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Damion Keith Jenkins

 Damion Jenkins, RN, MSN is the founder and CEO of a nursing education and consultation company - The Nurse Speak, LLC., where he specializes in the delivery of individualized tutoring, mentoring and consultation services for students, new graduate nurses, and healthcare facilities. Damion is also an adjunct nursing professor, an experienced travel nurse, and an active nurse blogger. 

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Resident’s Rights and HIPAA - Traditional Inservice

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Resident’s Rights and HIPAA - Traditional Inservice
The traditional in-service format is designed to provide home health care providers, assisted living facilities, and skilled and long term care facilities all that is needed to deliver informative in-services to your certified nurse aides and staff. With our new unique design of in-service presentations you can take advantage of traditional in-person presentation methods and add modern teaching techniques of a visual presentation, interactive review questions and video presentations. Use our online course display to make your presentation visual, informative, fun, and interactive, incorporating all aspects of adult learning techniques.  With the use of a projector, screen, smart TV, or laptop our online in-services and interactive features, such as review questions and video teaching segments, are easily presented to the audience.

Our traditional format provides you with complete printable course curriculum handouts, final test/exam handout, final exam key for the presenter, sign in sheets to track attendance, printable certificates of completion, as well as printable skill competency checklists to verify competence in all skills related to the in-service.

This Resident’s Rights and HIPAA;Considerations for Nursing Assistants course will provide participants with a review of the basic considerations and guidelines necessary to protect the rights and privacy of their residents. This review can be utilized for nursing assistive personnel in the settings of Long Term Care, Assisted Living and Home Care. Within this course, the participant will review universal human rights, residents rights, informed consent, resident refusal, notification of changes, how to protect resident’s personal property and finances, protecting a resident’s dignity, protecting a resident’s right to social interaction and visitation, grievance processes and procedures, and maintaining the confidentiality of patient information by following HIPAA guidelines.





Objectives


Upon completion of this course, the participant will be able to:

1. Discuss universal human rights.
2. Define The Resident’s Bill of Rights.
3. Provide examples of informed consent.
4. Discuss ways to handle and report a resident’s refusal of care.
5. Explain ways to protect resident’s personal property and finances.
6. List ways to protect a resident’s dignity.
7. Discuss ways to protect a resident’s right to social interaction and visitation.
8. Define grievance processes and procedures.
9. Describe ways to maintain resident confidentiality and follow HIPAA guidelines.
10. Give examples of legal implications related to violations of resident rights and/or HIPAA law.
 

Curriculum


Chapter 1: Universal Human Rights & the Resident’s Bill of Rights

30 Universal Human Rights 
The Resident’s Bill of Rights

Chapter 2: Informed Consent & Resident Refusal

Resident’s right to be informed
Resident’s right to refuse care and treatment
Advance Directives
Power of Attorney

Chapter 3: Notification of Changes in Plan of Care

Resident’s Right to be Involved in the Creation and Revision of their Care Plan
Care Plan updates

Chapter 4: Protecting Resident’s Personal Property and Finances

Resident’s Right to Protection of Personal Property and Finances
Ways to protect Resident’s property

Chapter 5: Protecting Resident’s Dignity

Resident’s Right to be Treated with Dignity
Ways to protect and maintain resident dignity

Chapter 6: Protecting Resident’s Right to Social Interaction and Visitation

Resident’s Right to Social Contact and Interaction with Other Residents and Family
Encouraging family visitation and involvement with care
Encouraging residents to participate in social interaction or facility activities

Chapter 7: Grievance Processes and Procedures

Resident’s Right to Voice Grievances without Discrimination or Reprisal
Responding to, and reporting resident grievances and complaints

Chapter 8: Resident Privacy, Confidentiality and HIPAA

Resident’s Right to Personal Privacy
Confidentiality of Health Information and HIPAA
Legal implications of violating HIPAA law
Ways to protect resident privacy and health information

Chapter 9: Print Course Handouts

•Course materials handouts; exam, exam key, certificate of completion, attendance sheet
•Skill Competency Checklists if applicable

Chapter 10: References
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