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1 ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING STUDENT HANDBOOK DURHAM TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE 1637 LAWSON STREET DURHAM, NC REVISED MAY 2014 NURSING OFFICE , ext Hours 7:45 a.m. 4:45 p.m. Messages may be left after hours on voice mail. In an emergency, messages may also be left at the ConnectCenter at

2 Contents INTRODUCTION... 4 INFORMATION ABOUT THE ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING PROGRAM... 5 GENERAL PURPOSE OF THE ADN HANDBOOK... 5 ACCOUNTABILITY... 5 MISSION AND GOALS of DURHAM TECH... 6 GENERAL EDUCATION LEARNING OUTCOMES... 8 DURHAM TECH AND PROGRAM MISSION & PHILOSPHY...9 EDUCATIONAL OUTCOMES ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING FACULTY & STAFF ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS PROGRAM REQUIRMENTS HEALTH REQUIREMENTS ESSENTIAL SKILLS FOR ADMISSION AND PROGRESSION EXPECTATIONS OF STUDENTS ENROLLED IN HEALTH TECH PROGRAMS 19 PROFESSIONAL BEHAVIOR - STUDENT CONDUCT STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT DRUG AND ALCOHOL POLICY SEXUAL HARASSMENT POLICY APPROPRIATE USE OF COMPUTING RESOURCES POLICY CPR CBC HEALTH INSURANCE MALPRACTICE INSURANCE ANTICIPATED COSTS PLAN OF STUDY GENERIC TRACT PLAN OF STUDY LPN to ADN TRACT ACADEMIC POLICIES DISABILITIES SERVICES THE CENTER FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE LIBRARY ACCESS COMPUTER LABS LOCATIONS AND HOURS GRADING SYSTEM ACADEMIC HONESTY STUDENT-FACULTY RESPONSIBILITIES NURSING COURSE EXPECTATIONS CLASSROOM ATMOSPHERE ATTENDANCE TESTING WITHDRAWAL POLICY COMMUNICATION ADN HANDBOOK

3 CLASS LABORATORY CLINICAL PERFORMANCE CONFIDENTIALITY 41 CLINICAL DRESS CODE GROOMING JEWELRY AND ORNAMENTS TRANSPORTATION CLINICAL SCHEDULING OUTSIDE WORK PROFESSIONAL BEHAVIORS NATIONAL STUDENT NURSES ASSOCIATION, INC. CODE OF ACADEMIC AND CLINICAL CONDUCT PROGRESSION IN THE PROGRAM EXPECTATIONS RE-ENTRY POLICIES.48 TRANSFER POLICIES GRADUATION LEGAL REQUIREMENT FOR NURSE LICENSURE INCLEMENT WEATHER NOTICES - general ADN HANDBOOK

4 DURHAM TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING PROGRAM INTRODUCTION Dear Student: Welcome to the exciting world of nursing and the Associate Degree Nursing Program at Durham Technical Community College. We are very glad to have you here and are excited about your joining us in a profession that we love. We want you to succeed. Every lesson plan, assignment, and activity has been developed with your success in mind. We will work together to make this an exciting and productive program. Nursing courses are different from other courses you have taken. The first nursing course, NUR 111, consists of three parts: (1) class, (2) laboratory, and (3) clinical. In the classroom portion, you will learn about the profession of nursing as well as nursing assessment and management of patient care. In the laboratory portion, you will learn how to do psychomotor skills such as physical assessment, medication administration, and sterile technique. You will be expected to demonstrate competency for each skill. In the clinical portion, you will have the opportunity to apply what you have learned in the classroom and laboratory in a clinical setting with the assistance of a nursing instructor. Subsequent nursing courses contain both classroom and clinical components. For NUR 111, you will receive eight semester hours credit upon successful completion of that course. The course requires 16 contact hours. That is the equivalent of almost four to five regular college courses. This means you need to spend as much time preparing for this one course as you would preparing for four to five college courses. In NUR 111, you will attend class twice a week for a total of four hours, lab twice a week for a total of six hours and clinical for six hours. The remaining semesters contain nursing courses that total 10 to 12.5 credits and average 22 contact hours a week. You will be inundated with papers, handouts, notes, readings, and other assignments. We recommend that you get organized early and stay organized. Keep important papers for reference throughout the nursing program. Do not get behind: it is easier to keep up and almost impossible to catch up. Each nursing course will assist you to build on your knowledge of nursing and clinical expertise for your future career. It is important that you gain a good foundation in the first nursing course and continue to build on your knowledge as you progress through each course. Best Wishes Sincerely, The ADN Faculty ADN HANDBOOK

5 DURHAM TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING PROGRAM INFORMATION ABOUT THE ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING PROGRAM The Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) program at Durham Technical Community College is approved by the North Carolina Board of Nursing and has received accreditation from the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN). The program is designed to prepare students for careers in the nursing profession. The four-semester ADN program provides the knowledge and skills necessary to function effectively in all areas of the profession. The Associate Degree Nursing program graduates may be eligible to take the National Council Licensure examination (NCLEX-RN), which is required for practice as a registered nurse. Program graduates are awarded the Associate in Applied Science degree. GENERAL PURPOSE OF THE ADN HANDBOOK The purpose of this handbook is to provide the Associate Degree Nursing student with relevant information regarding the Durham Technical Community College Associate Degree Nursing requirements, professional standards, policies and procedures. These guidelines have been developed by the nursing faculty and are updated periodically. ACCOUNTABILITY The Student who fails to read the ADN Handbook, the Durham Tech Catalog and Student Handbook, the course syllabus, and/or other official college publications will not be excused from any regulation, requirement and/or deadlines set forth in these publications. ADN HANDBOOK

6 DURHAM TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE MISSION AND GOALS OF DURHAM TECH Mission and Purpose Durham Technical Community College s mission is to enrich students lives and the broader community through teaching, learning, and service. As a comprehensive community college serving Durham and Orange counties, Durham Tech follows an open-door with guided placement admissions policy to provide adults an opportunity to better themselves through education and training. Offerings include technical and occupational programs leading to a degree, diploma, or certificate; the first two years of a four-year degree; general education for personal growth and development; a wide variety of corporate and continuing education courses for workforce preparation and broadening personal horizons; and adult basic skills instruction that includes GED preparation, the Adult High School diploma, and English as a Second Language classes. Durham Tech Strategic Plan and Goals Guiding Principles: Demonstrating Efficiency and Accountability We will create a culture where all institutional actions are focused on improving student learning and success and leading to student goal completion. We are committed to a philosophy of continuous improvement by researching best practices and establishing benchmarks for performance. We will engage in integrated and ongoing planning. We will provide opportunities for continuous improvement of faculty and staff through vigorous professional development. Strategic Initiative: Focusing on Learning and Student Success Ensuring that the college s graduates acquire the knowledge and master the skills necessary for future academic, technical, and career success Providing college activities that encourage effective communication, critical thinking and problem-solving, ethical decision-making, an appreciation of diversity, academic and workplace readiness, and civic participation and leadership Developing new programs that prepare students for success in critical high-demand careers and ensuring that existing programs remain relevant and sustainable Strategic Initiative: Applying Technology Developing and maintaining a flexible and reliable system for admissions, advising, financial aid, registration, and enrollment management that maximizes access to pertinent information Utilizing appropriate technology to support and enhance teaching and learning Supporting the development and use of information systems that increase efficiency and effectiveness in administrative and support processes Strategic initiative: Emphasizing Globalization Developing an understanding of global issues among our students and encouraging students to experience cultures other than their own Supporting the development of a local workforce ready to compete in a multinational environment ADN HANDBOOK

7 Providing opportunities for international students to enroll in and complete programs. Strategic Initiative: Sustaining the Learning Environment Ensuring a safe and welcoming learning environment Developing and sustaining systems that allow for timely, orderly recovery from disruptions to campus operations Creating a physical environment that provides easy navigation throughout the college Fostering a commitment to environmental sustainability Strategic Initiative: Fostering and Strengthening Partnerships Establishing and strengthening partnerships to support student transitions along the educational continuum Creating and expanding partnerships that improve access and success for groups historically underrepresented in higher education Expanding partnerships that provide service learning for students and that support employee participation in community service Forging strong partnerships that foster economic growth and support workforce development Durham Tech Core Values Welcoming: Learning: Engaging: We value a welcoming, vibrant, and safe campus environment. We value learning through rigorous quality instruction, focused support, and appropriate student activities. We value an engaging, collegial atmosphere with professional, ethical, and respectful interactions that enhance learning. Understanding: We value the unique experiences of individuals and the diversity of the community. Improving: Unifying: We value continuous improvement in all areas of the college through encouraging effective innovation, appropriate use of technology, responsible stewardship of financial and human resources, and professional development for faculty and staff. We value unity through the common purpose of serving students and the community. ADN HANDBOOK

8 DURHAM TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE GENERAL EDUCATION LEARNING OUTCOMES Consistent with the college s mission, the Instructional Services Division facilitates and encourages life-long learning throughout the college community. We define learning as the intentional process of acquiring knowledge or skills. The process requires the engagement of the learner and leads to a demonstrable change in the way the learner relates to his or her environment. The college ensures that its graduates have acquired the knowledge and skills necessary for future academic, technical or professional success. Graduates will also demonstrate the following attributes: The ability to communicate clearly, effectively, and respectfully both orally and in writing; The ability to recognize cultural differences among peoples, to develop tolerance for differences, and to act appropriately with individuals of varying cultures; The ability to contribute positively to the academic and workplace environment by demonstrating expected behaviors (e.g. integrity, demeanor, attendance, punctuality) and by working with others to solve problems; The ability to learn how to learn and to possess critical thinking and problem-solving skills necessary in an ever-changing environment; The ability to recognize ethical dilemmas and to identify possible solutions. The Instructional Services Division believes that as learning occurs, changes begin within the person and transcend to interpersonal relationships, groups, community, and to the greater global environment. ADN HANDBOOK

9 DURHAM TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING PROGRAM MISSION and PHILOSOPHY MISSION Durham Technical Community College s Associates Degree Nursing program s mission is to foster an environment of scholarly excellence that prepares diverse student populations to be nursing leaders that are compassionate, professional, self-motivated critical thinkers, who will improve the health and wellness of local, national and global communities. PHILOSOPHY The Associate Degree Nursing program supports the mission of the NC Community College System and the mission of Durham Technical Community College. The faculty is committed to providing accessible high quality nursing education to meet the diverse and changing health care needs of the service area and to promoting the development of qualified students prepared for the professional role of registered nurse at the entry level. Graduates of the program may be eligible to take the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN). The philosophy of the Associate Degree Nursing program is derived from the faculty s beliefs about the individual, environment, health, nursing, practice, and education of the Associate Degree nurse. The faculty of the Durham Tech Associate Degree Nursing program believes in a culture of holism and affirms the human person as an individual who is a complex, multidimensional, unique, and significant being possessing inherent value and worth and who is also a member of a family, community, and a culturally diverse society. All individuals have dynamic physiological, psychological, socio-cultural, spiritual, and developmental needs that contribute to health, quality of life, and achievement of potential. Each individual has a right to access health care and information that will assist him/her to participate actively in his/her health care in order to achieve the highest level of wellness possible. All individuals should be cared for, respected, nurtured, understood, and assisted within the context of their environment. Patient centeredness must be the focus of providing and managing nursing care. Nurses must use their skills and knowledge to enhance human flourishing for their clients, for their communities, and for themselves. The individual interacts constantly with a changing environment that consists of both internal and external forces. These forces vary throughout the lifespan and have the potential to cause stress in the individual. Adaptation to the environment requires the individual to change throughout the lifespan. The organization s systems and the individual s characteristics influence how well the individual is able to adapt to his or her environment. Considering both the context and the environment, the nurse can assist the individual to alter aspects of the environment and to utilize innate and learned coping mechanisms to adapt to these stressors. Health is an ever-changing state of mental, physical, and spiritual well-being. It exists on a continuum from optimal wellness to illness and ends in death. The individual s needs for health care are determined by his/her position on the continuum. Each individual s health is based on his/her cultural perceptions and beliefs of health and illness and on the ability to adapt to internal and external environmental forces. To the extent of their capabilities, individuals are responsible for and capable of identifying, learning, and practicing health ADN HANDBOOK

10 behaviors that can promote wellness, prevent illness, restore or maintain wellness, or achieve a dignified death. Nursing is a profession that combines the science and the art of integrating and assimilating knowledge and skills to deliver client-centered, culturally competent, and holistic care. Knowledge and skills are derived from biological, sociological, and behavioral sciences and from information technology. These skills and knowledge provide the foundation from which nursing judgment occurs. Nursing judgment enables the nurse to integrate the art of nursing with the scientific foundation for nursing practice utilizing the nursing process. Incorporating a spirit of inquiry, evidence-based practice, and good communication skills, the nurse functions autonomously and collaboratively with interdisciplinary teams, to assist individuals to reach their maximum health potential. The goals of safe and quality client outcomes, promotion of wellness, prevention of illness, restoration of health, or assistance in achieving a dignified death are assured through this teamwork approach. The graduate of the Associate Degree Nursing program at Durham is prepared to meet the educational competencies defined by the National League for Nursing and the Nursing Practice Act of North Carolina. Valuing diversity and incorporating caring, holism, ethics, patient centeredness, excellence and integrity, the graduate helps to create a work culture directed toward meeting the health care needs of individuals throughout their lifespan. The graduate incorporates concepts of quality and safety, relationship-centered care, and teamwork into clinical practice to achieve client goals and outcomes and organizational outcomes. Nursing education at the associate degree level is a process that develops professional behaviors, professional identity and judgment necessary to function in the role of the entrylevel nurse. The concept-based nursing curriculum is predicated on a balance of evidencebased nursing theory and practice, general education, and the sciences in an environment conducive to adult and collaborative learning. The Associate Degree Nursing program at Durham Tech provides an education that progresses from simple to complex and addresses the changing health care needs of the individual, significant support person(s), and community. Through these educational experiences, with the utilization of information technology, evidence-based practice, cost-effective strategies, and quality improvement measures, students will have the opportunity to develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Learning is a life-long, continuous process that results in a change of behavior and occurs when the individual is challenged and motivated to enhance excellence in personal and professional development. Teaching and learning are parts of an interactive process between teacher and learner. The responsibility of the faculty of Durham Tech Associate Degree Nursing program is to facilitate the student s understanding and ability to meet the competencies for nursing practice through the design and evaluation of learning experiences. The nursing student is responsible and accountable for actively participating in learning experiences and for developing the knowledge, skills, abilities and professional behaviors necessary to provide quality, client-centered nursing care. ADN HANDBOOK

11 DURHAM TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OUTCOMES and ORGANIZING FRAMEWORK The educational outcomes of the Associate Degree Nursing program incorporate National League for Nursing competencies for Graduates of Associate Degree Nursing Programs and standards established by the North Carolina Board of Nursing. These educational outcomes are the organizing framework for the Associate Degree Nursing curriculum. 1. Advocate for patients and families in ways that promote their self-determination, integrity, and ongoing growth as human beings. 2. Make judgments in practice, substantiated with evidence that integrates nursing science in the provision of safe, quality care and promote the health of patients within a family and community context. 3. Implement one s role as a nurse in ways that reflect integrity, responsibility, ethical practices, and an evolving identity as a nurse committed to evidence-based practice, caring, advocacy, and safe, quality care for diverse patients within a family and community context. 4. Examine the evidence that underlies clinical nursing practice to challenge the statusquo, to question underlying assumptions, and to offer new insights to improve the quality of care for patients, families, and communities. ADN HANDBOOK

12 DURHAM TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING PROGRAM OUTCOMES Consistent with the mission and goals of the college and with the educational outcomes of the program and National League for Nursing Criteria, the following outcomes have been selected by the faculty to assist in measuring the quality and effectiveness of the program: 1. Meets educational needs of eligible nursing applicants in the service areas of the college, primarily Durham and Orange counties; 2. Demonstrates a cohort retention rate at or above the state average for ADN programs; 3. Graduates classes that pass the NCLEX-RN with a minimum three year average of 95 percent of the national pass rate on the first writing; 3. Graduates students who a. become employed in nursing b. practice registered nursing that reflects the educational outcomes of the program and of the National League for Nursing c. verbalize reasonable satisfaction with their program of learning d. demonstrate satisfactory nursing practice to their employers 4. Improves the graduation rate of minority students; 5. Graduates students who contribute to nursing and health care of individuals through employment in local clinical agencies; 6. Graduates students who continue professional development activities; and 7. Maintains full approval from the North Carolina Board of Nursing, accreditation from the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) and meets standards of the college and other regulatory agencies such as the NC Community College System (NCCCS) and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS). ADN HANDBOOK

13 DURHAM TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING FACULTY & STAFF NAME OFFICE - TECH CENTER PHONE Mark Hand, RN, MSN, CNE 940A Extension 8094 Program Director KIMBERLY ROBERTSON 940 Extension 8107 Program Assistant LOIS BALLEN RN, MSN, CNM 922 Extension 8095 Instructor JOHNNIE BRATTON, RN, MSN 957 Extension 8040 Instructor LESLEY CHAFFIN, RN, MSN 940B Extension 8101 Clinical Coordinator, Instructor JENNIFER FAY, RN, MS 959 Extension 8097 Instructor JOY HANSEN RN, MSN 923 Extension 8118 Instructor BARBARA JACKSON, RN, MSN 958 Extension 8126 Instructor LAVESHIA JOHNSON RN, MSN 956 Extension 8092 Instructor JEMMA SUPERVILLE RN, MSN 955 Extension 8133 Instructor CHRISTINE WEEKS RN, MSN 921 Extension 8105 Instructor ADN HANDBOOK

14 DURHAM TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Students applying for the Associate Degree Nursing program beginning in the fall semester must complete the following admissions steps: Attend a mandatory information session on the Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) program. Complete and send in the enrollment application to Admissions and Enrollment Services. Request your high school and college transcripts and submit them to the Durham Tech Student Information and Records office for evaluation of transfer credits and completed prerequisites. Take the COMPASS and NCDAP placement tests. Attend a ConnectSession (college orientation). Students are required to follow these steps to apply to the ADN clinical classes. Entry into the ADN program involves a competitive admissions process. Completing these steps does not guarantee admission. 1. Meet with your assigned advisor to develop your comprehensive education plan. You will be notified via ConnectMail letting you know about advising and how to find your advisor s name in WebAdvisor My Profile. 2. Complete ACA 122: College Transfer Success course if required. 3. Complete the English Language Requirement form. 4. For students who meet the definition of non-native speaker (see English Language Requirement), complete the COMPASS ESL/Versant OR complete the TOEFL test and obtain required scores. 5. Complete the prerequisites for BIO 168 if required. Prerequisites for BIO 168 are the following: ENG 090 and RED 090, or DRE 098; MAT 070 or DMA 010, 020, 030, 040, 050, 060. In addition, students who have not had high school biology and chemistry within the past ten years or college level biology and chemistry with no time limit, will need to take either BIO 092 and CHM 094 or CHM 130 and CHM 130A. 6. Take the TEAS V test. There is a fee to take the TEAS. Students must achieve a minimum composite score of 58.7 percent and a minimum score of 69 percent on reading. Students may take the TEAS V twice within a 12-month period. If a student takes the TEAS V more than twice in a 12 month period, only the first two scores will be considered. For more information about the TEAS V, consult the ADN information on our website. 7. Review and complete the application packet, which includes the ADN Application/Competitive Admissions Worksheet, the Clinical Training form, and the English Language Requirement form. 8. Submit the completed applications packet (all items in one packet) to the Nursing admissions counselor by February 1 of the year you wish to enter the nursing clinical courses. ADN HANDBOOK

15 9. All students accepted into the program will be notified via their ConnectMail account no later than April 1. Spaces in the nursing program will be offered to students based on the following point system with students having the highest number of points being offered seats first. In case of a tie in the number of points, initial date of application to the program will be used as a basis for offering seats. If a student is not offered a seat in the nursing program and wishes to be considered for the next year, the student must reapply. Points will be awarded for: Quality points for grade in BIO 168: A =( 4 x 4 credits) = 16, B = 12, C = 8) Quality points for grade in BIO 169: A = (4 x 4 credits) = 16, B = 12, C = 8) Completion of the following courses o ACA 122 o ENG 111 o PSY 150 o PSY 241 o BIO 271 Resident of Durham or Orange County Additional requirements: 1 point (or waiver) 3 points 3 points 3 points 3 points 5 points Students must be listed on the NC Registry as a NA I by June 15 of the year they begin the nursing clinical courses. Go to for information on prerequisites Students must pass the computer competency test OR complete CIS 110 or CIS 113 before graduation. Criminal background checks and drug screens must be completed prior to the first NUR course. If you are an international student, you will need to schedule an interview with Durham Tech's international student advisor for a document check. Please call for an appointment. You will receive a Notice of Acceptance to your ConnectMail when you are officially accepted into a program of study. View the dates, times, and locations for advising and registration at ADN HANDBOOK

16 DURHAM TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING PROGRAM REQUIRMENTS HEALTH REQUIREMENTS The Student Medical form is required by clinical agencies for students to be able to participate in clinical experiences. The Associate Degree Nursing program will indicate to students when these forms are to be completed. It is expected that the student will submit an honest and accurate record. Omissions, whether intentional or not, are in violation of the college s Academic Honesty policy. Any student found in violation of this policy will not be permitted to participate in clinical and may be dismissed from the college. Once the Medical form is completed and submitted to the program, the student is responsible for notifying the program in writing of ANY changes to the Medical form within five business days of the change. Failure to follow these procedures will lead to the student s inability to participate in clinical. Students should follow these guidelines when completing the Student Medical form: This form should be completed no more than six months before the student begins the clinical program by the physician/physician s assistant/nurse practitioner who is familiar with the student and his/her medical history. o If you are being treated for any medical or mental health condition that requires continued treatment or monitoring, you MUST have the physician who is treating you complete the medical part of the form. o If you are not being treated currently for a medical condition, you may have any physician complete the medical part of the form. Be sure that the physician completes the section marked * for students admitted to Health Sciences Programs and he/she SIGNS (not a stamp) and dates the form. The Immunization Record is extremely important. To avoid problems completing this information, first read the Guidelines for Completing Immunization Record in your medical form packet. If you have any questions, please refer them to the clinical coordinator for the nursing program. The student must complete the pages Report of Medical History and Family & Personal Health History. ALL boxes must be checked either Yes or No including the year or explanation, as indicated. Students MUST list an accurate account of all drugs, medicines, vitamins, minerals and any herbal/natural product (prescription and nonprescription) used and how often they are used. When the Student Medical form is complete, the student should MAKE A COPY for his/her personal record and SIGN the attached form to be submitted with the original medical form to the program. Please contact the clinical coordinator for the program if you have any questions. I am submitting this completed Medical form and attest that it is true and complete to the best of my knowledge. I understand that if anything on this form changes while I am a student in the health program, I must notify the program director in writing within five business days of the change. Student Signature Date Student Name (Print) ADN HANDBOOK

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