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Medicaid Nurse Aide CURRICULUM MAP

 

School:

Bowling Green High

Program:

Health Science

Teacher:

Wanda S. Sowders RN, BSN

School Year:

2012-2013

KCTCS Course Number:

MNA 100

KY Tech Course Name

Medicaid Nurse Aide

Length of Course:

36 weeks

Length of Period

55 minutes

High School Credit(s)

1.0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Week

Unit

Task

Core Content/Skill Standards

1st

Orientation to course

Introduction to Nursing Assistant Requirement

 

1. Practice good personal hygiene

2. Maintain good personal health

3. Exhibit acceptable behavior

7. Identify and report abuse or neglect to appropriate person

PL-HS-1.1.1

Students will explain the importance of effective social interaction skills (e.g., respect, self-advocacy, cooperation, communication, identifying, different perspectives and points of view, empathy, personal growth, relationship building, fulfilling commitments).

PL-HS-1.1.6

Students will analyze the effect of individual behavior choices and habits relating to diet, exercise, rest and other choices (e.g., tobacco, alcohol, and other drug use) on various body systems (e.g., circulatory, respiratory, nervous, digestive).

PL-HS-1.1.8

Students will explain risks associated with unhealthy habits and behaviors (e.g., dietary, physical activity, tobacco, alcohol, steroids, other substance abuse, sexual activity, violent/aggressive behavior).

OG-001 Apply behaviors that  promote health and wellness

EK-001 Apply safety procedures to protect clients, co-workers and self

2nd

Communication With Residents and Interpersonal Skills

6. Observe the Residents' Bill of Rights

8. Use plan of care to meet residents' needs

9. Communicate with resident, family, and staff

10. Assist resident in use of intercom/call system/telephone

11. Report observations/information to appropriate personnel

PL-HS-1.1.1

Students will explain the importance of effective social interaction skills (e.g., respect, self-advocacy, cooperation, communication, identifying, different perspectives and points of view, empathy, personal growth, relationship building, fulfilling commitments).

EB-001Communicate in a straightforward, understandable, accurate, and timely manner

AB-001 Report relevant information in order of occurrence

 3rd

Work Ethics

4. Work cooperatively with others

5. Maintain confidentiality

 

PL-HS-1.1.1

Students will explain the importance of effective social interaction skills (e.g., respect, self-advocacy, cooperation, communication, identifying, different perspectives and points of view, empathy, personal growth, relationship building, fulfilling commitments).

PL-HS-4.1.1

Students will analyze and evaluate why people need to work and how a person’s career choice impacts life long earning potential, career opportunities and job satisfaction.

EA-003 Practice personal integrity and honesty

EA-005 Formulate solutions to problems using critical thinking skills (analyze, synthesize, evaluate) independently and in teams

 

 

 4th

Infection Control

16. Follow standard precautions and blood bourne pathogens standard

17. Wash hands aseptically

 

PL-HS-1.1.7

Students will describe symptoms, causes, patterns of transmission, prevention and treatments of communicable diseases (hepatitis, tuberculosis, STD/HIV/AIDS) and non-communicable diseases (cancer, diabetes, obesity, cardiovascular disease, arthritis, osteoporosis).

EJ-001Practice infection control procedures (i.e. airborne, droplet, contact)

EJ-003 Compare and contrast medical and surgical asepsis

5th-6th

Resident and Personal Safety

18. Provide for environmental safety

19. Adjust bed and side rails

20. Assist with application of protective devices

21. Report unsafe conditions to appropriate supervisor

24. Assist resident who has fallen

27. Clear obstructed airway - conscious adult

56. Use good body mechanics

58. Turn and position the resident in bed

59. Transfer resident to and from bed/chair

PL-HS-1.1.8

Students will explain risks associated with unhealthy habits and behaviors (e.g., dietary, physical activity, tobacco, alcohol, steroids, other substance abuse, sexual activity, violent/aggressive behavior).

 PL-HS-2.1.1

Students will analyze the principles for motor skills (e.g., accuracy, technique, physics, mechanics) and make applications for improving these skills (locomotor, nonlocomotor, transitional).

EK- 001 Apply safety procedures to protect clients, co-workers, and self

EK-003Apply principles of body mechanics and ergonomics

EL-003 Prevent accidents by using proper safety techniques

7th-8th

 

 

Assessing Residents-Vital Signs

Admissions/Discharges

Assisting with the Physical Exam

10. Assist resident in use of intercom/call system/telephone

66. Assist with admission, in-house transfer, and discharge of resident

67. Measure and record oral temperature using non-mercury glass/electronic thermometer

68. Measure and record axillary temperature using non-mercury glass/electronic thermometer

69. Measure and record rectal temperature using glass/electronic thermometer

70. Measure and record radial pulse

71. Measure and record respiration

72. Measure and record blood pressure

73. Take and record resident height/weight

RD-11-4.0.1

Students will evaluate the content or make connections as it applies to students’ lives (text-to-self), real-world issues (text-to-world) or other texts (text-to-text).

EA-005 Formulate solutions to problems using critical thinking skills (analyze, synthesize, evaluate) independently and in teams

9th

Assessing Residents-Oxygen Safety and Needs

18. Provide for environmental safety

21. Report unsafe conditions to appropriate supervisor

22. Assist with care of resident with oxygen

PL-HS-1.1.8

Students will explain risks associated with unhealthy habits and behaviors (e.g., dietary, physical activity, tobacco, alcohol, steroids, other substance abuse, sexual activity, violent/aggressive behavior).

EA-003Practice personal integrity and honesty

EA-005 Formulate solutions to problems using critical thinking skills (analyze, synthesize, evaluate) independently and in teams

10th-11th

Activities of Daily Living- Resident’s Unit & Bedmaking

39. Make unoccupied bed

40. Make occupied bed

PL-HS-2.1.1

Students will analyze the principles for motor skills (e.g., accuracy, technique, physics, mechanics) and make applications for improving these skills (locomotor, nonlocomotor, transitional).

EA-003Practice personal integrity and honesty

EA-005 Formulate solutions to problems using critical thinking skills (analyze, synthesize, evaluate) independently and in teams

12th-14th

 

 

Oral Hygiene, Bathing, Perineal Care, Grooming

35. Give partial bath

36. Give bed bath

37. Assist resident with tub bath

38. Assist resident with shower

41. Perform or assist in performing oral hygiene for the conscious/unconscious resident

42. Shave or assist resident with shaving

43. Give back rub

44. Give perineal care

45. Shampoo/groom hair

46. Give nail care

47. Assist resident with dressing and undressing

PL-HS-1.1.6

Students will analyze the effect of individual behavior choices and habits relating to diet, exercise, rest and other choices (e.g., tobacco, alcohol, and other drug use) on various body systems (e.g., circulatory, respiratory, nervous, digestive).

EA-003Practice personal integrity and honesty

EA-005 Formulate solutions to problems using critical thinking skills (analyze, synthesize, evaluate) independently and in teams

15th-16th

Elimination Needs and Collecting specimens-Urinary, Bowel, and Sputum

48. Provide urinary catheter care

49. Assist with care of incontinent resident

50. Assist resident in bladder and bowel retraining

51. Assist resident in using bedpan/urinal

52. Assist with enema administration

53. Collect routine/clean catch urine specimen

54. Collect stool specimen

55. Collect sputum specimen

PL-HS-1.1.6

Students will analyze the effect of individual behavior choices and habits relating to diet, exercise, rest and other choices (e.g., tobacco, alcohol, and other drug use) on various body systems (e.g., circulatory, respiratory, nervous, digestive).

OA-004 Analyze the interdependence of the body systems as they relate to wellness, disease, disorders, therapies and care/rehabilitation

OB-00 Compare the aging process among the body systems 5

17th

Nutrition and Fluids

29. Serve meals and collect trays

30. Recognize diet modifications/restrictions

31. Check food tray against diet list

32. Feed or assist resident in eating

33. Administer after-meal care

34. Record and report intake and output

PL-HS-1.1.6

Students will analyze the effect of individual behavior choices and habits relating to diet, exercise, rest and other choices (e.g., tobacco, alcohol, and other drug use) on various body systems (e.g., circulatory, respiratory, nervous, digestive

 PL-HS-1.2.1

Students will evaluate the positive and negative impact of food selections that contain essential nutrients (proteins, carbohydrates, fats, minerals, vitamins, water) on maintaining and promoting health.).

 

OA-004 Analyze the interdependence of the body systems as they relate to wellness, disease, disorders, therapies and care/rehabilitation

 

18th

Exercise and Activity

14. Assist with providing diversionary activities for the resident

56. Use good body mechanics

57. Assist with range-of-motion exercises

58. Turn and position the resident in bed

59. Transfer resident to and from bed/chair

60. Use a mechanical lift to transfer resident

61. Apply and use gait belt

62. Assist resident with standing/walking

63. Assist resident in using cane/walker

64. Transport resident by wheelchair

65. Move resident between stretcher and bed

PL-HS-1.1.6

Students will analyze the effect of individual behavior choices and habits relating to diet, exercise, rest and other choices (e.g., tobacco, alcohol, and other drug use) on various body systems (e.g., circulatory, respiratory, nervous, digestive).

EK-001 Apply safety procedures to protect clients, co-workers, and self

EL-001 Modify the environment to create safe working conditions

19th

Assisting with Care Needs- Wound Care

74. Assist in prevention of decubitus ulcers

PL-HS-1.1.7

Students will describe symptoms, causes, patterns of transmission, prevention and treatments of communicable diseases (hepatitis, tuberculosis, STD/HIV/AIDS) and non-communicable diseases (cancer, diabetes, obesity, cardiovascular disease, arthritis, osteoporosis).

OA-001 Describe the basic structures and functions of cells, tissues, organs, and systems as they relate to homeostasis

OA-004 Analyze the interdependence of the body systems as they relate to wellness, disease, disorders, therapies and care/rehabilitation

 

 

20th

Emergency Procedures

16. Follow standard precautions and blood bourne pathogens standard.

17. Wash hands aseptically

18. Provide for environmental safety

25. Assist resident who has fainted

26. Assist resident who is having a seizure

27. Clear obstructed airway - conscious adult

28. Apply direct pressure to control bleeding

PL-HS-1.3.2

Students will explain how proper first-aid procedures (e.g., CPR/rescue breathing) for responding to emergency situations (falls, drowning, choking, bleeding, shock, poisons, burns, temperature-related emergencies, allergic reactions, broken bones, overdose, heart attacks, seizures) can help reduce the severity of injuries and save lives.

EK-004  Use personal protective equipment as appropriate to the environment

OA-004 Analyze the interdependence of the body systems as they relate to wellness, disease, disorders, therapies and care/rehabilitation

 

21st

Confusion, Dementia, and Mental Health

12. Recognize health problems related to the aging process

13. Recognize needs of the resident with cognitive impairment

14. Assist with providing diversionary activities for the resident

PL-HS-1.1.9

Students will compare causes, symptoms, consequences and treatments of mental and emotional problems (e.g., depression, anxiety, drug abuse, addictions, eating disorders, aggressive behaviors) for individuals and families.

 

PL-HS-1.1.11

Students will recommend and justify effective self-management and coping strategies (e.g., setting realistic goals, time, task and stress management, decision making, learning style preference, perseverance) for maintaining mental and emotional health.

OB-001

Compare selected diseases/disorders including respective classification(s), causes, diagnoses, therapies, and care/rehabilitation to include biotechnological applications

OB-005 Compare the aging process among the body systems

22nd

Death and Dying

15. Assist in giving postmortem care

PL.HS.1.1.4

Students will explain the process of human reproduction and development (e.g., conception, birth, childhood, adolescence, adulthood) and its impact on an individual’s well being.

EA-005 Formulate solutions to problems using critical thinking skills (analyze, synthesize, evaluate) independently and in teams

28th -29th

Clinicals

Review for Final and State Exam

Review all clinical skills and course work

EA-001 Adapt positively to the dynamics of change

EA-009 Accept responsibility for own actions



 

 

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