EDUCATION CATALOGUE. Nursing Education & School of Continuing Education in Nursing

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1 The Mount Sinai Hospital Department of Nursing New York City The Mount Sinai Hospital Department of Nursing New York City 2015 EDUCATION CATALOGUE Nursing Education & School of Continuing Education in Nursing Staff Development / Clinical Initiatives Basic & Advanced Cardiac Life Support / Orientation Nursing Education & School of Continuing Education in Nursing

2 THE MOUNT SINAI HOSPITAL DEPARTMENT OF NURSING NURSING EDUCATION / PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE Carol Porter, DNP, RN, FAAN Chief Nursing Officer/Senior Vice President Nursing & Patient Care Services Amy Albano, MBA, BSN, RN, FACHE Senior Director, Nursing Operations, Finance, and Quality Elizabeth Rolston, M.Ed., RN Director of Nursing Education, Research and Improvement, Mount Sinai Queens The Mount Sinai Hospital, is the first full-service hospital in Manhattan to earn the Magnet Designation from the American Nurses Credentialing Center, the gold standard in nursing excellence. Management Staff Medel Paguirigan EdD, RN, CNE, CNN Senior Manager, Nursing Research and Education Catherine Schaefer, RN, JD Senior Manager, Professional Practice NURSING EDUCATION SPECIALISTS/Clinical Program Managers Anthony Auditore, MSN, RN Professional Development Specialist Mount Sinai Queens Virginia DeFina, MS, RN, FNP, BC Education Specialist, Centralized/Rehabilitation Center Kathleen Karsten, PhD, RN-BC Professional Development Specialist Mount Sinai Queens, Per Diem Carol Manns, MSN, RN Clinical Program Manager, Centralized Services, Orientation programs Rosalinda Margulies, MPH, RNC Education Specialist, GI Surgical Specialities Harmon Mercer, MS, RN, CCRN Education Specialist, Evening Night Education Deborah McMillan-Coddington, MS, RN, CHPN Professional Development Specialist Mount Sinai Queens, Per Diem Susan Nevins, MA, RN, ANP, CNRN, CCRN Education Specialist, Centralized/ Critical Care / Psychiatry Services Lashon Pitter, MSN, MBA, RN Clinical Program Manager, Pediatrics Emma Rafol, MA, RN, CS, CCRN Education Specialist, Medical Services and Ambulatory Care Nadine Sanders, MPS, RNC Education Specialist, Medical Services CLINICAL SPECIALTY EDUCATORS Nenita Alday, MA RN, CNOR Nurse Educator-Clinician, Perioperative Services Per Diem Maria Cristina Uy, MSN, BSN, RN Clinical Program Manager, Perioperative Services Kathleen Diatta, RN, BSN, MS, PhD(c) Clinical Nurse Manager, CCU Victoria Dayrit, MA, RN-C, CCRN Nurse Clinician-Educator, Heart Hospital, Per Diem Josephine Garcesa-duque, MSN, RN, CCRN Clinical Program Manager, Heart Hospital Yolanda George Clinical Specialty Coordinator, Rehabilitation Karen Laufer, MA, RN, CPN Education Specialist, Per Diem Steve Lawrence, MSN, RN Clinical Instructor, Mount Sinai Queens, Per Diem Victor A. Murgolo, Jr., BS, RN, CCRN Nurse Clinician, Surgical ICU / Surgical Services, Per Diem Illouise Murillo, MSN, RN, NPP Manager, PI, Education & Research, Psychiatry Cindy Nelson-Lewis, BSN, RN Nurse Educator/Clinician, Heart Hospital, Interventional Cardiology Margaret Ort, RN, MSN, CNL,CEN Education Specialist, Perioperative Services SUPPORT STAFF Brendan Bullen, MPA Professional Practice, Data Manager Thomas Denardo Technology Specialist Tanyette Dewese Credentials Coordinator Sumele Graham Equipment Technician Erika Maldonado Conferences/Conventions Reimbursement Assistant Jomira Nunez Administrative Assistant Mount Sinai Queens Paula Olfonse Assistant to the Director/ Office Manager Lillian Ramos Administrative Assistant Joan Richards, MSN, RN, CNE School Affiliation Coordinator

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4 PREFACE This Education Catalog is a guide to the programs offered by The Mount Sinai Hospital through Nursing Education and The School of Continuing Education in Nursing. Programs are designed for orientation, staff development and continuing education as well as clinical initiatives. Nursing Education provides professional development and educational support for the Department of Nursing within The Mount Sinai Hospital. Educational support is also provided for other clinical departments/personnel in the hospital. The Mount Sinai Hospital School of Continuing Education in Nursing offers programs to the professional health care and lay community. The Mount Sinai Hospital is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Alabama Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center s Commission on Accreditation. Programs that have completed this review are identified accordingly. Programs are for identified hospital staff and the outside professional and lay communities. Courses are predominantly free to Mount Sinai nursing staff unless otherwise noted. *Online Registration only for Employees: Process for Mount Sinai Employees: Registering for Nursing Education Courses on PEAK Portal for Education and the Advancement of Knowledge - The Mount Sinai Hospital s Learning Management System Go to peak.mountsinai.org Login using current network username and password Click on Course Catalogue - Nursing Select course and register You will receive a confirmation once registration is complete. Outside participants: Contact Nursing Education at: (212) or at:

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6 TABLE OF CONTENTS ORIENTATION PROGRAMS Assistive Nursing Personnel Orientation Program (PCA,NA, Tech) Business Associate Orientation Program Cardiovascular Technician Orientation Program Clinical Director Nursing Orientation Program Clinical Nurse Nursing Introductory Concept-Based Education Orientation Management/Advanced Practice Nursing Introductory Concept-Based Education Orientation Per Diem/Agency Nursing Orientation Program Student Nurse Intern Nursing Introductory Concept-Based Education Orientation Surgical Technician Orientation Program BASIC/ADVANCED CARDIAC LIFE SUPPORT PROGRAMS Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Full Course Program Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Full Renewal Program Basic Cardiac Life Support (BCLS) Full Course Program Basic Cardiac Life Support (BCLS) Full Renewal Program BCLS Instructor Program BCLS Instructor Renewal Program Heartsaver-AED Program Pediatric Advanced Cardiac Life Support (PALS) Full Course Program Pediatric Advanced Cardiac Life Support (PALS) Renewal Program Totsaver STAFF DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS Behind the Scenes: Nursing Research for High School Students Cardiac Dysrhythmia Interpretation Course* (2 Day Course) Cardiopulmonary Physical Assessment Workshop* 2015 Cardiovascular Nurse & Technologist Symposium Competency Day Critical Care Core Program* Culturally Competent Nursing Care* Emergency Nursing Core Course and Certification Update* Essentials of Pediatric Management* Evidence-Based Practice Workshop / Change Management* Fundamentals of Leadership* Geriatric Resource Nurse (GRN) Introduction to Gerontology Introduction to Common Cardiac Dysrhythmias (4 Hour Course)* Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) IV Therapy Initial Program Mechanical Ventilation Workshop* Mock Code 2015 Mount Sinai Heart Nurse Practitioner Symposium* Mount Sinai School of Medicine Affiliated Programs Nursing Grand Rounds* (Day/Night Sessions)* Nursing Research Day* ONS Chemotherapy and Biotherapy Course ONS Chemotherapy and Biotherapy Renewal Course Patient Monitoring Systems GE Telemetry / Bedmaster Phlebotomy Workshop RN Preceptor Program* School Affiliation Orientation Program Stroke Education - Time is Brain - Time is Function - Time is Recovery Treatment Basics: Antineoplastic Therapy in the Non-Oncology Setting* Webinar: Accountability in your RN Practice* * Contact Hours will be awarded

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8 assistive Nursing personnel orientation program (PCA, NA, tech) This is a two week centralized program designed to provide the newly hired Assistive Nursing Personnel (Patient Care Associate, Nursing Assistant, Medical Clinical Associate, Mental Health Associate, Surgical Care Associate, Ambulatory/ED/Dialysis Technician) with the knowledge and skills essential to function in his/her role. Participants are evaluated in their patient observation skills, interpersonal and technical skills within a competency based assessment process. Identify the role & responsibilities of the specific position. Identify basic human anatomy and physiology. Demonstrate knowledge of basic medical terminology. Demonstrate methods for effective communication with patients, families and members of the health care team. Identify hospital policies/procedures relating to the specific role. Identify professional code of conduct/behavior in the performance of the specific role. Demonstrate competency in technical skills/procedures/ EMR documentation relevant to the specific role. Complete Departmental/Regulatory Agency Mandated programs. Newly hired Patient Care Associates, Nursing Assistants, MHAs, SCAs and Technicians Virginia DeFina, MS, RN-BC, NP - Program Leader Education Specialist Date/Time All sessions are from January 26 - February 6 March 30 - April 10 *May 26 - June 5 (NB June 1) July 27 - August 7 September 14 - September 25 November 30 - December 11 * Memorial Day Holiday N.B. - New Beginnings/Hospital Orientation is on Day 1 Note: SCAs and IR Technicians only attend Days 1-4 unless otherwise noted 35 E. 102 Street, 2nd floor Registration Please call Nursing Recruitment & Retention at Monday - Friday between , or 1

9 BUSINESS ASSOCIATE ORIENTATION PROGRAM This centralized orientation program is designed to prepare the newly hired Business Associate for their role within The Mount Sinai Hospital. The program includes a review of Regulatory Programs, Foundations of Customer Service and Clinical Computer Skills. objectives Complete Departmental and Regulatory Agency mandated programs. Demonstrate methods for effective communication with patients, families and members of the health care team using the principles of Customer Service. Demonstrate knowledge of the computer systems specific to the Business Associate role. Newly Hired Business Associates Carol Manns, MSN, RN - Program Leader Clinical Program Manager Training and Education Information Technology DATE/TIMe January 5-9 July February 9-13 August March 9-13 August 31 - September 4 April October May November 9-13 June 15-19* December * Note NB on either 6/8 or 6/22 location Day 1: New Beginnings Day 2: Didactic in Nursing Education in 35 E 102 St 2nd floor Lecture Hall Day 3: Didactic in Training and Education in 19 E 98 St. 2D and Nursing Education Day 4 & 5: Computer/Technical training in 5 E 98 St. SB room 11 Registration Please call Nursing Recruitment & Retention at , Monday-Friday between , or 2

10 Cardiovascular Technician orientation program This is a two week centralized program designed to provide the newly hired Cardiovascular Technician with the knowledge and skills essential to function in his/her role within the Cardiac Cath Lab setting. objectives Identify role/responsibilities of Cardiovascular Technician. Demonstrate methods for effective communication with patients, families and members of the health care team. Demonstrate knowledge of basic medical terminology. Describe basic anatomy & physiology of cardiovascular system. Distinguish cardiac dysrhythmias and discuss the indications for the use of pacemakers. Identify hemodynamic monitoring equipment and their functions. Identify various invasive procedures done in the Cardiac Cath Lab as they relate to the Cardiovascular Technician role. Discuss the principles of aseptic technique and the protocol for infection control. Identify hospital policies/procedures relating to the Cardiovascular Technician role. Identify professional code of conduct/behavior in the performance of the Cardiovascular Technician role. Demonstrate competency in technical skills/procedures/ EMR documentation relevant to the Cardiovascular Technician role. Complete Departmental and Regulatory Agency Mandated programs. Newly hired Cardiovascular Technician Cindy Nelson-Lewis, BSN, RN - Program Leader DATE/TIMe Programs are given upon request location 35 E. 102 Street, 2nd floor Registration Please call Nursing Recruitment & Retention at , Monday-Friday between , or 3

11 clinical director orientation program This is a self-directed program designed to provide the newly hired Clinical Director with an orientation to The Mount Sinai Hospital. objectives Identify the variety of services & administrative processes within the institution that are critical to patient care. Identify the various professional disciplines and their relationship to Nursing and Patient Care Services operations. Identify the concepts and initiatives for Relationship Centered Care, Patient Satisfaction, Quality Performance/Improvement, Patient Access, Case Management, and the development of alliances within The Mount Sinai Hospital and related Health System affiliates. Discuss the process for Facility Planning within the institution. Describe the process of Operational Planning and Certificates of Need (CON) regulations. Identify Information Technology and Data Processing systems utilized within the institution. Explain/interpret systems/reports/budgets relating to Finance Department. Identify standards/issues relating to Risk Management, Regulatory Agencies and Performance Improvement. Apply principles of Labor Relations according to contractual agreements for employees. Identify the responsibilities of Human Resources and Recruitment & Retention staff. Demonstrate knowledge of services provided by the Security Department to insure patient and staff safety. Define the systems/standards for patient admissions and Patient Access/bed assignment/capacity programs. Identify the functions of the Emergency Department and the process for patient triage/ admission/emergency preparedness. Identify the Laboratory Information System and results/order entry system and functions within the hospital. Demonstrate knowledge of Medical Records services and the relationship to patient operations. Discuss the Length of Stay (LOS) and Interdisciplinary Clinical Program initiatives within the hospital. Discuss the role of The Mount Sinai Hospital Joseph F. Cullman Jr. Institute for Patient Care and related quality initiatives. Identify the services/standards of the Infection Control Department. Discuss the role and activities of Public Affairs and Marketing. Newly Hired Clinical Directors / Associate Directors Medel Paguirigan, EdD, RN, CNE, CNN - Program Leader Senior Manager, Nursing Education & Research Date/Time Programs are given upon request Registration Please call Nursing Recruitment & Retention at , Monday-Friday between , or 4

12 CLINICAL NURSE Nursing Introductory Concept-Based Education (NICE) orientation OVERVIEW This centralized program designed to prepare the newly hired clinical nurse with an orientation to The Mount Sinai Hospital Department of Nursing, is formulated to reflect one s role, experience/competency required within a conceptual framework of professional development and adult education. OBJECTIVES Identify the major operational processes of the institution. Identify concepts of Nursing and Patient Care Services. Demonstrate knowledge of the Professional Practice Model & The Nursing Care Delivery System, including Relationship-Centered Care and Modified Primary Nursing Discuss one s role & responsibilities for the delivery of quality patient care and the patient experience. Apply concept based learning within an interactive methodology Complete a competency based assessment of relevant clinical skills for the performance of one s role. Demonstrate knowledge of the clinical computer systems and complete competency based EMR sessions. Complete Departmental and Regulatory Agency mandated programs. TARGET POPULATION Newly Hired Registered Nurses FACULTY Carol Manns, MSN, RN Clinical Program Manager Program Leader DATE/TIME All sessions are from January 5-20* July February 9-23** August March 9-23 August 31 - September 14**** April October May 11-26*** November 9-23 June 8-22 December 7-23 * MLK Holiday **Presidents Day ***Memorial Day **** Labor Day LOCATION 35 E. 102 Street, 2nd floor Registration Please call Nursing Recruitment & Retention at Monday - Friday between , or 5

13 MANAGEMENT / ADVANCED PRACTICE Nursing Introductory Concept-Based EDUCATION (NICE) orientation OVERVIEW This is a minimum of a seven-day orientation program designed to orient the newly hired Clinical Nurse Manager, Coordinators, Administrator/Advanced Practice Nurse to the role and responsibilities within the Department of Nursing and Patient Care Services. The program includes reviews of various administrative and patient care processes required for the delivery of nursing/health care. OBJECTIVES Identify the major institutional operational processes. Describe the Professional Practice Model/Nursing Care Delivery System, including Relationship Centered Care & Modified Primary Nursing. Identify the concepts of Patient Satisfaction and contributors for a quality patient experience. Discuss one s role and responsibilities within the Hospital. Complete computer based EMR & Staffing / Scheduling system workshops, as applies. Complete a competency based assessment of various clinical and/or administrative skills. Complete Departmental/Regulatory Agency Mandated programs. Discuss the requirements and process for credentialing.* Describe the various clinical and support services available for patient management/referral. *Nurse Practitioner/Midwife/CRNA only TARGET POPULATION Newly hired Clinical Nurse Managers, Evening/Night Assistant Administrators, Midwives, Nurse Anesthetists, Nurse Clinicians, Nurse Practitioners, Education Specialists and Clinical Coordinators. FACULTY Virginia DeFina, MS, RN-BC, NP - Program Leader Education Specialist DATE/TIME All sessions are from * MLK Holiday **Presidents Day ***Memorial Day **** Labor Day January 5-20* May 11-26*** August 31 - September 14 February 9-23** June 8-22 October March 9-23 July November 9-23 April August December 7-23 LOCATION 35 E. 102 Street, 2nd floor Registration Please call Nursing Recruitment & Retention at Monday - Friday between , or 6

14 PER DIEM/Agency ORIENTATION PROGRAM OVERVIEW This orientation program designed to prepare Per Diem, Traveler / Agency RNs for their role within the Hospital. The program includes review of policies, procedures, regulatory programs, clinical & computer skills and unit orientation. Note: Orientation to the EMR is an additional 1-3 days of training. OBJECTIVES Demonstrate proficiency in general medication knowledge. Demonstrate basic proficiency in general medical/surgical or specialized practices if assigned to the following areas: ED, L & D, Critical Care, Telemetry, Pediatrics, OR and PACU. Discuss policies and procedures utilized within the Department of Nursing/ Specialty Services. Describe the Professional Practice Model/Nursing Care Delivery System and the optimization of the patient experience. Document using EMR as applies. Describe institutional medication administration procedures. Complete Regulatory Agency Mandated programs. Demonstrate satisfactory performance of generic and unit based clinical and computer skills. TARGET POPULATION Per Diem, Traveler/Agency Nurses FACULTY Carol Manns, MSN, RN - Program Leader Clinical Program Manager DATE/TIME January July February 17-20* August March September 8-11** April October May November June 8-12 December 7-11 Day 1: Didactic Day 2, 4 & 5 = EMR Day 3 = Unit Based *Presidents Day **Labor Day 35 E. 102 Street, 2nd floor Registration Please call Nursing Recruitment & Retention at Monday - Friday between , or 7

15 STUdent nurse intern Nursing Introductory Concept-Based Education (NICE) orientation OVERVIEW This is a one-week centralized program designed to provide newly hired student nurse interns (SNI) with the knowledge and skills essential to function in his/her role. Participants are evaluated in their patient observation/ assessment skills, and interpersonal and technical skills within a competency based process. OBJECTIVES Identify the role and responsibilities of the SNI position. Identify hospital policies/procedures relating to the SNI role. Demonstrate methods for effective communication with patients, families and members of the health care team. Describe the Professional Practice Model/Nursing Care Delivery System and the optimization of the patient experience. Identify professional code of conduct/behavior in the performance of the SNI role. Demonstrate competency in technical skills/procedures and EMR documentation relevant to the SNI role. Complete Departmental/Regulatory Agency Mandated programs. Preceptor Workshop for sni preceptors MAY : 35 E102 Street, 2nd floor TARGET population Baccalaureate nursing students who have completed at least one clinical/hospital rotation. Carol Manns, MSN, RN - Program Leader Clinical Program Manager DATe/TIME Centralized Orientation June EMR June 5 BCLS Full or Renewal June 17 Work Schedule* June 10 - Aug. 15 Graduation** August Hatch Auditorium * May end earlier if school resumes. 35 E. 102 Street, 2nd floor Registration Please call Nursing Recruitment & Retention at Monday - Friday between , or 8

16 SURGICAL TECHNICIAN ORIENTATION PROGRAM OVERVIEW This is a two-week orientation program designed to provide the newly hired Surgical Technician with the knowledge and skills required to function at a basic entry level of practice in the Operating Room/Labor & Delivery. OBJECTIVES Identify the role and responsibilities of the Surgical Technician. Describe basic human anatomy and physiology. Demonstrate knowledge of basic medical terminology. Identify lines of communication, responsibility & accountability for all levels of nursing personnel involved in the perioperative care of patients. Identify hospital policies/procedures and legal implications governing a patient undergoing surgical intervention. Apply principles of aseptic technique in the Operating Room/ Labor & Delivery Room. Demonstrate competency in technical skills/procedures/ and EMR documentation relevant to the Surgical Technician role. Complete Departmental & Regulatory Agency Mandated programs. TARGET population Newly Hired Surgical Technicians FACULTY Virginia DeFina, MS, RN-BC, NP - Program Leader Education Specialist Maria Christina Uy, MSN, RN, CNOR Clinical Program Manager DATE/TIME All sessions are from OR/OB surgical Technician Orientation Jan Generic July Generic Jan 30 - Feb 6 Specialized July 31 - Aug. 7 Specialized March 30 - April 2 Generic Sept Generic April 3-10 Specialized Sept Specialized May Generic Nov Dec. 3 Generic June 1-5 Specialized Dec Specialized *Thanksgiving Holiday 35 E. 102 Street, 2nd floor Registration Please call Nursing Recruitment & Retention at Monday - Friday between , or 9

17 ADVANCED CARDIAC LIFE SUPPORT (ACLS) FULL COURSE OVERVIEW Designed to teach/update healthcare providers the American Heart Association (AHA) standards for adult victims of cardiac arrest and/or other cardiac emergencies through mastery of select psychomotor skills and successful completion of a written exam. OBJECTIVES Recognize selected clinical situations and describe appropriate treatment decisions using ACLS algorithms. Demonstrate appropriate use of the defibrillator, external pacemaker, airway adjuncts and intubation equipment. Direct and supervise mock arrest team in sequence consistent with ACLS guidelines. Successfully complete AHA comprehensive written examination. TARGET population Mandatory for RNs in the ED and all adult ICUs & PACU, CRC, Radiology IR, L&D, Endoscopy, Dental Clinic Mandatory for all inpatient NPs/PAs, midwives, CRNAs, and MDs with sedation / anesthesia privileges FACULTY Susan Nevins, MA, RN, ANP, CNRN, CCRN - Program Leader Education Specialist, Critical Care Kevin Munjal, MD - Co-Program Leader Attending, Emergency Department Education Specialists, Clinical Program Managers, Emergency Department MDs DATE/TIME FULL COURSE Retake Exam at 0830 January 15 & 16 January 20 March 25 & 26 March 30 May 4 & 5 May 8 *June 23 & 24 (New Housestaff/APN s only) June 25 August 4 & 5 August 7 October 27 & 28 October 30 December 8 & 9 December 11 * Time for June 24 & FEE/REGISTRATION Full Course $350 outside, $275 MS Health System Affiliates $125 MSH / MSQ MD/PA/Med students $65 MS Health System RNs Fund transfers must be submitted on or before the course. Bring $10 CASH ONLY to obtain an official REMSCO card, unless paying full fee 10

18 ADVANCED CARDIAC LIFE SUPPORT (ACLS) RENEWAL DATE/TIME RENEWAL Renewal requirements may be completed on the first day of session provided the student is proficient in skills. Must have taken ACLS Full Program in the past. Retake Exam at 1300 January (retake 1/16) February (retake 2/20) March (retake 3/26) May (retake 5/5) June 23 (Housestaff/APNs only) (retake 6/24)* (retake 0830) August (retake 8/5) September (retake 10/5)* (retake 0830) October (retake 10/28) November (retake 11/4) December (retake 12/9) Prerequisite Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) Provider Manual 2011 American Heart Association Completion of online Pre-Course Assessment available at enter code: compression BCLS Knowledge & ability to perform these skills LOCATION 35 E. 102 Street, 2nd floor (For Housestaff Full Course session only, Lecture in Stern Auditorium) FEE/REGISTRATION RENEWAL $150 MS Health System Affiliates only; $70 MSH / MSQ MD/PA/Med students $70 MS Health System MD/PA/Med students $35 MS Health System RNs Fund transfers must be submitted on or before the course. Bring $10 CASH ONLY to obtain an official REMSCO card, unless paying full fee Course fee payable to The Mount Sinai Hospital Must have valid BCLS certificate from REMSCO or AHA MSH Employees: Registering for Nursing Education Courses on PEAK Go to peak.mountsinai.org Login using current network username and password Click on Course Catalog - Nursing, then select course and register You will receive a confirmation once registration is complete Outside participants: Contact Nursing Education at: (212)

19 BASIC CARDIAC LIFE SUPPORT (BCLS) FULL COURSE program OVERVIEW Designed to teach/update health care providers the American Heart Association (AHA) standards for adult, child and infant one and two rescuer CPR, management of foreign body airway obstruction and use of the automatic external defibrillators (AED). OBJECTIVES Discuss the role of AHA. Discuss health requirements in performing BCLS psychomotor skills. Identify risk factors of heart disease/discuss prudent heart living. Discuss care of the pre-arrest victim. Identify signs and symptoms of cardiac and respiratory arrest. Demonstrate proficiency in the performance of the following psychomotor skills: Adult one and two person rescuer Child one and two person rescuer Infant one and two person rescuer Management of foreign body airway obstruction: Adult Child Infant Airway management and ventilation devices Automated external defibrillator Score a minimum of 84% in the written examination. TARGET POPULATION Healthcare Professionals FACULTY Susan Nevins, MA, RN, ANP, CNRN, CCRN - Program Leader Education Specialist, Critical Care Full COURSE - Day Shift January 14 July 22 February 18 August 19 March 18 September 9 April 22 October 21 May 20 November 18 June 17 December 22 (Tuesday) LOCATION 35 E. 102 Street, 2nd floor FEE/REGISTRATION $90 For outside participants $80 Mount Sinai MDs/non RN staff, Nursing Students/MSH Health System Affiliates $40 MS Health System RNs / NPs Bring $10 CASH ONLY to obtain an official REMSCO card, unless paying full fee. 12

20 BASIC CARDIAC LIFE SUPPORT (BCLS) renewal program Renewal Program 0700 start for Periop Nurses only Day Shift January 14 July 22 February 18 August 19 March 18 September 9 April 22 October 21 May 20 November 18 June 17 December 22 (Tuesday) STAFF CAN COME ANYTIME BUT MUST ARRIVE NO LATER THAN 1300 Registration not required for day session LOCATION 35 E. 102 Street, 2nd floor Evening Shift January 14 July 22 February 18 August 19 March 18 September 9 April 22 October 21 May 20 November 18 June 17 December 22 (Tuesday) One Session: Must arrive promptly at 1700 Pre Registration required for evening session 35 E. 102 Street, 2nd floor FEE/REGISTRATION $80 for outside participants $70 for Mount Sinai MDs/non RN staff, Nursing Students/MSH Health System Affiliates $35 MS Health System RNs / NPs Bring $10 CASH ONLY to obtain an official REMSCO card, unless paying full fee. Course fees payable to The Mount Sinai Hospital MSH Employees: Registering for Nursing Education Courses on PEAK Go to peak.mountsinai.org Login using current network username and password Click on Course Catalog - Nursing, then select course and register You will receive a confirmation once registration is complete Outside participants: Contact Nursing Education at: (212)

21 BCLS INSTRUCTOR program This is a 3-day program designed by American Heart Association (AHA) to prepare current BCLS providers to conduct BCLS courses according to the standards established by AHA. Upon successful completion of program requirements, the participant will receive an Instructor card from AHA. Demonstrate proficiency in BCLS. Discuss the requirements for BCLS Instructor Certification. Discuss strategies for teaching BLS. Apply teaching/learning principles in the instruction of BCLS. Explain administrative and record keeping processes involved in conducting a BCLS course. Conduct a BCLS course with actual students under the supervision and guidance of an instructor/trainer. Healthcare Professionals with valid BCLS (Course C) certificate from AHA Susan Nevins, MA, RN, ANP, CNRN, CCRN - Program Leader Virginia DeFina, MS, RN, NP, BC Carol Manns, MSN, RN Victoria Dayrit, MA, RN, CCRN Linda Margulies, MPH, RNC Michele Galbo, MS, RN, CEN Emma Rafol, MA, RN, CS, CCRN Karen Laufer, MA, RN, CPN Nadine Sanders, MPS, RNC Education Specialists / Clinical Program Managers Date/Time Day 1 & 2 are from (didactic), Day (BCLS Monitoring) February 24 & 27 and Monitoring March 18 September 10 & 14 and Monitoring October 21 Course participants must also be observed teaching a scheduled BCLS Course. For Mount Sinai options, see BCLS Full Course/Renewal Program for available course dates and times. 35 E. 102 Street, 2nd floor Program Requirements Must bring a current, valid American Heart Association (AHA) BCLS Healthcare Provider (Course C) card to the first day of the course. FEE/REGISTRATION $400 for outside participants; $350 MS Health System affiliates. Course fees payable $25 to REMSCO and balance to The Mount Sinai Hospital (Two (2) separate checks required) Fund transfers must be submitted on or before the course. MSH Employees: Registering for Nursing Education Courses on PEAK Go to peak.mountsinai.org Login using current network username and password Click on Course Catalog - Nursing, then select course and register You will receive a confirmation once registration is complete Outside participants: Contact Nursing Education at: (212)

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