Co-op Student (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 8 January 2013
I would do a lot of filing and answering the phone on some occasions at first to get a handle on how things were in the office. Then I was able to follow different nurses and do some ultra sounds and communicate with a lot of patients which was one of my favorite things to do during my co-op. I learned a lot, I learned what kinds of patients go to high-risk pregnancy, how to file, proper and respectable way to answer the phone and address patients and their family members, and how to communicate well with patients and how you relate to their situations. The management and co-workers were amazing, very nice people and as well very understanding. They taught me a lot. The hardest part of my job was having to see what the patients go through, especially when building a good bond with them. The most enjoyable part was how well I formed a bond with the patients.
Student Nurse (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 1 May 2018
*Exhibited leadership skills and critical thinking by building positive relationship with the interdisciplinary team *Modified nursing skills in assessment and treatment of patients with acute and chronic needs by performing thorough head-to-toe assessments, recognizing abnormalities and identifying appropriate interventions *Demonstrated understanding of theoretical knowledge by developing Roy Care Plan for patients and meeting their needs in timely manner