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Students and Faculty Online Orientation Requirements
Review and complete all steps in the Clinical Requirements Health + Safety section of the CPNW website (www.cpnw.org) including “Site Specific Requirements.” For those schools new to CPNW, contact the Student Placement Coordinator for additional information at firstname.lastname@example.org
Print, complete, sign and submit the following to your school representative:
- Student and Faculty Orientation Acknowledgement form
- Student and Faculty Confidentiality Agreement form
- CPNW Clinical Passport (CPNWP). All boxes must include a response.
School representative, please complete the CHI Franciscan Class Summary Sheet for all placements. When submitting for more than one student, please send completed paperwork as a combined group.
Send complete, verified and signed forms via scan and email to: Student Placement Coordinator, email@example.com or fax to: 253-573-7280.
Badges and Temporary Parking Permits
Prior to the first clinical shift, orientation day or onsite visit, all students and onsite faculty must obtain badges and parking permits and are required to use while in our health system. Badging/temporary parking permits are issued by appointment on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. Walk-ins are welcome 7am-3:30pm Thursdays. Phone numbers are listed below for your use.
St. Anthony Hospital: 253-530-2280
St. Clare Hospital: 253-985-6418
St. Elizabeth Hospital: 360-802-8455
St. Francis Hospital: 253-944-4001
St. Joseph Medical Center (Photo ID office): 253-426-6016
Print and complete CHI Franciscan Health Vehicle Registration Form and bring to the appropriate Security/HR to receive a temporary parking pass. Permits cannot be issued without the license plate number listed on the form.
Step 4 - Nursing Students and Nursing Instructors only
|A - Print and bring the CHI Franciscan Health Nursing Student Orientation Checklist and the CHI Franciscan Health Clinical Objective Form to your first clinical day. Thereafter, a CHI Franciscan Clinical objectives form must be brought with you every day of your clinical.|
|B - EPIC Student Nursing and Facility Training/Registration form|
|C - Read Mosby’s Blood Glucose Monitoring System AccuChek Inform II.
Print and bring to your first clinical day: CHI-FH Waive TEST Evaluation Tool for Blood Glucose- AccuChek Inform II and Annual Point of care test for Blood Glucose.
Instructors must complete both steps above and attend a demonstration session. See the class schedule below. It is important that you report for these training sessions on time, please be prompt.
CHI Franciscan issued faculty badge is required to attend the training. The code on the badge is needed to utilize the glucometer. Please RSVP to Marylou Anderson, Dietitian-Diabetes Educator at firstname.lastname@example.org or 253-426-4257 to sign up for training.
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