Welcome to Nurs 190 FUNDAMENTALS LAB/CLINICAL Fall 2010; There is a lot to learn.
I will update the Quia page on Fridays by 2000, I will change the background color to let you know I changed the content.
Added link to Respiratory acidosis and respiratory alkalosis
Change the Delmar Assingment Required
Replaced the clinical contract
VA Privacy and Information Security Awareness and Rules of Behavior
There are drop down choices in the registration section (below are the answers)
Healthcare trainee paid or not paid (intern, fellow, WON worker with out compinsation)
Location code PUG(VA Puget Sound…)
All other health professions
Practical/Vocational nursing (cert/assoc)
Va point of contact (all Caps) CHARMINE, ANDERSON
Email address: CHARMINE.ANDERSON@VA.GOV
Delmarlearning.com learning code: LCRTNURS2010
VA SHOT CLINIC MEDICATION LIST:
VA IV MED LIST:
VA IV lines used:
11 pages of reading material for VA IV
Basic-Physical-Assessment (it is best to save to desktop then open and print)
Open the 2 links below, print read and sign this form and turn it in to me by Friday of the 1st week.
At this time I want you to get registered on the VA system and do the 2 certificates (Cyber Security , and Patient Privacy (HIPPA)). Print the 2 certificates to bring to the VA during VA orientation. The Link to the VA moduals is in the link section at the bottom of the page it is the 1st link. Wright your registration username and password and keep it in a safe place until you graduate from the program!!
You will be creating an ATI Account, A Quia Account and a Delmar Account; it is important that you write down the usernames and passwords and keep them in a safe place until you graduate from the program!! You will need this information throughout the program!!!!
This is the address to the Allied Health Student Association web page, there is a direct link in the link section of this page. You are incouraged to join this web page and use it as a communication site for fellow students (acitve, and allumni) there is some itresting sites for you to see on this page (surgerys, A & P, photos of students, music and more.
Look over the CPR ppt link below by the 1st lab class: (this has change)
Bellow is a link of some of the MARs that we will use in lab to learn to pass medication. You should start to learn a little about the medications, print them and then use your DRUG GUIDE HANDBOOK and write the page # of the drug, the classification, the controlled substance schedule (if applicable), the pregnancy risk catigory. Wrire out some of the most important information about the medication i.e. the reason taken, pecautions, nursing considerations, interactions, contraindications, and if applicable lab values that need to be monitered, and assessment data needed such as; pulse, blood presure, ect.. This is a way to start to learn how to use the DRUG GUIDE HANDBOOK and we will start working with the medications in a week or two (or sooner). JUST get a start on this and continue to builled on the data collection.
The Delmar learning tool is a computer based educational tool that students will access throughout the program. The student will setup a code to access the Delmar system and will use this code throughout the length of the program. It is the student’s responsibility to access the Delmar tool and complete the assignments required to prepare for the lab activities. The student will watch the video and/or read the information on the topic, after this the student will take the knowledge assessment (quiz), print the results of the quiz, and submit the results to the instructor. If the student is scoring under 80 % then the student will redo the exercise and retest their knowledge with the quiz. The student will submit the results of all Delmar assignments on the due date with a score of 80% or above in order of assigmnet.
WEEK #1 (of the quarter), DAY #1: Due from Delmar; Setup an account and start on the assessments.
WEEK #1 (of the quarter), DAY #2: Due from Delmar; Under PHYSICAL ASSESSMENT: TAKING A TEMPERATURE; TAKING A PULSE; COUNTING RESPIRATIONS; TAKING BLOOD PRESSURE; MEASURING INTAKE AND OUTPUT;
WEEK #2 (of the quarter), DAY #1: Due from Delmar; Under SAFETY AND INFECTION CONTROL: PROPER BODY MECHANICS, SAFE LIFTING, AND TRANSFERING; ASSISTING WITH AMBULATION AND SAFE FALLING; HANDWASHING; REMOVING CONTAMINATED ITEMES
WEEK #2 (of the quarter), DAY #2: Due from Delmar; Under BASIC CARE: CHANGING LINENS IN AN UNOCCUPIED BED; CHANGING LINENS IN AN OCCUPIED BED; TURNING AND POSITIONING A CLIENT; MOVING A CLIENT UP IN BED; ASSISTING WITH A BEDPAN OR URINAL; BATHING A CLIENT IN BED; ORAL CARE; PERINEAL AND GENITAL CARE; EYE CARE; ASSISTING FROM BED TO STRETCHER; ASSISTING FROM BED TO WHEELCHAIR, COMMODE, OR CHAIR; ASSISTING FROM BED TO WALKING; USING A HYDRAULIC LIFT; ADMINISTERING PASSIVE RANGE OF MOTION (ROM) EXERCISES
WEEK #2 (of the quarter), DAY #2: No Delmar Due
WEEK #3 No Delmar Due
WEEK #3 No Delmar Due
WEEK #3 DAY #3: No New Demlar
WEEK #4 (of the quarter), DAY #1: Due from Delmar; Under SAFETY AND INFECTION CONTROL: DONNING AND REMOVING CLEAN AND CONTAMINATED GLOVES, CAP, AND MASK; Under OXYGENATION: ASSISTING A CLIENT WITH CONTROLLED COUGHING AND DEEP BREATHING; ASSISTING A CLIENT WITH AN INCENTIVE SPIROMETER; ADMINISTERING PULSE OXIMETRY
WEEK #4 (of the quarter), DAY #2: Due from Delmar; Under IMMOBILIZATION AND SUPPORT: APPLYING ANTIEMBOLIC STOCKINGS; APPLYING A PNEUMATIC COMPRESSION DEVICE
WEEK #4 (of the quarter), DAY #3: No New Demlar
WEEK #5 (of the quarter), DAY #1: No New Demlar
WEEK #5 No Delmar Due
WEEK #5 (of the quarter), DAY #3: No New Demlar
WEEK #6 No Delmar Due
WEEK #6 No Delmar Due
WEEK #6 (of the quarter), DAY #3: No New Demlar
WEEK #7 No Delmar Due
WEEK #7 (of the quarter), DAY #2: Due from Delmar; Under NUTRITION AND ELIMINATION: ROUTINE CATHETER CARE
WEEK #8 (of the quarter), DAY #1: No New Demlar
WEEK #8 (of the quarter), DAY #2: No New Demlar
WEEK #9 (of the quarter), DAY #1: No New Demlar
WEEK #10 (of the quarter), DAY #1: No New Demlar
WEEK #11 (of the quarter), DAY #1: Any Delmar not turned in to date
WEEK #12 (of the quarter), No New Demlar
WEEK #13 (of the quarter), NO Delmar
Below you will find links to various forms that will be helpful for lab/clinical. Each clinical instructor will conduct clinical differently, so not all of you will need all the forms.
You must print this link below; (Student-Clinical-Contract) read and sign then turn it in to me before you can go to clinical!!!!
Daily Clinical Sheet
Lab Sheet with Normals
Example journal JQ_VA_JUNE-1-2007
Example Journal JQ_VA_JUNE-7-2007
Medication sheet 03
The Basic Physical Assessment handout is a large file.
Basic Physical Assessment Handout
VA SCI Autonomic Dysreflexia
Directions to Clinical Sites below:
I have put a Veterinary Breath and Heart sounds link although it may be good to hear the sounds it is not the same as in human. Listen to this site and the other human breath sound site I had put on the lab Quia page to hear the difference.
This link below; is to help get ready to get loged on to the VA computer system; You have to save this to your desktop to view it write out the code you are going to use and bring them with to the VA computer orientation!!!!!.
final student va code cd.ppt 07