RNSG 1443/1360 – Complex Concepts of Adult Health (RRC)



Orientation

  • When: Monday, August 26, 2024 at 8 a.m.
  • Where: RRC Building 3000, Room 3337
  • What to bring: A copy of your clinical clearance slip, a signed copy of the release forms for the 1443 (theory) and 1360 (clinical) syllabi. Please bring your lab kits to all labs and wear scrubs.

Class Schedule

  • When: Tuesdays, 8 a.m. – noon
  • Where: RRC Building 3000, Room 3337
  • Calendar: RNSG 1443/1360 RRC (Google Calendar)

Skills Labs

  • When and where: First 3 Mondays of the semester at 8 a.m. – 12:40 p.m.
  • What to bring: Lab kit, IV notes, IV drug book, scrubs, and closed-toed shoes

Dosage Calculation Exam

  • When: Tuesday, August 27, 2024, 10 – 10:30 a.m.
  • Where: RRC Testing Center (Building 3000, Room 3334)
  • What to bring: You may use the calculator on the computer. You may not use your cell phone calculator.
  • You will be required to take a Dosage Calculation Exam as part of course orientation. You must pass this exam with a minimum of 90% before you are allowed to administer medications in the clinical setting.

Level Mastery Skills Check-off

  • When: Wednesday, September 4, 2024, 7:45 a.m. – 4 p.m.
  • Where: TBD (Lab)
  • What to have available:
    • Lab kit and drug book
    • The first comprehensive Mastery Skills Check-off will cover previously learned skills in Level 1. All students registered for Level 2 are required to be at the Mastery Skills Check-off.
    • You will be given a patient situation and must satisfactorily complete the assigned skills to continue in the course. You will be checked off on injections (IM or sub-q) and catheterization (male or female Foley).
  • The ACC guidelines for skills can be found in the ACC Nursing Skills Performance Mastery Checklists.
  • To see the Nursing Skills Lab schedule, click here.

Clinical Schedule

The clinical groups, sites, times and days have not yet been finalized. Clinical assignments will be posted to Blackboard by the first week of the semester. Your clinical instructor will contact you with additional information regarding your clinical medical/surgical rotation, so check your ACC e-mail account often.


Clinical placements are assigned and not subject to change.

Contact

If you have any questions, please email Professor Sheeba Abraham at [email protected].

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