CNA - Role delineation, knowledge, skills, and practice requirements

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1. E. SKILLS

1.1. #1 Wash hands

1.2. #2 Perform oral hygiene

1.3. #3 Shave a patient

1.4. #4 Perform nail care

1.5. #5 Give perineal care

1.6. #6 Give partial bath

1.7. #7 Give a shower or tub bath

1.8. #8 Make occupied bed

1.9. #9 Dress a patient

1.10. #10 Transfer patient to wheelchair using a transfer belt

1.11. #11 Transfer using mechanical lift (if available)

1.12. #12 Ambulate with transfer belt

1.13. #13 Feed a patient

1.14. #14 Calculate intake and output

1.15. #15 Place patient in a side-lying position

1.16. #16 Perform passive range of motion

1.17. # 17 Apply and remove personal protective equipment

1.18. #18 Measure and record temperature, pulse and respiration

1.19. #19 Measure and record blood pressure

1.20. #20 Measure and record weight

1.21. #21 Measure and record height

2. D. BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

2.1. Unit 1: The role and responsibility of the nursing assistant

2.2. Unit 2: Communication and interpersonal relationships

2.3. Unit 3: Safety and infection control

2.4. Unit 4: Anatomy and physiology

2.4.1. A. Musculoskeletal system

2.4.2. B. Urinary sytem

2.4.3. C. Integumentary system

2.4.4. D. Cardiovascular system

2.4.5. E. Respiratory system

2.4.6. F. Endocrine system

2.4.7. G. Sensory system

2.4.8. H. Digestive system

2.4.9. I. Nervous system

2.4.10. J. Growth and development

2.4.11. K. Medical terminology

2.5. Unit 5: Bed making and environmental comfort

2.6. Unit 6: Personal care procedures

2.6.1. A. Skin care

2.6.2. B. Oral hygiene

2.6.3. C. Bathing procedures

2.6.4. D. Dressing and undressing

2.6.5. E. Shaving

2.6.6. F. Nail and hair care

2.7. Unit 7: Vital signs

2.8. Unit 8: Nutritional requirements and techniques

2.9. Unit 9: Admission and discharge procedures

2.10. Unit 10: Exercise and activity

2.11. Unit 11: Elimination procedures

2.11.1. A. Urinary bladder elimination

2.11.2. B. Bowel elimination

2.11.3. C. Collection of specimens

2.12. Unit 12: Unsterile warm and cold applications

2.13. Unit 13: Rehabilitation of patient with special needs

2.14. Unit 14: Patients with nervous system disorders

2.15. Unit 15: Care of patients with diabetes

2.16. Unit 16: Care of patients with respiratory diseases

2.17. Unit 17: Care of client with cognitive impairment

2.18. Unit 18: Care of clients who are grieving, dying, or deceased

3. A. THE ROLE OF A CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT (CNA)

3.1. Perform basic care services for a patient in the (acute care setting) or resident (long-term care setting)

3.2. Function in the role of nursing assistant under the supervision of a BSN prepared registered nurse (RN) or licensed practical nurse (LPN)

4. References

4.1. Morton College. (2014). NUR 105 Basic nursing assistant handbook. Retrieved from http://www.morton.edu/Sites/Nursing-Assistant/NUR-105-Basic-Nursing-Assistant-Handbook-2013-2014

4.2. Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services. (2013) Texas curriculum for nurse aides in long-term care facilities (4th ed.) Retrieved from http://www.siracareertraining.com/documents/92929907.pdf

4.3. Nevada State Board of Nursing. (2006). The nursing assistant training program: Model curriculum. Retrieved fromhttp://nevadanursingboard.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/CNA-Model-Curriculum-Aug-2006.pdf

5. B. GOALS OF THE INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM

5.1. To introduce the learner to the health care field of nursing assistant

5.2. To provide learners with experiences in the classroom and in the clinical areas that result in development of basic competencies requires of nursing assistants

5.3. To provide the learns with competencies that are prerequisite to specific areas and job entry

5.4. To provide the learner with training required for employments as a nursing assistant

5.5. To provide learners who have completed a nursing assistant (Auxilllary) training program with the opportunities to update their skills

6. C. Sample curriculum