Connecting students to healthcare careers, professionals to communities and communities to better health.
Connecting students to healthcare careers, professionals to communities and communities to better health.

Montana AHEC Course Series

Montana AHEC courses enable trustees and executive staff to establish a foundation of common knowledge about what is required to lead healthcare organizations in these complex times.

Montana AHEC provides the following levels of learning:

COURSE SERIES:

Certified Nursing Assistant, CNA December 2018

The non-credit Nursing Assistant curriculum will prepare students for careers in healthcare under the supervision of the licensed nurse. Students learn the basic entry-level nursing skills to work in the health care setting as a Certified Nursing Assistant. Curriculum includes providing or assisting in client care, bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, ambulation, transferring, feeding, and use of equipment, documenting, and reporting the general well-being of the client. Theory and clinical study will provide necessary information and skills needed in long-term, home care, and acute care settings to take the Montana Department of Health, State Competency Evaluation Examination, which is required for the Nursing Assistant State Registry. The State exam includes written as well as a clinical portion, Examples are available online at: www.hdmaster.com

I. Course Introduction and Expectations

About me!
Course Expectations

II. Week 1

Week 1 Overview
Week 1 Power Point Lecture

III. Week 2

Week 2 Overview
Week 2 Power Point Lecture

IV. Week 3

Week 3 Power Point
Week 3 Overview

V. Week 4

Week 4 Power Point
Week 4 Overview

VI. Week 5

Week 5 Overview
Week 5 Power Point

VII. Week 6

Week 6 Overview
Week 6 Power Point

VIII. Week 7

Week 7 Overview
Week 7 Power Point

IX. Week 8

Week 8 Overview

X. Skills Videos

Perform Beginning and Ending Steps for Skills - 5 Minutes
Hand Washing - 4 Minutes
Donning and Doffing Personal Protection Equipment (Gown and Glove) - 3 Minutes
Position Patient on Side - 5 Minutes
Transfers - Bed to Wheelchair Using Transfer Belt - 5 Minutes
Transfers from Bed to Wheelchair - Pivoting to Wheelchair - 6 Minutes
Ambulation Using Gait Belt - 5 Minutes
Measure and Record Weight of Ambulatory Resident - 3 Minutes
Bed Bath - 14 Minutes
Perineal Care - 10 Minutes
Foot Care - 6 Minutes
Mouth Care - 5 Minutes
Cleaning Dentures - 5 Minutes
Dressing Residents - 9 Minutes
Count and Record Radial Pulse - 3 Minutes
Count and Record Respirations - 3 Minutes
Measure and Record Blood Pressure - 7 Minutes
Feeding a Dependent Resident - 7 Minutes
Assists with Use of Bedpan - 9 Minutes
Measure and Record Urinary Output - 3 Minutes
Catheter Care for Female Resident - 6 Minutes
Apply One Knee-High Elastic Stocking - 4 Minutes
Passive Range of Motion Exercises - 11 Minutes
Contact us about enrollment

COURSE SERIES:

Certified Nursing Assistant, CNA February 2019

The non-credit Nursing Assistant curriculum will prepare students for careers in healthcare under the supervision of the licensed nurse. Students learn the basic entry-level nursing skills to work in the health care setting as a Certified Nursing Assistant. Curriculum includes providing or assisting in client care, bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, ambulation, transferring, feeding, and use of equipment, documenting, and reporting the general well-being of the client. Theory and clinical study will provide necessary information and skills needed in long-term, home care, and acute care settings to take the Montana Department of Health, State Competency Evaluation Examination, which is required for the Nursing Assistant State Registry. The State exam includes written as well as a clinical portion, Examples are available online at: www.hdmaster.com

I. Course Introduction and Expectations

About me!
Course Expectations

II. Week 1

Week 1 Overview
Week 1 Power Point Lecture

III. Week 2

Week 2 Overview
Week 2 Power Point Lecture

IV. Week 3

Week 3 Power Point
Week 3 Overview

V. Week 4

Week 4 Power Point
Week 4 Overview

VI. Week 5

Week 5 Overview
Week 5 Power Point

VII. Week 6

Week 6 Overview
Week 6 Power Point

VIII. Week 7

Week 7 Overview
Week 7 Power Point

IX. Week 8

Week 8 Overview

X. Skills Videos

Perform Beginning and Ending Steps for Skills - 5 Minutes
Hand Washing - 4 Minutes
Donning and Doffing Personal Protection Equipment (Gown and Glove) - 3 Minutes
Position Patient on Side - 5 Minutes
Transfers - Bed to Wheelchair Using Transfer Belt - 5 Minutes
Transfers from Bed to Wheelchair - Pivoting to Wheelchair - 6 Minutes
Ambulation Using Gait Belt - 5 Minutes
Measure and Record Weight of Ambulatory Resident - 3 Minutes
Bed Bath - 14 Minutes
Perineal Care - 10 Minutes
Foot Care - 6 Minutes
Mouth Care - 5 Minutes
Cleaning Dentures - 5 Minutes
Dressing Residents - 9 Minutes
Count and Record Radial Pulse - 3 Minutes
Count and Record Respirations - 3 Minutes
Measure and Record Blood Pressure - 7 Minutes
Feeding a Dependent Resident - 7 Minutes
Assists with Use of Bedpan - 9 Minutes
Measure and Record Urinary Output - 3 Minutes
Catheter Care for Female Resident - 6 Minutes
Apply One Knee-High Elastic Stocking - 4 Minutes
Passive Range of Motion Exercises - 11 Minutes
Contact us about enrollment

COURSE SERIES:

Certified Nursing Assistant, CNA January 2019

The non-credit Nursing Assistant curriculum will prepare students for careers in healthcare under the supervision of the licensed nurse. Students learn the basic entry-level nursing skills to work in the health care setting as a Certified Nursing Assistant. Curriculum includes providing or assisting in client care, bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, ambulation, transferring, feeding, and use of equipment, documenting, and reporting the general well-being of the client. Theory and clinical study will provide necessary information and skills needed in long-term, home care, and acute care settings to take the Montana Department of Health, State Competency Evaluation Examination, which is required for the Nursing Assistant State Registry. The State exam includes written as well as a clinical portion, Examples are available online at: www.hdmaster.com

I. Course Introduction and Expectations

About me!
Course Expectations

II. Week 1

Week 1 Overview
Week 1 Power Point Lecture

III. Week 2

Week 2 Overview
Week 2 Power Point Lecture

IV. Week 3

Week 3 Power Point
Week 3 Overview

V. Week 4

Week 4 Power Point
Week 4 Overview

VI. Week 5

Week 5 Overview
Week 5 Power Point

VII. Week 6

Week 6 Overview
Week 6 Power Point

VIII. Week 7

Week 7 Overview
Week 7 Power Point

IX. Week 8

Week 8 Overview

X. Skills Videos

Perform Beginning and Ending Steps for Skills - 5 Minutes
Hand Washing - 4 Minutes
Donning and Doffing Personal Protection Equipment (Gown and Glove) - 3 Minutes
Position Patient on Side - 5 Minutes
Transfers - Bed to Wheelchair Using Transfer Belt - 5 Minutes
Transfers from Bed to Wheelchair - Pivoting to Wheelchair - 6 Minutes
Ambulation Using Gait Belt - 5 Minutes
Measure and Record Weight of Ambulatory Resident - 3 Minutes
Bed Bath - 14 Minutes
Perineal Care - 10 Minutes
Foot Care - 6 Minutes
Mouth Care - 5 Minutes
Cleaning Dentures - 5 Minutes
Dressing Residents - 9 Minutes
Count and Record Radial Pulse - 3 Minutes
Count and Record Respirations - 3 Minutes
Measure and Record Blood Pressure - 7 Minutes
Feeding a Dependent Resident - 7 Minutes
Assists with Use of Bedpan - 9 Minutes
Measure and Record Urinary Output - 3 Minutes
Catheter Care for Female Resident - 6 Minutes
Apply One Knee-High Elastic Stocking - 4 Minutes
Passive Range of Motion Exercises - 11 Minutes
Contact us about enrollment

COURSE SERIES:

Certified Nursing Assistant, CNA July 2019

The non-credit Nursing Assistant curriculum will prepare students for careers in healthcare under the supervision of the licensed nurse. Students learn the basic entry-level nursing skills to work in the health care setting as a Certified Nursing Assistant. Curriculum includes providing or assisting in client care, bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, ambulation, transferring, feeding, and use of equipment, documenting, and reporting the general well-being of the client. Theory and clinical study will provide necessary information and skills needed in long-term, home care, and acute care settings to take the Montana Department of Health, State Competency Evaluation Examination, which is required for the Nursing Assistant State Registry. The State exam includes written as well as a clinical portion, Examples are available online at: www.hdmaster.com

I. Course Introduction and Expectations

About me!
Course Expectations

II. Week 1

Week 1 Overview
Week 1 Power Point Lecture

III. Week 2

Week 2 Overview
Week 2 Power Point Lecture

IV. Week 3

Week 3 Overview
Week 3 Power Point

V. Week 4

Week 4 Overview
Week 4 Power Point

VI. Week 5

Week 5 Overview
Week 5 Power Point

VII. Week 6

Week 6 Overview
Week 6 Power Point

VIII. Week 7

Week 7 Overview
Week 7 Power Point

IX. Week 8

Week 8 Overview

X. Skills Videos

Perform Beginning and Ending Steps for Skills - 5 Minutes
Hand Washing - 4 Minutes
Donning and Doffing Personal Protection Equipment (Gown and Glove) - 3 Minutes
Position Patient on Side - 5 Minutes
Transfers - Bed to Wheelchair Using Transfer Belt - 5 Minutes
Transfers from Bed to Wheelchair - Pivoting to Wheelchair - 6 Minutes
Ambulation Using Gait Belt - 5 Minutes
Measure and Record Weight of Ambulatory Resident - 3 Minutes
Bed Bath - 14 Minutes
Perineal Care - 10 Minutes
Foot Care - 6 Minutes
Mouth Care - 5 Minutes
Cleaning Dentures - 5 Minutes
Dressing Residents - 9 Minutes
Count and Record Radial Pulse - 3 Minutes
Count and Record Respirations - 3 Minutes
Measure and Record Blood Pressure - 7 Minutes
Feeding a Dependent Resident - 7 Minutes
Assists with Use of Bedpan - 9 Minutes
Measure and Record Urinary Output - 3 Minutes
Catheter Care for Female Resident - 6 Minutes
Apply One Knee-High Elastic Stocking - 4 Minutes
Passive Range of Motion Exercises - 11 Minutes
Contact us about enrollment

COURSE SERIES:

Certified Nursing Assistant, CNA June 2019

The non-credit Nursing Assistant curriculum will prepare students for careers in healthcare under the supervision of the licensed nurse. Students learn the basic entry-level nursing skills to work in the health care setting as a Certified Nursing Assistant. Curriculum includes providing or assisting in client care, bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, ambulation, transferring, feeding, and use of equipment, documenting, and reporting the general well-being of the client. Theory and clinical study will provide necessary information and skills needed in long-term, home care, and acute care settings to take the Montana Department of Health, State Competency Evaluation Examination, which is required for the Nursing Assistant State Registry. The State exam includes written as well as a clinical portion, Examples are available online at: www.hdmaster.com

I. Course Introduction and Expectations

About me!
Course Expectations

II. Week 1

Week 1 Overview
Week 1 Power Point Lecture

III. Week 2

Week 2 Overview
Week 2 Power Point Lecture

IV. Week 3

Week 3 Power Point
Week 3 Overview

V. Week 4

Week 4 Power Point
Week 4 Overview

VI. Week 5

Week 5 Overview
Week 5 Power Point

VII. Week 6

Week 6 Overview
Week 6 Power Point

VIII. Week 7

Week 7 Overview
Week 7 Power Point

IX. Week 8

Week 8 Overview

X. Skills Videos

Perform Beginning and Ending Steps for Skills - 5 Minutes
Hand Washing - 4 Minutes
Donning and Doffing Personal Protection Equipment (Gown and Glove) - 3 Minutes
Position Patient on Side - 5 Minutes
Transfers - Bed to Wheelchair Using Transfer Belt - 5 Minutes
Transfers from Bed to Wheelchair - Pivoting to Wheelchair - 6 Minutes
Ambulation Using Gait Belt - 5 Minutes
Measure and Record Weight of Ambulatory Resident - 3 Minutes
Bed Bath - 14 Minutes
Perineal Care - 10 Minutes
Foot Care - 6 Minutes
Mouth Care - 5 Minutes
Cleaning Dentures - 5 Minutes
Dressing Residents - 9 Minutes
Count and Record Radial Pulse - 3 Minutes
Count and Record Respirations - 3 Minutes
Measure and Record Blood Pressure - 7 Minutes
Feeding a Dependent Resident - 7 Minutes
Assists with Use of Bedpan - 9 Minutes
Measure and Record Urinary Output - 3 Minutes
Catheter Care for Female Resident - 6 Minutes
Apply One Knee-High Elastic Stocking - 4 Minutes
Passive Range of Motion Exercises - 11 Minutes
Contact us about enrollment

COURSE SERIES:

Certified Nursing Assistant, CNA March - April 2019

The non-credit Nursing Assistant curriculum will prepare students for careers in healthcare under the supervision of the licensed nurse. Students learn the basic entry-level nursing skills to work in the health care setting as a Certified Nursing Assistant. Curriculum includes providing or assisting in client care, bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, ambulation, transferring, feeding, and use of equipment, documenting, and reporting the general well-being of the client. Theory and clinical study will provide necessary information and skills needed in long-term, home care, and acute care settings to take the Montana Department of Health, State Competency Evaluation Examination, which is required for the Nursing Assistant State Registry. The State exam includes written as well as a clinical portion, Examples are available online at: www.hdmaster.com

I. Course Introduction and Expectations

About me!
Course Expectations

II. Week 1

Week 1 Overview
Week 1 Power Point Lecture

III. Week 2

Week 2 Overview
Week 2 Power Point Lecture

IV. Week 3

Week 3 Overview
Week 3 Power Point

V. Week 4

Week 4 Overview
Week 4 Power Point

VI. Week 5

Week 5 Overview
Week 5 Power Point

VII. Week 6

Week 6 Overview
Week 6 Power Point

VIII. Week 7

Week 7 Overview
Week 7 Power Point

IX. Week 8

Week 8 Overview

X. Skills Videos

Perform Beginning and Ending Steps for Skills - 5 Minutes
Hand Washing - 4 Minutes
Donning and Doffing Personal Protection Equipment (Gown and Glove) - 3 Minutes
Position Patient on Side - 5 Minutes
Transfers - Bed to Wheelchair Using Transfer Belt - 5 Minutes
Transfers from Bed to Wheelchair - Pivoting to Wheelchair - 6 Minutes
Ambulation Using Gait Belt - 5 Minutes
Measure and Record Weight of Ambulatory Resident - 3 Minutes
Bed Bath - 14 Minutes
Perineal Care - 10 Minutes
Foot Care - 6 Minutes
Mouth Care - 5 Minutes
Cleaning Dentures - 5 Minutes
Dressing Residents - 9 Minutes
Count and Record Radial Pulse - 3 Minutes
Count and Record Respirations - 3 Minutes
Measure and Record Blood Pressure - 7 Minutes
Feeding a Dependent Resident - 7 Minutes
Assists with Use of Bedpan - 9 Minutes
Measure and Record Urinary Output - 3 Minutes
Catheter Care for Female Resident - 6 Minutes
Apply One Knee-High Elastic Stocking - 4 Minutes
Passive Range of Motion Exercises - 11 Minutes
Contact us about enrollment

COURSE SERIES:

Certified Nursing Assistant, CNA May 2019

The non-credit Nursing Assistant curriculum will prepare students for careers in healthcare under the supervision of the licensed nurse. Students learn the basic entry-level nursing skills to work in the health care setting as a Certified Nursing Assistant. Curriculum includes providing or assisting in client care, bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, ambulation, transferring, feeding, and use of equipment, documenting, and reporting the general well-being of the client. Theory and clinical study will provide necessary information and skills needed in long-term, home care, and acute care settings to take the Montana Department of Health, State Competency Evaluation Examination, which is required for the Nursing Assistant State Registry. The State exam includes written as well as a clinical portion, Examples are available online at: www.hdmaster.com

I. Course Introduction and Expectations

About me!
Course Expectations

II. Week 1

Week 1 Overview
Week 1 Power Point Lecture

III. Week 2

Week 2 Overview
Week 2 Power Point Lecture

IV. Week 3

Week 3 Power Point
Week 3 Overview

V. Week 4

Week 4 Power Point
Week 4 Overview

VI. Week 5

Week 5 Overview
Week 5 Power Point

VII. Week 6

Week 6 Overview
Week 6 Power Point

VIII. Week 7

Week 7 Overview
Week 7 Power Point

IX. Week 8

Week 8 Overview

X. Skills Videos

Perform Beginning and Ending Steps for Skills - 5 Minutes
Hand Washing - 4 Minutes
Donning and Doffing Personal Protection Equipment (Gown and Glove) - 3 Minutes
Position Patient on Side - 5 Minutes
Transfers - Bed to Wheelchair Using Transfer Belt - 5 Minutes
Transfers from Bed to Wheelchair - Pivoting to Wheelchair - 6 Minutes
Ambulation Using Gait Belt - 5 Minutes
Measure and Record Weight of Ambulatory Resident - 3 Minutes
Bed Bath - 14 Minutes
Perineal Care - 10 Minutes
Foot Care - 6 Minutes
Mouth Care - 5 Minutes
Cleaning Dentures - 5 Minutes
Dressing Residents - 9 Minutes
Count and Record Radial Pulse - 3 Minutes
Count and Record Respirations - 3 Minutes
Measure and Record Blood Pressure - 7 Minutes
Feeding a Dependent Resident - 7 Minutes
Assists with Use of Bedpan - 9 Minutes
Measure and Record Urinary Output - 3 Minutes
Catheter Care for Female Resident - 6 Minutes
Apply One Knee-High Elastic Stocking - 4 Minutes
Passive Range of Motion Exercises - 11 Minutes
Contact us about enrollment

COURSE SERIES:

Certified Nursing Assistant, CNA November 2018

The non-credit Nursing Assistant curriculum will prepare students for careers in healthcare under the supervision of the licensed nurse. Students learn the basic entry-level nursing skills to work in the health care setting as a Certified Nursing Assistant. Curriculum includes providing or assisting in client care, bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, ambulation, transferring, feeding, and use of equipment, documenting, and reporting the general well-being of the client. Theory and clinical study will provide necessary information and skills needed in long-term, home care, and acute care settings to take the Montana Department of Health, State Competency Evaluation Examination, which is required for the Nursing Assistant State Registry. The State exam includes written as well as a clinical portion, Examples are available online at: www.hdmaster.com

I. Course Introduction and Expectations

About me!
Course Expectations

II. Week 1

Week 1 Overview
Week 1 Power Point Lecture

III. Week 2

Week 2 Overview
Week 2 Power Point Lecture

IV. Week 3

Week 3 Power Point
Week 3 Overview

V. Week 4

Week 4 Power Point
Week 4 Overview

VI. Week 5

Week 5 Overview
Week 5 Power Point

VII. Week 6

Week 6 Overview
Week 6 Power Point

VIII. Week 7

Week 7 Overview
Week 7 Power Point

IX. Week 8

Week 8 Overview

X. Skills Videos

Perform Beginning and Ending Steps for Skills - 5 Minutes
Hand Washing - 4 Minutes
Donning and Doffing Personal Protection Equipment (Gown and Glove) - 3 Minutes
Position Patient on Side - 5 Minutes
Transfers - Bed to Wheelchair Using Transfer Belt - 5 Minutes
Transfers from Bed to Wheelchair - Pivoting to Wheelchair - 6 Minutes
Ambulation Using Gait Belt - 5 Minutes
Measure and Record Weight of Ambulatory Resident - 3 Minutes
Bed Bath - 14 Minutes
Perineal Care - 10 Minutes
Foot Care - 6 Minutes
Mouth Care - 5 Minutes
Cleaning Dentures - 5 Minutes
Dressing Residents - 9 Minutes
Count and Record Radial Pulse - 3 Minutes
Count and Record Respirations - 3 Minutes
Measure and Record Blood Pressure - 7 Minutes
Feeding a Dependent Resident - 7 Minutes
Assists with Use of Bedpan - 9 Minutes
Measure and Record Urinary Output - 3 Minutes
Catheter Care for Female Resident - 6 Minutes
Apply One Knee-High Elastic Stocking - 4 Minutes
Passive Range of Motion Exercises - 11 Minutes
Contact us about enrollment

COURSE SERIES:

Certified Nursing Assistant, CNA September 2019

The non-credit Nursing Assistant curriculum will prepare students for careers in healthcare under the supervision of the licensed nurse. Students learn the basic entry-level nursing skills to work in the health care setting as a Certified Nursing Assistant. Curriculum includes providing or assisting in client care, bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, ambulation, transferring, feeding, and use of equipment, documenting, and reporting the general well-being of the client. Theory and clinical study will provide necessary information and skills needed in long-term, home care, and acute care settings to take the Montana Department of Health, State Competency Evaluation Examination, which is required for the Nursing Assistant State Registry. The State exam includes written as well as a clinical portion, Examples are available online at: www.hdmaster.com

I. Course Introduction and Expectations

About me!
Course Expectations

II. Week 1

Week 1 Overview
Week 1 Power Point Lecture

III. Week 2

Week 2 Overview
Week 2 Power Point Lecture

IV. Week 3

Week 3 Overview
Week 3 Power Point

V. Week 4

Week 4 Overview
Week 4 Power Point

VI. Week 5

Week 5 Overview
Week 5 Power Point

VII. Week 6

Week 6 Overview
Week 6 Power Point

VIII. Week 7

Week 7 Overview
Week 7 Power Point

IX. Week 8

Week 8 Overview

X. Skills Videos

Perform Beginning and Ending Steps for Skills - 5 Minutes
Hand Washing - 4 Minutes
Donning and Doffing Personal Protection Equipment (Gown and Glove) - 3 Minutes
Position Patient on Side - 5 Minutes
Transfers - Bed to Wheelchair Using Transfer Belt - 5 Minutes
Transfers from Bed to Wheelchair - Pivoting to Wheelchair - 6 Minutes
Ambulation Using Gait Belt - 5 Minutes
Measure and Record Weight of Ambulatory Resident - 3 Minutes
Bed Bath - 14 Minutes
Perineal Care - 10 Minutes
Foot Care - 6 Minutes
Mouth Care - 5 Minutes
Cleaning Dentures - 5 Minutes
Dressing Residents - 9 Minutes
Count and Record Radial Pulse - 3 Minutes
Count and Record Respirations - 3 Minutes
Measure and Record Blood Pressure - 7 Minutes
Feeding a Dependent Resident - 7 Minutes
Assists with Use of Bedpan - 9 Minutes
Measure and Record Urinary Output - 3 Minutes
Catheter Care for Female Resident - 6 Minutes
Apply One Knee-High Elastic Stocking - 4 Minutes
Passive Range of Motion Exercises - 11 Minutes
Contact us about enrollment

COURSE SERIES:

Certified Nursing Assistant, CNA, September 2018

The non-credit Nursing Assistant curriculum will prepare students for careers in healthcare under the supervision of the licensed nurse. Students learn the basic entry-level nursing skills to work in the health care setting as a Certified Nursing Assistant. Curriculum includes providing or assisting in client care, bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, ambulation, transferring, feeding, and use of equipment, documenting, and reporting the general well-being of the client. Theory and clinical study will provide necessary information and skills needed in long-term, home care, and acute care settings to take the Montana Department of Health, State Competency Evaluation Examination, which is required for the Nursing Assistant State Registry. The State exam includes written as well as a clinical portion, Examples are available online at: www.hdmaster.com

I. Course Introduction and Expectations

About me!
Course Expectations

II. Week 1

Week 1 Overview
Week 1 Power Point Lecture

III. Week 2

Week 2 Overview
Week 2 Power Point Lecture

IV. Week 3

Week 3 Overview
Week 3 Power Point

V. Week 4

Week 4 Overview
Week 4 Power Point

VI. Week 5

Week 5 Overview
Week 5 Power Point

VII. Week 6

Week 6 Overview
Week 6 Power Point

VIII. Week 7

Week 7 Overview
Week 7 Power Point

IX. Week 8

Week 8 Overview

X. Skills Videos

Perform Beginning and Ending Steps for Skills - 5 Minutes
Hand Washing - 4 Minutes
Donning and Doffing Personal Protection Equipment (Gown and Glove) - 3 Minutes
Position Patient on Side - 5 Minutes
Transfers - Bed to Wheelchair Using Transfer Belt - 5 Minutes
Transfers from Bed to Wheelchair - Pivoting to Wheelchair - 6 Minutes
Ambulation Using Gait Belt - 5 Minutes
Measure and Record Weight of Ambulatory Resident - 3 Minutes
Bed Bath - 14 Minutes
Perineal Care - 10 Minutes
Foot Care - 6 Minutes
Mouth Care - 5 Minutes
Cleaning Dentures - 5 Minutes
Dressing Residents - 9 Minutes
Count and Record Radial Pulse - 3 Minutes
Count and Record Respirations - 3 Minutes
Measure and Record Blood Pressure - 7 Minutes
Feeding a Dependent Resident - 7 Minutes
Assists with Use of Bedpan - 9 Minutes
Measure and Record Urinary Output - 3 Minutes
Catheter Care for Female Resident - 6 Minutes
Apply One Knee-High Elastic Stocking - 4 Minutes
Passive Range of Motion Exercises - 11 Minutes
Contact us about enrollment

COURSE SERIES:

Certified Nursing Assistant, October 2018

The non-credit Nursing Assistant curriculum will prepare students for careers in healthcare under the supervision of the licensed nurse. Students learn the basic entry-level nursing skills to work in the health care setting as a Certified Nursing Assistant. Curriculum includes providing or assisting in client care, bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, ambulation, transferring, feeding, and use of equipment, documenting, and reporting the general well-being of the client. Theory and clinical study will provide necessary information and skills needed in long-term, home care, and acute care settings to take the Montana Department of Health, State Competency Evaluation Examination, which is required for the Nursing Assistant State Registry. The State exam includes written as well as a clinical portion, Examples are available online at: www.hdmaster.com

I. Course Introduction and Expectations

About me!
Course Expectations

II. Week 1

Week 1 Overview
Week 1 Power Point Lecture

III. Week 2

Week 2 Overview
Week 2 Power Point Lecture

IV. Week 3

Week 3 Overview
Week 3 Power Point

V. Week 4

Week 4 Overview
Week 4 Power Point

VI. Week 5

Week 5 Overview
Week 5 Power Point

VII. Week 6

Week 6 Overview
Week 6 Power Point

VIII. Week 7

Week 7 Overview
Week 7 Power Point

IX. Week 8

Week 8 Overview

X. Skills Videos

Perform Beginning and Ending Steps for Skills - 5 Minutes
Hand Washing - 4 Minutes
Donning and Doffing Personal Protection Equipment (Gown and Glove) - 3 Minutes
Position Patient on Side - 5 Minutes
Transfers - Bed to Wheelchair Using Transfer Belt - 5 Minutes
Transfers from Bed to Wheelchair - Pivoting to Wheelchair - 6 Minutes
Ambulation Using Gait Belt - 5 Minutes
Measure and Record Weight of Ambulatory Resident - 3 Minutes
Bed Bath - 14 Minutes
Perineal Care - 10 Minutes
Foot Care - 6 Minutes
Mouth Care - 5 Minutes
Cleaning Dentures - 5 Minutes
Dressing Residents - 9 Minutes
Count and Record Radial Pulse - 3 Minutes
Count and Record Respirations - 3 Minutes
Measure and Record Blood Pressure - 7 Minutes
Feeding a Dependent Resident - 7 Minutes
Assists with Use of Bedpan - 9 Minutes
Measure and Record Urinary Output - 3 Minutes
Catheter Care for Female Resident - 6 Minutes
Apply One Knee-High Elastic Stocking - 4 Minutes
Passive Range of Motion Exercises - 11 Minutes
Contact us about enrollment

COURSE SERIES:

Restorative Aid

Certified Nurse Aides who have advanced knowledge and skills training in restorative care, work with and under licensed staff members of the restorative care team. Guided by these staff and a plan of care, they assist residents to independently perform activities of daily living (ADL), promote mobility through conditioning and range of motion (ROM), use adaptive equipment to aid in positioning and alignment, employ assisting devices to promote self reliance, monitor and document progress, and apply restoration principles when communicating and coaching with the goal of encouraging progression in resident independence and self reliance.

I. Disclosure

Creative Commons Disclosure

II. Overview

Overview
Module Entry Requirements
Module Learner Competencies
Module Outline
Module Information
Module Assessments
Restorative Care Medical Language
Restorative Care Glossary of Terms

III. Unit 1: Introduction to Restorative Care: Role and Responsibilities

Unit Description
Unit Objectives
Unit Content and Application Activities
Insight and Awareness
Unit Summary
Unit Assessment
Reflective Practice
Clinical Skills Procedures

IV. Unit 2 Restorative Care Philosophy and Principles: Meeting Needs, Communication, and Coaching

Unit Description
Unit Objectives
Unit Content and Application Activities
Insight and Awareness
Unit Summary
Unit Assessment
Reflective Practice
Clinical Skills Procedures

V. Unit 3 Review Unit : Body Systems, Aging, and Restorative Care

Unit Description
Unit Objectives
Unit Content and Application Activities
Insight and Awareness
Unit Summary
Unit Assessment
Reflective Practice
Clinical Skills Procedures

VI. Knowledge Assessment 1

Knowledge Assessment 1

VII. Unit 4 Review Unit : Safety and Quality in Restorative Care

Unit Description
Unit Objectives
Unit Content and Application Activities
Insight and Awareness
Unit Summary
Unit Assessment
Reflective Practice
Clinical Skills Procedures

VIII. Unit 5. Activities of Daily Living , Maintaining Skin Integrity , Relaxation , and Rest

Unit Description
Unit Objectives
Unit Content and Application Activity
Insight and Awareness
Unit Summary
Unit Assessment
Reflective Practice
Clinical Skills Procedures

IX. Unit 6. Eating, Feeding, and Toileting

Unit Description
Unit Objectives
Unit Content and Application Activities
Insight and Awareness
Unit Summary
Unit Assessment
Reflective Practice
Clinical Skills Procedures

X. Knowledge Assessment 2

Knowledge Assessment 2

XI. Unit 7. Balance, Positioning, Mobility, and Ambulation

Unit Description
Unit Objectives
Unit Content and Application Activities
Insight and Awareness
Unit Summary
Unit Assessment
Reflective Practice
Clinical Skills Procedures

XII. Unit 8. Strength, Conditioning, Range of Motion, and Self-Care

Unit Description
Unit Objectives
Unit Content and Application Activities
Insight and Awareness
Unit Summary
Unit Assessment
Reflective Practice
Clinical Skills Procedure

XIII. Closure Fundamentals of Restorative Care

Module Summary

XIV. Knowledge Assessment 3

Knowledge Assessment 3
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Rural Nurse Residency

The role of the rural nurse is complex; caring for patients across the age continuum with varying health conditions and often fulfilling the role of multiple healthcare professionals all while making split second decisions. The majority of academic preparation for nurses takes place in an urban setting.  The nurse graduate does not get a glimmer of practice in a rural setting with urban preparation. With the literature demonstrating the fact that nurse graduates are not fully prepared for the role of a professional nurse, how can we expect them to take on the challenge of a rural settingA Rural Nurse Residency Program could utilize the strength of a network of Critical Access Hospitals (CAHs) to supply the human resources for the program. Having a cohort through the Rural Nurse Residency Program, graduate nurses will experience a decreased sense of isolation.  Rural facility recruitment may not require the hiring of a nurse graduate yearly, through participation in a Rural Nurse Residency, a cohort of nurse graduates would have the benefit of participating in a larger group while being the only nurse graduate hired by their facility.

I. Month One-October 2018

Content
Surveys
Session Evaluation
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COURSE SERIES:

Success Skills Training for CNAs and Entry Level Workers

I. Success Skills Modules for CNAs and Entry Level Employees

Success Skills Video
Success Skills Quiz
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