Sedation and Assessment: Simulated Experience Skills Verification
Session 1: 8 to 10 a.m.
Session 2: 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Session 3: 1:30 to 3:30 p.m.
Center for Virtual Care, Center for Health and Technology, Suite 3301
Course # 09182
The Center for Virtual Care has 2 locations; this class will be held in the Center for Health and Technology adjacent to the Education Building.
Class dates in red are full.
This hands-on simulated experience course is intended for providers who must be sedation certified and who are new or have limited exposure and opportunity to complete the moderate and deep sedation skills checklist. This course has two parts, the first consists of an online module and post-test. This module must be completed prior to class and the certificate of completion or training transcript must be shown at registration in order to attend. Participants who complete this course will also receive credit for the checklist.
Part two consists of lecture and simulated case studies through use of a Human Patient Simulator (HPS). The focus is on the nurse’s role in providing safe, high quality care for patients at all phases along the sedation continuum. Effective team behaviors and communication skills will be incorporated throughout the curriculum, and participants will have an opportunity to practice management of a sedated patient during the simulation portion of the course. This course emulates the nurse’s workflow, stressing the importance of appropriate assessment and monitoring, early identification of complications and timely interventions, when caring for patients undergoing sedation.
Prerequisites and preparation
- This course is restricted to UC Davis Health System CN II, CN III, CN IV and AN II's. Exceptions must be approved by the CPPN course coordinator.
- Current ACLS/PALS/NRP certification (according to unit requirements); This must be reflected in your UC Learning Center training transcript.
- Completion of the Moderate and Deep Sedation Certification Module (#09132A).
- Completion of the Capnography: A Standard of Care for Procedural Sedation Monitoring (#08803).
- Review of the Sedation Policy XIII-23
- Review of the AORN Guidelines (PDF)
- Review of the Board of Nursing Statement on Sedation (PDF)
Participants must bring verification of current ACLS/PALS/NRP certifications according to unit requirements and verification of completion for Capnography: A Standard of Care for Procedural Sedation Monitoring and the Moderate and Deep Sedation Certification Module. Participants may bring their UC Learning Center training transcript as proof.
Please dress in hospital scrubs or clinical work attire and bring a stethoscope as participants will work hands-on with a human patient simulator.
C.E. contact hours
Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, provider number CEP 26, for 1.5 contact hours.
Attendees will not receive C.E. credit if they are more than 20 minutes late; no partial credit can be awarded.
Please select a class date above and complete the registration form. If using a credit card, submit the registration form and phone in your credit card number to (916) 734-9790. If paying by check, please print the registration form, attach your check made payable to UC Regents dated for the date of the class, and mail to:
Center for Professional Practice of Nursing
4900 Broadway, Suite 1630
Sacramento, CA 95820
Registrations are confirmed only if deposit or fee is provided with registration form.
UC Davis employees
$50 registration deposit. Registration deposit is returned upon completion of class. Cancellation must be requested five days prior to class date to receive deposit refund.
This class is for UC Davis Health System employees only.
Persons with disabilities
Individuals needing special accommodations may call the Center for Professional Practice of Nursing at (916) 734-9790.
Parking is available in parking lots 4, 12 and 17 with a UC Davis parking permit. A daily permit is available for purchase for $6 from the kiosks in lots 14 (2nd Ave. & 45th St.) and 18 (49th St. & V St.).
Karrin Dunbar, R.N., B.S.N.