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These online continuing education courses consist of 3 modules each. Please view each of the modules in order. You may print out handouts that accompany the course from this website. You may also visit websites on the reference slides for more information. Videos are hosted on an educational resources website and will open in a new page.

Three CEUs are available for completing the 3 modules of each course. See instructions for CEUs.

Preparing Public Health Nurses to Precept Public Health Nursing Students

Presented by Linda J.W. Anderson, DNP, MPH, RN, PHN

This is a 3 module online continuing education program developed for the Henry Street Consortium to prepare Public Health Nurses to be preceptors for public health nursing students.

Each module will take approximately 50 minutes to complete. The first two modules are considered essential content for nursing students. Please see the Guide for Using Henry Street Tools (pdf) before beginning the course.

Videos:

See the Intervention Wheel from the MN State Health website.

Resources:

  • Guidelines for Role Expectations (pdf)
  • Glossary of Key Terms (pdf)
  • Adult Learning Principles for Preceptors Working With Nursing Students (pdf)
  • Henry Street Consortium Population-Focused Student Project Examples (pdf)
  • Henry Street Consortium Entry-level Population-Based Public Health Nursing Competencies (pdf)
  • Interactive Public Health Intervention Wheel via University of Minnesota
    Note: The first time you access the web site, you will be asked to register and provide a login and password. After that you can login at any time. When you scroll to the intervention, the definition appears. You can scroll to individual, community, and systems for specific examples at these levels of practice
  • Omaha System
    The Omaha System is a research-based, comprehensive practice and documentation standardized taxonomy designed to describe client care. The Omaha System includes an assessment component (Problem Classification Scheme), a care plan/services component (Intervention Scheme), and an evaluation component (Problem Rating Scale for Outcomes). The Omaha system is embedded in PHDoc, Carefacts, and Champ, the 3 main electronic heath records used by PHNs in Local Public Health departments in MN. For agencies that use the Omaha System standardized language for assessment, interventions, and evaluation, the Omaha System Community of Practice offers a web site with a variety of introductory tutorials and videos. For case studies to use in the education of public health nursing students and PHNs on the Omaha System, scroll down the "Learning about the Omaha System" page to near the bottom under Education. There you will find tuberculosis and obesity examples that apply Omaha System language along with examples of Omaha System charting. Tutorials, quizzes, and related resources provide nurse educators and students with learning opportunities.

Tools:

Preparing Faith Community Nurses to Precept Public Health Nursing Students

Presented by Linda J.W. Anderson, DNP, MPH, RN, PHN

This is a 3 module online continuing education program developed for the Faith Community Nurse Network of the Greater Twin Cities to prepare Faith Community Nurses to be preceptors for public health nursing students.

Videos:

See the Intervention Wheel from the MN State Health website

Documents:

Preparing Specialty Public Health Nurses to Precept Public Health Nursing Students

Presented by Linda J.W. Anderson, DNP, MPH, RN, PHN

This is a 3 module online continuing education program developed for the Henry Street Consortium to prepare Public Health Nurses working in the specialty areas of school and corrections to be preceptors for public health nursing students.

Videos:

See the Intervention Wheel from the MN State Health website

Documents:

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