Diagnostic Medical SonographyStudent HandbookCertificate and Bachelor of Science Programs2021-2022Health Science and Human Services Department2021-2022 Student HandbookGreat Basin College is regionally accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU) which is apostsecondary accrediting agency recognized by the US Department of Education and the Council for Higher EducationAccreditation (CHEA) 8060 – 165th Avenue N.E., Suite 100, Redmond, WA 98052 (425-558-4224)
WELCOME!Revised July 2021Welcome to Great Basin College’s Health Science and Human Services Department. The programsoffered by this department are dynamic professions that offer almost unlimited opportunities andchallenges. They play a key role in the delivery of health care. The roles continually diversify andthe need for more healthcare providers will be greater than ever in the coming decade. You will bejoining more than 400 GBC graduates who are making a difference in the health of their patientsand in the dramatic changes taking place within the health care system!The Health Science and Human Services faculty support the Mission of Great Basin College toenrich lives through student-centered educational programs. We are committed to enriching yourlife and those you care for in the future by preparing you to provide high quality health care and toengage in life-long learning.Amber Donnelli, PhD, RN, CNEDean, Health Science and Human ServicesNursing Programs DirectorPurpose of the Student HandbookThe purpose of this handbook is to assist you in understanding more fully the policies, practices, andprocedures of the Health Science and Human Services Department of Great Basin College. Thishandbook serves as the source of information about the policies and procedures in the programsoffered in the Health Science and Human Services Department (nursing, medical imaging, paramedic,and human services programs). You are required to sign a statement indicating you understand andagree to abide by these policies and guidelines each year that you are in the program. Becausepolicies and procedures are continuously subject to change by external and internal sources, thefaculty review and modify these policies and practices as necessary. Students will be notified in writingof any changes made during the academic year.This handbook is not all-inclusive, nor does it replace the Great Basin College General Catalog or theNevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) Board of Regents Code Title 2, Chapter 6 whichaddresses misconduct. The provisions of this document are not to be regarded as an irrevocablecontract between the student and the GBC HSHS programs.IMPORTANT NOTE: In most cases where a conflict may exist between the guidance in thishandbook and the GBC Catalog, the GBC Catalog shall take precedence. However, someunique aspects of the healthcare education require policies different from those for other GBCstudents, for example, student health requirements.
GREAT BASIN COLLEGEHEALTH SCIENCE AND HUMAN SERVICES PROGRAMSSTUDENT AGREEMENT FOR THE 2021-2022 ACADEMIC YEAR(initial)I have read, understand and agree to abide by the policies and guidelines stated in the GreatBasin College Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program 2021-2022 Student Handbook.(initial)I understand that as a condition of enrollment in Great Basin College’s Diagnostic MedicalSonography Program, I agree that a clinical facility/agency may, at any time, require a “forcause” drug and/or alcohol screen. I agree to execute a consent for release of the results ofthe drug and/or alcohol screening information to the clinical facility/agency should theyrequest such information.(initial)I understand and acknowledge that once admitted to the Great Basin College’s DiagnosticMedical Sonography Program, failure to maintain the professional and/or ethical standards ofthe program may result in dismissal from the program. I also understand that the HealthScience and Human Services Department Admission and Progression Committee may at anytime request information from the Administrative Officer of Great Basin College to determinewhether I have ever violated NSHE (Nevada System of Higher Education) Code.(initial)I understand and acknowledge that no resources or information from any sonography coursecan be shared outside the classroom or lab.My emergency contact person(s) are listed below. I understand that this individual or individuals areresponsible for ensuring that I am transported home in the event one of my faculty or the Health Science andHuman Services Department Dean determines that I am not able to continue being present in theclassroom, lab, or clinical setting.NamePhone #RelationshipNamePhone #RelationshipNondiscrimination for DisabilityGreat Basin College is committed to providing equal educational opportunities to qualifiedstudents with disabilities in accordance with state and federal laws and regulations, includingthe Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.A qualified student must furnish current verification of disability. The Students with DisabilitiesOffice, located in Berg Hall, will assist qualified students with disabilities in securing theappropriate and reasonable accommodations, auxiliary aids, and services. For moreinformation or further assistance, please call 775.753.2271.
Printed NameStudent SignatureDateWitness: (Faculty/ Dean)DateKeep this copy in this handbook for future reference.The Agreement at the back of this handbook should be signed andreturned to the GBC Health Science and Human Services Department.
GREAT BASIN COLLEGEHEALTH SCIENCE AND HUMAN SERVICES DEPARTMENTAgreement to Participate in Practice Lab Procedures2021-2022 Academic YearDuring my enrollment in one of the GBC Health Science and Human Services Programs, and under thedirect supervision of a faculty member, I understand I will have the opportunity to model forsonography students. Please select the appropriate box pertaining to your interest in opting in or outof this opportunity.I would like to opt in to serving as a modelI would like to opt out of serving as a model1. Sonographic ImagingI agree to hold harmless and waive the liability of the student and/or students performing theprocedure(s), the supervising instructor and Great Basin College for any injuries incurred as a result ofmy agreeing to have these procedures performed on my person. I understand that ultrasound imagesproduced in the student scanning lab will not be reviewed by a licensed physician and will not be usedfor diagnostic purposes.I, for myself and on behalf of my heirs, personal representatives and next of kin release all employees,students and administrators of Great Basin College from any responsibility for all future and currentdiagnostic concerns arising from negligence or otherwise.It is understood that ARDMS credentialed supervising sonography faculty and/or students mayincidentally discover or miss potential areas of diagnostic concern during scanning lab. It is not withinthe ARDMS registered supervising faculty’s scope of practice to diagnose abnormalities.I understand that I can opt in or out of any scanning procedures, including in the midst of an exam.Printed Name Student SignatureDateWitness: (Faculty / Dean)DateKeep this copy in this handbook for future reference.The Agreement at the back of this handbook should be signed andreturned to the GBC Health Science and Human Services Department.
CONFIDENTIALITY AGREEMENTAND CONSENT FORPHOTOGRAPHY AND VIDEORECORDINGDuring your participation at the Great Basin College Practice Lab, you will be an active participant andobserver of the performance of other individuals in the management of acute medical, surgical, andother health care events in simulated experiences.The objective of the simulation experience program is to educate pre-licensed and licensed health carepractitioners to better assess and improve their performance in evolving health care situations.Simulations are designed to challenge a healthcare professional’s response and judgment in stressenvironments.Due to the unique aspects of this form of training, you are required to maintain and hold confidential allinformation regarding the performance of specific individuals and the details of the scenarios.There may be continuous audiovisual digital recording during all simulations which will be used foreducational purposes. This video recording is considered a QUALITY ASSURANCE TOOL and isprotected by Federal Law.By signing this agreement, you agree to maintain strict confidentiality regarding both your and others'performance, whether seen in real time, on video, or otherwise communicated to you. Failure tomaintain confidentiality may result in unwarranted and unfair defamation of character of theparticipants.To maintain optimal simulation experiences for other learners who will be following you in the center,you are to maintain strict confidentiality regarding the specifics of the scenarios. A breach ofconfidentiality may result in loss of privileges in the Practice Lab.By signing below, you acknowledge you have read and understand this statement and agree tomaintain the strictest confidentiality about the performance of individuals and the simulation scenariosyou observe.I agree to maintain strict confidentiality about the details of the scenarios and the performanceof other participants during scenarios at Great Basin College Practice Lab.I authorize the Great Basin College Practice Lab to use the video recording(s) and photographs madein the Practice Lab for the following purposes:1) Debriefing scenario participants,2) Administrative review,3) Educational research,4) Commercial purposes, which can include public relations, promotional advertisements,and/or fund-raising activities. I understand that, unless otherwise approved by me, I will not bespecifically identified.Last Name, First Name(Please Print)DateSignatureWitnessKeep this copy in this handbook for future reference.The Agreement at the back of this handbook should be signed andreturned to the GBC Health Science and Human Services Department
Diagnostic Medical SonographyOrganizational ChartBoard of RegentsNevada System of Higher EducationGreat Basin College President,Joyce HelensVice President for Academic & Student Affairs,Jake RiveraDean, Health Science & Human Services,Amber Donnelli, PhD, RN, CNEDiagnostic Medical Sonography Program Director,Reme Huttman, M.Ed., ARRT, ROMS (AB, OG/GYN),RVT, RDCSDiagnostic Medical Sonography Instructor,Alex Kiehn, MBA, BSRT(R) (MR) (CT)Administrative Assistant II,Administrative Assistant IV,Anjuli WheatleyWinni Stevenson
Great Basin College & Renown Hospital Sonography ProgramOrganizationConsortium Administrative CouncilTim Stephens- Renown Medical CenterAdvisory CommitteeJake Hinton-Rivera- GBC Administrator AmberDonnelli- GBC Administrator Ronald SwangerMedical Director Reme Huttman- Program DirectorBillie Lucero & Diane Klassen- Co-Clinical CoordinatorJoanne Storm- Community Member Bruce JonasEmployer RepresentativeJen Cambra- Employer RepresentativeVera Towne- EmployerSarah Kill-Employer representative/Renown Faculty1st year students (2)2nd year students (2)Recent Graduates (2)Clinical Preceptors- Jaymie Graham, Sarah Kill, JudyMederios, Carol Hockett, Diane KlassenMedical DirectorRonald Swanger, MDProgram DirectorReme Huttman, M.Ed, RT (R), RDMS,RDCS, RVTCo-Clinical CoordinatorBillie Lucero, BS, RDMSDiane Klassen, BS, RDMSDidactic InstructorsReme Huttman, M.Ed, RT (R), RDMS,RDCS, RVTClinical PreceptorsJaymie Graham, High Desert ImagingSarah Kill, RenownCori Timm, BS, RDMSCherie Jaques, BS RDMSCarol Hockett, Northeastern Nevada RegionalAlex Kiehn, MBA, RT (R), MRIDiane Klassen, Humboldt General HospitalJudy Mederios, Banner Churchill HospitalHigh Desert ImagingNortheastern Nevada Regional HospitalHumboldt General HospitalRenownBanner Churchill Hospital17
Advisory Table with Name and Member TitlesMember NameRonald Swanger, MDReme HuttmanTitleMedical AdvisorProgram DirectorJake Hinton-RiveraBillie LuceroVice President of Student Services and Academic AffairsAlex KiehnAmber DonnelliCori TimmJoanne StormSarah KillJen CambraJaymie GrahamJudy MedeirosVera TowneBruce JonasDiane KlassenVariableVariableVariableCo Clinical CoordinatorProgram InstructorHealth Science and Human Services DeanGreat Basin College DMS Part Time InstructorCommunity MemberRenown Clinical InstructorHigh Desert Imaging ManagerHigh Desert Imaging Clinical InstructorBanner Churchill Hospital Clinical InstructorBanner Churchill Hospital Radiology ManagerNortheastern Nevada Regional Hospital Radiology ManagerCo Clinical CoordinatorFirst Year Student Representatives (2)Second Year Student Representatives (2)Recent Graduates (2)18
Health Science and Human Services DepartmentContact InformationDean, Health Sciences and HumanServices & Nursing Program DirectorDr. Amber Donnelli, PhD, RN, CNE775-327-2320 (Office)firstname.lastname@example.orgAdministrative Assistant IVVacant775-327-2322 (Office)Diagnostic Medical Sonography ProgramDirector/FacultyReme Huttman, M.Ed. RT, RDMS, RVT,RDCS, ARRT775-327-2319 (Office)email@example.comAdministrative Assistant IIAnjuli Wheatley775-327-2317 (Office)Diagnostic Medical Sonography ProgramFacultyAlex Kiehn, MBA, RT(R)(MR)(CT)775-327-2324Alex.firstname.lastname@example.orgHelp DeskRegistrarBookstoreStudent email@example.com
Table of ContentsGBC Building Facilities12 - 13Building HoursBuilding Use GuidelinesSecurityFire Evacuation PlanFood and Beverages in ClassroomsPersonal Computer UseChildren and Non-Students in Campus FacilitiesPetsTobacco Use/SmokingDiagnostic Medical Sonography Program Foundations14 - 15Great Basin College Mission StatementMission of the Diagnostic Medical Sonography Post-Associate Certificate ProgramDiagnostic Medical Sonography Program PhilosophyDMS Program Learner Goals and Outcomes with Assessment MeasurementHSHS Academic Policies and Procedures16 - 21GBC Academic RegulationsAcademic and Professional DishonestyGreat Basin College Student Conduct PolicyDistance LearningPolicies and Guidelines for Nondiscrimination for DisabilityProcedure for Accommodation on the Basis of DisabilitySexual HarassmentUnsatisfactory Student Progress PolicyUnsatisfactory Progress for Academic ReasonsUnsatisfactory Progress for Academic-Related ReasonsVoluntary WithdrawalUnsatisfactory Progress ProcedureProcess for Admission and Progression Committee ReviewDismissal and Readmission to the ProgramWithdrawal and Readmission to the ProgramStudent Appeal of Admission and Progression Committee DecisionGrievance ProcedureDMS Specific Academic & Clinical PoliciesAcademic IntegrityAdmission22 - 48
AdvisementAmerican Registry of DMS (ARDMS) Credentialing EligibilityAttendance and AbsenteeismAuthority and Clinical ResponsibilityBackground Reports and Drug TestingBereavement LeaveBloodborne Pathogen TrainingBreaks and HolidaysCancelled ClassesCell PhonesChange of Name, Address, or Telephone NumberGBC CaresClassroom ConductClassroom Dress CodeClassroom TapingClinical AbsencesDefinitionsClinical CompetenciesClinical Education ExperiencesClinical Examination ObligationClinical ExpectationsClinical FacilitiesClinical RotationsCompetenciesCompleting Exams for Other Imaging ModalitiesComplioConductContract Examinations PolicyCopyingCOVID 19CPR CardCritical BehaviorsCritical Care Area/PatientsDistance LearningDocuments Required for Lab and Clinical ParticipationDrop/Withdraw PolicyEarly Release from Clinical SettingEmailGradingHealth Policies and InformationHIPAAImmunizationsImmunization ExemptionsInclement WeatherInsuranceInternet/Personal Electronic EquipmentLambda Nu Honor SocietyLunches and BreaksMandatory Inservice’sMake Up ScheduleMy Clinical ExchangeModification PlansPersonal Leave and Sick TimePhysicalPregnancy PolicyProbationProgram DismissalProfessional Meetings
Disciplinary ActionsSafe and Unsafe Practice PolicyScanning LabScholarships & Financial AidServices for Students with DisabilitiesSexual HarassmentSocial Media and Online Communication- Ethics and Legal LiabilityStudent Advisement and CounselingStudent Clinical ScheduleStudent Clinical Supervision- DefinitionsStudent Government Association (SGA)Student InjuryStudent Messages- General EmergencyStudent RecordsStudent RepresentativeStudent Time CommitmentSubstance AbusePositive Drug Test Results/SanctionsProgram Re-EntryTardinessTerrorist AttackTime TrackingTrajecsysWorking as a Technologist Aide or Unregistered TechnologistDMS Post Associate Certificate and BS Curriculum49 - 52Post Associate- Four Semester Curriculum Pattern- All CoursesBS- Four Semester Curriculum Pattern- All CoursesProgram Course DescriptionsDMS Program Specific Costs and Graduation53 - 54Program Costs (Estimated)Approximate Program Related CostsGraduation and Pinning Approximate CostsApplication for GraduationGraduation RequirementsCaps and GownsPinning CeremoniesAppendicesFunctional Abilities (Technical Standards)Bloodborne Pathogen Exposure and Prevention PolicyHIV ScreeningStandard PrecautionsMethods of CompliancePrevention of Bloodborne Pathogen ExposureOccurrence of Exposure or IncidentDocumentation and Follow-upAdmissions and Progression Committee55 - 93
Writing ExpectationsGBC Standards of ConductCode of Ethics for the Profession of DMSInjury Report FormExposure to Bloodborne Pathogen FormConfidential Notification of Unsatisfactory Student Progress FormClinical Evaluation FormSonography Student Competency FormGBC Sonography Student Orientation FormDMS Competency Requirements FormDMS Student Log of Competencies FormExtended Shift Voluntary Declaration FormPrior Conviction Statement of Understanding FormDMS Release FormDMS Clinical Documentation ChecklistStudent Emergency Contact Information FormStudent Health FormDeclaration of Pregnancy FormScheduled Absence FormStudent Agreement FormPractice Lab Procedures Agreement FormConfidentiality Agreement Consent for Photography and Video RecordingDMS Agreement FormPhoto Release FormApplication for Paid Internship Approval for Clinical Hours
GBC BUILDING FACILITIESBuilding HoursBuilding hours vary based on classes and locations. Health Science faculty offices close at 5 pm.Building Use GuidelinesGreat Basin College maintains open centers available to faculty, staff, students and the localcommunity during normal hours. During those days and hours classes, meetings and special eventsare scheduled security will have staff on site to provide assistance.Open access to site facilities is provided with the understanding that: All persons will be treated with courtesy and respect; All buildings and equipment are used in the manner originally anticipated; All persons will comply with any posted signage; All persons will follow normally accepted safety and behavior standards.The offer of open access may be revoked should any person be found to cause damages to any GreatBasin College property or be involved in harmful, unsafe or illegal behavior while on GBC property.SecuritySecurity and law enforcement on all Great Basin College centers is dependent upon GBC personnelworking well with their respective local law enforcement agencies. Knowledge of any crime oremergency should be reported to the center security or center director immediately. Any crime oremergency requiring immediate assistance should be reported immediately to the police or sheriff bydialing 911 on any center phone.Security may be contacted by dialing the Elko site operator (Dial "0") from any extension andrequesting assistance. On the Elko site assistance may be obtained by activating any of the call boxeslocated on the pathways or phoning the security cell phone at 934-4923. If the police department, firedepartment or ambulance are required dial, 9-911 from any extension and tell the dispatcher of theemergency.Fire Evacuation PlanBefore a fire happens know the following: Know the location of the exit nearest your area (evacuation maps posted).Know the location of the fire alarm pull box nearest your area.Know the location of fire extinguishers in your area.Know how to use a fire extinguisher.Upon discovery of a fire:1. Pull fire alarm and give verbal warning.
2. Call 911.3. Follow evacuation procedures.4. Close doors to contain fire and smoke.5. If it is safe to do so, and you have been properly trained, you may attempt to extinguish the fire.6. Determine if it is safe to re-enter the building.7. On the Elko site, notify your respective Vice President. On all other centers notify the Director andthe Vice President of Academic Affairs (Elko Center 775.753.2266).Food and Beverages in ClassroomsAccording to State Health Department regulations, anything placed in any refrigerator in the DorothyGallaher Health Science Building must be dated and removed within one week. Open food items leftlonger or that are not dated will be discarded.Food and beverages will be allowed in the classroom with instructor approval. Food and drink will not beallowed in any laboratory.Microwaves are available in the Leonard Center. Similar appliances may be available in other centers.Please request assistance from the Center Director or other center personnel.Personal Computer UseGBC is not responsible for loss or damage to personal property owned by faculty, staff, or students,including personal computers, which are used or left in the building. The college is also not responsiblefor any thefts or damages done to vehicles parked on the premises. Most areas of the parking lot and theinterior of the building are under video surveillance. If a student’s personal computer is used in one of thebuildings, a multi‐dimensional surge protector (common and transverse spikes) should be purchased andutilized to prevent electrical damage.Children and Non-Students in Campus FacilitiesGreat Basin College is committed to providing a place of instruction that is conducive to learning; and thatis, to the greatest extent possible, free from distractions. Only enrolled students should be present inclassrooms, field trips, fitness center(s) and lab facilities.PetsThe only pets (dogs, cats, birds, rabbits, ferrets, etc.) that are allowed anywhere on our campus andinside the buildings are those trained and licensed as service animals. Please do not bring any type ofanimal into any GBC building or clinical-related facility you enter. We will have Security help you removeyour animal if needed. Please be courteous to our faculty, staff and students and leave your pets athome.Tobacco Use/SmokingTobacco use and smoking is prohibited in GBC buildings. Please use outdoor designated areas only. Inaddition, students must comply with all clinical agency policies regarding use of tobacco and smokingwhile on site.
DIAGNOSTIC MEDICAL SONOGRAPHY PROGRAM FOUNDATIONSGreat Basin College Mission StatementGreat Basin College enriches people's lives by providing student-centered, post-secondary education torural Nevada. Educational, cultural, and related economic needs of the multicounty service area are metthrough programs of university transfer, applied science and technology, business and industrypartnerships, developmental education, community service, and student support services in conjunctionwith certificates and associate and select baccalaureate degrees.Mission of the Diagnostic Medical Sonography ProgramsThe mission of Great Basin College’s Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program is to provide qualityeducation that prepares the diagnostic medical sonography student for practice in a variety of health caresettings, improving health care in the community in which they practice.Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program PhilosophyDiagnostic Medical Sonography faculty endorse the mission, goals, and outcomes of Great Basin College.The DMS faculty act on the college mission and values through the pursuit of excellence in teaching,promoting student success, and providing service to rural Nevada citizens to enhance their health andquality of life.The faculty of the Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program at Great Basin College believes and acceptsthe following department philosophies: The sonographer is a viable member of the health care team. As a provider of care, the student willdemonstrate caring and critical thinking skills by assisting the individual, family or group to identify andmeet basic health needs in a wide variety of settings in the continuum of care. The student will assist inthe coordination of cost-effective quality care using a culturally competent, collaborative interdisciplinaryapproach. Through the development of sound diagnostic medical sonography curriculum, the student will developentry-level skills and knowledge in basic sonographic techniques. Upon completion of the program the student will be eligible to apply to take the American Registry ofRadiology Technologists Examination for sonographers or the Registry through American Registry ofDiagnostic Medical Sonographers and will be prepared to function as an entry- level Sonographers. It is the responsibility of the faculty to recognize the individuality of the student and help develop his/herpotential. We also believe that the student is responsible for his/her own learning and that the facultyserves as a facilitator and resource person. The planning, implementation and evaluation of the diagnostic medical sonography curriculum is theresponsibility of the faculty.Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program Learner Goals and OutcomesProgram Goal:To prepare competent entry-level sonographers in the cognitive (knowledge), psychomotor (skills)and affective (behavior) learning domains in the following concentrations:Abdominal Sonography (extended)Obstetrics and Gynecology SonographyAt the end of the Program, Students will be able to meet the following learner outcomes:1. Provide basic patient care and comfort to all patients.2. Employ professional judgement and communication.
3. Demonstrate competence in the use of acoustic physics principles, Doppler ultrasoundprinciples, and ultrasound instrumentation through proper equipment operation and transducerselection.4. Evaluate the interaction between ultrasound and tissue and the probability of biological effectsin clinical examinations.5. Produce and assess ultrasonographic images of normal and abnormal anatomy andphysiology.6. Identify, document and develop differential diagnosis of abnormal sonographic and Dopplerpatterns.7. Students will be clinically competent.
HSHS ACADEMIC POLICIES AND PROCEDURESGBC Academic RegulationsAll faculty and students are responsible for following the Great Basin College regulations and guidelines asprinted in the Great Basin College Catalog.Academic and Professional DishonestyAcademic dishonesty (“cheating”) involves all methods or techniques that enable a student to gain unfairadvantage in the clinical or classroom setting (see the Great Basin College Catalog for the definition ofcheating in the Academic Honesty section). Cases of academic dishonesty ordinarily result in a grade of Ffor the assignment and/or the course, in accordance with published course policies. The violation may leadto the student’s dismissal from the Great Basin College HSHS Programs and, in some cases, dismissalfrom Great Basin College. Students who are dismissed from the program for violation of academic integrityare not eligible for readmission into the program. The student will also be referred to the Vice President ofStudent Services for appropriate disciplinary action.GBC and NSHE policies and procedures related to student conduct and academic honesty will be followed.Academic and/or professional dishonesty may occur in a variety of situations, including but not limited tothe following:Individual Assignments, Quizzes, Tests, and Examinations: copying from a neighbor’s paperduring the exam (quiz or test); talking or sharing information during an exam; using crib noteswhen taking a closed book examination; arranging for another person to substitute in taking anexamination; giving or receiving unauthorized information when taking an examination.Plagiarism: is knowingly representing the work of another as one’s own, without properacknowledgement of the source. The only exceptions to the requirement that sources beacknowledged occur when the information, ideas, etc., are common knowledge. Plagiarismincludes, but is not limited to, submitting as one’s own work the work of another person or workobtained from a commercial writing service; quoting directly or paraphrasing closely from asource (including the Internet) without giving proper credit; using figures, graphs, charts, or othersuch material without identifying the sources.Faculty expects that students will demonstrate professional and academic integrity at all times.Faculty will explain their course expectations and students are expected to ask questions whenclarification is needed.Great Basin College Student Conduct PolicyAll students are held accountable for their behavior under GBC’s Standards of Conduct for Studentslocated in the college catalog and NSHE Code, Title 2, Chapter 6. Section 6.2.2 regarding misconduct.Nursing, Paramedic, and Medical Imaging students are also responsible for additional standards of conduct(see Appendices Section).Distance LearningAll courses in the Health Science and Human Services Department are internet enhanced. Some are
completely online or a hybrid of live, internet and interactive video. It is the intent of all programs to keepaccess to student information private. The sign on to the course content is available throughwww.gbcnv.edu and is password protected for student confidentiality. It is the student’s responsibility tohave compatible internet access to the GBC website to complete the courses. If you are having problemswith the access or have concerns about privacy and security,
Basin College Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program 2021-2022 Student Handbook. (initial) I understand that as a condition of enrollment in Great Basin College's Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program, I agree that a clinical facility/agency may, at any time, require a "for cause" drug and/or alcohol screen.
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DIAGNOSTIC MEDICAL SONOGRAPHY STUDENT HANDBOOK ACADEMIC YEAR 2020 - 2021. Version 4.17.2020 2 IVY TECH COMMUNITY COLLEGE SCHOOL OF HEALTH SCIENCES . This Diagnostic Medical Sonography Handbook 2020/2021 handbook is intended to supply accurate information to the reader. The imbedded links take the reader directly to the Ivy Tech policy for .
DIAGNOSTIC MEDICAL SONOGRAPHY STUDENT HANDBOOK 2021 - 2022 Revision History: Version 2.0 (August 20, 2021) Version 1.9 (July 18, 2019) Version 1.8 (August 23, 2018). 1.7 (July, 2017). . The Howard Community College (HCC) Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS) Student Handbook has been compiled by the faculty to provide information pertinent to .
DMS 330 Sonography Lab I (180 hours) 3 DMS 340 Sonography Physics & Instrumentation 3 DMS 350 Sonography of Superficial Structures & Other Procedures 3 DMS 360 Obstetrical and Gynecological Sonography II 3 DMS 370 Sonography Lab II (120 hours) 2 DMS 380 Sonography Clinical Practicum I (240 hours) 4
within this handbook throughout their educational experience. Whenever possible, data from the Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonography (SDMS), the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM), the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS), and the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) has been included.
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