Victoria E Marshall

Instructor - Adj Clin CON

Visiting Instructor of Clinical

Procter Hall


Professional Summary

Graduated with BA Biology and BA Psychology from St Louis University in 2004. Graduated with BSN Accelerated Program from University of Cincinnati in 2006. Completed MSN Nurse Anesthesia from University of Cincinnati in 2010. Employed as a CRNA at UC/UCP since March 2011. Served as clinincal instructor since 2011. Served as a member of a capstone project in 2015. Member of the CRNA PTO committee.


MSN: University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH, 2010 (Nurse Anesthesia)

BSN: University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH, 2006 (Nursing)

BA: Saint Louis University St. Louis, MO, 2004 (Biology, Psychology)


American Association of Nurse Anesthetists (Certification Date: 02-22-2011 ) - (Recertification Date: to 08-01-2021 )

Clinical Interests

Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist

Positions and Work Experience

03-2011 -To Present Nurse Anesthetist, Perform and document pre-anesthetic assessment and evaluation. Request consultations and diagnostic studies as needed. Select, obtain, and administer pre-anesthetic medications and fluids. Develop and implement anesthetic plan. Select and initiate planned anesthetic technique: general, regional, local anesthesia, and intravenous sedation. Select, obtain, and administer anesthetics, adjuvant drugs, accessory drugs, and fluids necessary to manage anesthetic in order to maintain physiologic homeostasis, and to correct abnormal responses to the anesthesia and/or surgery. Select, apply, and insert appropriate non-invasive and invasive monitoring modalities for collecting and interpreting patient physiological data. Manage airway and pulmonary status using endotracheal intubation, mechanical ventilation, pharmacological support, respiratory therapy, and/or extubation. Consider and implement utilization of alternative airway techniques as appropriate. Manage emergence and recovery from anesthesia in order to maintain homeostasis, to provide relief from pain and anesthesia side effects, and/or prevent and manage complications. Respond to emergency situations by providing airway management, administration of emergency fluids or drugs, or using basic or advanced cardiac life support techniques. Teach CRNA didactic and clinical courses as needed. Participate in program, department, and college of nursing committees as needed., University of Cincinnati Physicians & University of Cincinnati,

03-2008 -01-2011 Nurse Coordinator, Served as nurse coordinator for phase I-II clinical trials for drug, biologic, and medical devices in multiple therapeutic specialties. Ensured that clinical activities were conducted in accordance with protocol, signed contracts, and within acceptable clinical safety standards. Performed diagnostic procedures (vital signs, IV insertion, venipuctures, lab test, EKGs) as appropriate. Maintained accurate documentation., Medpace, Inc.,

08-2006 -08-2008 RN, Cardiovascular ICU, Assessed patient’s health status, collected and documented data to charts, analyzed collected data, determined and implemented plan of care, evaluated patient progress, served as patient advocate. Took leadership role. Served as charge nurse, hospital council representative, and unit council chair member. Precepted student and new nurses within one month of hire to unit. Continued to seek out new and challenging learning opportunities. Results: • 2007 Recipient of RITE Award for excellence in patient service. • 2008 Recipient of Daisy Award for extraordinary nursing. • Oriented to Charge Nurse duties in 16-bed unit. • Completed Intra Aortic Balloon Pump (IABP), Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy (CRRT), and Orientation to Charge Nurse Training Courses. • CVICU Staff Educator Assistant. • Performance Improvement Council Representative. • Unit Council Chair Member. • Safety Initiatives Taskforce Member. • CareVue Super-User. • Critical Care Internship Guest Instructor. • Preceptor to nursing school students and newly-hired nurses. • Developed audit forms for collecting data related to SCIP and JCAHO initiatives. • Developed and submitted yearly study plans for CVICU studies, collected and tabulated unit data, submitted data for hospital review, tracked month-to-month trends, designed action plans when applicable, educated staff when needed, compiled yearly data for submission to hospital wide council. Presented findings at Performance Improvement Council. Attended monthly meetings of hospital and unit councils. Reported developments and findings of Performance Improvement Council to Unit Council members. Recorded minutes of unit meeting for distribution to CVICU RNs. , The Christ Hospital,

06-2005 -06-2006 Graduate Assistant, University of Cincinnati/ The Health Alliance,

08-2003 -01-2004 Organic Chemistry Laboratory Preparation Assistant, Chemistry Department, Saint Louis University, St. Louis, MO

06-2003 - Internship, University of Wisconsin Hospital, Madison, Wisconsin

10-2001 -08-2002 Independent Researcher, Department of Physiology and Biophysics, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, Cleveland, Ohio

08-2001 -12-2001 Client-Patient Visitor, Metropolitan Psychiatric Center, St. Louis, MO

01-2001 -05-2001 COVE Internship, Vencor Hospital, St. Louis, MO

Honors and Awards

2008 -2008 Daisy Award A recognition award for extraordinary nursing care. Nominated by a patient and fellow ICU RN. Status:Recipient Level:National Type:Recognition

Student Advising

Chris Simon, Joe Sevier (Master ) Advisor Status:Completed 2015


UCP Anesthesia (PTO Committee ) Committee Member Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 2013 -BAD DATE

Professional Affiliation

2006 -To Present: Sigma Theta Tau International, nursing honor society

2005: Graduate Assistantship Scholarship, University of Cincinnati

2004: National Dean’s List and Saint Louis University Dean’s List

2003 -To Present: Golden Key National Honour Society

2002 -To Present: Alpha Epsilon Delta, pre-med national honor society

2002 -To Present: si Chi, psychology national honor society -First place for poster presentation at Saint Louis University Psychology Capstone Symposium, 2004

2002 -To Present: Alpha Phi Omega, national co-ed service fraternity -Family head, 2002

2002: Recipient of Joseph Silber Fellowship Program Grant from American Cancer Society

2008 -To Present: American Association of Nurse Anesthetists

2006 -To Present: American Association of Critical Care Nurses -Member of Workshop Committee for Greater Cincinnati Chapter. 2008 Trends Conference Co-Chair

2004 -To Present: Mount Notre Dame High School Alumni Association member

2004: American Cancer Society -Team Captain, Saint Louis, MO Relay for Life

2003: American Cancer Society -Chairperson, Sharonville, OH Relay for Life

Contact Information

Practice - University of Cincinnati Medical Center
234 Goodman Street
Cincinnati  Ohio, 45219