The School of Nursing is happy to be offering four focused practice lab sessions for second-year students in the Traditional BSN program (i.e., May 2018 graduates). These labs are in response to requests from students for more practice time in the Center for Technology-Enhanced Nursing (CTEN) prior to graduation and the NCLEX. A total of four one-hour labs will be schedule in April, as follows:
- Wednesday, April 4, 8-9am, CTEN 2183/2187 (Topics: trach suctioning and IV fluids)
- Wednesday, April 4, 9:10-10:10am, CTEN 2183/2187 (Topics: trach suctioning and IV fluids)
- Wednesday, April 18, 8-9am, CTEN 2183/2187 (Topics: urinary catheter and bladder protocol)
- Wednesday, April 18, 9:10-10:10am, CTEN 2183/2187 (Topics: urinary catheter and bladder protocol)
Given limited sessions and lab slots, students are invited to sign up for only one session. Sessions will be filled on a first come, first served basis. There are not enough slots for all students so please only sign up if you are fully committed to attending. Each session will be led by 2-3 members of the faculty and will include both classroom-based topic review and hands-on practice opportunities.
Thanks to Professors Paula Jarzemsky, Cassie Voge, and Moira Cattapan for supporting these lab sessions, Undergraduate Program Committee student representatives Rebecca Kish and Emma Nieting for emphasizing the need, the staff in CTEN for facilitating the labs, and Undergraduate Program Director Dr. Karen Solheim supporting the initiative.
Lab Session Sign-Up Form: https://sonat.as.me/?appointmentType=5982858
If you have any questions on these lab sessions, please contact Assistant Dean Karen Mittelstadt at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This post was authored by Karen Mittelstadt on 03/18/2018.