STUDENT SUPPLEMENTAL HANDBOOK OAKLAND

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SCHOOL OF NURSINGFALL 2018 – SUMMER 2019STUDENT SUPPLEMENTAL HANDBOOKOAKLAND UNIVERSITY – BEAUMONTGRADUATE PROGRAM OF NURSE ANESTHESIASON Website: http://www.oakland.edu/nursingLike us on Facebook, search for Oakland University School of Nursing.Director of NA Track: Anne Hranchook, DNP, CRNA, hranchoo@oakland.eduSON Academic Adviser for the MSN and post graduate certificate- Nurse Anesthesia: Emily Stepanian-Bennet,fox2@oakland.eduRevised August 31, 2018Each year the Oakland University School of Nursing (SON) publishes an updated MSN and post-MSN Certificate Track (MSN/PMC) studenthandbook. The academic requirements, policies, and procedures described in this handbook are in effect Fall 2016 through Summer 2017 forstudents who have been admitted to the SON graduate program. Students are responsible for following the most current handbook.This handbook reflects information available at the time of publication. OU SON reserves the right to revise this publication at their discretion andto make reasonable changes in requirements to academic and non-academic programs.

TABLE OF CONTENTSOUBGPNA ORGANIATION CHART .5OVERVIEW OF THE SCHOOL OF NURSING .6SCHOOL OF NURSING MISSION . 6SCHOOL OF NURSING VISION . 6SCHOOL OF NURSING PHILOSOPHY . 6THE ESSENTIALS OF MASTER’S EDUCATION IN NURSING . 7MASTER OF SCIENCE IN NURSING PROGRAM OUTCOMES . 7ACCREDITATIONS . 7OVERVIEW OF THE OAKLAND UNIVERSITY-BEAUMONT GRADUATE PROGRAM OF NURSE ANESTHESIA .9OUBGPNA MISSION . 9OUBGPNA PHILOSOPHY . 9OUBGPNA HISTORY & OVERVIEW . 9PROGRAM DESCRIPTION . 10SIMULATION . 10RANKINGS . 11STUDENT RESOURCES . 11OAKLAND UNIVERSITY RESOURCES. 11KRESGE LIBRARY . 12OUBGPNA STUDENT RESOURCES . 12SCHOLARSHIPS/AWARDS . 13OVERVIEW OF THE CURRICULUM . 14OUBGPNA OUTCOME CRITERIA . 14COMPONENTS OF THE MSN CURRICULUM . 15COMPONENTS OF THE POST-MASTERS CERTIFICATE AND GRADUATE CERTIFICATE CURRICULUM . 15ACADEMIC PLAN OF STUDY MASTER’ TRACK. 16ACADEMIC PLAN OF STUDY – POST MASTER’S TRACK. 17CLINICAL INTERNSHIP GUIDELINE POLICIES . 18REQUIREMENTS TO PARTICIPATE IN GRADUATE LEVEL CLINICAL EXPERIENCES . 18Health Insurance . 18Clinical/Health Requirements . 18OUGPNA Clinical Requirements. 19CLINICAL INTERNSHIP OBJECTIVES. 20NRS 607, NRS 617: CLINICAL INTERNSHIP I & II OBJECTIVES . 20NRS 627-637: CLINICAL INTERNSHIP III - IV OBJECTIVES . 23NRS 647, 657, 667: CLINICAL INTERNSHIP V - VII OBJECTIVES . 25CLINICAL SCHEDULING. 27STUDENT’S MONTHLY SCHEDULE. 27SPECIALTY ROTATION SCHEDULE. 27CLINICAL ATTENDANCE . 27CALL-IN PROCEDURE . 27CLINICAL SITES & CONTACT DIRECTORY . 28TIME COMMITMENT . 28Shift times. 28Minimum time between clinical periods . 28Reasonable time commitment . 28Early dismissal . 28Holidays . 28SCHEDULING TIME OFF. 29Vacation Time . 291

Unplanned Absences . 29Unexcused Absences . 29Mission Trips . 29Time off for Certification Renewal . 30Bereavement . 30Jury Duty . 30HUMAN PATIENT SIMULATION LABORATORY (SIM LAB) . 30Student Responsibilities in the SIM Lab . 31STUDENT RESPONSIBILITIES . 31CLINICAL AREA . 31TRACKING CLINICAL EXPERIENCES . 32CARE PLAN REQUIREMENTS . 33CLINICAL POLICIES . 34ATTENDANCE AT CONFERENCES AND DEPARTMENTAL MEETINGS. 34PROCEDURE FOR INJURY, ILLNESS OR EXPOSURE IN THE CLINICAL AREA . 34GRAHAM HEALTH CENTER AT OAKLAND UNIVERSITY . 34HEALTH RELATED COSTS . 35EXPOSURE TO COMMUNICABLE DISEASES . 35EXPOSURE TO ENVIRONMENT AND CHEMICAL HAZARDS. 35HOSPITAL MANUALS, POLICIES AND PROCEDURES . 35HIPAA . 36LINES OF COMMUNICATION POLICY. 36Program Faculty . 36School of Nursing Faculty . 36ATTENDANCE AT ORIENTATIONS . 37GRADUATION EVENTS . 37OAKLAND UNIVERSITY EMERGENCY CLOSING . 37PROGRAM EVALUATION PROCESS . 37STUDENT EVALUATION . 38Evaluation of Student Clinical Performance . 38Student Formal Self-Evaluation . 38End of Semester Clinical Summary Evaluation of Student . 38Self-Evaluation Examination (SEE) . 39FACULTY EVALUATION . 39Faculty of Record and Didactic Instructor Evaluation . 39Student and Faculty Evaluation of Clinical Agencies/Clinical Instructors . 39Program Evaluation. 40ACADEMIC PROGRAM POLICIES . 40CLASS ATTENDANCE . 40ACADEMIC CONDUCT . 40TESTING PROCEDURE . 41Testing Procedure for Students Located at Distance Sites . 42STUDENT EMPLOYMENT . 42STUDENT HEALTH CARE . 42Health Insurance . 42Impairment/Chemical Dependency/Substance Abuse . 43STANDARDS OF PROFESSIONAL PERFORMANCE . 43CORE PERFORMANCE STANDARDS . 43STANDARDS FOR NURSE ANESTHESIA PRACTICE . 44OAKLAND BEAUMONT GRADUATE PROGRAM OF NURSE ANESTHESIA PROFESSIONALISM . 44ETHICS . 44Interpretation and Guidelines . 44Guidelines for Ethical Conduct of a Nurse Anesthesia Educational Program . 45Ethical Responsibilities . 47Social Media Policy . 472

AANA Code of Ethics . 47Bullying . 47Boundary Violations . 48Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act . 48POLICIES AND PROCEDURES FOR PROGRESSION, RETENTION, AND DISMISSAL IN THE SCHOOL OF NURSING . 48PROGRAM PROGRESSION . 48Grading. 48Didactic Evaluation . 48Clinical Evaluation . 48Grievance Hearing Procedure . 49Withdrawal Policy . 49Leave of Absence Policy . 49Application to Graduate . 50APPENDIX A: PROGRAM EVALUATION . 51APPENDIX B: STUDENT SELF EVALUATION . 54APPENDIX C: END OF SEMESTER SUMMARY . 56APPENDIX D: DAILY CLINICAL EVALUATIONS . 58APPENDIX E: DISTANCE STUDENT GUIDELINES . 59APPENDIX F: CLINICAL INSTRUCTOR: SRNA RELATIONSHIP STANDARDS . 63APPENDIX G: SOCIAL MEDIA GUIDELINES . 65APPENDIX H:RECORD OF CLINICAL EXPERIENCES. 66APPENDIX I: SIGNATURE PAGE . 713

Graduate Program of NurseAnesthesiaIn collaboration with BeaumontHealth Systemwww.beaumont.edu/CRNA248-898-8075Welcome LetterSeptember 1, 2017Dear Student:Welcome to the Oakland University - Beaumont Graduate Program of Nurse Anesthesia. The 28 month program ofstudy includes intense didactic instruction and a wide range of clinical experiences that will prepare you to take theNational Certification Examination offered by the National Boards of Certification and Recertification of NurseAnesthetists. Upon completion and graduation of the program, you will be conferred the degree of MSN if you enteredwith a bachelor degree, and a poster master’s certificate if you entered with a master’s degree in nursing. Your specialtytrack is Nurse Anesthesia.Program administration has developed this student handbook for you to use as a resource, reference, and guide to allprogrammatic policies and procedures. In addition to this handbook, it is required that you read and understand allinformation within the Oakland University (OU) Graduate Catalog and the OU School of Nursing (SON) Graduate StudentHandbook. Relevant Beaumont Health manuals, policies and procedures, and other Beaumont Health specificinformation can be found online on the Beaumont website. Students in the Kalamazoo, Marquette and Toledo cohortsand students rotating to affiliate sites will be provided site specific manuals, policies and procedures, and other necessaryinformation at the time of orientation to the various facilities. All are to be used as a resource and reference. Eachstudent is responsible for reviewing and adhering to the academic and clinical requirements for the program.Nurse anesthesia education is extremely dynamic and robust, therefore it is likely that program changes will occurthroughout the 28 months you are enrolled. The program reserves the right to revise all information in this handbookat its discretion and to make reasonable changes in requirements that enhance the program and/or improve the qualityof your education. Administration will communicate changes verbally, in writing, or electronically to all students shouldchanges occur.If you have any questions regarding the information in the program handbooks, please contact program administration.Sincerely,Anne Hranchook, DNP, CRNAMary Golinski, PhD, CRNAAndrea Bittinger, MSN, CRNALinda McDonald, DrAP, CRNALaura Rodgers, MSN, CRNAProgram DirectorAssistant Program DirectorAdmissions & Clinical CoordinatorClinical CoordinatorSimulation & Clinical Coordinator4

OUBGPNA ORGANIZATIONAL CHART5

OVERVIEW OF THE SCHOOL OF NURSINGSchool of Nursing MissionApproved by the SON Faculty Assembly on April 24, 2014The mission of OU SON is to prepare transformational leaders committed to caring and using the best evidence innursing practice, education and research to optimize the health of the public in a diverse ever-changing globalsociety.School of Nursing VisionApproved by the SON Faculty Assembly on April 24, 2014The faculty and graduates of OU SON will be recognized as transformational leaders, caring practitioners and scholarswho optimize the health and well-being of a diverse global society.School of Nursing PhilosophyApproved by the SON Faculty Assembly on February 18, 2016The Oakland University SON Philosophy of Nursing Education is informed by insights into the empirical, aesthetic,ethical, and personal ways of knowing that undergird nursing as a practice discipline, the position that nursing holdsin society, and the relationship that exists between the SON and OU. Nursing’s disciplinary domain has both ascientific and professional practice component. Nursing science discovers, develops, synthesizes, validates, andbrings order to the theoretical and practical knowledge that informs the professional practice of nursing. Professionalnursing care of individuals, families, and communities is a social mandate that carries with it the responsibility toeducate nurses qualified to fulfill the professional role and uphold standards of the profession.The faculty of the SON believes that nursing education: Requires innovative approaches in order to prepare professional nurses now and in the future toaddress the health care needs of individuals, families, and communities through patient-centerednursing care, teamwork and collaboration, communication, and information technology. Has a foundation in the arts and sciences of liberal education which is needed to ground nursing inthe complexity of the human experience. Prepares students to recognize, understand, and work with nursing phenomena and to understandthe results of these efforts in relation to human values including life, justice, personal freedom,health, and well-being. Prepares students to use empirical knowledge as a guide for judgment, decision-making, and theprovision of quality and safe professional nursing practice. Prepares students across all curriculum levels to learn, work, and live productively in ever changingnational and international societies.The faculty of the SON also believes that: Students learn best when challenged by educational experiences that are salient and incorporatereal-life situations and issues related to systems-based practice. Diversity among faculty, students, and members of national and international societies enriches theeducational experience.6

A commitment to life-long learning is essential to the professional development of nurses, thehealth of national and international societies, and the growth of

Director of NA Track: Anne Hranchook, DNP, CRNA, hranchoo@oakland.edu SON Academic Adviser for the MSN and post graduate certificate- Nurse Anesthesia: Emily Stepanian-Bennet, fox2@oakland.edu Revised August 31, 2018 Each year the Oakland University School of Nursing (SON) publishes an updated MSN and post-MSN Certificate Track (MSN/PMC .

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