Madeline Winters, RN, BSN
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Madeline Winters is currently a Clinical Research Nurse Coordinator II at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and Clinical Nurse II at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center. She has paired research with clinical care over the past 4 years. Madeline started her nursing career in the Pediatric ICU at CHOP and branched her nursing interest into adults working in the PeriAnesthesia Care Unit at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center. She has worked on projects related to Neurodevelopmental Outcomes in children after CPR. Additionally, she has assisted in studies examining quality of CPR and brain oxygenation using NIRS technology in both the Cardiac and Pediatric ICUs. Madeline attends Jefferson College of Nursing and is working towards becoming a Family Nurse Practitioner. Madeline hopes to utilize her acquired bedside and research skills in primary care one day.
Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS)Basic Life Support (BLS)Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)
BS - Guilford College, Greensboro, NC
BSN - Thomas Jefferson College of Nursing, Philadelphia, PA
MSN - Thomas Jefferson College of Nursing, Philadelphia, PA
Clinical Research Nurse Coordinator II
Clinical Nurse II at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center
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