Vanderbilt University School of Nursing Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Program | Student Career Session

Jill Gilliland, President of Melnic Consulting Group, visits the Vanderbilt University School of Nursing today, May 14th, to speak with students in their post master's Pediatric Nurse Practitioner – Acute Care  and Primary Care programs. Jill provides career guidance to students, share tips on developing their network, updating their PNP resumes, preparing for PNP interviews, and landing the ideal Pediatric Nurse Practitioner job.

Contact jill@melnic.com to schedule a visit to your school. 
Visit us online at www.melnic.com 

About Vanderbilt's Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Acute Care Program Director:
Sheree Haselton Allen is the Director for the Pediatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner program. Sheree received her undergraduate degree in 1977 from the University of Tennessee. Her 36 years as an RN have been spent in the care of critically ill adults and children as well as nursing management and administration. She received her CCRN in pediatrics in 1994 and received the Morton Samuels Award for Nursing Excellence in 1996.

Sheree returned to the Vanderbilt School of Nursing and earned an MSN in 2003 with a specialty in pediatrics. She is currently board certified in both primary and acute care pediatrics. She is a member of the Iota Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau Honor Society of Nursing. She has been employed by the Monroe Carrell Jr. Childrens Hospital at Vanderbilt since 1998. Sheree has been a nurse practitioner with the Division of Pediatric Critical Care and Anesthesia since 2004 and maintains her practice there with the Pediatric Sedation service. She holds membership in NAPNAP, AAP and SCCM.

About Vanderbilt's Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Acute Care Program:
The PNP acute care specialty program is taught in a modified learning (block) format that includes: (1) courses offered in concentrated blocks of time on campus, including weekends, up to four times per semester, (2) on-line conferencing and (3) distributed course delivery methods which allow for continued faculty contact between sessions.

The modified learning format provides flexibility for working nurses. Students need not relocate or give up their employment while completing their MSN at Vanderbilt. You will access weekly lectures from a remote site through:

Reference: http://www.nursing.vanderbilt.edu/msn/pednpac_info.html 

To inquire about PNP jobs visit Melnic Consulting Group or contact: Jill Gilliland 800-886-7906 jill@melnic.com

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