Stefania SWIATEK :CV

Full Name: Stefania SWIATEK

Date of Birth: 31st July 1961

Address: 33 Lansdowne Crescent,Glasgow G20 6NH

Telephone: Home: 0141-334-0951
Mobile: 07801-444305
Fax: 0141-334-0951

1983-86 R.G.N. - York District Hospital, Wigginton Road, York.
1988-92 Diploma in Professional Studies in Nursing:
"Interpersonal skills and relationships"
"Teaching and counselling"
"Decision making in the Health Service"
"Orthopaedic Trauma" - Level 8, Western Infirmary
"Cardiac" - Cardiac Intensive Care, Western Infirmary
"Head Injury" - Institute of Neurological Sciences,
Southern General Hospital
1993 Advanced Cardiac Life Support Course,
Edinburgh Royal Infirmary,

1993-1995 BSc Health Studies, Glasgow Caledonian University. Graduated Dec 95.

Study Days
"HIV" Study day - Western Infirmary, Glasgow.
"Project 2000" Generic Study day - Gartnavel General Hospital, Glasgow.
"Organ Donation in Accident and Emergency" - Postgraduate Centre, Glasgow.
"Coping with sudden death" - CRI-TEC, Edinburgh.
"Dealing with a major incident" - Greater Glasgow Health Board, Glasgow.
"Two day ECG workshop" - M&K Update, Edinburgh.
"Breaking bad news to relatives" - Victoria Infirmary, Glasgow.
"Resuscitation-An Update", - Victoria Infirmary, Glasgow.
"Scottish Conference for A&E Nursing 1993" - Herriot Watt University, Edinburgh.
"Scottish BAEM Conference 1994, 1997" - Perth.
"Scottish Conference for A&E Nursing 1994"- Herriot Watt University, Edinburgh.
"STAG National Conference 1996" - Royal College of Physicians, Glasgow.
"Children's Head Injury - Who Cares?" - Edinburgh 1997.
"Scottish Screen Health & Safety Course" - Glasgow March 1999

1997- present Unit nurse. Providing nursing services on set to Film and Television companies. Established new company -"STARS"; an agency to supply trauma nurses, doctors, medical advisers and substantial
specialist equipment.

1995-98 Part-time 'E' Grade Staff Nurse in Accident and Emergency unit as below.
Duties included extending the role of the nurse in Accident and
Emergency with procedures such as IV drug administration,
venepuncture and X-Ray triage.

1995-97 Part-time 'G' Grade Research Nurse employed by Glasgow University
and based in the Department of Neurosurgery at the Southern General Hospital. Studies include looking at all hospitalised head-injured
patients admitted to Glasgow hospitals for a period of two years, and the effect of Apolipoprotein on outcome following head injury.

1987-95 'E' Grade Staff Nurse in a busy Accident and Emergency Department at the Western Infirmary, Glasgow. Treating a wide range of emergency
conditions, including trauma, medical and surgical emergencies. My duties include teaching junior nurses and regularly taking charge of the department. I also undertake a range of administrative duties, including ordering pharmacy and planning off-duty.

1986-87 Staff Nurse in busy Ophthalmic Ward at York District Hospital. My duties included taking charge of the ward on a regular basis, teaching students and meeting the specialised needs of Ophthalmic patients.

Royal College of Nursing
RCN Accident and Emergency Group
West of Scotland Intensive Care Group
Broadcasting Entertainment Cinematograph and Theatre Union
Scottish Head Injury Forum