Student Requirements to Participate in Clinical Education
The patient is the focus of all health related professions, and healthcare providers must demonstrate competency and safety during all patient interactions. Prior to participating in Clinical education experiences (CLI 270, CLI 280, CLI 290), students must have passed all final written examinations in preceding courses with a 76% or better, they must have demonstrated competency in all skills and pass all practical examinations that have been included in preceding courses, and they must have demonstrated professional behaviors in class and in labs.
The following paperwork is required in completion at least 6 weeks prior to the start of the semester when the students participate in each clinical experience. A copy of all documentation should be uploaded to Castlebranch.com. Clinical facilities will have access to this website to verify student’s required documents. Some facilities may require additional documentation and tests, which must be completed prior to attending that site.
*Please note that students are responsible for payment of PPD screening, Child Abuse Clearance, and Finger Printing, as well as any additional drug/alcohol screening required by the facility.
**Please refer to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention website at www.cdc.gov for more information on the importance and recommendations for TB testing and appropriate vaccinations.
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