Curriculum Vitae

Carol Janse, MPH, BSN, RN, CLNC, CNLCP

 324 S. Diamond Bar Blvd. #644

Diamond Bar, California 91765

909-590-3909 Business

818-468-9914 Cell

909-591-2712 Fax

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES

NURSING EXPERIENCES

SPECIAL CERTIFICATES & LICENSES

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

PROFESSIONAL SUBSCRIPTIONS

EDUCATION


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES


Legal Nurse Consultant (CLNC
)

Nurse Life Care Planner (CNLCP)
Licensed Registered Nurse (RN)

Breast Health Specialist

Hospital Charge Nurse

Director of Hospital Recruitment and Retention

Clinical In-Patient Project Manage ll, Electronic Medical Records Implementation

Public Health Specialist


NURSING EXPERIENCES

 

Charge Nurse on Sub-intensive Care Unit
Charge Nurse on Open and Locked Adult and Geriatric Psychiatric Units
Staff Nurse on Open Heart Step-down Unit, ECT Treatment and Recovery Room
Out Patient Surgery Unit
Breast Health Specialist, providing education, counseling, and support to cancer patients, families, and general public
Director of Recruitment and Retention for 400 bed medical center
Project Manager for Hospital Electronic Medical Records Implementation

 
SPECIAL CERTIFICATES AND LICENSES


RN License California #426422

RN License Hawaii #46725

CLNC

CNLCP - Hosted by the CNLCP Certification Board - The exam Co. is PTC in NY - Nationa Recognized certification
BCLS
CBHS


PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

American Association of Legal Nurse  Consultants                                
American Association of Nurse Life Care Planners
National Alliance of  Legal Nurse Consultants 
Society of Public Health Educators
Orange County Bar Association
Forensic  Expert Witness Association   
Association of Workers’ Compensation Professionals
National Alliance of Medicare set aside Professionals
International Association Rehabilitation Professionals

PROFESSIONAL SUBSCRIPTIONS


American Journal of Nursing
Journal of Nursing Law
Nursing Management
Nurse Week

American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants

American Association of Nurse Life Care Planners

Journal of Life Care Planners


EDUCATION

 

California State University, Northridge, California

Master of Science, Public Health

 

California State University, Northridge, California

Bachelor of Science, Nursing

 

Glendale Community College, Glendale, California

Associate of Arts, Nursing

 

EDUCARE INC

Breast Health Specialist

 

Vicki Milazzo Institute

Legal Nurse Consultant

 

Kelynco - AANLCP

Nurse Life Care Planner

 

ONGOING EDUCATION

FEWA Witness Summit Forensic Expert Witness Association Radisson Newport Beach, CA Becoming a metter and More Successful expert Witness 30 hrs CEUs March 27 – 29, 2008

AWCP Association of Workers Compensation Continuing Education for Nurses 3.5 hrs CEUs Hilton Hotel Fair Plex Complex Pomona CA June 3, 2008

AANLCP American Association of Nurse Life Care Planners Catch the 10 year Wave Annual Education Conference 14.75 CEUs September 15 – 17, 2008 San Diego, CA

Loma Linda University Medical Center & Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital
7th Annual Neuro Rehab 6.0 CEUs October 24, 2008

County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health California Children’s Services &
Medical Therapy Program Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation 6.5 hrs Conference October 28 – 29, 2008

Kelynco MSA Course Certificate of Completion 30 hrs CEUs approved by CHCC November 1, 2008

Certificate of Achievement Medicare Set-Aside Education Course 8 hr CEUs educational requirements to set for the Medicare Set-Aside Consultant MSCC exam Shelene Giles, MS, BSN, BA, RN, CRC, CNLCP, MSCC and MSA Instructor November 4, 2008

Setting The Standards in Life Care Planning 1st Executive Forum Venetian Las Vegas, Nevada Conference 18 hrs CEUs November 8-9, 2008

AANLCP American Association Nurse Life Care Planners Medical Coding for the Life Care Planner Denver, Colorado 3.5 hrs CEUs October 9, 2009

AANLCP American Association Nurse Life Care Planners Annual Education Conference
Denver, Colorado 17.5 hrs CEUs October 10 – 12, 2009

ICHCC Life Care Planning Conference International Symposium on Life Care Planning International Academy of Life Care Planners and the Care Planner Network Building on the Foundation: The Future is Here September 26 – 27, 2009
Completion of two onsite courses through UF Division of Continuing Education University of Florida – Developmental Aspects of Life Care Planning & Forensic Aspects, the Litigation Process and Vocational Capacity Analysis 30 hrs CEUs Lincolnshire Marriott, Chicago IL September 28 - 29, 2009

Vickie Milazzo’s Institute recertification exam by the National Alliance of Legal Nurse Consultations and Vickie Milazzo’s Institute April 1, 2010 10 – 12 hrs CEUs  

Brain Injury Litigation Strategies National Legal Conference 2010 Mastering the Science and Trial Strategies 15hr CEUs Las Vegas, Nevada MGM Grand Hotel April 29 – 30, 2010

CMSASCC Case Management Society of America Amputation and Rehab Perspectives, Prosthetic Care and Therapy for Complex Cases, PTSD and Amputation Pomona Valley Mining Co, Pomona CA. 3 hrs CEUs September 16, 2010

Neruro-Rehabilitation 9th Annual Conference Loma Linda University Medical Center Neuroscience Institute and Center for Neuro Skills® 6 hrs CEUs Octoer 22, 2010

Brain Injury Association of California Conference Silverado Resort Napa Valley, CA 12 hrs CEUs November 5-6, 2010 16 contact hrs.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 

2007            CEO, Janse Consulting, Diamond Bar, California
                    Legal Nurse Consultant,  Nurse Life Care Planner and
                   Medicare Set Aside Allocator - Janse LLC - Consulting Expert and
                   Testifying Witness - Experience with:

  • Spinal Cord injuries
  • Multiple Trauma - Amputation, Prosthetics, Nerve Injury
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Animal Attacks
  • Upper Extremity Injury - Shoulder / Elbow
  • Lower Extremity Injury - Total Knee Replacement, ACL/PCL Injury
  • RSD - Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy
  • CRPS - Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome
  • Personal Injury / Falls
  • Geriatrics - Multiple Traumas - Rotator Cuff Repair, Hip Replacements
  • Construction site injuries
  • Motor Vehicle Accidents
  • Medical Cost Projections
  • Cost Projections for Alimony Settlements
  • Bi Polar - Schizophrenia
  • Developmentally Disabled / Cerebral Palsy
  • Special Needs Trust Coordination
  • Elder Abuse/Neglect
  • Stab wound Trauma
  • Defense Critique -- MVAs
  • Defense Critique – Multiple Trauma Hip and Femur Fracture
  • Defnese Critique - Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Defense Critique – Crushing Injury
  • Defense Critique -- Sub dural Hematoma
  • Defense Critique -- City of Atlanta, GA -- Infant Renal Failure
  • Defense Critique -- Department of Justice Idaho - Cerebral Palsy &
  • delayed diagnosis stroke
  • Defense Critique -- City of Long Beach - Motorcycle accident v. City of LB
  • Defense Critique –  City of Long Beach – Gun shot wound/paraplegia  
  • Defense Critique – Department of Transportation, CA– MVA v.  Pedestrian
  • Defense Critique -- Department of Transportation, CA - MVA v. pedestrian
  • Defense Critique -- Amputation, femur fracture, knee replacement
  • Defense Critique -- Life Care Anaysis - Multiple Traumas - TBI                                           

 

2005-2006     Kaiser Permanente Health Connect, Pasadena, California

                     Comprehensive IT system including; inpatient and

                     Ambulatory electronic medical records, computer-based physician order entry,

                     Centralized data repository, clinical decision support and master patient index.,  

                     Ambulatory, registration, professional billing, and institutional scheduling

                     modules.  Implementation set for 35 hospitals over 4 year.

 

                      Project Manager II, Clinical Content in-patient support, System Solutions & 

                      Deployment

  • Surgical Domain Group Lead – Responsible for data collection, editing eroom privileges with domain lead updates.
  • One of five team members assigned to implementation work flow associated with Phase 11 at Baldwin Park Medical Center.
  • Member of Med/Surg and General Surgery work flow team.
  • Epic Training.

 

2003-2005     Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center, Los Angeles, California

 

              Formerly Queen of Angels-HPMC is a 435 bed acute care facility located in   

              Los Angeles which, was established in1924 with an annual budget $160

              million; 1400 employees; 422 RNs; 200 other nursing staff (LVNs, CNAs)

              Reduce nursing turnover rate to 21%; cost savings to Hospital of $450,000 per

              year.

                     

Director, Employee Retention

  • Monthly employee/physician newsletter article to promote staff development, retention, and hospital activities.
  • Photo Journalism, documenting Medical Center current events such as: media campaigns for nurseweek, retiree’s/service awards events, school tours, career days, yearly talent show, job fairs, Media Hospital Rep for TELCU recruiting activities, Coordinate physician satisfaction retention events.
  • Scripted, directed and edited educational videos on a variety of subjects.
    • Disposal of Radioactive Waste material.
    • JCAHO – Staff accreditation preparation.
    • Diabetes – Positives behaviors.
  • Collected and analyzed data, and prepared document for weekly direct reporting to CEO, Director of HR, RN Recruiter and CNO on a variety of issues including: orientation expense, sick calls, turnover, employee experience levels, and terminated employee length of service.
  • Frequent event planning with internal and external customers; TELACU scholarship award presentations, RN program tours, community education for school age kids, Korean Cultural kick off with greater Los Angeles community; implemented activities and programs that recognized, rewarded, and retained new and tenured employees; achieved a 15% reduction in employee turnover.
  • Participated in annual strategic business planning and operational budget for indirect cost estimation for recruitment, onboarding and retention of staff as well as reduction in contract labor.
  • Regularly conducted focus groups, rounds, and one-on-one discussions to monitor the ‘pulse’ of the Medical Center and to identify retention challenges and opportunities.
  • Identified potential retention risks and took action to retain employees.
  • Facilitated the seamless transition of all new employees into the Medical Center.
  • Conducted needs assessments to identify the policies, practices, and issues that significantly affect employee retention.
  • Served as a staff advocate, assisting individuals and groups with their concerns, issues, and workplace stressors; promoted and encouraged staff development.
  • Coached supervisors and made group presentations on timely issues including: leadership, communication skills, delegation, and stress management.

 2004-2005    Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center Recruitment and Retention

  • Assigned additional responsibilities for employee recruitment.
  • Developed recruitment advertising strategies and monitored results to maximize effectiveness of advertising expenditures.
  • Acted as recruiter, screened applicants, and assisted hiring directors with hiring decisions and wage determinations.
  • Prepared and assisted applicants with Immigration and Naturalization Service filings.
  • Developed a methodology to classify candidates into A and B categories based on their qualifications and the priority needs of the medical center; reviewed A and B list candidates during daily HR briefings.
  • Developed cal-back lists to fill vacancies expeditiously.
  • Structured applicants’ entry into organization: fast track for A list candidates; normal hiring process for B list.
  • Developed various executive management reports including cost containment for RN/LVN new hire non-productive activities, nursing turnover, and monthly sick call analysis.
  • Tracked position controls and liaison with operating directors to reconcile accuracy of positions monthly.

 Management Information

  • Prepare executive management reports including: cost containment for RN/LVN new hire non-productive orientation activities, nursing turnover/duration of employment, monthly sick call analysis.
  • Collect and analyze exit interview survey data and periodically report findings to executive management and nursing leadership.
  • Conduct special projects that support employee retention and/or improved medical center operations, as directed by the CEO or COO.

22002 – 2003     Huntington Hospital, Pasadena, California

  • RN – open, locked, geropsych units.
  • LPS certification

 

2002 – 2002     Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center, Burbank, California

                          Breast Health Specialist,

  • Developed the Breast Health Specialist position to provide education, support and counseling to the newly diagnosed breast cancer patient and her family. Tailored the position to that hospital’s needs and environment.
  • Conducted systems analysis and needs assessments on seven Breast Centers including Palm Springs, Cedars Sinai, Loma Linda University and Glendale Adventist Hospital.
  • Marketed the program and the position as a high priority to the development of this new role. This role development included a multifaceted marketing,
  • Educational and supportive component for those in the hospital and in the Community.
  • Participated in Health Fairs, weekly Tumor Board meetings, and key Hospital Staff and Physician education. The position has been eliminated as part of hospital wide lay-offs. I can provide recommendations from my supervisors at Providence.
  • Completed training for Breast Health Specialist certification.

 

2001                Kaiser Permanente Hospital, Panorama City, CA

                        Masters Public Health Internship                                                    

  • Overall responsibility for a women’s symposium including: fund raising; publicity, event planning and coordination.
  • Liaison with presenters, vendors, and hospital staff.
  • Health education assignments included, instructor for introduction to Diabetes and in-service nurses’ training in glucose home monitoring, to updating and formulating hospital policies and procedures.
1993-1999    Columbia Las Encinas  Hospital, Pasadena, CA  

Charge Nurse on an adult long-term acute care residential psychiatric facility and an adolescent locked unit.

  • Reporting legal status to the Los Angeles Superior Court for all involuntary holds, adult and adolescent units.
  • Member of nursing committee for accreditation, chart audit and time management committees.
  • Updating and development of various hospital policies.
  • Group leader for in-patient groups.
  • LPS – Locked adult and adolescent unit.

1992 – 1993    Edgemont Hospital, Hollywood CA

                 Charge Nurse open and locked unit  

  • Hospital no longer in business

1981-1992     Glendale Adventist Hospital, Glendale, CA

                    Charge Nurse/Staff Nurse

  • Charge Nurse on Definitive Observation (Sub-intensive care unit).
  • Charge Nurse/Staff Nurse – Open Adult & Geriatric Psychiatric Unit.
  • LPS - Locked Adult and Adolescent Psychiatric units.
  • Staff Nurse on Open Heart Step-down unit.
  • Out patient surgery.
  • ECT treatment and recovery room.

EDUCATION

2002               California State University,  Northridge, CA
                                Master of Science, Public Health    
  • Program Planning – Includes assessing the needs of an entire community or population and selects a target population, establishing goals and objectives, developing programs based on assessed needs program implementation through various venues, and continuing                  .     evaluation of that process.
  • Health Education – Includes curriculum design and development according to the Communities health needs and promoting health in multicultural populations.
1998               California State University,  Northridge, CA
                        Bachelor of Science, Nursing         
  • Certificate in Public Health Nursing.
1981                  Glendale Community College,  Glendale, CA
                       Associate of Arts,  Nursing               
  • Registered Nurse

APPLICABLE COURSE WORK & ADDITIONAL SKILLS

  • Computer Literate – Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, Microsoft Outlook, internet research, SPSS 10.0, and EPIC software (EMR).

   Emphasis Of Course Work:

  • Community Organization project development and implementation.
  • Research Design: Writing proposals; scientific methodology/design; data collection, interpretation analysis and evaluation.
  • Communication: Development of teaching/media campaign videos and health education brochures.
  • Health Care Ethics

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  • Formerly Co-President, MPH Student Association
  • Formerly Treasurer, BSN Alumni Association
  • CCNP – California Coalition Nurse Practitioner, associate member
  • SOPHE - Society of Public Health Educators - Membership
  • Pursuing Human Resource Management certificate at Cal Poly Pomona.
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