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This notification is to alert everyone of changes beginning in the July 2014 term.
The student will be required to register for this service and pay a $17 fee directly through ADB. The W. Cary Edwards School of Nursing will be accessing the database through ADB for student compliance. Students who do not comply with this process will be deregistered from these courses. Questions? Click here to view the Complio Student User Guide. Click here to view NUR-443 Practice Hours Info.
Go to the URL tesunursingbackground.com, click on link Background Checks and Compliance Tracking.
Select the ALL NEW STUDENTS CLICK HERE graphic. This will bring you to tesunursingbackground.com.
Here is where you will create your account.
After your account is created, you will be able to order a subscription.
Select Create Order. In drop down menu for Select Program choose RN-BSN.
Approval is granted by the course mentor.
The best way to determine whether a location will be acceptable as a clinical site is to make sure that you have identified a vulnerable population and that you are able to develop a plan/ program to address that vulnerable population's needs. Several locations (eg. soup kitchens, senior centers, retirement communities, homeless shelters, and recovery/rehab centers) can fulfill the requirements.
Yes; hours spent orienting at your chosen site may be put towards the hour requirement.
Although the site you select may have existing educational programs running, you will be required to complete your own needs assessment of the selected vulnerable population. You will then identify and implement an educational program to address the particular need or needs identified.
The PowerPoint can be located here:
A letter is provided in the Announcements section of the course. It can also be accessed here.
Yes, if your employment site can offer you the opportunity to meet the needs of the course.
Work time cannot be used to complete assignments and all hours and educational projects must be in addition to your normal work hours.
No. Since students are not administering direct care and the focus is on the education of a population, the University will not initiate or sign affiliation agreements for these experiences.