Nev. Admin. Code § 632.741 - Required instruction

Current through March 28, 2022

1. Each approved program must provide at least 75 hours of instruction which must include:
(a) Instruction in the classroom and clinical practice in:
(1) The roles and responsibilities of a nursing assistant;
(2) Basic nursing;
(3) Personal care;
(4) The needs of patients concerning mental health and social services;
(5) Basic restorative services; and
(6) Interrelationships with patients.
(b) At least 16 hours of instruction in the classroom, completed before a trainee is directly involved with a patient, in the areas of:
(1) Communication and interpersonal skills;
(2) The control of infections;
(3) Safety and emergency procedures, including, but not limited to, the Heimlich maneuver;
(4) Promoting the independence of patients; and
(5) Respecting the rights of patients.
2. The primary instructor shall provide each trainee with:
(a) The objectives of the program which the trainee is expected to achieve;
(b) The duties and skills expected to be learned by the trainee;
(c) The objectives of each unit of instruction, stated in behavioral terms; and
(d) The criteria used to measure performance.

Notes

Nev. Admin. Code § 632.741
Added to NAC by Bd. of Nursing, eff. 3-26-90; A 7-16-92

NRS 632.120, 632.2856

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