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Jordan Kwon

1413 Via Roma, Montebello, CA, 90640


(323) 482 – 3901 KwonJordan@Gmail.com

Education
Bachelor of Science, Nursing – Entry Level Master’s Program (GPA: 3.9) December 2018
Azusa Pacific University, Monrovia, CA

Bachelor of Arts, Sociology (GPA: 3.2) September 2012 – June 2016


University of California, Los Angeles

License and Certifications


NCLEX (License #) Expected: December 2018
Basic Life Support (BLS) – American Heart Association April 2017
Basic Certificate in Quality & Safety – Institute for Healthcare Improvement July 2018
Blood Borne Pathogens Training August 2017
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act Training April 2017
Mandated Reporter General Training – California Department of Social Services June 2018
Mandated Reporter Medical Training – California Department of Social Services June 2018
Nurses on the Front Line: Disaster and Emergency Training May 2018

Clinical Experience
May 2017 – Present
 Methodist Hospital of Southern California: Medical-Surgical 180 hours
 Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital: Rehabilitation and Medical-Surgical 180 hours
 Huntington Memorial: Labor and Delivery and Obstetrics 90 hours
 Children’s Hospital Los Angeles: Pediatrics 90 hours
 Kaiser Permanente Ontario: Critical Care, Emergency, and Operating Room 168 hours
 Aurora Charter Oak Behavioral Health Care: Mental Health 90 hours
 Citrus Valley Health Partners: Community Health/Public Health 90 hours
 _______: Preceptorship 252 hours
Total hours: 1152

Volunteer Experience
Huntington Memorial Hospital, Pasadena, CA August 2016 – January 2017
Emergency Department Volunteer – Promoted unity between the medical staff in the Emergency Department regularly
for four hours on the weekends by communicating the needs of the staff to each other during busy periods of the
night. Tended to non-medical needs of the patients and their visitors and families, disinfected rooms after patient
use, and shadowed the Registered Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Patient Care Assistants, and Social Workers.

UCLA School of Nursing, Los Angeles September 2014 – June 2017


Research Volunteer - Implemented evidence-based practices with women who were previously incarcerated and
homeless on the outskirts of Downtown Los Angeles. Trained to be a nurse researcher while practicing how to
apply learned concepts in the field.

Asian and Pacific American Health Care June 2014 – June 2016
Secretary - Coordinated and led a team of registered nurses, undergraduate pre-health students, and hospital staff to
organize and implement health fairs for underprivileged and linguistically isolated communities throughout
metropolitan Los Angeles.

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White Memorial Medical Center August 2011 – September 2014
Labor & Delivery Volunteer – Alleviated the tasks of the nurses and physicians in the Labor & Delivery department by
setting up tools and documents in the delivery rooms. Sanitized and set up beds for incoming patients. Observed
several procedures in the operating room. 50+ hours of experience obtained.

Research Experience
UCLA School of Nursing September 2014 – July 2017
Research Assistant - Involved with data collection, analysis of qualitative data, utilized content analysis in order to
understand needs among formerly incarcerated, currently homeless women. Collected data in community-based,
Los Angeles research sites (e.g. Skid Row, Downtown Women’s Center, and Amistad de Los Angeles), attended
weekly research staff meetings and research assistant meetings reviewing literature related to homelessness, women,
and incarceration.

UCLA Chemistry and Biochemistry July 2013 – October 2013


Research Assistant - Volunteered with a UCLA Graduate student under the Principal Investigator Charles M.
Knobler. Assisted in the procedures and experiments conducted on RNA transcriptase and viruses.

Work Experience
Baby Sitter August 2016 – May 2017
Nurtured a newborn baby by offering undivided attention and care to him through cleaning, changing, feeding,
reading to, and playing with him for 30 hours a week.

UCLA Office of Environment, Health and Safety August 2015 – April 2016
Research Assistant - Assessed the safety of UCLA laboratory materials and also trained others to do so. Entered data
into a database, innovated ways to make the job more efficient, and communicated with several Principal
Investigators.

Research Publications

Salem, B.E., Bustos, Y., Shalita, C., Kwon, J., Ramakrishnan, P., Yadav, K., Ekstrand, M., Sinha, S., & Nyamathi,
A.M. (2018) Chronic Disease Self-Management Challenges among Rural Women Living with HIV/AIDS in
Prakasam, Andhra Pradesh, India: A Qualitative Study. Journal of the International Association of Providers of AIDS Care.
17: 1-10. DOI: 10.1177/2325958218773768

Nyamathi AM, Srivastava N, Salem BE, Wall S, Kwon J, Ekstrand M, Hall E, Turner SF, Faucette M. (2016)
Female Ex-Offender Perspectives on Drug Initiation, Relapse, and Desire to Remain Drug Free. Journal of Forensic
Nursing. 12: 81-90. DOI: 10.1097/JFN.0000000000000110

Salem, B.E., Kwon J., Masha A. On the Front lines: A Qualitative Study of Challenges and Facilitators Experienced
by Providers Working with Homeless Women (2017) Western Journal of Nursing Research. 40: 665-687.
DOI: 10.1177/0193945916689081

Salem, B.E., Kwon, J., Ekstrand, M.L., Hall, E., Turner, S.F., Faucette, M., Slaughter, R., & Nyamathi, A.M.
Transitioning into the Community: Perceptions of Barriers and Facilitators Exprerienced by Formerly Incarcerated
Homeless Women during Reentry – A Qualitative Study. Publication in Review.