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Marcdline Toussaint, Registered Nurse, CVICU Holy Cross Hospital, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, Petty Thief, To See Criminal Arrest Record Click Here

Marcdline Toussaint RN Nurse, Theft of Services, Academic Plagiarism, Mentally Unstable, Beware

Marcdline Toussaint - 630 Nw 185Th St Miami Gardens, FL - filed a chargeback on my writing services for no reason other than to steal my services of US$249.00. I drafted the statement below to the BSN to DNP Program in Nurse Anesthesia at the University of Miami on her behalf, based on her interview form (shown at right). I also edited her resume and track the changes (above right). I ended up doing all of this for nothing while trying to support my family. She has also been arrested on numerous occasions for petty theft and resisting arrest (link on top of photo above). She claims to be employed as a Registered Nurse in the Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit (CVICU) at Holy Cross Hospital in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida since June of 2015. Is this the kind of person that you want to administer your anesthesia before heart surgery?

The BSN to DNP Program in Nurse Anesthesia at the University of Miami is my first choice for graduate study because I am looking forward to a long and fulfilling career as a CRNA and I see your program as the finest in the State of Florida. Miami is also my home. Both of my parents immigrated to the USA from Haiti. Even though I was born and raised in Miami, therefore, I have Haitian roots and I feel a special calling for helping the underserved residents of Haiti.

I have already been to Haiti twice helping out on 2-week medical missions, in 2003 and 2009. I can testify that well-trained medical professionals able to speak the language, Creole, are very much in short supply. I hope to be selected at least in part on the basis of my potential contribution to the underserved of my land of origin.

I could not more fully embrace everything having to do with heath-promotion, eating healthy, exercise, and staying fully fit is part of my personal routine. At the same time that I spend much of my time reading and learning about Preventive Medicine, however, my visits to Haiti on medical missions, in addition to my day to day experiences at our hospital have filled me with inspiration and determination to become a CRNA and returning to Haiti as an anesthetist in support of teams of surgeons. In 2010, only months after my last trip to Haiti, the island was struck by one of the most devastating earthquakes in history with untold suffering. As I watched the images of the wounded on the television in Miami, I wept with the most wrenching desperation because I wanted to return so badly, although my circumstances did not allow me to do so. At these moments, however, my sense of calling became especially clear to me.

I now have extensive experience as a registered nurse (RN) in critical care, beginning in my present position with the Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit (CVICU) at Holy Cross Hospital in Ft. Lauderdale, FL, in June of 2015. We do a lot of heart surgery and our team is renowned for highly skilled nurses and state-of-the-art management of critical care patients. I have always given 100% which enabled me to achieve within a few months the high level of competency of other nurses who have been here much longer. I hit the ground running and every day I continue to learn valuable things as a result of my high level of motivation to always excel and continue to improve the quality of the care that I am able to provide.

Working on a unit with a high level of patient acuity requires me to use an immense amount of critical thinking skill at the same time that I have to make rapid decisions. I care for post-operative open heart patients with meticulous attention to detail, constantly on the watch for any deterioration in their condition. Post-operative open heart surgery patients require invasive monitoring such as Swan-Ganz catheters and I have become especially skilled in the management of hemodynamics. I have acquired experience in the use of a range of vasoactive and anesthetic medications as well as mechanical devices that support heart, lung, and kidney functions.

On December 10, 2004, I became a patient myself and needed an outpatient surgical procedure. My CRNA, Ellen Ramey, made me feel comfortable and inspired me with confidence in her ability to put me under anesthesia and make sure that I would be fine. She let me know that she would take care of me while I was unconscious. Ellen exemplified professionalism, a caring attitude, respect, humility, and affability. She models the type of anesthetist and professional I strive to become.

I feel strongly that it is a very special privilege to care for patients in their most critical and vulnerable moments just out of surgery and in the post anesthesia phase. For some time now, I have had vast opportunity to closely observe CRNAs administer anesthesia prior to and after surgery. I admire the ability of CRNAs to multitask during open heart surgery: controlling the patient’s consciousness and hemodynamics, at the same time that they ensure adequate ventilations. I admire their great agility at intubation and transesophageal echocardiogram; this high level of skill is what attracts me to this profession. I crave the responsibility, with proficient and highly accurate attention to detail. Each time the CRNA brings us a new patient to the CVIVU and discusses the case with me, it is a moment when I feel admiration, inspiration, motivation, and encouragement.

My principle short-term goal is to fully dedicate myself to thirty-six months of learning the complexity of anesthesia administration at the University of Miami, so as to become a highly trained CRNA prepared to excel in the workforce. My long-term goal is to eventually provide my expertise pro bono to Haiti, my family’s land of origin and where I am able to speak and understand the language of the underserved. Here in America, I look forward to serving as a CRNA for a team of heart surgeons. In Haiti, I look forward to serving in support of general surgeons operating on some of the poorest residents of the most impoverished nation in the hemisphere, blighted by natural disasters.  

I hope to participate in the future in research concerning how to improve nurse to patient ratios in hospitals in the United States so as to provide more individualized patient care. Also look forward to advocating for advance practice nurses to be able to care for patients more independently of physicians with the ability to bill patients and insurance for services.

I am fully aware of the sacrifice plus dedication that it will take to become a CRNA, yet I crave the challenge and the rigors of your program. If selected for your competitive program, I will remain focused and give it my all.

I thank you for considering my application to Nurse Anesthesia at the University of Miami.    

I have spent many years investigating what makes a Statement for admission to nursing school as effective as possible, what programs and institutions in the area of nursing are looking for in applicants: specific qualities, interests, and characteristics--all of which I will emphasize in your essay. Character is especially critical and I am an expert at making you look exceptional. It is all in the wording and I like to think I have a natural gift for statement expression. My own special strength is in the emotional eloquence of nursing. I admit that on a few occasions, tears well up in my eyes while writing a statement for nursing school; it is a most enriching experience and I count myself most privileged.

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I have been drafting statements on behalf of nurses now for the past 20 years. Writing statements is not always fun, and the older I get the more mental and emotional energy it takes for me to do a good job. This is one of the reasons why I have developed a priority focus on nurses, writing more statements in this area than any other, because I admire the dedication of nurses, their orientation of service and giving. Nurses are generally among the finest people on the planet, on human and emotional levels, because of their ethic of service. Thus, when I help a nurse succeed, I am inspired by her/his story.

Marcdline Toussaint RN Nurse, Theft of WritingServices, Academic Plagiarism

Contribution to Society: What would be the greatest possible contribution to society that you can imagine making if you were to be accepted to the program(s) to which you are applying and complete the degree. Tell me about your professional dreams in Nursing!:

Providing my expertise pro bono in
impoverished countries such as Haiti my parents are Haitian immigrants. I have visited the county in the past and was saddened by poverty.

What are your long term objectives? Where would you like to be 10 years from now? What would be your ideal nursing job or position?:

I would like to be anesthetist for a cardiac surgical team.

Why do you think that the nursing program to which you are applying should choose you over other applicants? What special abilities, experience, or special interests do you have that might appeal to an Admissions Committee?:

To achieve my passion of becoming a CRNA I have undertaken relevant work experience as a registered nurse (RN) in critical care. I gained employment on a Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit (CVICU) in June of 2015. The open-heart team of my CVICU is one of highly skilled nurses and advance professionals managing critical patients with dedication to the highest level of care. I became a competent nurse on my unit with the ability to care for freshly operated patients within six months of my employment through my eagerness to learn and my constant desire for advancement. Working on a unit with a high level of patient acuity required me to use an immense amount of critical thinking alongside rapid decision making. I have cared for post-operative open heart patients with meticulous attention to detail and an understanding that my patients condition could deteriorate rapidly. Post-operative open heart surgical patients require invasive monitoring such as Swan-Ganz catheters which allowed me to gain skills in the management of hemodynamics. I have acquired experience in the use of vasoactive drugs, anesthetic drugs, and mechanical devices that support the heart, lungs, and kidneys.

Educational Background: Please include degrees earned, graduation dates, and programs/courses in which you are currently enrolled!:

I first gained my Bachelors in Business Administration from FAU in 2009. I then received my Associate Degree in Nursing from Broward college in 2013

Research Interests: In what areas do you especially look forward to doing research?:

I am interested in researching the advancement of doctorate prepared registered nurses work independently of physicians

What degree do you hope to attain (If applicable)?:

Doctorate of Nursing Practice Anesthesia Track

Have you ever done any type of volunteer work?:

N/A

What relevant, professional work experience do you have? :

To achieve my passion of becoming a CRNA I have undertaken relevant work experience as a registered nurse (RN) in critical care. I gained employment on a Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit (CVICU) in June of 2015. The open-heart team of my CVICU is one of highly skilled nurses and advance professionals managing critical patients with dedication to the highest level of care. I became a competent nurse on my unit with the ability to care for freshly operated patients within six months of my employment through my eagerness to learn and my constant desire for advancement. Working on a unit with a high level of patient acuity required me to use an immense amount of critical thinking alongside rapid decision making. I have cared for post-operative open heart patients with meticulous attention to detail and an understanding that my patients condition could deteriorate rapidly. Post-operative open heart surgical patients require invasive monitoring such as Swan-Ganz catheters which allowed me to gain skills in the management of hemodynamics. I have acquired experience in the use of vasoactive drugs, anesthetic drugs, and mechanical devices that support the heart, lungs, and kidneys.

To which program (university) do you want your statement directed?:

University of Miami

Does the program to which you are applying have an online component?:

No

Do you intend to study full time?:

Yes

Ethnic Background::

Black American with immigrant Haitian parents

Hobbies/interests and related prizes/awards:

Heath promotion, eating healthy,
exercise

Where were you born?:

Miami

Where were you raised?:

Miami

Where do you live now?:

Miami

Immigration Status/Dates:

US Citizen

Please list every country in which you have lived, or visited. How long were you there?:

Haiti 2009 and 2003 for two weeks
each time

Which languages do you speak, read, write? How well?:

English only

How long do you want your statement to be, in either words, characters, or double-spaced pages?:

1 to 2 pages single spaced pages

Are you in a hurry for your statement? Do you have a deadline?:

Yes I need to submit by May 10

Name:

Marcdline Toussaint

Gender:

Female

Age:

33

E-mail:

marctoussaint@gmail.com

Telephone Number:

3059427307

Message:

I will send my rough draft as an email.
Thank you

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