Email 16:22: College Transcripts Evaluations have been completed. Notify program office if you do not have a copy. If you have additional courses to take to complete your AA degree please notify the program office of your action plan to complete the requirements.
Email 16:21 New Nursing Counselor: Nicole Westbrook, Tuesday/Wednesay 10:00 - 17:00, Friday 0900 - 1200. firstname.lastname@example.org
Email 16:20 Mandatory Meeting with Program Director on MONDAY, October 13, 2014 12:00, lunch will be provided. Please complete and submit your 'Request for AA Degree' Evaluation form.
Email 16:19: Flu vaccinations are required by 10/31/2014. Submit your flu form must be submitted to your clinical instructor and one copy uploaded to Certified Background. You may attend any Flu Clinic or your personal physician for the vaccination. Documentation is required.
Email 16:18: SNA Meeting time changed to 9:00. Liaison Meeting to follow at 9:30 AM, third Thursday of each month.
Email 16:17: Mandatory Test Taking Seminar October 3, 2014 9:00 - 3:00 PM with Elaine Baiardi.
Email 16:16: Students should review the Social Networking Policy in their handbook, appendix. Also included in email is ANA 6 Tips for using Social Media
Email 16:15: Transcripts for Winter or Spring 2014 must be updated with Admission and Record. Students will be meeting with program director to complete 'AA Requirement for Graduation" in October
Email 16: 14 ATI books available. Pick up 3116
Email: 16:13 Crisis Prevention Institute. Non-Violent Intervention Training Friday, August 22, 2014 8:00 - 5:00 PM. Wear comfortable clothes and closed toes shoes. Bring a lunch. (8/21/2014)
Email 16:12 N56 Waivers have been approved. See email for listing.(8/21/2014)
Email 15:25 Final 'AA Degree Requirement evaluation" form due to program office by November 20, 2014
Email 15:24 Cookie Dough Orders due
Email 15:23: Volunteers Needed for Raffle table contact Sal Amador.
Email 15:22: Nursing counselor, Nicole Westbrook available Tuesday/Wednesday 10:00 - 17:00 or Friday 09:00 - 12:00.
Email 15:21: Dysrhythima Interpretation Course, November 14, 2014 8:30 - 14:30, Instructor: Karen Lounsbury (925) 373.4141 or contact email@example.com
Email 15:20 Monday October 20 12:00 Mandatory Meeting with Program Director 12:00, Lunch will be provided.
Email 15:19 Survey links for first rotations in N59, N60A and N73 have been emailed to students and posted on BB. Please complete by Monday 10/13 and submit to your theory instructor N59 and N60A
Email 15:18: October 8, 2014 BRN Disciplinary meeting. Hilton Garden Hotel in Emeryville. Wear your polo shirts and khaki pants. Meet in the lobby at 8:30 AM.
Email: 15:17: Flu vaccinations are required by 10/31/2014. Submit your flu form must be submitted to your clinical instructor and one copy uploaded to Certified Background. You may attend any Flu Clinic or your personal physician for the vaccination. Documentation is required.
Email 15:16: CSEUB Brochure Application Deadline for Fall 2015, November 30, 2014.
Email 15:15: SNA Meeting time changed to 9:00. Liaison Meeting to follow at 9:30 AM, third Thursday of each month.
Email 15:14: Test Taking Seminar, October 3, 2014 9:00 Rm 3102 9:00 - 3:00 PM. Please register with the program office by October 1, 2014.
Email 15:12: CSUEB information meeting ADN to BSN Program at Ohlone College. September 15, 2014 4:00 PM R1100, parking is $2. Map sent via email.
Email 15:11 Crisis Prevention Institutes "Non-Violent Intervention" training is Friday September 5th. Room 2252 from 0800 until 1700. Wear comfortable cloths, bring a lunch and please be on time!
Email 15:10 CSUEB has set a date for meeting for those interested in ADN-BSN Program. It will be at Ohlone College on September 15, 2014. 4:00 PM Room is TBA
Email 15:8 Class of 2015: IV Class registration has changed. N60A will take the first 9 weeks (EO1) only ONE class will be offered. Please register for Tami Washington's class. N59 will take the second 9 week(EVC) course along with several volunteers from N60A. Please drop today 8/18/2014 and reregister tomorrow 8/19 if you are not registered in the course section. (8/20/2014)
Email 15:7 ATI Payment Code for Class 0515 has been extended. Please make your payment now.
N59 Kaiser Modules and form. Emails were sent week of 7/23 with request to complete all Kaiser forms and your NUID and KP Learn instructions. Due date August 5, 2014 for all.
Nursing 59: will complete their pediatric rotation through Childrens Hospital , with additional clinic assignments through the Pleasanton School District Nursing staff, Tiburcio Vasquez Clinic, Silva Clinic, George Mark's Children's House and Chabot Child Care Center and simulation labs in Hayward.
The clinical shift will be AM on Wednesday and Fridays. We do understand this will require additional travel and ask you to be flexible with your time as assignments are made to meet the BRN standards for clinical hours. We expect this to be a well-rounded experience for you.
N59OB will be in Kaiser San Leandro. Look for email with NUID and current
forms to complete and submit on 08/04/2014.
N59OB will be in Kaiser San Leandro. Look for email with NUID and current forms to complete and submit on 08/04/2014.
Program Skills Lab Hours
Students registered in the Chabot Nursing Program or in Nursing 84 has access to the Chabot and Livermore Skills Labs. Student are required to register for all skills testing. Refer to individual course syllabi for required skills deadlines and testing requirements.
Chabot Skills Lab Hours: Open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday - 0800- 1600 Friday Open 0800 - 1300
Chabot Skills Lab Coordinator: Connie Gerton (510) 723.6953
Livermore Skills Lab TBA.
Chabot Program office is open Monday through Friday 0830 - 1700 unless otherwise posted. You can contact the office (510) 723.6896 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org Administrative Assistant: Catherine Gentiluomo
Livermore Campus office is open Monday through Thursday 0900 - 1700, Friday 0900 - 1200 or unless otherwise posted. You can contact the office (925) 373.8090 Administrative Assistant: Barbara King
Words that Work to express Compassion and Caring:
As part of Student Services, mental health counseling services are currently offered in the Student Health Center, Bldg. 100, Room 120. These services are free to our registered students. Please refer your students for assistance who may benefit from our services.
There is a short intake process with the Health Center Nurse Practitioner to ascertain any physical or medical issues, then the referral is made to the Mental Health Counselors. Counselor schedules vary and students are served on a first-come/first-served basis unless they are in crisis, if in crisis they are given priority assistance. Now is an excellent time to make this general announcement about services to students because we have appointments available.
Brief examples of some of the issues that student request assistance with are:
We offer classroom presentations during the semester. If you are interested, please return this email and let us know when a Mental Health Counselor can come to your classroom to provide a short presentation of the services available. It is sometimes helpful for students to connect the face of a staff member with the services; it is less threatening somehow. Over the years, we have also provided specific presentations for classrooms upon request such as stress relief, anxiety coping strategies and other topics. Feel free to call me if you have a specific request. I am available for consultation as needed.
To schedule a class presentation, that takes about 10-15 minutes,
please provide the class, day, time and room number in your email.
We will confirm a presentation date with you. Student Health Center,
Counseling Division Phone: 510.723.6615 Fax 510.723.7012 email contact
Student Health Center, Counseling Division Phone: 510.723.6615 Fax 510.723.7012 email contact email@example.com
The APA handout is also now available online as well at: /library/documents/chabotapaworkscited.pdf The APA handout is available on the 6th edition of the APA style manual. The APA is the standard for the nursing program.