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Multi-Regional Training Programs

Overview

The Ben Hudnall Memorial Trust (BHMT) Multi-Regional Training Programs help to deliver and provide training and educational programs that support multiple regions of Kaiser Permanente. The programs are self-paced, available 24/7 online, and free for all BHMT eligible participants. BHMT continues to provide workforce development programs that include:

Allied Health Clinical Trainer Skills

The clinical trainer is expected to become an educator as well as a leader, understand instructional and evaluative techniques geared toward adult learners, appreciate diversity, and develop communication strategies that ensure success.

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Computed Tomography Training Program

BHMT has partnered with the Mayo Clinic and Kaiser Permanente School of Allied Health Sciences (KPSAHS) (http://kpsahs.kp.org/) to design a Computed Tomography training program for Diagnostic Imaging Technologist to prepare for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologist (ARRT) CT certification exam. The training program consists of 2 parts: Mayo Clinic will provide the online didactic portion and your KP region will provide the clinical rotations.

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Ambulatory Care RN Preceptor Program

Inpatient nursing care is not the same as Ambulatory care. When nurses transition into an ambulatory environment, there are some key concepts that can help you understand the characteristic background and needs of the ambulatory field. There are even preceptor strategies to facilitate successful transition into ambulatory care. This program is designed to teach Ambulatory Care Residency Preceptors how to effectively precept new grad and transitioning RNs.

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Ambulatory Care RN Residency Program

Designed to train new grads and transitioning RNs how to effectively meet the challenges of the ambulatory care setting. Training modules include: program introduction, nursing roles and values, communication, professional topics and situation awareness.

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Wound Care Certification

BHMT is investing in your professional growth with Wound Care Education Institute® courses and certification. Advance your career and take advantage to get certified in skin and wound management, ostomy management, or diabetic wound management. Becoming Wound Care Certified will help you improve patient outcomes.

 

The program includes online course option or in-person training for four-days as well as CE credits:

 

  • Skin and Wound Care Management – 22.75 CEs onsite and online
  • Ostomy Management – 36 CEs onsite
  • Diabetic Wound Management – 29.50 CEs onsite/26.75 CEs online
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IV Therapy and Blood Withdrawal Certification Program

This program is a California Board of Vocational Nursing & Psychiatric Technicians (BVNPT) approved certification course for licensed vocational nurses who wish to perform blood withdrawals and start an IV therapy within the scope of their practice.

 

OPEN ONLY TO SAN DIEGO REGION

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IV Therapy and Blood Withdrawal Certification Program

This program is a California Board of Vocational Nursing & Psychiatric Technicians (BVNPT) approved certification course for licensed vocational nurses who wish to perform blood withdrawals and start an IV therapy within the scope of their practice.

 

Purpose for venipuncture:

 

  • Identify potential intravenous (IV) sites and sites to avoid.
  • Identify types of prepared IV solutions.
  • Identify correct type of tubing to use.
  • Determine types of tourniquets that may be used.
  • Identify signs and symptoms of fluid volume excess or fluid volume deficit.
  • Discuss unexpected outcomes related to a peripheral intravenous infusion and related interventions.
  • Describe steps for insertion of a peripheral IV device.
  • Troubleshoot intravenous infusions.
  • Identify signs and symptoms of complications from intravenous therapy.
  • Discontinue a peripheral IV device.
  • Identify reasons for discontinuing peripheral IV access.
  • Describe unexpected outcomes of discontinuing peripheral IV access and related interventions.

 

OPEN ONLY TO SAN DIEGO REGION

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