Sample Resume Pediatric Nurse Practitioner


Address. Phone (best number). e-mail:


University of, City, State

Master of Science, Advanced Practice Pediatric Nursing June 200

Comprehensive Examination topic:

University School of Nursing, City, State

Bachelor of Science in Nursing May 200

University, City, State

Bachelor of Science in May 200


  • State Pediatric Nurse Practitioner (PNP), September 200

  • State Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS), September 200

  • Pediatric Nursing Certification Board, Certified Primary Care PNP, July 200, #

  • Pediatric Nursing Certification Board, Certified Acute Care PNP, Dec, 200, #

  • State Licensure, RN #

  • CPR-American Heart Association, April 200-April 200

  • PALS Provider, August, 2006-August, 200

AWARDS AND HONORS­­­­­­­­­_____________________________________________________________

  • Speaker at international nursing symposium, Children’s Hospital, Location, June 200.

  • Poster Presentation, “Title” at the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners annual conference in city, April 200; Winner of Best “Evidence-Based Project” Poster Award

  • Awarded scholarship to attend Nurse in (event); through the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners, March 200


Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Hospital, City, State Oct 2005-present

(Unit Name)

Brief description, include # beds, procedures (some), committee memberships

Clinical Nurse II, Hospital, City, State July 2004-Sept 2005

(Unit Name)

Provided post-operative, family-centered, direct nursing care to pediatric patients in #-bed cardiovascular intensive care unit. Provided care to intubated children requiring multiple vasoactive drips and monitoring via central lines. Clinical knowledge sedation, vascular access, external and internal pacing, open chests, and admitting patients from operating room following surgical repair of congenital heart defect. Member of mock code and tours and transitions committees.


University, School of Nursing June 2005-present

Performing content analysis on qualitative data regarding healthcare professionals’ experiences with pediatric palliative care.

University, Center for Health Professions Jan 2004-June 2004

Performed academic literature review and popular press review of information related to nurse: patient staffing ratio legislature. Reported findings to supervisor monthly.


  • Fellow, National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners

  • Legislative chair, President-elect, (city) chapter of National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners

  • National Students Nurses Association, President of University Chapter

CATEGORY OF SKILLS_AND INTERESTS______________________________________________

  • Read and speak Spanish with fluency

  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills

  • Enthusiastic leader with ability to work efficiently with multidisciplinary clinical team

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