking social interaction with professional responsibilities • Oversee safety • Set safety anchors • Perform basic first-aid • Trauma preparedness and extraction Personal Outdoor Guide, 1997 – 2005 Private Contract, Multiple Locations Throughout CA • Personal one to three person rock climbing instruction • Teach climbing, technical skills, confidence, and safety (exposure, environmental, and personal) • Multitasking social interaction with professional responsibilities • Oversee safety • Set safety anchors • Perform basic first-aid • Trauma preparedness and extraction
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