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This NAHA Hybrid course introduces concepts of basic human needs, health/illness continuum and basic personal care skills. The course prepares the student for the role of the nursing assistant in long term care facility as well as working with various populations. Additionally, the course prepares the student to work in home health care, as it also provides the theory and skills needed to meet the MDH requirements of the Home Health component. It includes 10 units of theory for both the NA and the HHA training, which is delivered totally online, plus 16 hours of mandatory face to face (f2f) skills practice and 16 hours of clinical in a supervised laboratory setting at the end of the course. Upon successful completion of this course the candidate is eligible to take the Minnesota Competency Evaluation for Nursing Assistants/Home Health Aide. Individuals successfully completing this examination are placed on the Minnesota Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide Registry. This course, regardless of delivery method, meets the MDH requirement of a minimum of 75 hours.
Class Time: Day
Semester: Fall Semester, Spring Semester, Summer Semester
Campus: Eden Praire Campus or Brooklyn Park Campus
Reference the Medical Assistant program Academic Planning Guide for more details.
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