Teaching Portfolio: Holly Marie Hovan MSN, RN-BC, APRN, CWOCN-AP

Curriculum Vitae

Holly Marie Hovan MSN, RN-BC, APRN, ACNS-BC, CWOCN-AP
hollyhovanrn@gmail.com

Compassionate, caring, well-organized, efficient, and energetic APRN and nurse educator

Education
 
September 2015 – November 2015 Rupert B. Turnbull, Jr., MD School of WOC Nursing Education, Cleveland Clinic Cleveland, Ohio
120 hours didactic education, 120 hours clinical experience
 
August 2009 – August 2013 Ursuline College Pepper Pike, Ohio
Master of Science in Nursing, Adult Health Clinical Nurse Specialist-Board Certified,
     Post Masters Certificate in Education

August 2004 – May 2008 Ursuline College Pepper Pike, Ohio
      Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Certifications/Licensure
 
Gerontological Nurse – Board Certified (American Nurses Credentialing Center – ANCC)     Original issue: 03/01/2019     Expires: 02/29/2024
 
Certified Wound, Ostomy & Continence Nurse – Advanced Practice (CWOCN-AP) (Wound, Ostomy, Continence Nursing Certification Board - WOCNCB)
Original issue: 10/14/2016 Expires: 12/31/2024
APRN.CNS.17433 Original issue: 05/10/2014 Expires: 05/09/2024
 
RN.342746 Original issue: 07/21/2008 Expires: 10/31/2021
Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers (CPR and AED) Program – Infant and Adult
Issued: 08/2017 Expires: 08/31/2021
 August 2013     Certificate in Education

Technology
Microsoft Office (Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint)
Barcode Medication Administration (BCMA) & Computerized Patient Record System (CPRS)
Veterans Health Information Systems and Technology Architecture (VISTA)
Epic & MyChart
My HealtheVet
Blackboard
Canvas
Angel
Kaltura
Moodle
MAC & Windows operating systems
Wiki
WebQuest
FaceTime
Learning House
WebEx

Employment History
 
October 2013 – Present Northeast Ohio VA Healthcare System Cleveland, Ohio (216) 791-3800 (full-time, 40 hours per week)
Wound, Ostomy, Continence Nurse Coordinator APRN – Long Term Care/Hospice
 
Provide wound care coverage/consultant services (including but not limited to wound, ostomy, continence care, surgical, vascular, diabetic/neuropathic, pressure injuries, applications/ indications for negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT), management of biological and tissue grafts, assessment for surgical intervention, etc.) for inpatient, outpatient, spinal cord injury, acute and long-term care patients
Assessment and recommendation for low air loss/specialty mattresses & seating cushions
Knowledge of wound care products: collagens, alginates, debriding agents, NPWT, hydrofiber, antimicrobials (silver, Iodosorb, topical antibiotic treatments)
Knowledge of radiation dermatitis, topical options, pre/post radiation therapy education
Work closely with different services: Vascular, Podiatry, General Surgery, ENT, Plastics and Primary Care Providers to provide wound care recommendations/education to our Veteran population
Educate nursing staff re: pressure injury prevention, management and staging
Lead monthly new nurse education for pressure injury prevention and ostomy care
Lead weekly interprofessional wound huddle meetings with floor staff and providers followed by wound rounds, assessing Veterans with wounds or skin conditions and making appropriate recommendations
Lead weekly interprofessional wound huddle meetings with nurse managers, dietitian, physician and leadership (Chief Nurse), discussing QI/PI findings and any community or hospital acquired pressure injuries
Provide ostomy education to Veterans and staff including pre-op ostomy marking & pre, peri & post-op education
Participate in quarterly Hospital Wide Wound Care Committee meetings
Proficient with outpatient orders, follow-up and different outpatient resources for Veterans
Assure appropriate follow-through and continuity of care for wound care patients
Lead monthly pressure injury prevalence rounds as the wound care/staging expert in acute care
Educate staff and providers using the National Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel (NPUAP) as a body of evidenced based research for practice
Orient new residents & physical therapists to the wound care aspect of long-term care
Work alongside amputee clinic & with vascular to assist with management of those with AKAs & BKAs
Provide shadow experiences of wound, ostomy and continence nursing to nursing students

November 2008 – October 2013 Northeast Ohio VA Healthcare System Cleveland, Ohio (216) 791-3800 (full-time, 40 hours per week)
Registered Nurse – WCT3 Skilled/Intermediate Care/Rehab
 
Provide direct patient care along with patient/family education and support
Collaborate with healthcare team in all patient care decisions
Medication administration: PO/NG/PEG/IM/SQ/IV
Maintenance of PICC line, IV insertion, IV medications
Maintenance of MediPort, Broviac and Hickman catheters
Critical thinking/delegation
Continuous assessment of patients and monitoring for changes in condition
Primary and team model nursing: initiated a Primary Nursing policy/protocol in collaboration with management, “Waterside Way is Going Sailing with Primary Nursing”
Served as a Unit Based Skin Care Nurse (UBSCN)
Attended and participated in weekly interdisciplinary meetings to provide input to patient care delivery & discharge planning
Served frequently in role as charge nurse on day tour, weekends, evenings and night rotations managing the patient care on the floor appropriately and creating fair assignments based on skill level/competency
Delegated assignments appropriately to caregivers and ward staff
 Assisted nurse manager in the development of a head-to-toe skin assessment to decrease the incidence of hospital acquired pressure ulcers along w/forms and documentation piece

October 2010 – October 2011     St. Vincent Charity Medical Center     Cleveland, Ohio     (216) 861-6100     (part-time/PRN, 36-40 hours per month)
      Registered Nurse – PRN Float Pool
Provide direct patient care and education/support to patients and families
Caring for, monitoring and continuous assessment of immediate post-op, medical/surgical intensive care, surgical step-down, telemetry, bariatric and orthopedic patients
Work alongside MD/NP and provide direction/delegation
Medication administration: PO/NG/PEG/IM/SQ/IV/IVP
Maintenance and titration of IV drips (per standing order/policy), central line, Swan Ganz catheter
Monitoring and interpreting EKG/telemetry, VS changes, cardiac output
Close, continuous assessment of bariatric surgical patients
Assessment and education of orthopedic surgical patients (neurovascular checks, PROM machine)
Collaboration with nurses in critical care setting
 Cared for patients throughout many levels of care utilizing past knowledge and experience

July 2008 – November 2008     Hillcrest Hospital     Mayfield Heights, Ohio     (440) 312-4500     (full-time, 40 hours per week)
      Registered Nurse – Cardiac Surgical Intensive Care Unit
Provide direct patient care and education/support to patients and families
Caring for, monitoring and continuous assessment of immediate post-op CABG and thoracentesis/thoracotomy patients
Work alongside MD/NP and provide direction/delegation
Medication administration: PO/NG/PEG/IM/SQ/IV/IVP
Maintenance and titration of IV drips (per standing order/policy), central line, Swan Ganz catheter
Monitoring and interpreting EKG/telemetry, VS changes, cardiac output, arterial wave form, PCWP and chest tubes

Teaching Experience
 
January 2020 – June 2020 Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C) Cleveland, Ohio (216) 987-4400 (part-time, ~5 hours per week)
      Adjunct Clinical Faculty, Undergraduate Associate Degree (AD) Nursing Skills Lab Instructor
 
Serve as a role model, supervisor and educator to second semester AD nursing students throughout their first experience in the nursing skills lab
Collaborate with students and lab faculty during lab teaching and test outs
Assess competency and safe nursing practice for first semester students, and for medication administration (PO, IV, IM, SQ, NG, PEG, inhalation, topical) in the nursing skills lab

 
October 2015 – Present Notre Dame College (216) 381-1680 (remote, part-time, contract position, ~20-30 hours per week)
      Assistant Professor, Community Health Nursing, RN-BSN Program
Assistant Professor, Gerontology Nursing, RN-BSN Program
 
Serve as a role model and resource for registered nurses working toward their BSN
Provide feedback to student assignments via email, online conversations, discussion boards and other various online assignments
Grade formative/summative assessments
Interact with students via discussion boards, providing feedback to online work
Proficiently navigate and work in Blackboard, Angel, Moodle & Outlook email
Provide guidance to students experiencing difficulty with online learning & some technical aspects
Proficiently enter data/comments into online gradebook
Timely (24-72 hour) grading of assignments including thoughtful feedback and comments
Serve as support staff for online course and mentor/coach for students
Provide personalized and timely guidance to students on their community projects
Educate students via create modes of technology on current community health events, public health issues, and the role of the community/public health nurse

 
October 2014 – Present/PRN Instructional Connections (IC) Services for Online Learning/University of Cincinnati (UC) (888) 221-2418 (remote, part-time, contract position/PRN, ~20 hours per week)
      Adjunct Clinical Faculty, Teaching Assistant (TA)/Academic Coach for University of Cincinnati and University of North Carolina Wilmington: Community Health Nursing, Senior Capstone Project, Gerontology, Informatics, Health Issues of Vulnerable and Marginalized Populations, Leadership and Management in Nursing & Professional Nursing Standards
 
Serve as a role model and resource for registered nurses working toward their BSN
Interact and keep open communication with lead professor of course
Provide feedback to student assignments via email, online conversations, discussion boards and other various online assignments
Grade formative/summative assessments
Interact with students via discussion boards, providing feedback to online work
Proficiently navigate and work in Blackboard, Angel & Outlook email
Provide guidance to students experiencing difficulty with Kaltura Media
Proficiently enter data/comments into online gradebook
Timely (24-72) grading of assignments including thoughtful feedback and comments
Served as support staff for online course and mentor/coach for students

 
September 2013 – December 2019 (spring & fall semesters) Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C) Cleveland, Ohio (216) 987-4400 (part-time, 15 hours per week during spring & fall semesters)
      Adjunct Clinical Faculty, Undergraduate Associate Degree (AD) Clinical Instructor Medical-Surgical Nursing (Cleveland Clinic Foundation)
 
Serve as a role model, supervisor and educator to second semester AD nursing students throughout their medical-surgical nursing rotation
Collaborate with students, college and hospital administration to ensure a smooth and organized clinical experience
Grade careplans/coursework – provided students with formative and summative assessments
Assess competency and safe nursing practice for skills such as IV insertion, IV maintenance and IVPB/IVP medication administration and physical assessment
Assess competency and safe nursing practice for medication administration (PO, IV, IM, SQ, NG, PEG, inhalation, topical)
Assess competency and safe nursing practice for wound/dressing care and wound VAC changes
 Assess competency and safe nursing practice for patient education using teachback method

April 2012 – July 2012    Ursuline College     Pepper Pike, Ohio     (440) 449-4200     (part-time, 15 hours per week)
Adjunct Clinical Faculty, Undergraduate Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Clinical Instructor Community Health Nursing
 
Work alongside classroom faculty to educate & train new nurses in their community health clinical rotation
Provide classroom and focused clinical education/experiences to undergraduate students
Assist with grading of undergraduate assignments (windshield survey, teaching plans, care plans, case studies)
Assist with course evaluations – assessment/evaluation of students in the clinical setting
Serve as a role model and mentor to students throughout their community health clinical experience
Collaborate with facility/community health administration, college administration & students to ensure a smooth and organized clinical experience
 Work closely with students/faculty in the Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD) throughout the clinical rotation

Leadership Activities
 
January 2019 – Present (3 year term)     Board Member     Wound, Ostomy, Continence Nursing Certification Board, Board of Directors - Marketing Committee Co-Liaison, Ad Hoc Exam Preparation Co-Liaison, and Awards & Nominations Committee

 
June 2018 – Present     Facilitator – Wound, Ostomy, Continence & Prevention Journal Club     Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center

 
January 2018 – Present     WCIPT-Wound Care Integrated Product Team – Subject Matter Expect (SME)/Member     Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center/VA Central Office

April 2017 – Present
Wound Care Blogger/Online Kestrel Health, WoundSource (www.woundsource.com)

March 2017 – Present
VHA-CM     Veterans Health Administration Certified Mentor     Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center

January 2017 – Present
Co-Chair, Nurse Professional Standards Board (NPSB)     Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center

 
January 2015 – January 2017
Secretary, Nurse Professional Standards Board (NPSB)     Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center

October 2014
Presenter/Faculty, VISN 10 Spinal Cord Injury Conference, Wound Care Products & Usage     Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center  (local level conference)

October 2012
Flu Champion, Coordinator of Flu Vaccines      Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center

January 2012 – October 2013
Registered Nurse (New Nurse) Preceptor     Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center 

January 2012 – Present
Member, Nurse Professional Standards Board     Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center 

January 2012 – October 2015
Member, Patient Education Committee     Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center

July 2012 – Present  
Member, Hospital Wide Wound Care Committee     Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center

July 2012 – October 2013  
Unit Based Skin Care Nurse (UBSCN)     Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center

March 2012 – October 2013
Chair – Unit Practice Council/Relationship Based Care      Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center

February 2012 – Present
Coach & Mentor Program     Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center

February 2012
Coordinator of “One Nice Thing”     Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center

November 2011
Flu Champion, Coordinator of Flu Vaccines      Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center

March 2009 – October 2013
Unit Peer Leader     Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center

Professional Memberships
 
July 2020 – Present
Member Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses (WOCN) Society

 
January 2019 – Present
Board of Directors Member Wound, Ostomy, Continence Nursing Certification Board Co-Chair of Marketing Committee

 
January 2018 – Present
Member Wound Care Integrated Product Team (WCIPT)     National level committee which serves as SME for standardization of wound, ostomy and continence supplies throughout VHA

 
January 2010 – December 2016
 
Member     National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists (NACNS)
 

April 2008 – December 2016
Member Sigma Theta Tau International

Volunteer/Leadership Experience
 
January 2019 – Present (3 year term)     Board of Directors Member     Wound, Ostomy, Continence Nursing Certification Board, Board of Directors - Marketing Committee Co-Liaison, Ad Hoc Exam Preparation Co-Liaison, and Awards & Nominations Committee
Assist in development of the WOCNCB Strategic Plan
Market to new certificants
Assisted with selection and development of mobile flashcard/review apps for Smart Phone
Attend Spring & Fall board meetings and monthly board conference calls
Attend committee calls monthly
 Marketing to national and international candidates with a goal of all wound, ostomy, continence and foot care nurses being WOCNCB certified

Preceptor Experience
 
August 2019 – December 2019     Precepted MSN/Graduate student for 100 hours in epidemiology/data collection and development of a performance improvement project related to nursing care plans in the long-term care setting

August 2018 – December 2018     Precepted DNP student for 150 hours for a scholarly project surrounding skin changes at end of life 

Honors & Awards
 
2018     ICARE project award recipient
 
2013 Graduated summa cum laude with MSN & certificate in education from Ursuline College
2012 Recipient of the Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center Secretary’s Award for Nursing Excellence
 
2008     Graduated cum laude with BSN from Ursuline College

Publications
 
Hovan, H.  (2019).  Assessing factors affecting fecal and urinary diversion.  Journal of Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nursing.  46(5), 459-460.

Hovan, H.  (2020, August 11).  Tips and Tricks for Managing Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) [Blog post].   Retrieved from: https://www.woundsource.com/blog/tips-and-tricks-managing-negative-pressure-wound-therapy-npwt

Hovan, H.  (2020, August 5).  Surgical Wound Management and Ostomy Education: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Abdominoperineal Resection (APR) [Blog post].  Retrieved from: https://www.woundsource.com/blog/surgical-wound-management-and-ostomy-education-interdisciplinary-approach-abdominoperineal

Hovan, H.  (2020, May 21).  Specialty Nursing in a Pandemic: Adapting to Change [Blog post].  Retrieved from: https://www.woundsource.com/blog/specialty-nursing-in-pandemic-adapting-change

Hovan, H.  (2020, May 7).  Pressure Injury Prevention: Taking It Back to the Basics During National Nurses Week [Blog post].  Retrieved from: https://www.woundsource.com/blog/pressure-injury-prevention-taking-it-back-basics-during-national-nurses-week

Hovan, H. (2020, February 13). The Importance of Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nursing. [Blog post]. Retrieved from: https://www.woundsource.com/blog/importance-wound-ostomy-and-continence-nursing

Hovan, H. (2020, February 7). A Wound Care Carnival: Making Pressure Injury Prevention and Wound Care Fun. [Blog post]. Retrieved from: https://www.woundsource.com/blog/wound-care-carnival-making-pressure-injury-prevention-and-wound-care-fun

Hovan, H. (2020, January 16). Tips and Tricks for Discharging Patients with Wounds [Blog post]: https://www.woundsource.com/blog/tips-and-tricks-discharging-patients-wounds

Hovan, H. (2019, November 14). Preventing Pressure Injuries by Encouraging Nursing Assistants. [Blog post]. Retrieved from: https://www.woundsource.com/blog/preventing-pressure-injuries-encouraging-nursing-assistants

Hovan, H.  (2019, October 17).  Wound Documentation: Commonly Confused Wound Care Terms.  [Blog post].  Retrieved from: https://www.woundsource.com/blog/wound-documentation-commonly-confused-wound-care-terms

Hovan, H.  (2019, September 5).  How to Use Wound Assessment Techniques to Support Self-Care in Nurses.  [Blog post].  Retrieved from: https://www.woundsource.com/blog/how-use-wound-assessment-techniques-support-self-care-in-nurses

Hovan, H.  (2019, July 25).  How and Why to Certify in Ostomy Care.  [Blog post].   Retrieved from: https://www.woundsource.com/blog/getting-ready-wound-care-certification-study-tips-and-practice-questions

Hovan, H.  (2019, June 13).  Understanding the Role of the Continence Nurse, Reasons to Certify, and Practice Questions.  [Blog post].   Retrieved from: https://www.woundsource.com/blog/understanding-role-continence-nurse-reasons-certify-and-practice-questions

Hovan, H.  (2019, May 31).  Getting Ready for Wound Care Certification: Study Tips and Practice Questions.  [Blog post].  Retrieved from: https://www.woundsource.com/blog/getting-ready-wound-care-certification-study-tips-and-practice-questions

Hovan, H.  (2019, May 2).  Understanding the Braden Scale: Focus on Mobility.  [Blog post].  Retrieved from: https://www.woundsource.com/blog/understanding-braden-scale-focus-mobility

 
Hovan, H.  (2019, April 19).  Assessing Wound Tissue and Drainage Types: Slough Versus Purulence.   [Blog post].  Retrieved from: https://www.woundsource.com/blog/assessing-wound-tissue-and-drainage-types-slough-versus-purulence

 
Hovan, H.  (2019, March 5).  Peristomal Skin Complications and Tips for Management.  [Blog post].  Retrieved from: https://www.woundsource.com/blog/peristomal-skin-complications-and-tips-management

Hovan, H. (2019, February 13). Medical Device-Related Pressure Injury: Creating a Culture of Prevention. [Blog post]. Retrieved from: https://www.woundsource.com/blog/medical-device-related-pressure-injury-creating-culture-prevention

 
Hovan, H.  (2019, January 17).  Empowering and Engaging Nurses Through a Nurse-Driven Skin Tear Protocol.  [Blog post].   Retrieved from: https://www.woundsource.com/blog/empowering-and-engaging-nurses-through-nurse-driven-skin-tear-protocol

 
Hovan, H.  (2018, December 13).  World Wide Pressure Injury Prevention Day: An Opportunity to Educate.   [Blog post].  Retrieved from: https://www.woundsource.com/blog/world-wide-pressure-injury-prevention-day-opportunity-educate

 
Hovan, H.  (2018, November 8).  The Impact of a WOC Journal Club on Pressure Injury Prevention and Staff Engagement.  [Blog post].   Retrieved from: https://www.woundsource.com/blog/impact-woc-journal-club-pressure-injury-prevention-and-staff-engagement

 
Hovan, H.  (2018, October 11).  How and Why to Get Certified in Wound Care.  [Blog post].  Retrieved from: https://www.woundsource.com/blog/how-and-why-get-certified-in-wound-care

 
Hovan, H.  (2018, September 14).  Geriatric Skin Changes: What’s Normal and What’s Not?  [Blog post].  Retrieved from: https://www.woundsource.com/blog/geriatric-skin-changes-what-s-normal-and-what-s-not

 
Hovan, H.  (2018, August 29).  Is it a Pressure Injury?  Factors to Consider When Determining Wound Etiology.  [Blog post].  Retrieved from: https://www.woundsource.com/blog/it-pressure-injury-factors-consider-when-determining-wound-etiology

Hovan, H. (2018, June 20). Urinary Incontinence: Assessment and Treatment. [Blog post]. Retrieved from: https://www.woundsource.com/blog/urinary-incontinence-assessment-and-treatment

 
Hovan, H.  (2018, May 24).  Medical Adhesive-Related Skin Injury: Treatment and Prevention.  [Blog post].  Retrieved from: http://www.woundsource.com/blog/medical-adhesive-related-skin-injury-treatment-and-prevention.

Hovan, H.  (2018, April 25).  Wound Assessment, Treatment and Follow-Up.  [Blog post].  Retrieved from: http://www.woundsource.com/blog/medical-adhesive-related-skin-injury-treatment-and-prevention.

Hovan, H.  (2018, April 5).  Palliative vs. Curative Wound Care.  [Blog post].  Retrieved from: http://www.woundsource.com/blog/medical-adhesive-related-skin-injury-treatment-and-prevention.

Hovan, H.  (2018, February 15).  Classification and Management of Fistulas.  [Blog post].  Retrieved from: http://www.woundsource.com/blog/medical-adhesive-related-skin-injury-treatment-and-prevention.

Hovan, H.  (2018, January 11).  Understanding the Braden Scale: Focus on Shear and Friction (Part 5).  Retrieved from: http://www.woundsource.com/blog/understanding-braden-scale-focus-shear-and-friction-part-5.

Hovan, H.  (2017, December 14).  Understanding the Braden Scale: Focus on Activity (Part 4).  Retrieved from: http://www.woundsource.com/blog/understanding-braden-scale-focus-shear-and-friction-part-5.

Hovan, H.  (2017, November 16).  Understanding the Braden Scale: Focus on Nutrition (Part 3).  Retrieved from: http://www.woundsource.com/blog/understanding-braden-scale-focus-shear-and-friction-part-5.

Hovan, H.  (2017, October 25).  Understanding the Braden Scale: Focus on Moisture (Part 2).  Retrieved from: http://www.woundsource.com/blog/understanding-braden-scale-focus-moisture-part-2.

Hovan, H.  (2017, October 4).  The Importance of Preoperative Stoma Site Marking and Ostomy Education.  Retrieved from: http://www.woundsource.com/blog/importance-preoperative-stoma-site-marking-and-ostomy-education.

Hovan, H.  (2017, September 13).  Understanding the Braden Scale: Focus on Sensory Perception (Part 1).  Retrieved from: http://www.woundsource.com/blog/understanding-braden-scale-focus-sensory-perception-part-1.

Hovan, H.  (2017, August 3).  Comparing Alginate and Gelling Fiber Dressings.  Retrieved from: http://www.woundsource.com/blog/comparing-alginate-and-gelling-fiber-dressings.

Hovan, H.  (2017, June 29).  Prevention and Treatment of Skin Tears in the Elderly Population.  Retrieved from: http://www.woundsource.com/blog/prevention-and-treatment-skin-tears-in-elderly-population.

Hovan, H.  (2017, June 2).  Calciphylaxis: Prevention and Treatment of a Rare Disease.  Retrieved from: http://www.woundsource.com/blog/prevention-and-treatment-skin-tears-in-elderly-population

Hovan, H.  (2017, May 19).  Taking a Hands-On Approach to Wound Care Education.  Retrieved from: http://www.woundsource.com/blog/taking-hands-approach-wound-care-education.

Hovan, H.  (2017, April 13).  Improving Outcomes Through Wound Care Staff Education.  Retrieved from: http://www.woundsource.com/blog/taking-hands-approach-wound-care-education

White Papers
 
WoundSource.   (2020).  Caring for Geriatric Skin: Common Conditions.  [White paper].  Hovan, H.

WoundSource.  (2019).   Breaking Down the Braden Scale: Building Blocks for Pressure Injury Prevention.  [White paper].  Hovan, H.

Presentations
 
The Impact of Pressure Injury Education on Nurse Knowledge & Practice at End of Life: An Evidence Based Practice Program Evaluation Approach, December 2018 & ongoing
 Contributors:
Jacinta M. Seton MSN, APRN, ACNS-BC (DNP Student), Maudie M. Murray RN MSN AGPCNP CHPN, Holly M. Hovan MSN, APRN, ACNS-BC, CWOCN-AP and Bridgette Wasil RN, BSN

World Wide Pressure Injury Prevention Day 2016: with involvement of staff nurses, dietitians, providers, PT/OT, and management, presented topics on pressure injury prevention and treatment.

World Wide Pressure Injury Prevention Day 2017: with involvement of staff nurses, dietitians, providers, PT/OT, and management, presented topics on pressure injury prevention and treatment.

World Wide Pressure Injury Prevention Day 2018: with involvement of staff nurses, dietitians, providers, PT/OT, and management, presented topics on pressure injury prevention and treatment.

World Wide Pressure Injury Prevention Day 2019: with involvement of staff nurses, dietitians, providers, PT/OT, and management, presented topics on pressure injury prevention and treatment.

 

References available upon request

HOLLY HOVAN

Certifications
  • APRN - Clinical Nurse Specialist
    Ohio (May 2015)
  • Registered Nurse
    Ohio (Jul 2008)
  • RN-BC
    Gerontological Nurse - Board Certified (ANCC)
    Ohio (Mar 2019)
  • Advanced Practice Certified Wound, Ostomy & Continence Nurse
    Ohio (Oct 2016)
Interests
  • Medicine