Kelly Nader

  • Xenia US-OH

Presentation Example: Professional Organization

Podium presentation at national Association of periOperative Registered Nurses (AORN)  conference.

Medication Errors

Poster Presentation Example: DNP Capstone Project

CNS Competency Checklist

CNS competency checklist that highlights professional and academic achievements that indicate competence in CNS practice.

CNS Competency Checklist

Curriculum Vitae

The curriculum vitae includes the following:
  • work history/leadership positions
  • honors/awards
  • military courses
  • research activities
  • publications
  • consultation services
  • presentations
  • teaching experiences
  • academic/service activities
  • membership in professional organizations
  • community activities
Curriculum Vitae

Transcript

Presentation Example: Health Policy

Presentation to PCNS students in Standards, Quality, and Safety for CNS Perioperative Practice II

DNR in the OR

Paper Example: Population Health

Presentations/Publications

Presentations:
  • "Do Not Resuscitate Orders  in the Operating Room". Presented at  Uniformed Services University, Bethesda, Maryland  (2011).
  • "Defining the role of the Perioperative Clinical Nurse Specialist". Presented At Triservice Symposium, Denver Colorado (2010)
  • "Surgical Experience of Deployed Surgical Nurses in Afghanistan: A One-Year Review".  Poster presentation Association of periOperative Registered Nurses Congress, Annaheim, California (2008).
  • "Surgical Crew Checkride". Poster presentation Association of periOperative Registered Nurses Congress, Orlando, Florida (2007).
  • "Avoiding the Crash.  Preventing Pediatric Medication Errors in the Perioperative Continuum". Presented at Association of periOperative Registered Nurses Congress, Washington DC (2006).
  • "Perioperative Clinical Nurse Specialist:  A Systematic Review".  Poster presentation Association of periOperative Registered Nurses Congress, Washington DC (2006).
  • "PCNS: Paving the Way to Excellence through Advanced Practice". Poster presentation  Association of periOperative Registered Nurses Congress, Washington DC (2006).

Publications:

Articles in Peer Reviewed Journal

  • Nader, K., Wanzer, L., &, Vane, B. (2011). Smart Management: Credentialing Vendors who Visit the OR. OR Nurse 2011, 5(6), 10-13.
  • Glover, D., Newkirk, L., Cole, L., Walker, T., & Nader, K. (2006). Periopertive Clinical Nurse Specialist: A Systematic Review. AORN Journal, 84(6), 1017-1030. 

National Reports-White Papers/Technical Reports

  •  United States Pharmacopeia (Mar 07). Hicks, R.W., Becker, S.C., and Cousins, D.D. (2006). MEDMARX data report: A chartbook of medication error findings from the perioperative settings from 1998-2005. Rockville, MD: USP Center for the Advancement of Patient Safety. (MAJ Kelly Nader: Contributing author: United States Pharmacopeia Council of Experts for report review).

Media

  • Payne, C.& Nader, K.  (2005). The Perioprative Clinical Nurse Specialist: The transformational year. Air Force Nightingale Newsletter, April 2005

Work History

Work History
Aug 2011 - Present

Element Chief Operating Room/Perioperative Clinical Nurse Specialist

Wright-Patterson Medical Center

Directs, coordinates/evaluates activities/functions in the operating room. Oversees $2.5M budget/$10M equipment/$1.8M supplies--directs 65 staff in 12 ORs--24/7 support for 3.6K patients/yr. Directs OR in AF's third/AFMC's largest hospital--coordinates with anesthesia & inpatient units--optimizes patient throughput. Supports 13 services, 3 GME programs, 4 medical specialties, & TRICARE North Region--675K beneficiaries in seven states. Assists in educating and organizing events for nurse transition program. MDG Surgical Care Improvement Project (SCIP) Champion. Lead team member for Partnership for Patients (PFP) Surgical Site Infection focus area. PFP champion for Venous Thromboembolism focus area.  Play active role in MDG patient safety program, CNS council, and evidence-based practice committee. 

May 2009 - Jul 2011

Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Nursing

Uniformed Services University

Plans, implements and evaluates a Master's level military and specialty unique curriculum for Perioperative

Clinical Nurse Specialists (PCNS). Manages/coordinates course content and clinical rotations for 1st and 2nd year PCNS students.

Aug 2008 - Apr 2009

Flight Commander Surgical Suite/Perioperative Clinical Nurse Specialist

Malcolm Grow Medical Center

Directed, coordinated/evaluated activities/functions in the operating room/central sterile supply.  Managed $3.9M budget.  Acted as perioperative nursing subject matter expert to squadron commander. Established/interpreted policies for a 7-room operating suite averaging 200 cases/month supporting 10 specialties/32 surgeons.  Supervised 11 nurses, 36 technicians/5 reservists.  Ensured adherence to Joint Commission and Health Services Inspection standards. Supported teaching for OR technicians/residents/nurses. Integrated TeamSTEPPS process into surgical arena. Adjunct faculty for USUHS GSN program. Utilized evidence-based research and provided advanced practice consultation. BRAC perioperative committee member. 

May 2007 - Jul 2008

Element Leader Surgical Suite/Perioperative Clinical Nurse Specialist

Malcolm Grow Medical Center

Assisted in directing nursing and technical activities of a 7-room operating suite with a budget of over $3.8M.  Supervised 13 OR nurses, 38 surgical technicians, and 5 reservists.  Provided consultation to command on AF ambulatory surgery center requirements. Oversaw/evaluated programs for Quality Improvement, Infection Control, staff education, patient safety, and medical readiness. Utilized evidence-based research and provided advanced practice consultation. Adjunct faculty for USUHS GSN program. BRAC perioperative committee member. 

Jan 2007 - Apr 2007

Officer in Charge Forward Surgical Team/Infection Control Officer

Combat Support Hospital

Coordinated/evaluated activities in a forward located 2-bed surgical suite.  Oversaw activities of 2 nurses and 5 technicians.  Provided surgical support for locals and 21,000 troops. Trained Afghani medical students on surgical nursing care. Acted as hospital infection control officer. Implemented blood borne pathogen exposure plan for 52 staff.  Provided consultation to hospital commander for Air Force Medical Service operability/teaching platform in local Afghani hospital 

Jun 2006 - Dec 2006

Element Leader Central Sterile Supply/Perioperative Clinical Nurse Specialist

Malcolm Grow Medical Center

Assisted in directing sterilization activities and documentation for a 7 room operating suite and 18 clinics.  Manages a budget of $72K.  Supervises 5 technicians.  Initiated Quality Assurance program for decontamination process.  Oversaw/evaluated all programs/documentation for sterilization/decontamination.  Enhanced staff education through in-services and national conferences.    Utilized evidence-based research and provided advanced practice consultation.  Adjunct faculty USUHS GSN.  BRAC perioperative committee member. 

Jun 2003 - Apr 2004

Nurse Manager/Medical Group Infection Control Officer

Eielson Primary Care Clinic

Lead/directed nursing care operations in a Primary Care Clinic and supervised a medical staff of 7 officers and 18 paraprofessionals. Developed policies/procedures for delivery of medical care for 6,350 TRICARE beneficiaries. Established infection control policies for medical group and oversaw 15 infection control monitors throughout the facility. 

Jul 2001 - May 2003

Clinical Nurse Primary Care Clinic

Eielson Primary Care Clinic

Lead/directed/oversaw nursing care for largest primary care optimization team. Directly supervised one physician and 3 paraprofessionals caring for 1,513 empanelled patients. Employed nursing telephone triage principles to provide home health care advice. 

Apr 1997 - Jun 2001

Clinical Nurse Manager Vascular/Thoracic Surgery

Malcolm Grow Medical Center

Performed perioperative nursing care for infant through geriatric patients requiring surgical intervention.

Supervised 5 technicians daily.

Feb 1995 - Mar 1997

Clinical Nurse Cardiovascular Surgery Team

Eisenhower Army Medical Center

Performed perioperative nursing care for infant through geriatric patients requiring surgical intervention. Supervised 5 technicians daily. Completed Perioperative Nursing Course.

Oct 1993 - Aug 1994

Clinical Nurse Oncology/Hematology

Eisenhower Army Medical Center

Provided patient care to oncology hematology patients.  Supervised 3 paraprofessionals daily.

Education

Education
Aug 2010 - Present

Doctorate of Nursing Practice

University of Alabama
May 2004 - May 2006

Master of Science

Uniformed Services University
Aug 1987 - May 1993

Bachelor of Science

Washington State University

Certifications

Certifications
2012 - 2017

Certified Nurse Operating Room

Competency and Credentialing Institute

References

References

Kelley Moore

Karen O'Connell

Clinical Advisor

Linda Wanzer

Associate Professor