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  • University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston | Center on Aging - Preview Video Clips
    DSL LAN T1 Real Player Intro clip 1 RM Intro Dialup 56K RM Intro High speed Cable DSL LAN T1 Risks clip 2 RM Risks Dialup 56K RM Risks High speed Cable DSL LAN T1 Stage 1 clip 3 RM Stage 1 Dialup 56K RM Stage 1 High speed Cable DSL LAN T1 QuickTime Player Intro clip 1 MOV Intro Dialup 56K MOV Intro High speed Cable DSL LAN T1

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  • University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston | Center on Aging - Video Training
    Pressure Ulcers Video with these additional resources for download InService Presentation A Full download version PowerPoint ppt InService Presentation B Zip download Pre Post Test Copy as Needed pdf Elder Loving Care This video training series available on VHS or DVD targets both professional and family direct caregivers In under 15 minutes the training provides clear easy to understand information on various topics important to the daily care of individuals needing long term care either at home or in a facility Elder Loving Care Oral Hygiene Caregiver Training Learn important information on the needs techniques and benefits of good oral care in aging populations experiencing significant disability Poor oral hygiene can have serious consequences for this vulnerable population Research shows stroke aspiration pneumonia and other infections link to the same bacteria which often presents first in a gum or tooth infection From the mouth the inhaled bacteria can cause pneumonia or travel via bloodstream to other parts of the body The same infections can also cause higher blood sugar levels in diabetic residents Preview Video Clips Tooth Brushing Techniques Tooth Brush Modifications Denture Cleaning Techniques Oral Hygiene for Stroke Survivors Print Standard Order Form pdf Elder Loving Care TM Safe

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  • University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston | Center on Aging - Dementia Care
    to a variety of educational materials they have support groups at different times in many parts of SE Texas a 24 hour helpline an online newsletter educational conferences for caregivers and other special programs Printed materials available in Chinese Korean and Spanish For more information contact Houston Southeast Texas Alzheimer s Association 2242 West Holcombe Blvd Houston TX77030 2008 713 266 6400 http www alz org texas in my community helping asp Local Resources for information and assistance United Way of Greater Houston 50 Waugh Drive Houston Texas 77007 713 685 2300 http www unitedwayhouston org Gateway to Care 3611 Ennis Houston TX 77004 713 783 4616 http www gatewaytocare org The City of Houston Department of Health and Human Services HDHHS Harris County Area Agency on Aging 8000 North Stadium Drive 3 rd Floor Houston Texas 77054 Phone 713 794 9001 http www houstontx gov health Aging index html Sheltering Arms 3838 Aberdeen Way at Stella Link Houston TX 77025 713 667 2840 http www shelteringarms org Texas Resources for information and assistance Texas Information and Referral Network https www 211texas org 211 The Texas Information and Referral Network home page allows you to search for health human services throughout Texas or call 211 DIAL 2 1 1 Texas Department of Aging and Disability DADS 701 W 51 st St Austin TX 78751 512 438 3011 Mailing Address P O Box 149030 Austin TX 78714 9030 http www dads state tx us services index cfm Texas Department of State Health Services 1100 W 49th St Austin TX 78756 512 458 7200 or 1 800 242 3399 Mailing Address Alzheimer s and Related Disease Program MC 1945 Chronic Disease Prevention Branch Texas Department of State Health Services PO Box 149347 Austin TX 78714 9347 http www dshs state tx us alzheimers default shtm National Resources for information and assistance Alzheimer s Association National voluntary health organization committed to finding a cure for Alzheimer s and helping those affected by the disease 225 North Michigan Avenue 17th Floor Chicago IL 60601 7633Tel 312 335 8700 1 800 272 3900 24 hour helpline TDD 312 335 5886 Fax 866 699 1246 info alz org http www alz org Alzheimer s Disease Education and Referral Center ADEAR P O Box 8250 Silver Spring MD 20907 8250 Tel 301 495 3311 800 438 4380 Fax 301 495 3334 adear nia nih gov http www nia nih gov alzheimers National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health Authoritative and up to date health information on over 600 diseases and conditions provided by the National Library of Medicine and the National Institute of Health There are also lists of hospitals and physicians a medical encyclopedia information on prescription and nonprescription drugs and links to medical trials This site is also searchable in Spanish http www nlm nih gov medlineplus seniorshealthissues html First Gov A customer friendly website designed to provide information and services about Federal agencies geared toward senior citizens The Social Security Administration maintains this

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  • University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston | School of Nursing Newsroom
    The event netted nearly 450 in proceeds from about 100 tickets sold in advance and at the door Tickets were good for two hot dogs chips soda and a cookie The Student Affairs Office was selected as the winner for Best Chili while the Department of Integrative Nursing Care won for Best Table Decorations Dr Vaunette Fay was envied winner of the Chili Cook Off Basket Drawing I would personally like to thank everyone for an outstanding job the volunteer staff faculty our judges who had a very difficult task and the awesome CSON board members said CSON chair Candiance Duplessis It all came together for a great time in a good cause and the trophies and medals were wonderful The Chili Cook off teams and head chefs were Parnell s Posse UT Health Services Susan Parnell Banzai Chili School of Public Health Student Affairs Office Dr Mary Ann Smith Colon Cleanse Chili School of Nursing Students Tina Pham Tieu 8th Floor Chili Management Dean s Office Tracy McGee Optimus Prime Chili Dept of Nursing Systems Dr Lorraine Frazier Chili Inc Dept of Integrative Nursing Care Dr Cindy Burkhardt Freeman AcUTely Terrific Chili Dept of Acute and Continuing Care Dept

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  • University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston | Accelerated BSN Program
    student the opportunity to become a competent self directed nursing generalist who is able to critically think and function in a variety of settings After successfully completing the program in 15 months students will received their BSN Our program requires full time study and many students find it difficult to work while in the program Classes are held during the weekdays however clinical may require evening and weekend shifts Accelerated BSN Program Curriculum Overview All students must have basic computer skills A computer is required for all students It is recommended that students review the computer requirements before purchasing a computer Generally applicants to the upper division Bachelor of Science in Nursing program are considered on the basis of the following criteria Completed application Grade point average in prerequisite course work Science grade point average Overall academic achievement TOEFL for applicants whose native language is not English and have not graduated from an English speaking university The HESI A2 Entrance Exam Additional Information BSN Program Overview Accelerated BSN Option RN BSN Option BSN Admissions Requirements Admissions Deadlines Prerequisite Transfer Guide pdf HESI A2 Entrance Exam HESI A2 FAQs pdf Applicant Checklist pdf Preceptor Program Information Sessions 2009 2011 Catalog Addendum

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  • University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston | Doctor of Nursing Practice – Course Sequence: Post Master's NP & CNS
    DNP Preceptorship II 2 N6845 Practice Management 2 Year 3 Fall N6860 A DNP Seminar I 2 N6860 B DNP Fellowship I 2 N6830 Clinical Scholarship Portfolio Advisement 1 Year 3 Spring N6870 A DNP Seminar II 2 N6870 B DNP Fellowship II 2 Total 43 Consult the catalog for course descriptions details about preceptorship and fellowship experiences methods of teaching and prerequisites Each DNP student is assigned an advisor faculty mentor at the time of enrollment in the DNP program The advisor is selected based on clinical expertise and interest congruent with the student s area of interest The advisor and DNP student complete a degree plan and outline the individualized preceptorship and fellowship experiences based on the student s interest and professional goals The advisor also supervises the development of the Clinical Scholarship Portfolio CSP the dissertation equivalent for the DNP program Clinical Scholarship Portfolio The Clinical Scholarship Portfolio CSP is a collection of required components that demonstrates a student s scholarship as a clinical scholar practicing at the highest level of advanced practice it provides evidence of competency in all domains of DNP practice The CSP includes a major Practice Inquiry Project comprehensive cases studies and other examples of scholarly work related to the competencies outlined in the DNP Essentials The CSP policy is found in DNP Program Policy D8060 pdf The University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston and The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston reserve the right to withdraw courses at any time to change fees or tuition calendar curriculum degree requirements graduation procedures and any other requirements affecting students Changes will become effective whenever the proper authorities so determine and will apply to both prospective students and those already enrolled 99 Hour Rule A resident doctoral student who has a

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  • University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston | Doctor of Nursing Practice – Course Sequence: Post Master's CRNA
    N6830 Clinical Scholarship Portfolio Advisement 1 Year 2 Spring N6870 A DNP Seminar II 2 N6870 B DNP Fellowship II 2 Total 32 Consult the catalog for course descriptions details about preceptorship and fellowship experiences methods of teaching and prerequisites Each DNP student is assigned an advisor faculty mentor at the time of enrollment in the DNP program The advisor is selected based on clinical expertise and interest congruent with the student s area of interest The advisor and DNP student complete a degree plan and outline the individualized preceptorship and fellowship experiences based on the student s interest and professional goals The advisor also supervises the development of the Clinical Scholarship Portfolio CSP the dissertation equivalent for the DNP program Clinical Scholarship Portfolio The Clinical Scholarship Portfolio CSP is a collection of required components that demonstrates a student s scholarship as a clinical scholar practicing at the highest level of advanced practice it provides evidence of competency in all domains of DNP practice The CSP includes a major Practice Inquiry Project comprehensive cases studies and other examples of scholarly work related to the competencies outlined in the DNP Essentials The CSP policy is found in DNP Program Policy D8060 pdf The University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston and The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston reserve the right to withdraw courses at any time to change fees or tuition calendar curriculum degree requirements graduation procedures and any other requirements affecting students Changes will become effective whenever the proper authorities so determine and will apply to both prospective students and those already enrolled 99 Hour Rule A resident doctoral student who has a total of 100 or more semester credit hours of doctoral work at an institution of higher education is required to pay nonresident doctoral

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  • University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston | Graduate Programs
    About the MSN Program The Master of Science in Nursing Program is designed to provide an opportunity for the student to become a leader The graduate makes significant contributions to the improvement of health care and influences health care policy through advanced clinical practice and research in order to meet the current needs of society Graduates are given the opportunity to Perform effectively in a beginning functional role in advanced nursing practice Synthesize theories from natural behavioral and social sciences to support advanced clinical nursing and functional role development Evaluate the use of nursing theory as a base for advanced nursing practice Demonstrate expertise in a specialized area of clinical nursing practice Function effectively in a beginning functional role as an administrator teacher clinical specialist nurse practitioner or nurse anesthetist Contribute to the development of nursing knowledge through research Evaluate the use of nursing theory as a base for advanced nursing practice Contribute to the development of a body of nursing knowledge through research theory testing and use of findings Demonstrate a sufficient knowledge base for entry into doctoral study Demonstrate an understanding of the role of the Advanced Practice Nurse in health care delivery system Collaborate with other disciplines to systematically improve healthcare Post Master s Programs Post Master s Education is available to master s prepared students who wish to pursue education in another role or clinical specialty Degree plans for post master s students are individualized according to the student s educational needs past course work and certification according to SON policies Mechanisms for equivalency credit and validation of previous course work are available Post master s education prepares graduates to assume leadership roles in advanced practice education and or administration The program of study for post master s students combines online courses with face to face

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