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                    Health Science Programs




Information Session
Tues. June 11 • 4—6 pm
RVCC Conference Center
   118 Lamington Road
   Branchburg, NJ 08876
    See page 9 for details

                     Health Science Education Department
                             www.raritanval.edu/healthscience
INTERESTED IN PURSUING A                          C AR E E R
                                                  CAREER IN HEALTHCARE ?
Raritan Valley Community College is your pathway to success.
Small class sizes, accomplished faculty, innovative teaching.
Allied Health: According to the U.S. Bureau of labor statistics,
in recent years the demand for healthcare professionals has rapidly increased,
especially in the State of New Jersey. There are tremendous shortages of trained
healthcare professionals. As a result, Allied Health disciplines are among the
fastest growing occupations. Our courses prepare students for employment
opportunities in a variety of areas. Classes are offered year-round, days, eve-
nings and weekends. Classes can also be customized to fit the needs of your
organization or company.
GRANT OPPORTUNITIES: Training money may be available for prospective
students who are currently unemployed. Please contact your local Employment
Services office for more information on the training grant process and availability.

    For more information, please visit:
          www.raritanval.edu/healthscience
          or
          http://www.raritanval.edu/cce

    To register online:
          http://www.raritanval.edu/cce

    For registration and scheduling questions:
          908-526-1200 ext. 8235
          RUTH BEATTY, Administrative Assistant, Noncredit
          908-526-1200 ext. 8626
          BETTY BEEDE, Administrative Assistant, Allied Health

    Program questions:
          kmichell@raritanval.edu
          908-526-1200 ext. 8629
          KATHLEEN MICHELL, M.A., Coordinator of Allied Health
          Health Science Education Department
          PATRICE CASE, MSN, RN, BC, CNE, Chairperson
          Health Science Education Department

     Refund Policy Allied Health Noncredit courses:
     If a student choses to withdraw from an Allied Health noncredit course, they will be given a full refund,
     minus registration fees, up until the second scheduled course. Students will have until end of business day
     on the Monday following the second scheduled course to request a refund. Any materials included in the
     cost of the class, must be returned upon deregistration, or no refund will be issued. No refunds are given
     for the fees associated with criminal background checks, drug testing, liability insurance, uniforms, and/or
     health maintenance requirements.
                             Spring 2013 Allied Health
HLTH-102 Certified Nurse Aide (CNA)                                4 credits
This course is approved by The New Jersey State Department of Health and Senior
Services, which will prepare you for the NJ State competency evaluation and CNA licensure
exam. Certification allows you to work at long-term care facilities and other health care
organizations. This course includes classroom lecture, nursing lab experience, and clinical
practice at a long-term care facility. Instructions and forms will be sent to your home
address upon registering.
Instructor: Constance Archibald, RN
CRN 24087                 Sect. 51                     RVCC@Bridgewater
       Mon/Wed            Jan 23 – May 8               5:30-9:45pm
CRN 24824                 Sect. 01                     RVCC@Bridgewater
       Tues/Thurs         Jan 22 – May 7               8:45am-1:00pm
CRN 31591                 Sect. 51                     RVCC@Bridgewater
       Mon/Wed/Thurs Jun 10 – Aug 15                   5:30-9:45pm

HP111 CPR/AED Cert- Amer Heart Assoc
This course is designed for individuals that are being trained to assume responsibility for
delivering health care and ensuring public safety. This course prepares you for the Ameri-
can Heart Saver CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer certification. This is a two year cer-
tification.
Instructor: James Foran
CRN 60518 Sect. 51 1 session Wed Feb 13                6:00 -10:00pm RVCC@Bridgewater
CRN 60519 Sect. 52 1 session Wed March 20 6:00 -10:00pm RVCC@Bridgewater
CRN 60520 Sect. 53 1 session Wed April 17              6:00 -10:00pm RVCC@Bridgewater
CRN 60521 Sect. 54 1 session Wed May 15                6:00 -10:00pm RVCC@Bridgewater
CRN 60539 Sect. 55 1 session Wed July 17               6:00 -10:00pm RVCC@Bridgewater
Course fee: $87 ($55 Tuition, plus fees)

HP114 Home-Maker Home Health Aide 10-hour Module
This course is approved by The New Jersey Board of Nursing which works in conjunction
with the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services Certified Nurse Aide
Licensure. Students who have already been certified as a Nurse Aide are able to sit for 10
hours of the Home-Maker Home Health Aide Module V for dual certification. The course
allows you to sit for the NJ Board of Nursing competency evaluation for HHHA licensure
exam. Prerequisites: Students must provide a copy of current Certified Nurse Aide licensure
in the State of New Jersey.
Instructor: Becky Matlack, RN
CRN 60522             Sect. 01       3 sessions          RVCC@Bridgewater
Tues, Wed, Thurs March 5, 6, 7 9:00am-12:30pm
Course fee: $145 ($105 tuition, plus fees)

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HP116 Tourette Syndrome: Red Flags: Recognizing Early Warning Signs
This workshop, geared primarily towards early childhood and elementary educators, discuss-
es the possible “Red Flags” that educators and parents might look for in a child with Tourette
Syndrome, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Obsessive-Compulsive Disor-
der (OCD), and other comorbid disorders.
Instructor: TBA
CRN 60523 Sect. 01                    1 session           RVCC@Bridgewater
Thurs            Apr 18               6:00pm-9:00pm
Course fee: $40 (tuition, plus fees)

HP 117 Yoga Instructor Certification
Upon successful completion of this course you will be certified to teach Adult Beginner
Classic Hatha Yoga. Experience professional development, personal transformation, and
increase your marketability in the fitness field. This course is offered in conjunction
with The School of Royal Yoga. The 9-Month Course meets for 3-hour classes, 3 times a
month; the 6-month Intensive Course meets 3 weekends, with weekly 90-minute Skype or
telephone conferences in between. Courses will begin in late January and in June. Please
call Kathleen Michell, Coordinator, Allied Health 908-526-120 ext.8629 for more
details. Both sessions will begin February 2013.

HP 118 Central Sterile Processing Certificate
Central Sterile Supply is an emerging occupation where technicians process, maintain, and
dispense materials and equipment required by medical personnel. These technicians pro-
vide support to all patient care services in all types of health care facilities. This program
is in partnership with MK Education. Please call Kathleen Michell, Coordinator, Allied
Health 908-526-120 ext.8629 for more details.
Instructor: TBA
CRN 60542 Sect. 51                    RVCC@Bridgewater
Feb 2-Jun 18 (No class Mar 12, 14, 16 & Jun 25)
Tues/Thurs       5:30 - 9:30pm Classroom
Sat              9:00am - 1:00pm Simulation/lab *if clinical is held in hospital setting,
criminal background check, malpractice insurance, and health maintenance will be
required and will incur additional fees
Course fee: $2,000 (tuition, plus fees)

HP 120 More Truth Will Set You Free
More Truth Will Set You Free workshops are classes that help everyday people empower
themselves, heal deep hurts, and awaken to a higher part of themselves. Through powerful
healing energy, guided meditations, inspiring music, spiritual support and a community
of friends, healing is achieved. During these classes, you are shown how to access your un-
tapped potential, change things for the better, and see yourself in a greater light.
Instructor: Jennifer Carman, ND Author, Healer, Mind Body Wellness Specialist
CRN 60535 Sect. 01 1 session RVCC Main Campus Room: H 229
Thurs            Feb 12 1:00-2:20pm College Hour
CRN 60536 Sect. 02 1 session RVCC Main Campus Room: H 229
Thurs            Mar 19 1:00-2:20pm College Hour

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CRN 60537 Sect. 03 1 session RVCC Main Campus Room: H 229
Thurs         Apr 18 1:00-2:20pm College Hour
CRN 60538 Sect. 04 1 session RVCC Main Campus Room: H 229
Thurs         Jul 11 1:00-2:20pm College Hour
Course fee: $30 (tuition, plus fees)

HP 121 Weigh Less, Live More
“Weigh Less, Live More”, is a class that has a little something for everyone. This class will
discuss food choices that will be both healthy and satisfying, along with ways to eat that
will help sustain energy. It will cover ways to integrate exercise and movement into a busy
schedule. This class will also speak to “Primary Foods”, including relationships, spirituality
and enjoyment. Recipes and handouts included!
The instructor, Michelle Hoffman Ten Eyck is a practicing Health Coach and Therapist.
Michelle currently holds her MSW and her LCSW (Social Work License), is a certified
teacher, military trained cook, and is in private practice as a Holistic Health Coach.
CRN 60540 Sect. 01                     1 session
Mon              Feb 18                6:00-8:00pm
CRN 60541 Sect. 02                     1 session
Wed              Apr 24                6:00-8:00pm
Course fee: $35 (tuition, plus fees)

HP 212 ECG Technician National Certification
Become certified in one of the most in-demand occupations. Obtaining an electrocardio-
gram (ECG) is often an important part of a medical workup. A properly recorded ECG may
be critical in determining the proper care for a patient. This 40-hour course prepares indi-
viduals to function as an ECG Technician in a wide variety of settings including hospitals,
physician’s offices, clinics, sport medicine facilities, nursing homes, and insurance compa-
nies. Upon successful completion of this course, students are eligible to sit for the ECG Cer-
tifying exam given by American Society of Phlebotomy Technicians (ASPT) National exam.
Instructor: Margaret Legue, CMA, Cardiology Supervisor
CRN 60524 Sect. 01                      10 sessions        *RVCC@Bridgewater
Sat              Feb 2 – April 13       9:00am–1:00pm
        (No class March 16)
Course fee: $853 ($435 tuition, plus fees)
*Please note, the first class will meet at RVCC@Bridgewater, moving forward in the
semester, the course will meet at Somerset Medical Center.

HP 311 Pharmacy Technician
Become certified in one of the most in-demand healthcare occupations today. This com-
prehensive 90-hour course is designed to provide hands-on training to individuals who
seek a career as a Pharmacy Technician (PT). The course involves 50-hours of classroom in-
struction, question/answer review, exams, plus 40-hours of practical experience in a phar-
macy. The practical experience will be scheduled at the beginning of the course and must be
completed by the last day of class. Students are required to locate participating pharmacy
for practical hours. This course is designed to enable students to successfully complete the
National Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB) exam. Instructions and forms
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will be sent to your home address upon registering. A criminal background check and drug
testing are required and will be of additional charge to the student.
Instructor: Maharaj Raina, Ph.D.
CRN 60525 Sect. 35                    10 sessions       RVCC@Bridgewater
Sat              Feb 2 – April 13     9:00am-3:00pm
       (No class March 16)
CRN 60526 Sect. 51                    17 sessions       RVCC@Bridgewater
Mon & Wed Jan 28 – April 1            6:00-9:00pm
       (No class March 11 or 13)
Course fee: $1,319 ($706 Tuition, plus fees)

HP 411 Phlebotomy Lab Assistant
Phlebotomists are integral members of the laboratory team who are trained in specimen
collection and processing. This 180-hour course consists of lecture, lab, and clinical prac-
tice and prepares students to seek employment as a phlebotomist in hospitals, outpatient
clinics, medical practices, and insurance companies. The course consists of 100-hours of
classroom instruction and 80-hours of clinical practice at a hospital. The clinical practice
will run during daytime/weekday hours and will be assigned at the end of the first month of
the class. Please make sure you are available for at least one week during the daytime for the
clinical experience. Upon successful completion of this course, students are eligible to sit
for the American Society of Phlebotomy Technicians (ASPT) National Certification Exam,
which will be held at RVCC. Instructions and forms will be sent to your home address upon
registering. RVCC is an approved provider for the American Society of Phlebotomy Techni-
cians (ASPT).
Instructor: Hans Angenor, B.S., A.S., CPT
CRN 60527 Sect. 51                    29 sessions          RVCC@Bridgewater
Tue/Fri          Jan 22 – May 7       6:00-9:30pm
        (No class March 12 or 15)
Course fee:      $1,400 ($756 tuition, plus fees)

CLINICAL RESEARCH
HP 500 CRA/CRC National Exam Society of Clinical Research Associates (SoCRA)
Eligibility criteria to take exam requires applicant to have: 1. Two years of experience as a
full-time Clinical Research Professional OR 2. Hold a degree in “Clinical Research” from an
Associate, Undergraduate, or Graduate Degree Program, AND have completed a minimum
of one year of full-time experience OR 3. For additional requirements visit: http://www.so-
cra.org. The applicant must also be a current member of SoCRA, working with Good Clini-
cal Practice (GCP) guidelines under IRB/IEC/REB-approved (or specifically exempted)
protocols. In order to become a member of SoCRA, please register at http://www.socra.org.
Exam dates: March 20, 2013 and May 15, 2013. *Please call Kathleen Michell,
Coordinator, Allied Health 908-526-120 ext.8629 for more details.

HP 511 Clinical Research Associate (CRA) & Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC)
The demand for qualified and trained clinical research professionals continues to grow.
This course can open doors to new and exciting career opportunities in the clinical research
field. This course will provide a detailed overview of the key aspects of preparing for a
career in the management of clinical trials. The course is appropriate for those who wish
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to build a knowledge base to pursue a career as a clinical research associate (CRA) repre-
senting a pharmaceutical sponsor, Contract Research Organization (CRO), or as a Clinical
Research Coordinator (CRC) in a physician-investigator’s office/clinic. This class does not
prepare students for the SoCRA National Exam.
Instructor: Susan Torok-Rood, RN, MSJ, CHRC, CCRP, CIP
CRN 60528 Sect. 35                 6 sessions            RVCC@Bridgewater
Sat             Mar 23 – Apr 27    9:30am-4:30pm
Course fee: $1,924 ($1,144 tuition, plus fees)

HP 513 Interpretation of Laboratory Values in Clinical Trials
This course is designed to provide Clinical Trial staff with a fundamental knowledge of
common laboratory tests seen on protocols for investigational drugs. New Medical
Technologists or Technologists and Technicians returning to the lab can also benefit from
this course.
Instructor: Andrew DeLuise M.S, M.B.A., Certified Trainer/Lab Manager
CRN 60529 Sect. 51                  2 sessions         RVCC @ Bridgewater
Mon             Mar 25 & Apr 1      6:00-9:30pm
Course fee: $303 ($141 tuition, plus fees)

HP 514 Supervisory Training for Healthcare Personnel
Have you been given a supervisory position without adequate training or need to add to
or refine your efficacy and supervisory skills? This seminar serves as a primer for the new
healthcare supervisor or as a refresher course for current managers. Participants come
away with a better understanding of a supervisor’s role in an organization and guidelines
on functioning in that role.
Instructor: Andrew DeLuise M.S, M.B.A., Certified Trainer/Lab Manager
CRN 60530 Sect. 51                   2 sessions        RVCC@Bridgewater
Mon              April 15 & 22       6:00-9:30pm
Course fee: $162 ($99 tuition, plus fees)

DENTAL
HP 611 Dental Radiology
This course prepares students for the licensing examination required by the State of New
Jersey Dental Radiologic Technology Board of Examiners. This course consists of 35-hours
of didactic instruction, 20-hours* of laboratory instruction in a dental office, and clinical
education. Upon successful completion of the didactic and laboratory instruction course,
the clinical portion will be obtained through patient experience in a private dental office
that has been identified by the student and approved by the NJ State Department of
Environmental Protection. Prerequisite: At least 18 years of age, High School Diploma/
GED or equivalent. Proof must be submitted with registration. Instructor: Lori Gerstl, RDA
CRN 60531 Sect. 01                   14 sessions       RVCC@Bridgewater
Wed              Jan 30- May 8
       (No class March 13)
Didactic: 1:30-5:00pm Lab: 1:30-5:30pm
Course fee: $732 ($432 tuition, plus fees)
*Subject to change as per NJ Bureau of X-ray Compliance/Technologist Certification Section

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    HP 612 Dental Assisting National Board Prep
    This course is designed to provide dental assistants who have busy schedules with the
    essential materials to prepare at home for the Dental Assisting National Board examina-
    tions. This course concentrates on specific topics covered in the examination.
    Prerequisite for course: 18 years of age, proof of a High School Diploma/GED or equiva-
    lent, CPR certification, and minimum of one year work experience in a dental practice.
    Proof must be submitted with registration.
    Prerequisite for Dental Assisting National Board Examinations: 18 years of age, High
    School Graduate or equivalent, a minimum of 3,500 hours work experience as a dental
    assistant that is accrued over a continuous period and is verified by doctor/employer, and
    CPR certification.
    Instructor: Lori Gerstl, RDA
    CRN 60532 Sect. 01                     4 sessions       RVCC@Bridgewater
    Mon/Fri           Apr 15 - Apr 26      9:00-4:00pm
    Course fee: $400 ($264 tuition, plus fees)

    Ophthalmic Science Review Courses
    HP 712 Ophthalmic State Board Licensing Exam Review
    The course is recommended for students who are eligible to take the State Licensing Exam.
    This course reviews the major areas of study in ophthalmics that are covered on the State
    Exam.
    Instructor: Brian Thomas, Ph.D., ABOM
    CRN 60533 Sect. 51                     4 sessions      C012
    Fri              Feb 1 – Feb 22        7:00-10:00pm
    Course fee:      $122 ($56 tuition, plus fees)

    HP 713 Ophthalmic State Board Practical Review
    This course covers the requirements for the State Board practicum examinations. Key
    topics include: fitting, adjusting, facial measurements, neutralization and laboratory
    prescription fabrication. Students are given an opportunity to work in any or all of the
    subject areas.
    Instructor: Brian Thomas, Ph.D., ABOM
    CRN 60534 Sect. 51                    1 session       C012
    Fri             March 1               7:00-10:00pm
    Course fee: $57 ($32 tuition, plus fees)

    NONCREDIT MEDICAL ASSISTING
    Degree program found on next few pages Newly added

    HP 720 Medical Assisting Exam Prep
    Upcoming Spring 2013 Two different courses will be offered to assist students in
    preparing for the Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) exam offered by the American
    Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA) and the Registered Medical Assistant
    (RMA) exam offered by the American Medical Technologists. *Please call Kathleen
    Michell, Coordinator, Allied Health 908-526-120 ext.8629 for more details.


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ONLINE COURSES
HP 812 Introduction to Natural Health and Healing
This course is designed for anyone who wants to learn how to promote wellness, balance
and health in their daily lives. It will give students a basic understanding of the field
of natural health. We’ll discuss the various stages of health and illness, and you’ll dis-
cover that true health means wholeness of the mind, body, and spirit. We’ll also explore
naturopathy, which seeks ways for the body to heal itself. You’ll find out about proper
breathing techniques that enhance health, and you’ll learn the value of hydrotherapy,
diet, biorhythms, and fasting. We’ll also examine using the power of the mind for healing
the body--discussing brain function tests, visualization, and relaxation therapies.
Students may register directly at www.ed2go.com/RVCE
Classes start in: Feb, March, April, May, June, July, August
Course fee: $115 ($69 tuition, plus fees)
HP 813 HIPAA Compliance
Demystify the complexities of HIPAA, and the new ARRA/HITECH rules! If you’re
a health care professional, it’s mandatory that you know the ins and outs of HIPAA
compliance. This course focuses on the Administrative Simplification portion of HIPAA.
We’ll cover transactions, code sets, and identifiers; the Privacy Rule; and the Security
Rule. In addition, this course has been upgraded to include the new 2010 ARRA/HITECH
provisions, which include the use of new transactions and code sets, new standards for the
electronic transmission of health insurance data, and updates to the breach notification
rules. Students may register directly at www.ed2go.com/RVCE
Classes start in: Feb, March, April, May, June, July, August
Course fee: $115 ($69 tuition, plus fees)
HP 814 Certificate in End of Life Care
The Certificate in End-of-Life Care represents a specialization in the field of caring for those
who are experiencing a terminal illness. It is designed to enhance the knowledge and skills
of individuals who work with dying patients by providing a multidisciplinary educational
experience. The Certificate in End of Life Care distinguishes you as a knowledgeable, skilled,
and committed professional in this special field of health care. The program enhances
professional marketability, builds skills and competencies, fulfills continuing education
requirements for many professionals, and develops an interdisciplinary perspective on
end-of-life care.
Students may register directly at www.ed2go.com/RVCE
Classes start in: Feb, March, April, May, June, July, August
Course fee: $225 ($135 tuition, plus fees)
HP 815 Certificate in Gerontology
The Certificate in Gerontology represents a specialization in the field of gerontology.
It is designed to enhance the knowledge and skills of individuals who work with older
adults by providing an educational experience that is multidisciplinary in nature. Health
professionals who work with the older population will need continuing professional
education to gain a broad understanding of the field of gerontology and to stay current
with emerging trends. Students may register directly at www.ed2go.com/RVCE
Classes start in: Feb, March, April, May, June, July, August
Course fee: $235 ($141 tuition, plus fees)
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HP 816 Certificate in Growth and Development Through the Life Span
This certificate program is designed to enhance the knowledge and skills of nurses and
health care professionals who work with clients and patients of all ages. You’ll gain insights
into the peaks and valleys of human development and develop unique opportunities to
further your relationships with colleagues and patients.
Students may register directly at www.ed2go.com/RVCE
Classes start in: Feb, March, April, May, June, July, August
Course fee: $175 ($105 tuition, plus fees)

HEALTH SCIENCE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
CREDIT PROGRAMS:
Dual-Degree Programs with the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey
(UMDNJ)
      • Dental Assisting- Joint Certificate Program
      • Dental Hygiene- Joint Associate of Applied Science Degree
      • Dietary Manager- Joint Certificate Program
      • Respiratory Care- Joint Associate of Science Degree
      • Psycho-Social Rehabilitation and Treatment- Joint Associate of Science Degree
      • Occupational Therapy Assistant- Joint Associate of Science Degree

Exercise Science Associate Degree (AS) and Fitness Specialist Certificate
Courses of interest: FITN 108- Volleyball, FITN 148-Lifeguarding, FITN 143-Yoga, FITN
211- Intro to Personal Training- Learn the skills needed to become a Certified Personal
Trainer. Students will gain practical knowledge and experience of skills needed to be a
competent and successful personal trainer while preparing to sit for an accredited national
certification exam.
For additional information please contact: Linda Romaine 908-526-1200 ext. 8290

Health Information Technology Associate of Applied Science Degree (AAS)
Program accredited by CAHIIM. Prepares students to sit for the AHIMA RHIT
credentialing exam. For additional information please contact: Kathy Reilly, BS, RHIT,
908-526-120, ext. 8630.

Medical Coding Certificate Program
Prepares students for the entry level coding credential, CCA (Certified Coding Associate).
This program rolls into the AAS, HIT program for those who wish to continue. For
additional information please contact: Kathy Reilly, BS, RHIT, 908-526-120, ext. 8630.

Health Science Associate Degree (AS)
The Health Science Degree program is designed to give graduates or candidates of
accredited post-secondary programs who hold current certification or licensure or life
experience in a health science related discipline an opportunity to earn an Associate of
Science in Health Science degree.


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Medical Assistant Certificate Program
The Medical Assistant Certificate program trains students to work in doctor’s offices and
other ambulatory care facilities under the supervision of a physician or office manager.
Graduates will be able to sit for the Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) exam offered by
the American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA) and the Registered Medical
Assistant (RMA) exam offered by the American Medical Technologists. Classes start in
the spring.
For additional information please contact: Martha Logan-Bieler, BS, RHIT, RMA
908-526-1200 ext. 8317
Nursing/RN AAS Program
For more information, please visit: www.raritanval.edu/healthscience
Ophthalmic Science (Opticianry) Associate of Applied Science Degree (AAS)
Ophthalmic Science Certificate (Apprenticeship Option)
Both of these options qualify students for the NJ State Board examination to become a
licensed optician.

Ophthalmic Laboratory Technician (Apprenticeship)/Certificate of
Completion
This option qualifies students for an entry level position and the NJ State Board
Examination for an Ophthalmic Technician.
For additional information please contact: Brian A. Thomas, Ph.D., ABOM
908-526-1200 ext. 8277

 HP 100 Free Organ and Tissue Donation Awareness Seminar
 The Nursing Program at Raritan Valley Community College and the New Jersey Organ
 and New Jersey Sharing Network invite you to a free informational seminar. Tuesday,
 January 8, 2013, 5pm-6pm. Please contact Barbara Mariani at BMariani@sharenj.org
 to register. Location: NJ Sharing Network 691 Central Avenue New Providence, NJ
 Additional Upcoming Events: NJ Sharing Networks annual 5K walk/run on June 9, 2013
 in New Providence, NJ. Register: www.NJSharingNetwork.org. An online module is
 available for 1 CE at www.Nurse.com for a $10 fee.
 This activity has been submitted to the Association of periOperative Registered Nurses, Inc. for approval to award contact hours. The Association of periOperative
 Registered Nurses, Inc. is accredited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
 Activities that are approved by AORN are recognized as continuing education for registered nurses. This recognition does not imply that AORN or the ANCC
 Commission on Accreditation approves or endorses any product included in the presentation.



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