Mobility Level 2: RNSG 1542/1463

RNSG 1542: Theory

  • When: Begins January 21, 2020, Mondays 8 – 11:30 a.m. and Tuesdays 8 – 10:30 a.m.
  • Where: EVC Room 8123
  • Calendar: Calendar and module schedule posted in Blackboard.
  • Dosage Calculation Exam:  You will be required to take a Dosage Calculation Exam. Review your dosage calculations! You will have three attempts to pass. You must pass the Dosage Calculation Exam to proceed in the program.

RNSG 1463: Clinical

  • Required Texts: To see the current list, click here.
  • Mastery Skills Check-off: Comprehensive Mastery Skills Check-off is during the first week of class. Check-offs will include previously learned skills including: Injections (IM, sub-q, intradermal); urinary catheterization; IV medication (IV push, hanging piggyback, calculating infusion rate in mL/hr); Tracheostomy suction and care; Central Line dressing and cap change; Enteral tube insertion, medication/feeding administration, and removal. A patient situation will be given, and you will need to determine which skills to perform and complete the skills satisfactorily. You will have three attempts to pass Mastery Skills Check-off. You must pass the check-off to proceed in the program.
  • Clinical Rotation Schedule: You will attend two, 8-hour clinical shifts each week throughout the entire semester. Clinical begins the first week of class. You will attend clinical orientation prior to the first day of clinical, as indicated per your clinical instructor’s instruction. Clinical rotation schedules can be found in Blackboard in RNSG 1542 under the clinical tab RNSG 1463. Clinical days vary and can be Wednesday, Thursday, Friday or Saturdays. Both day and evening shifts may be required.
  • Medical Surgical Rotation (2 days per week): At Ascension Seton Medical Center Austin and St. David’s Medical Center.
  • Skills Lab: Please consult the EVC or RRC open lab schedule to practice skills prior to the Mastery Skills Check-off.
  • Notes: All students must present an ADN Clinical Clearance ticket on the first day of class. Failure to do so will result in withdrawal from the program. If you have any questions, please contact Ann Hearn, RNC, Level Lead, at

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