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                              Nursing Assistant




                                                                                                   Nursing Assistant
                                   CAVIT
                       Tech Prep Articulation 2009-2010


1.0    EXAMINE CAREER OPPORTUNITIES IN THE NURSING SERVICES INDUSTRY
2.0                       COMPETENCY/COURSE MATRIX
       DEMONSTRATE JOB SEARCH SKILLS FOR THE NURSING FIELD
3.0    EXPLORE SKILLS NECESSARY TO MAINTAIN SUCCESSFUL EMPLOYMENT IN NURSING SERVICES             1, 7
       PARTICIPATE IN LEADERSHIP ACTIVITIES SUCH AS THOSE SUPPORTED BY THE HEALTH
4.0
       OCCUPATION STUDENTS OF AMERICA (HOSA) and SkillsUSA
5.0    EXAMINE THE HEALTH CARE DELIVERY SYSTEM
 6.0   EXAMINE THE ROLE OF LEADERSHIP AND TEAMWORK IN NURSING SERVICES
 7.0   EXPLORE THE LEGAL AND ETHICAL STANDARDS IN THE HEALTH CARE DELIVERY SYSTEM             1, 2, 3, 4, 5
 8.0   DEMONSTRATE ORAL AND WRITTEN COMMUNICATION SKILLS FOR THE NURSING SERVICES                 6, 7
       DEMONSTRATE PROBLEM SOLVING AND CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS APPLICABLE TO HEALTH CARE
 9.0                                                                                              6, 7
       SITUATIONS
       DEMONSTRATE TECHNOLOGICAL LITERACY TO SUPPORT NURSING SERVICES AND HEALTH CARE
10.0
       OPERATIONS
11.0   EXPLORE SAFETY MEASURES IN THE LABORATORY AND HEALTH CARE SETTINGS
12.0   EXAMINE RESPONSIBILITY FOR PERSONAL WELLNESS IN THE NURSING SERVICES FIELD
13.0              KINGMAN HIGH SCHOOL
       DESCRIBE THE HUMAN BODY SYSTEMS
14.0              KINGMAN HIGH SCHOOL
       DEVELOP AN INDIVIDUAL CAREER PLAN FOR THE NURSING SERVICES INDUSTRY
15.0   PREPARE FOR EMPLOYMENT IN NURSING SERVICES
16.0                     COMPETENCY/COURSE LEARNING
       PARTICIPATE IN NURSING SERVICES WORK-BASEDMATRIX EXPERIENCES

17.0
                  KINGMAN HIGH SCHOOL
       PARTICIPATE IN LEADERSHIP ACTIVITIES SUCH AS THOSE SUPPORTED BY THE HEALTH
       OCCUPATION STUDENTS OF AMERICA (HOSA) and SkillsUSA
18.0   DEMONSTRATE EFFECTIVE ORAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS FOR THE HEALTH CARE INDUSTRY               6, 7
19.0   DEMONSTRATE WRITTEN COMMUNICATION SKILLS FOR THE NURSING INDUSTRY                          6, 7
20.0   USE MATHEMATICAL PROCEDURES AND PROTOCOLS IN NURSING RELATED SITUATIONS
21.0   EVALUATE THE ROLE OF HEALTHCARE IN THE ECONOMY                                            1, 9
22.0   EXPLORE BUSINESS AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT PRACTICES NEEDED IN HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS         1, 2, 9
23.0   EVALUATE LEADERSHIP STYLES APPROPRIATE FOR NURSING SERVICES
24.0   FUNCTION AS A MEMBER OF THE HEALTH TEAM IN THE HEALTH CARE INDUSTRY
25.0   DEMONSTRATE A CARING APPROACH AND ATTITUDE                                                 7, 8
       PRACTICE EFFICIENT PROBLEM-SOLVING AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION TO NURSING RELATED
26.0
       SITUATIONS
27.0   DEMONSTRATE ETHICAL AND LEGAL CONDUCT IN ALL NURSING RELATED ACTIVITIES                  7, 8, 9
28.0   USE STANDARD PRECAUTIONS AND SAFETY MEASURES APPROPRIATE FOR NURSING SERVICES
                         COMPETENCY/COURSE MATRIX
29.0
                   KINGMAN HIGH SCHOOL
                  KINGMANHIGH SCHOOL
       APPLY PRINCIPLES OF BODY MECHANICS TO POSITIONING, TRANSPORTING, TRANSFERRING, AND
       AMBULATING THE RESIDENT/PATIENT
30.0   PROVIDE BASIC EMERGENCY CARE
       ANALYZE HUMAN BODY SYSTEMS RELATIVE TO COMMON CONDITIONS AND DISORDERS AND
31.0
       THEIR CARE
32.0   USE CORRECT MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY FOR NUSING SERVICES
33.0   MONITOR VITAL SIGNS
34.0   DEMONSTRATE PERSONAL CARE, GROOMING AND RELATED PROCEDURES
35.0                      COMPETENCY/COURSE MATRIX *
       MAINTAIN A SAFE, CLEAN, COMFORTABLE ENVIRONMENT FOR THE RESIDENT/PATIENT
36.0
                   KINGMAN HIGH SCHOOL
                   KINGMAN HIGH SCHOOL
                  KINGMANHIGH SCHOOL
       ASSIST THE RESIDENT/PATIENT IN MEETING NUTRITIONAL NEEDS
37.0   FACILITATE ACTIVITIES RELATED TO ELIMINATION
38.0   CARE FOR THE RESIDENT/PATIENT WHO MAY REQUIRE PROTECTIVE DEVICES
39.0   CARE FOR RESIDENTS/PATIENTS WITH DRAINS/TUBES
40.0                      COMPETENCY/COURSE MATRIX *
       CARE FOR RESIDENT/PATIENT WITH BINDERS, BANDAGES, DRESSINGS, AND ANTIEMBOLIC DEVICES
41.0
                   KINGMAN HIGH SCHOOL
                   KINGMAN HIGH SCHOOL
                  KINGMANHIGH SCHOOL
       CARE FOR RESIDENT/PATIENT RECEIVING HEAT AND COLD TREATMENTS
42.0   ASSIST WITH ADMISSION, TRANSFER, AND DISCHARGE OF RESIDENT/PATIENT
43.0   PERFORM OR ASSIST WITH DIAGNOSTIC TESTING AND EXAMINATIONS
44.0   CARE FOR THE PERIOPERATIVE RESIDENT/PATIENT
45.0   ASSIST RESIDENT/PATIENT WITH RESTORATIVE AND HEALTH PROMOTION ACTIVITIES
                          COMPETENCY/COURSE MATRIX *
46.0
                   KINGMAN HIGH SCHOOL
                   KINGMAN HIGH SCHOOL
                  KINGMANHIGH SCHOOL
       CARE FOR THE RESIDENT/PATIENT FROM SPECIAL POPULATIONS AND THOSE WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
47.0   CARE FOR THE DYING RESIDENT/PATIENT AND HIS/HER FAMILY *
                          COMPETENCY/COURSE MATRIX                                                7, 8
                   KINGMAN HIGH SCHOOL
                   KINGMAN HIGH SCHOOL
                  KINGMANHIGH SCHOOL
                   KINGMAN HIGH SCHOOL
                   KINGMAN HIGH SCHOOL
                  KINGMANHIGH SCHOOL
   RUBRIC FOR ASSESSMENT OF INDIVIDUAL COMPETENCY ATTAINMENT

                                                                        School

                                                                       Teacher

                                    Program Name:


       LEVEL OF ATTAINMENT (LOCAL DISTRICT PERCENTAGES MAY BE DIFFERENT THAN SAMPLE)
          3                 2                 1                0                 0
        90% +             80% +             70% +           60% +         Less than 60%
                                                        APPROACHING
      MASTERED          EXCEEDED          ATTAINED                         UNATTAINED
                                                         ATTAINMENT

Student presents a clear,        Student presents a clear,     Student meets assignment       Student knowledge of the       Student knowledge of the
specific understanding of        specific understanding of     expectations. The student      topic is understood, but at    subject is not shown. Steps
the competency. All notes,       the competency. High          demonstrates new               minimum level of               through the process were
assignments, test,               interest and excitement       knowledge learned in oral      competency. The                not followed. Notes, tests,
workplace records and labs       leads the student to an       participation and or written   assignments, notes and         assignments, workbased
required are completed on        investigation that reaches    tasks. The work is well        labs are occasionally          learning and labs lack
time, are extremely well         beyond requirements. All      organized and complete.        incomplete and could be        neatness, organization,
organized and questions          notes, assignments, tests,    The student understood the     organized better. Some         detail and evidence of new
are answered accurately.         workplace records and labs    assignments. He/she used       resources have been used,      knowledge. Work does not
High interest and                required are completed on     the resources required and     but it is not clear what the   meet requirements. Parts
excitement have lead the         time, are very well           organized information in all   student understood. Some       are missing. Participation is
student to reach far beyond      organized and questions       notes, assignments, tests,     of the information included    weak, or student is often
the requirements. Student        are answered accurately.      workplace records, debates     by the student was not         not participating. Labs,
has read related materials       The student has used more     and labs. All notes,           important to the topic.        tests, CTSO participation,
and has used many                resources than required       assignments and labs are       Student does most of what      and assignments are poorly
sources of information for       and demonstrates new          complete, carefully done       is required, but nothing       done and fall well behind
reports and or experiments.      knowledge both orally and     and the student meets just     more. Some of the work         the standard level of
The student has used             in written work and uses      above the minimum              may not be finished. Tasks     achievement. Overall, the
his/her new knowledge            this knowledge in his/her     requirements and               are not carefully done and     student has failed to grasp
when participating in all oral   assignments and oral          expectations. All tests,       the information from the       new concepts covered in
discussions, assignments         participation. New            workplace records, CTSO        resources is not used.         the competency. The level
and written work. Student        knowledge is evident when     participation, assignments     Tests, labs, notes, CTSO       of achievement is below
makes connections                student shows connections     and labs meet the standard     participation, and             60%.
between classroom and            between classroom and         level of achievement           workbased learning results
workplace. The students'         workplace relationships.      between 70% to 79%.            are at a level of
notes, tests, labs,              Student notes, tests, labs,                                  achievement between 60%
workplace records,               work place records, CTSO                                     to 69%.
debates, CTSO                    participation, debates and
participation, and               assignments are clearly
assignments are of the           organized, carefully done,
highest level of                 and often go beyond
achievement above 90%.           teacher expectations. All
                                 tests are beyond the
                                 standard level of
                                 achievement between 80%
                                 to 89%.




Definition of Rubric:

                  "A rubric is a printed set of guidelines that distinguishes performances or products of
                  different quality. A rubric has descriptors that define what to look for at each level of
                  performance. Rubrics also often have indicators providing specific examples or tell-tale
                  signs of things to look for in work."
    An everyday example of a rubric can be found on the Kelley Blue Book web                                       Text, numbers and
    site at http://www.kbb.com/. When finding the value of a used car, Kelley                                      percentages in red italics
    uses a rubric that details a car's condition by the categories of Excellent,                                   are for purposes of
    Good, Fair and Poor as follows:                                                                                clarification only and are
                                                                                                                   NOT a part of the Kelly

                                      KELLY BLUE BOOK RUBRIC

        Excellent                          Good                             Fair                          Poor                       Unacceptable
           3                                2                                1                             0                               0
         90% +                            80% +                            70% +                         60% +                      Less than 60%
                                                                                                     APPROACHING
      MASTERED                        EXCEEDED                          ATTAINED                                                    UNATTAINED
                                                                                                      ATTAINMENT
The vehicle looks great, is     The vehicle is free of any       The vehicle probably has         The vehicle has severe        The vehicle is "death on
in excellent mechanical         major defects. The paint,        some mechanical or               mechanical and/or             wheels." Under no
condition and needs no          body and interior have only      cosmetic defects, but is still   cosmetic defects and may      circumstances should it
reconditioning. It should       minor (if any) blemishes,        in safe running condition.       be in questionable running    even be taken for a test
pass a smog inspection.         and there are no major           The paint, body and/or           condition. The vehicle may    drive. Parts may fall off at
The engine compartment          mechanical problems. In          interior need work to be         have problems that cannot     any time and there is
should be clean, with no        states where rust is a           performed by a professional      be readily fixed such as a    probable danger of
fluid leaks. The paint is       problem, this should be          in order to be sold. The         damaged frame or a rusted-    explosion. One or more of
glossy and the body and         very minimal, and a              tires need to be replaced.       through body. A vehicle       the quarter panels may be
interior are free of any wear   deduction should be made         There may be some                with a branded title          completely fabricated with
or visible defects. There is    to correct it. The tires         repairable rust damage.          (salvage, flood, etc.) or     "Bondo." The title (if there
no rust. The tires are the      match and have substantial       The value of cars in this        unsubstantiated mileage       is one) is anything but
proper size and match and       tread wear left. A clean title   category may vary widely. A      should be considered          "clean". None of the 4 tires
are new or nearly new. A        history is assumed. A            clean title history is           “poor” because of potential   match though they may be
clean title history is          "good" vehicle will need         assumed. Even after              problems and should be        like new, having recently
assumed. This is an             some reconditioning to be        significant reconditioning       independently appraised to    been stolen. There may be
exceptional vehicle.            sold at retail; however          this vehicle may not qualify     determine its value.          a strong odor of marijuana
                                major reconditioning should      for the Blue Book                                              and a rookie cop might
                                be deducted from the             Suggested Retail value.                                        easily find traces of
                                value. Most recent model                                                                        cocaine in the trunk.
                                cars owned by consumers                                                                         DON'T EVEN THINK
                                fall into this category.                                                                        ABOUT BUYING THIS
                                                                                                                                VEHICLE!
                                           _________________________________ HIGH SCHOOL                                  Course Sequence
      How to use this Checklist.                   STANDARDS/COURSE MATRIX
       See "Note" at bottom.
                                                       NURSING SERVICES
                                                             00CIP No. 51.1600


              *This indicates the “technical skill standards” for this program that will be assessed on the
              end-of-program Nursing Services standards assessment.
1.0          EXAMINE CAREER OPPORTUNITIES IN THE NURSING SERVICES INDUSTRY
       1.1
      CO     Collect career opportunity information
       1.2   Develop a plan to achieve a career pathway
       1.3   Explain how personal choices affect career opportunities in nursing services
       1.4   Develop a portfolio of career opportunity information in nursing services

2.0          DEMONSTRATE JOB SEARCH SKILLS FOR THE NURSING FIELD
       2.1   Research employment opportunities
       2.2   Explain the steps in a job search
       2.3   Analyze a job application
       2.4   Prepare an employment résumé, portfolio, and cover letter
       2.5   Demonstrate the use of technology in searching for a job
                            KINGMAN HIGH SCHOOL
3.0          EXPLORE SKILLS NECESSARY TO MAINTAIN SUCCESSFUL EMPLOYMENT IN NURSING SERVICES
       3.1   Practice leadership skills
       3.2   Discuss work ethics and professionalism
       3.3   Evaluate factors that contribute to successful performance at work
       3.4   Discuss how social skills are helpful to obtain and maintain a job
       3.5   Evaluate factors that contribute to successful performance in the workplace
                                 COMPETENCY/COURSE MATRIX
                             KINGMAN HIGH SCHOOL
             PARTICIPATE IN LEADERSHIP ACTIVITIES SUCH AS THOSE SUPPORTED BY THE HEALTH OCCUPATION
4.0          STUDENTS OF AMERICA (HOSA) and SkillsUSA
       4.1   Examine the roles and responsibilities of individuals in organizations
       4.2   Identify the characteristics of effective teams and effective team players
       4.3   Practice techniques to involve each member of the team
       4.4   Demonstrate teamwork
       4.5   Participate in career development events
       4.6   Practice effective meeting management skills
       4.7   Exercise leadership skills as appropriate

5.0        EXAMINE THE HEALTH CARE DELIVERY SYSTEM
       5.1 Investigate components of the health care delivery industry
       5.2 Examine how technology impacts and changes the health care delivery field
       5.3 Examine the concept of customer service within the context of nursing services

6.0          EXAMINE THE ROLE OF LEADERSHIP AND TEAMWORK IN NURSING SERVICES
       6.1   Demonstrate an understanding of individual roles and responsibilities of the members of a health care team
       6.2   Recognize the characteristics of effective teams in providing quality health care
       6.3   Contribute to a team effort
       6.4   Practice leadership skills in achieving a group goal
       6.5   Give and receive constructive feedback
       6.6   Work with minimal supervision
       6.7   Develop productive, collaborative relationships with members of a workgroup
       6.8   Complete tasks in a timely and effective manner




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                                                                                                                             Course Sequence

                                                   STANDARDS/COURSE MATRIX
                                                       NURSING SERVICES



7.0        EXPLORE THE LEGAL AND ETHICAL STANDARDS IN THE HEALTH CARE DELIVERY SYSTEM
       7.1 Explore the Patients’ Bill of Rights
       7.2 Discuss the concepts of malpractice, liability, and negligence as applied to nursing services
       7.3 Recognize the policies and procedures for record keeping and documentation in the health care field
       7.4 Understand the role and importance of confidentiality in health care
       7.5 Discuss the technological threats to confidentiality in health care
       7.6
                             KINGMAN HIGH SCHOOL
                             KINGMAN HIGH SCHOOL
                            KINGMAN HIGH SCHOOL
           Explain the meaning of medical ethics
       7.7 Practice ethical and professional behavior when interacting with others
       7.8 Explore the role of cultural, social, and ethnic diversity in providing quality health care
           Describe the role of oversight organizations such as Joint Council on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations
       7.9
           (JCAHO) and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)

8.0          DEMONSTRATE ORAL AND WRITTEN COMMUNICATION SKILLS FOR THE NURSING SERVICES
       8.1   Communicate at appropriate levels to other’s ability to understand
       8.2   Apply active listening skills using reflection, restatement and clarification techniques
       8.3   Interpret non-verbal behaviors to augment communication in a healthcare environment
       8.4   Report relevant information in order of occurrence
       8.5   Recognize the difference between objective and subjective information when communicating
       8.6   Use medical terminology in order to interpret, transcribe and communicate data, information and observations

9.0        DEMONSTRATE PROBLEM SOLVING AND CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS APPLICABLE TO HEALTH CARE SITUATIONS
       9.1 Apply problem-solving processes to solve basic nursing services related situations
       9.2 Describe methods of establishing priorities in a health care environment
       9.3 Explore the needs of internal and external customers of nursing services

10.0         DEMONSTRATE TECHNOLOGICAL LITERACY TO SUPPORT NURSING SERVICES AND HEALTH CARE OPERATIONS
    10.1     Communicate using telecommunication tools (fax, email and internet)
                                      COMPETENCY/COURSE MATRIX
                                   COMPETENCY/COURSE MATRIX
    10.2   Demonstrate usage of computers
    10.3   Access health care related information electronically
           Demonstrate basic knowledge of basic Input/Output devises such as keyboards, video monitors, printers and
      10.4
           peripherals commonly used in the health care field
      10.5 Apply word processing software to prepare letters, memorandums and reports
      10.6 Describe the affects of technological advances on health and health care

11.0         EXPLORE SAFETY MEASURES IN THE LABORATORY AND HEALTH CARE SETTINGS
    11.1     Demonstrate personal safety practices and procedures
    11.2     Identify common safety hazards in health care settings
    11.3     Use, maintain and store laboratory and health care related tools and equipment
    11.4     Describe procedures for infection control

12.0         EXAMINE RESPONSIBILITY FOR PERSONAL WELLNESS IN THE NURSING SERVICES FIELD
    12.1     Analyze sources of stress and stress management techniques
    12.2     Develop and discuss skills for dealing with crisis
    12.3     Discuss strategies for coping with grief and loss
    12.4     Describe symptoms of chemical abuse
    12.5     Describe symptoms and appropriate interventions for child, domestic and elderly abuse




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                                                                                                                         Course Sequence

                                                  STANDARDS/COURSE MATRIX
                                                      NURSING SERVICES



13.0       DESCRIBE THE HUMAN BODY SYSTEMS
    13.1                                 COMPETENCY/COURSE MATRIX
                                    COMPETENCY/COURSE MATRIX
           Describe cells, tissues, organs and systems
    13.2   Describe the integumentary system
    13.3   Describe the muscular system
    13.4   Describe the skeletal system
    13.5   Describe the nervous system
    13.6   Describe the cardiovascular system
    13.7   Describe the lymphatic system
    13.8   Describe the respiratory system
    13.9   Describe the gastrointestinal system
  13.10    Describe the urinary system
  13.11    Describe the endocrine system
  13.12    Describe the reproductive system

14.0       DEVELOP AN INDIVIDUAL CAREER PLAN FOR THE NURSING SERVICES INDUSTRY
    14.1   Investigate career options in the nursing field
    14.2   Develop career goals based on interests, aptitude and research
    14.3   Develop, implement and review personal and career plan/goals on an annual basis

15.0                              IN NURSING SERVICES
           PREPARE FOR EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS/COURSE                          MATRIX
    15.1   Develop a résumé
    15.2   Complete job application process
    15.3   Demonstrate interviewing skills, including pre-interview preparation and post-interview follow-up
    15.4   Compare and contrast organization culture and its influence on job satisfaction
    15.5   Research a health care organization as a potential employee

16.0       PARTICIPATE IN NURSING SERVICES WORK-BASED LEARNING EXPERIENCES
    16.1   Describe factors that contribute to job satisfaction and success in the nursing field
    16.2   Use technology appropriate for the job, including fax, pager and unit intercom
    16.3   Dress in proper attire for job responsibilities
    16.4   Identify and maintain personal hygiene
    16.5   Demonstrate positive work behaviors (e.g. punctuality, appearance, etc.) for nursing services
    16.6   Demonstrate priority setting dependent on work outcomes
    16.7   Use time management and workflow strategies to achieve tasks
    16.8   Respond effectively verbally and non-verbally to daily interruptions and problems to ensure proper workflow
    16.9   Demonstrate positive interpersonal behaviors
  16.10    Demonstrate safe and healthy work behaviors and lifestyle management (e.g., stress management)
  16.11    Practice preventive health behaviors
  16.12     Interpret workplace changes as common occurrences
  16.13    Adapt to changes in the workplace
  16.14    Participate in work-based experiences, paid or non-paid

           PARTICIPATE IN LEADERSHIP ACTIVITIES SUCH AS THOSE SUPPORTED BY THE HEALTH OCCUPATION
17.0       STUDENTS OF AMERICA (HOSA) and SkillsUSA
    17.1   Examine the roles and responsibilities of individuals in organizations
    17.2   Identify the characteristics of effective teams and effective team players
    17.3   Practice techniques to involve each member of the team
    17.4   Demonstrate teamwork
    17.5   Participate in career development events
    17.6   Practice effective meeting management skills
    17.7   Exercise leadership skills as appropriate




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                                                                                                                         Course Sequence
                                                 STANDARDS/COURSE MATRIX
                                                     NURSING SERVICES



18.0       DEMONSTRATE EFFECTIVE ORAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS FOR THE HEALTH CARE INDUSTRY
    18.1   Conduct formal/informal information gathering to collect appropriate topical information
    18.2   Use questioning techniques to obtain needed information
    18.3   Use communication appropriate to the level of the audience and in specialty situations
    18.4   Use communication skills (verbal and nonverbal) that demonstrate sensitivity and empathy
    18.5   Interpret verbal and nonverbal communications of audience
    18.6   Demonstrate active listening during communications
    18.7   Assess comprehension and understanding of others
    18.8   Verify understanding of information provided
           Deliver presentation incorporating both appropriate verbal and nonverbal communication techniques using appropriate
   18.9
           technologies
  18.10    Demonstrate cultural competence and gender sensitivity in interacting with diverse audiences
  18.11    Demonstrate effective telephone technique
  18.12    Distinguish between subjective and objective information when reporting

19.0    DEMONSTRATE WRITTEN COMMUNICATION SKILLS FOR THE NURSING INDUSTRY
    19.1Conduct formal/informal research to collect appropriate topical information
    19.2Organize research information and develop an outline
    19.3Write business communication using appropriate format for the situation
        Using appropriate technology, prepare draft document using established rules for grammar, spelling and sentence
   19.4
        construction
   19.5 Use legible handwriting according to protocol
   19.6 Demonstrate proficiency in simple word processing
   19.7 Demonstrate skill in the use of the Internet, email, and information database

20.0    USE MATHEMATICAL PROCEDURES AND PROTOCOLS IN NURSING RELATED SITUATIONS
        Use simple mathematical calculations: addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and ratio proportion and
   20.1
        percentages
        Demonstrate use of Arabic and Roman numerals, weights and measures, conversion in temperature and the metric
   20.2
        system
   20.3 Apply math calculations to a variety of situations

21.0     EVALUATE THE ROLE OF HEALTHCARE IN THE ECONOMY
    21.1 Explore the role of healthcare on local, state and national economies
    21.2 Examine systems theory in healthcare delivery
         Examine the advantages/disadvantages of different healthcare delivery systems based on cost, managed care,
    21.3
         populations, technology, and alternative therapies
    21.4 Evaluate different healthcare delivery systems models
    21.5 Identify and list factors, including personal traits, which contribute to the success of a healthcare system
         Examine the impact of populations, access to care, alternative therapies and lifestyle/behavior on health care delivery
    21.6
         systems
    21.7 Assess socioeconomic, technological, bioethical changes on health care systems
    21.8 Analyze the relationship of customer services and customer satisfaction on the success of a healthcare system

22.0       EXPLORE BUSINESS AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT PRACTICES NEEDED IN HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS
    22.1   Explore the impact of finances on decision making and planning in healthcare
    22.2   Explore the cost effectiveness of health care procedures within different health care systems
    22.3   Compare and contrast a variety of insurances and benefits
    22.4   Explore healthcare decisions based on satisfaction, productivity, cost effectiveness and efficiency
    22.5   List factors necessary to facilitate customer relations
    22.6   Apply customer service skills during all transactions demonstrating courtesy to others




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                                                    STANDARDS/COURSE MATRIX
                                      NURSING ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
                        BUSINESS MANAGEMENT & SERVICES



23.0       EVALUATE LEADERSHIP STYLES APPROPRIATE FOR NURSING SERVICES
    23.1                                          STANDARDS/COURSE MATRIX
           Determine personal characteristics of effective leaders
    23.2   Compare/contrast the roles, responsibilities and styles of leaders and managers who work in organizations
    23.3   Describe how cultural/ethnic differences affect leadership styles and interpersonal interactions within a group

24.0     FUNCTION AS A MEMBER OF THE HEALTH TEAM IN THE HEALTH CARE INDUSTRY
    24.1 Describe the functions and duties of health care teams in various settings

   24.2
           Describe the role and responsibilities of the nurse assistant and other healthcare team members in a variety of settings
   24.3 Identify the duties, education and credentialing requirements for each member of the nursing team
   24.4 Perform within the scope of practice for the nurse assistant
        Maintain scope of job responsibilities within the state and federal laws and regulations and the organization’s protocols
   24.5
        and procedures

25.0       DEMONSTRATE A CARING APPROACH AND ATTITUDE
    25.1   Demonstrate understanding of own and other’s values and beliefs
    25.2   Maintain the dignity and integrity of individuals
    25.3   Identify effective coping strategies for self, residents/patients and families

26.0       PRACTICE EFFICIENT PROBLEM-SOLVING AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION TO NURSING RELATED SITUATIONS
    26.1   Interpret issues/situations to determine the problem
    26.2   Determine factors relevant to the problem
    26.3   Use professional verbal and nonverbal communication to present opinions, facts and feelings
    26.4   Demonstrate a systematic approach to problems
    26.5   Use appropriate interventions to resolve a conflict
    26.6   Give assistance in resolving grievances and disputes
    26.7   Examine results to determine course of action
    26.8   Assess outcomes for their effectiveness

*27.0      DEMONSTRATE ETHICAL AND LEGAL CONDUCT IN ALL NURSING RELATED ACTIVITIES
    27.1   Examine ethical and legal issues in the nursing services field
    27.2   Examine personal ethics, morals and values
    27.3   Compare and contrast behaviors and practices that could result in malpractice, liability, or negligence
    27.4   Explain risk management protocols (e.g., incident reporting)
    27.5   Use problem solving processes when dealing with legal issues
    27.6   Practice appropriate ethical and legal standards for health care professional
    27.7   Maintain code of ethics and organization’s ethical protocols
    27.8   Interpret, explain and apply the Patient’s Bill of Rights
    27.9   Provide for resident/patient privacy
           Identify methods to ensure resident/patient confidentiality, including potential Health Insurance Portability and
  27.10
           Accountability Act (HIPAA) violations
  27.11    Maintain resident/patient confidentiality
           Describe the role of oversight organizations such as Joint Council on Account Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations
  27.12
           (JCAHO) and Centers for Medical Services
  27.13    Describe ways that a resident/patient may be subject to abuse and identify contributing factors
  27.14 Promote the resident/patient’s rights to be free from abuse, mistreatment and neglect
  27.15 Report any instance (or suspicion) of abuse, mistreatment or neglect to the appropriate supervisor
        Comply with legal, regulatory, and accreditation standards or codes such as the Health Insurance Portability and
  27.16
        Accountability Act (HIPAA)
  27.17 Adhere to the standards for workers’ rights, harassment, labor and employment laws




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*28.0    USE STANDARD PRECAUTIONS AND SAFETY MEASURES APPROPRIATE FOR NURSING SERVICES
    28.1 Explain the infectious process and modes of transmission of disease
         Apply Center for Disease Control (CDC) and Prevention guidelines related to body substances and Standard
    28.2
         Precautions
   28.3    Demonstrate general principles of asepsis
   28.4    Demonstrate principles of hand hygiene
   28.5    Demonstrate knowledge of isolation and use isolation procedures
   28.6    Use Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

         APPLY PRINCIPLES OF BODY MECHANICS TO POSITIONING, TRANSPORTING, TRANSFERRING, AND
*29.0    AMBULATING THE RESIDENT/PATIENT
    29.1 Use appropriate and safe body mechanics
    29.2 Identify complications of decreased mobility, including bedrest and nonambulatory resident/patient
         Turn and position resident/patient in bed or chair-side lying, supine, prone, Sim’s, highand low Fowler’s, Trendelenberg,
    29.3
         lithotomy, orthopneic, logrolling, move up in bed, dangling

    29.4 Demonstrate the use of assistive positioning devices such as foot boards, hand rolls, bed cradles, and abductor pillow

   29.5 Demonstrate the use of assistive devices in ambulation such as crutches/cane/walker/wheelchair
        Demonstrate the use of assistive devices in transferring residents/patients: gait belt, mechanical lifters, slide board and
   29.6
        lift sheet
   29.7 Assist resident/patient to ambulate
   29.8 Assist resident/patient to ambulate using a gait belt
   29.9 Demonstrate proper positioning of a resident/patient in a wheelchair
  29.10 Provide assistance and care for resident/patient who is falling or who has fallen
  29.11 Utilize assistive devices to position, turn, transport, transfer, and ambulate the resident/patient
  29.12 Assist the resident/patient to transfer from bed to chair/gurney/stretcher
  29.13 Select transport and transfer methods to accommodate the status of the individual
  29.14 Use transport and transfer procedures safely
  29.15 Demonstrate use and application of continuous positive motion (CPM) devices

*30.0      PROVIDE BASIC EMERGENCY CARE
    30.1   Recognize emergency situations/changes in condition and notify appropriate personnel per protocol
    30.2   Recognize deviations from normal physiological processes
    30.3   Demonstrate basic life support (CPR) at minimum level for practice
    30.4   Perform standard first aid skills
    30.5   Use simple first aid procedures such as maintaining the ABC’s
    30.6   Perform abdominal thrusts for the choking victim (Heimlich Maneuver)

*31.0      ANALYZE HUMAN BODY SYSTEMS RELATIVE TO COMMON CONDITIONS AND DISORDERS AND THEIR CARE
    31.1   Differentiate between wellness and illness
    31.2   Recognize abnormal changes in body function and report such changes to a supervisor
    31.3   Observe and report abnormal signs and symptoms of common diseases and conditions
    31.4   Care for resident/patient with common conditions and disorders of the integumentary system
    31.5   Care for resident/patient with common conditions and disorders of the muscular system
    31.6   Care for resident/patient with common conditions and disorders of the skeletal system
    31.7   Care for residents/patients with common conditions and disorders of the nervous system
    31.8   Care for resident/patient with common conditions and disorders of the cardiovascular system
    31.9   Care for resident/patient with common conditions and disorders of the lymphatic system
  31.10    Care for resident/patient with common conditions and disorders of the respiratory system
  31.11    Care for resident/patient with common conditions and disorders of the gastrointestinal system
  31.12    Care for resident/patient with common conditions and disorders of the urinary system
  31.13    Care for resident/patient with common conditions and disorders of the endocrine system
  31.14    Care for resident/patient with common conditions and disorders of the reproductive system




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*32.0   USE CORRECT MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY FOR NUSING SERVICES
    32.1Apply knowledge of body systems and functions as a basis for using medical terminology
    32.2Pronounce technical terms correctly
    32.3Demonstrate use of common symbols, roots, and abbreviations
    32.4Demonstrate use of common prefixes and suffixes
    32.5Demonstrate specific vocabulary, procedures, abbreviations and word elements for defined work areas
        Use medical terminology to interpret, transcribe and communicate information, data, and observations (including sound
   32.6
        alike and look alike terms)

*33.0    MONITOR VITAL SIGNS
    33.1 Identify normal values of vital signs
    33.2 Analyze routine vital signs
         Explain methods for taking temperature and the criteria that determine the appropriate method to use (e.g., confused
    33.3
         patient, infant, child, etc.)
    33.4 Measure and record temperature (digital, electronic, oral, rectal, axillary, tympanic)
    33.5 Measure and record pulse rate (radial, apical, carotid, brachial)
    33.6 Measure and record respirations
    33.7 Measure and record blood pressure
    33.8 Measure and record height and weight (upright/bed/chair scale)
    33.9 Measure and record oxygen saturation using an oximeter
  33.10 Notify appropriate personnel per protocol when a vital sign has changed
  33.11 Describe common signs and symptoms of pain
  33.12 Identify behaviors which indicate the resident/patient’s level of pain
  33.13 Report observations of resident/patient’s pain to Licensed personnel
  33.14 Apply non-invasive pain relief measures within scope of practice

*34.0      DEMONSTRATE PERSONAL CARE, GROOMING AND RELATED PROCEDURES
           Bathe resident/patient with consideration for resident/patient need and setting including: complete bed bath, partial bath,
   34.1
           tub bath, whirlpool and shower
   34.2    Promote skin integrity
   34.3    Give skin care including back rub
   34.4    Recognize and report skin problems including the four major stages of decubitus ulcers
   34.5    Give perineal care
   34.6    Provide catheter care
   34.7    Give mouth/denture care
   34.8    Give hair care/shampoo
   34.9    Give fingernail/toenail care within scope of practice
  34.10    Shave resident/patient

  34.11 Assist resident/patient with dressing and undressing, including help with assistive dressing devices and IV gown change

  34.12 Demonstrate use and care of prosthetic and orthotic devices
  34.13 Apply bedmaking procedures (occupied/unoccupied) to promote resident/patient’s comfort

  34.14 Utilize methods for pressure reduction, including floating heels, repositioning and reporting signs of increased pressure

  34.15    Position the call light for easy access
  34.16    Provide A.M./P.M. care
  34.17    Provide care within scope of practice to residents/patients receiving oxygen
  34.18    Demonstrate proper and safe use of oxygen delivery systems/equipment (e.g., nasal cannula, face mask)




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*35.0      MAINTAIN A SAFE, CLEAN, COMFORTABLE ENVIRONMENT FOR THE RESIDENT/PATIENT
    35.1   Establish a safe clean resident/patient environment
    35.2   Maintain a safe and clean work area in a variety of settings
    35.3   Maintain care and security of resident/patient’s personal possessions
    35.4   Apply safety precautions related to age of resident/patient
    35.5   Apply measures of prevention and use emergency procedures for common accidents and disasters
    35.6   Apply safety precautions and emergency procedures for fire, chemicals and biohazardous materials
    35.7   Demonstrate fire drill procedure
    35.8   Identify disaster plans
    35.9   Adhere to the evacuation plan per protocol
  35.10    Maintain and enforce infection control procedures, radiation protection measures, and hazard communication
  35.11    Employ quality measures when handling and maintaining equipment and materials
  35.12    Maintain equipment to ensure its safe use
  35.13    Comply with hazardous labeling requirements and safety signs, symbols, and labels
  35.14    Handle and dispose of contaminated and hazardous items according to standards and procedures

*36.0      ASSIST THE RESIDENT/PATIENT IN MEETING NUTRITIONAL NEEDS
    36.1   Explain optimal nutritional status for the resident/patient across the life span
    36.2   Recognize personal, cultural, and religious variations in diet
    36.3   Examine therapeutic diets
           Demonstrate procedure for ensuring resident/patient receives the diet as ordered and appropriate actions for
   36.4
           inaccuracies
   36.5    Prepare and present meal in a home setting
   36.6    Provide meals to the resident/patient
   36.7    Prepare and position resident/patient for meals
   36.8    Provide and restrict fluids as ordered
   36.9    Assist the resident/patient with eating using effective feeding techniques
  36.10    Demonstrate use of assistive eating devices
  36.11    Measure and record appropriate nutritional data, including meal percentage, intake and output

*37.0      FACILITATE ACTIVITIES RELATED TO ELIMINATION
    37.1   Assist resident/patient with toileting, including the use of the bedpan, urinal, commode and toilet seat extension
    37.2   Measure, calculate and record fluid intake and output
    37.3   Reinforce bowel and bladder training
    37.4   Assist resident/patient with alternative methods of elimination (including ostomy, urostomy, Foley catheter)
    37.5   Provide care for the incontinent resident/patient
    37.6   Provide care for resident/patient who is vomiting

*38.0      CARE FOR THE RESIDENT/PATIENT WHO MAY REQUIRE PROTECTIVE DEVICES
    38.1   Describe the ethical and legal issues in the use of restraints
    38.2   Demonstrate restraint techniques including alternatives for restraints
    38.3   Utilize interventions that minimize the need for restraints
    38.4   Examine protective door devices for secure areas
    38.5   Apply and monitor mobility alarms
    38.6   Observe and report resident/patient’s condition while in protective devices

*39.0      CARE FOR RESIDENTS/PATIENTS WITH DRAINS/TUBES
    39.1                                            STANDARDS/COURSE MATRIX
           Demonstrate required positioning for resident/patient receiving tube feeding
    39.2   Examine associated complications with improper positioning of resident/patient
    39.3   Provide care for resident/patient with feeding tubes
    39.4   Provide care for resident/patient with gravity and sump drains
    39.5   Observe, measure and record drainage




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*40.0      CARE FOR RESIDENT/PATIENT WITH BINDERS, BANDAGES, DRESSINGS, AND ANTIEMBOLIC DEVICES
    40.1   Apply binders
    40.2   Apply support, anti-embolism, and compression hose
    40.3   Maintain dressings
    40.4   Observe and report resident/patient’s dressings on and around sites such as wounds, drains, IVs, etc.

*41.0      CARE FOR RESIDENT/PATIENT RECEIVING HEAT AND COLD TREATMENTS
    41.1   Apply warm moist compress
    41.2   Apply warm soaks to extremities
    41.3   Apply heat pack
    41.4   Apply K-Pad
    41.5   Assist resident/patient with sitz bath
    41.6   Apply cold treatment using a cooling blanket
    41.7   Apply cold treatment using a cold compress
    41.8   Apply ice bag
    41.9   Identify methods to ensure appropriate temperature range for heat and cold treatments
  41.10    Monitor and observe safety with heat/cold treatments

*42.0      ASSIST WITH ADMISSION, TRANSFER, AND DISCHARGE OF RESIDENT/PATIENT
    42.1   Demonstrate procedure for admitting a resident/patient
    42.2   Demonstrate procedure for resident/patient transfer
    42.3   Demonstrate procedure for discharging a resident/patient
    42.4   Maintain safekeeping of resident/patient’s belongings

*43.0    PERFORM OR ASSIST WITH DIAGNOSTIC TESTING AND EXAMINATIONS
    43.1 Collect, label, and send specimens according to protocol
         Perform diagnostic testing including stool specimen for culture and sensitivity/ova/parasites/guiac; urine specimen for
    43.2
         routine analysis (clean catch, midstream and 24 hour urine); and sputum
    43.3 Explain blood glucose testing per AzSBN protocol
    43.4 Assist with preparation for and positioning of resident/patient for examinations
    43.5 Explain safety and privacy issues that can arise while assisting with exam

*44.0    CARE FOR THE PERIOPERATIVE RESIDENT/PATIENT
    44.1 Assist with preoperative care per protocol
    44.2 Assist with postoperative care per protocol

*45.0      ASSIST RESIDENT/PATIENT WITH RESTORATIVE AND HEALTH PROMOTION ACTIVITIES
    45.1                                             STANDARDS/COURSE MATRIX
           Provide needed assistance in getting to and participating in resident/patient activities
    45.2   Apply restorative activities when caring for the resident/patient
    45.3   Promote the resident/patient’s right to make personal choices to accommodate their needs
    45.4   Promote resident/patient’s independence
           Allow the resident/patient to make personal choices, providing and reinforcing other behavior consistent with the
   45.5
           resident/patient’s dignity
   45.6    Assist resident/patient to participate in activities
   45.7    Perform passive range of motion exercises
   45.8    Direct resident/patient in active range of motion exercises
   45.9    Assist and instruct resident/patient to be independent in the activities of daily living
  45.10    Use family/significant others as a resource and source of social and emotional support
  45.11    Assist resident/patient in planned recreational activities
  45.12    Assist the resident/patient with activities that support and encourage social relationships
  45.13    Assist resident/patient in achieving optimal wellness




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                                               STANDARDS/COURSE MATRIX
                                            STANDARDS/COURSE MATRIX
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                                                 STANDARDS/COURSE MATRIX
                                                     NURSING SERVICES



*46.0      CARE FOR THE RESIDENT/PATIENT FROM SPECIAL POPULATIONS AND THOSE WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
    46.1   Describe special needs of the resident/patient across the life span
    46.2   Identify the developmental tasks associated with the aging process
    46.3   Modify personal behavior in response to resident/patient behavior
           Demonstrate techniques for addressing the unique needs and behaviors of individuals with dementia, Alzheimers, and
   46.4
           other cognitive or sensory deficits
   46.5    Communicate effectively with cognitively impaired residents and patients
   46.6    Respond appropriately to the behavior of a cognitively impaired resident/patient
   46.7    Utilize interventions to reduce the effects of cognitive impairments
   46.8    Recognize and provide care to angry, depressed or unresponsive resident/patient
   46.9    Identify nature and care of sensory deficits
  46.10    Describe special needs of the resident/patient with a mental health diagnosis
  46.11    Describe special needs of the resident/patient who lives in long-term care/alternative care facilities

*47.0   CARE FOR THE DYING RESIDENT/PATIENT AND HIS/HER FAMILY
    47.1Identify the stages of dying
    47.2Describe the grieving and death and dying process experienced by the resident/ patient and their families
    47.3Explain the role of hospice in end-of-life care
        Assist with care of the dying resident/patient and support for the family considering physical needs, spiritual and cultural
   47.4
        beliefs
   47.5 Prepare deceased body for removal from unit




                                              Note: This Checklist is to be used as a master document
                                              to determine if 100% of the standards (not measures) are
                                              being taught in a program. The number of measures a
                                              student attains can help determine the student's "Level
                                              of Attainment".




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