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  • NA100

    Nurse Aide Course

    2015 Professional Development

  • NA100 Nurse Aide Course 2

    2015 Clarkson College Syllabus material may not be reproduced without written permission from Clarkson College.

    Clarkson College Mission Statement

    Preparing students to professionally provide high quality, ethical and compassionate health care services.

    Notice of Non-Discrimination

    Clarkson College complies with all applicable federal, state, and local laws relating to discrimination and does not discriminate on the basis race, color, religion, ancestry, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, age, national origin, ethnicity, sex, veterans status or marital status in the administration of its educational programs and policies, financial aid, activities or other school administered programs.

    The following position coordinates compliance with regulations in the implementation of Title IX, Section 504 and the Age Act.

    Clarkson College 101 South 42 St. Omaha, NE 68131-2739 PH 402 552 3100 TF 800 647 5500 ClarksonCollege.edu

    http://www.clarksoncollege.edu/

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    Department Contact Information

    Judi Dunn MS, CPP, RN-BC Director, Professional Development [email protected] PH 402 552 6123 TF 800 647 5500, ext. 6123 FX 402 552 3622

    Liz Svatos Assistant Director, Professional Development [email protected] PH 402 552 3038 TF 800 647 5500, ext. 3038 FX 402 552 3622 Chris Mason Administrative Assistant, Professional Development [email protected] PH 402 552 6148 TF 800 647 5500, ext. 6148 FX 402 552 3622

    Kori Pulcifer Representative, Professional Development [email protected] PH 402 552 2311 TF 800 647 5500, ext. 2311 FX 402 552 3622

    Pam McDonald-Jones Office Assistant, Professional Development [email protected] PH 402 552 3396 TF 800 647 5500, ext. 3396 FX 402 552 3622

    OFFICE LOCATION Clarkson College lower level, Professional Development Offices OFFICE HOURS Monday through Friday, 8:00 am 4:30 pm MAILING ADDRESS 101 S. 42ND St., Omaha NE 68131 Professional Development Office entrance is located facing the intersection of 42nd Street and Douglas Street. Customer entrance can be found under the blue Clarkson College canopy.

    VISITOR PARKING

    Visitor parking is available Monday through Friday, 9:00 am 3:30 pm along the east-side of the Family Place Day Care playground fence. At other times, please call for best available parking (402 552 6148)

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    Instructor Contact Information

    Florence Brown MPA, BSN, RN [email protected]

    Cynthia Cummins RN [email protected] Lori DelCore MSN, RN [email protected]

    Mary Dunn RN [email protected]

    Melanie Ferguson BSN, RN [email protected] Mary Foley BSN, RN [email protected] Rogene Gilliland RN [email protected]

    Roberta Haman BSN, RN [email protected]

    Julie Jansen BSN, RN [email protected]

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  • NA100 Nurse Aide Course 5

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    Course Description

    The Clarkson College Nurse Aide course offers training for the non-licensed individual to provide safe, effective and caring services to patients, residents, and clients in a variety of health care settings. This is a rigorous, and challenging short-term course. It will provide classroom instruction, practice of clinical skills in the classroom lab setting and in an actual clinical facility. Students will learn about being a contributing member of the health care team, communication and interpersonal skills, infection control techniques, providing personal care, and assisting a client with restoration and or rehabilitation.

    Clinical opportunities will be provided within the course schedule at area medical facilities. Time of clinical sessions may differ from the classroom sessions. Students are provided a complete schedule of dates and times at registration.

    This is a non-credit Professional Development course. College credit is not provided.

    The Clarkson College Nurse Aide Course is approved by the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services and meets all requirements set forth by the State of Nebraska for nurse aide training.

    Prerequisites

    Individual must be 16 years of age.

    Able to speak, read, write and understand English.

    Students need to be in good health and be able to lift 50 pounds throughout the entire class and clinical sessions.

    Anyone with an open court case should not register until that case is resolved. This does include misdemeanor traffic citations or anything requiring a court appearance.

    Persons with a criminal record, substance abuse problems or health problems that would interfere with safe practices may be ineligible for placement on the state registry and/or for employment.

    At the first class session, applicants will need to provide proof of current (within 12 months of clinical) PPD (Mantoux TB skin test).

    Written proof of one of the following is required (a copy is acceptable student should keep original test results for their personal records).

    o Current within one year of clinical session dates non-reactive (negative) PPD (skin test) OR o Negative chest x-ray (to be used if PPD has ever been positive) OR o Absence of symptoms of TB, if prior history of reactive (positive) PPD and negative chest x-ray or

    if individual has received the BCG vaccine in the past. Must be validated by healthcare provider written statement.

    Required Text

    Hartmans Nursing Assistant Care: The Basics, 3rd edition Textbook is provided at first class session and is included in course tuition. Text is subject to change.

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    Required Equipment and Uniform

    Students are responsible for providing the following for classroom and clinical sessions:

    Basic supplies such as paper, pen and pencils.

    Watch with a second hand (not digital).

    Appropriate casual clothes may be worn to class sessions.

    Navy blue scrubs, tops and bottoms, are required for clinical sessions and state examinations. No logos, school or facility designations. Detailed information about the uniform requirements and policies will be provided at registration.

    Clean, neutral colored, comfortable shoes. No Crocs allowed

    Artificial fingernails, exposed body piercings and visible tattoos are not allowed at clinical sessions.

    Additional clinical dress code requirements will be provided.

    Course Objectives

    Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

    1. Outline basic physical, emotional and psychosocial aspects of an elderly client. 2. Demonstrate caring, supportive and safe care of clients. 3. Define the scope of practice of a nurse aide and how they are an important part of the health care

    team. 4. Practice non-specialized tasks (basic nurse aide skills) related to the personal care and comfort of

    residents, including activities of daily living. 5. Demonstrate effective, professional communication with faculty, clients and health care team

    members.

    Clinical Objectives

    Upon completion of the clinical sessions, the student will be able to:

    1. Work cooperatively with other nursing and health care professionals. 2. Follow facility procedures related to student/nurse aide scope of practice. 3. Convey respect for staff, patients, fellow students and instructor(s). 4. Preserve, and protect clients autonomy, dignity and rights. 5. Maintain appropriate confidentiality. 6. Take the initiative to seek out learning experiences. 7. Be self-directed in utilizing time and setting priorities. 8. Proficiently perform basic nurse aide skills working with residents in a health care environment.

    Teaching Strategies

    It is the facultys responsibility to provide a structure and framework for learning and to give guidance and direction to all learning experiences. Each student is responsible for his/her own learning. Using a variety of

  • NA100 Nurse Aide Course 7

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    strategies in the classroom and during the clinical experience, the faculty aims to facilitate the students learning activities that are directed to meet the course outcomes. However, learning is ultimately the responsibility of the student and active participation is expected.

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