This course is designed to provide childcare professionals with an overview of medication administration procedures in childcare facilities. Topics include common types of medications, care and storage of medication, requirements to administer medications, and how to prevent medication errors. Technical standards apply. Senior adult and disabled retiree tuition waivers apply. Transcript available.
Apply the knowledge and skills you learned in the theory and skills lab components of the Nurse Refresher Series in a 60-hour supervised clinical setting. Various locations may be used, and the instructor will schedule your assignment individually with a preceptor. Your experience will include the application of the nursing process, management of patient care, delegation, documentation, and medication administration. You will need a uniform, stethoscope, and a watch with a second hand. Documentation of the following information must be provided prior to the first day of class: a current Healthcare Provider CPR card; proof of immunization for measles, mumps, rubella, and varicella; a negative TB skin test or a negative chest x-ray; and current liability insurance. Concurrent enrollment in Nurse Refresher Theory, Nurse Refresher Skills Lab, or permission from the program coordinator required. Senior adult and disabled retiree tuition waivers apply. Transcript available.
Are you interested in practicing your clinical skills or learning about the latest patient care procedures in a skills lab? Join other registered and licensed practical nurses who are returning to the clinical setting. Explore current trends and patient care procedures including physical assessment, documentation, and medication administration. Skills kit provided. Concurrent enrollment in Nurse Refresher Theory, Nurse Refresher Clinical required. Senior adult and disabled retiree tuition waivers apply. Transcript available.
Are you an RN interested in maintaining or reactivating your license? This Nurse Refresher Series fulfills the Maryland Board of Nursing requirements for nurses returning to active practice. The curriculum consists of 80 hours of theory, 8 hours of skills lab, and 60 hours clinical training. This course is the theory component. Content includes assessment skills, medication update, medical equipment, clinical specialties, standard precautions, management of intravenous lines, legal issues, and documentation. You must register for and successfully complete the theory, skills lab, and clinical portions of this program to reactivate your Maryland nursing license. Must provide proof of a current, unencumbered active or inactive Maryland nursing license. Textbook available for purchase in the College Store. Concurrent enrollment in Nurse Refresher Skills Lab and Nurse Refresher Clinical required. Senior adult and disabled tuition waivers apply. Transcript available.
Practice skills learned in Nursing Assistant Theory. This clinical placement provides experience in area nursing homes under the supervision of a Registered Nurse. Perfect attendance is mandatory for all clinical sessions. Topics include the application of healthcare and disease theory in the clinical setting, infection control, environmental safety, performance of patient care skills, observation, reporting, and documentation. American Heart Association CPR for the Healthcare Provider; evidence of adequate immunization for rubella, chicken pox, and mumps; and proof of a current negative TB skin test or a negative chest x-ray reading required before admission to clinical. Physical requirements included the ability to lift, push, pull, etc. 50 pounds without restriction. Current enrollment in Nursing Assistant Theory required. Senior adult and disabled retiree tuition waivers apply. Transcript available.
8:00 AM - 11:15 AM
7:00 AM - 3:15 PM
Clinical dates are 10/1, 10/2, 10/15, 10/16, 10/29, 10/30,11/12, 11/13, 11/26, and 11/27. Must also register for 45277
This Maryland Board of Nursing (MBON) approved course prepares you to safely perform delegated nursing functions with clients of any age and various levels of physical, sensory, motor, and emotional ability. Topics include anatomy and physiology, growth and development, disease process, medical terminology, infection control, environmental safety, and patient care procedures. Those who successfully complete both the theory and clinical components of this program are eligible to apply for certification with the MBON, and to take the National Nurse Aide Assessment Program (NNAAP) examination. Perfect attendance is mandatory for all classes and clinical. Evidence of adequate immunization for rubella, chicken pox, and mumps, and proof of a current negative TB skin test or a negative chest x-ray reading required before admission to clinical. Physical requirements included the ability to lift, push, pull, etc. 50 pounds without restriction. Textbooks, available at the College Store, required for the first class. Before registration, make an appointment at the Test Center (443-412-2352) to complete the reading (ACR) and math (ACA) assessments. Corequisite: American Heart Association CPR for the Healthcare Provider. Concurrent enrollment in Nursing Assistant Clinical required. Students must be at least 18 years old and possess a high school diploma or GED. The MBON requires a federal and state criminal background check prior to certification. Senior adult and disabled retiree tuition waivers apply. Transcript available.
5:00 PM - 9:15 PM
Darlington Hall, Rm. 121
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