The objective of our Practical Nursing Diploma Program to Registered Nurse Program is to provide our students with the appropriate didactic theory, and hands-on skills required and necessary to prepare them for a career as a registered nurse.
The combination of introduced skills taught in this program will prepare students for the ever-changing field of nursing and health care.
Apart from the health classes offered, and skills taught, the RMA LPN-RN training also covers the ethical and legal responsibilities of the practical nurse as they relate to the health care facility, the client, and co-workers. Professionalism and general communication skills, both of which are considered essential to any health care professional, are also emphasized throughout the entire nursing program.
The LPN-RN training offered at RMA nursing school focuses on teaching students to care for others. The training goes beyond basic nursing skills, knowledge, and concepts but is founded on the ambition to make a positive impact on the lives of patients, families, and the society as a whole.We train our graduates to care for all classes of people who need care. This includes the elderly, and the physically challenged of all ages, and any person with medical conditions that limit them from taking care of themselves.Our prospective students have an option to register for full time 12-month LPN-RN Program in Ohio.
Please call our offices at 419.534.2371 for more details about our Licensed Practical Nurse Program.
Nursing LPN to RN Transition Prepare men and women for challenging and rewarding careers as Registered Nurses who assist in the overall planning and providing of nursing care for patients and their families, as well as educating patients in health maintenance and restoration
Student Learning Objectives
Provider of Care
- Collect and utilize data from the patient and available resources using categories
- of human functioning assessment format to identify
- basic health care needs.
- Recognize and respect the cultural, spiritual, and ethnic diversity of patients and their families.
- Select nursing diagnoses based on analysis of the health pattern data.
- Establish goals with the patient, their family and significant others, and members of the health care team consistent with the overall
- comprehensive plan of care.
- Develop an individualized plan of care using established nursing diagnoses and protocols to promote,
- support, and restore health.
- Implement a plan of care according to priority of needs.
- Evaluate patient responses to nursing interventions and alter the plan of care as necessary to meet patient needs.
- Utilize effective communications techniques to assist patients, families, and significant others in coping with and resolving problems.
- Communicate verbally and in writing patient behaviors, responses to nursing interventions, and responses to medical regimen.
- Develop and implement individualized teaching plans that include health counseling, discharge planning, and implementation of a therapeutic regimen specific to the patient’s level of development, knowledge, and learning needs.
- Prioritize, plan, organize, and implement nursing care.
- Collaborate with members of the health care team to provide patient care.
- Recognize the need for referral and confer with members of the health care team to promote continuity of care.
- Delegate aspects of nursing care to other health care workers, commensurate with their educational preparation and experience.
- Seek assistance from other members of the health care team when the situation encountered is beyond the student nurse’s knowledge and experience.
- Utilize current technology to increase efficiency of management of patient care and resources.
- Practice in a cost-effective manner.
Member within the Profession of Nursing:
- Maintain accountability for own patient care.
- Practice within the ethical and legal parameters of the nursing profession.
- Use information from current literature and other resources to provide safe nursing care.
- Use resources for continuous learning and self-development.
- Participate as a member of the health care team to maintain and/or improve the quality of patient care.
- Use constructive criticism and suggestions for improving nursing practice.
Nursing Program Mission Statement
Prepare students to be professional, caring Registered Nurses who promote optimal levels of wellness for individuals, families, and communities.
Note:Nursing is a regulated profession. The training, licensure, and practice of nursing are subject to federal and state statutes, rules, and regulations. In addition, each hospital may have rules or policies. A student’s eligibility for admission or continuation in MTC’s Nursing program is subject to the requirements of, and compliance with, all applicable statutes, rules, regulations, or policies (including a physical exam). Prior to or during acceptance into the nursing program, training, licensure, or employment as a nurse, each individual will be subject to a background check including, but not limited to, an analysis of fingerprints and review of prior criminal records. The submission of any false information to MTC or any federal/state agency shall be cause for immediate dismissal from the Nursing program. The Ohio Board of Nursing may deny admission to the National Council Licensing Examination-Registered Nurse (NCLEX-RN) based on review by the Ohio Board of Nursing Compliance Unit.