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Health, Assistance and Nursing (French) - 5325

CDI College's Health, Assistance and Nursing - 5325 program prepares students for nursing assistant jobs in a variety of facilities.

This program is taught in French. For the full program description in French, please visit Santé, assistance et soins infirmiers - 5325.

Prerequisites

To be admitted to this curriculum, student must meet one of the following conditions:
  • Secondary V diploma or its recognized equivalent OR
  • Be at least 16 years old on September 30rd of the school year and pass the fifth secondary units in first language, the fourth secondary units in second language as well as in mathematics according to the programs established by the Minister OR
  • Be at least 18 years old when entering the program and pass the general developmental test and possess the fifth secondary units in first language in a program established by the Minister or equivalents OR
  • Obtain third secondary units in first and second language, as well as in mathematics in programs establishedby the Minister and continue general education simultaneously in order to obtain the fifth secondary units in first language, the fourth secondary units in second language as well as in mathematics according to the curriculum established by the Minister.
  • Pass the College admission test

Graduation
To graduate, students must obtain the required pass mark in each course.

This vocational program leads to a DEP (diplôme d'études professionnelles) recognized by the Ministère de l'Éducation et de l'Enseignement Supérieur (MEES) (Permit 528500).

This program is offered in French.

Program Courses

752-332 - Determine Their Suitability for the Profession and Training

Establish a status report of the profession, learn about your training project, recognize the importance of your involvement in the learning offered, and in the success of your study program. Confirming your professional orientation.

752-342 - Become Familiar with a Comprehensive Approach to Health

Situate health in a broader context of personal well-being, recognize the unique and multidimensional character of the person, recognize the attitudes, behaviors, and values that reflect the humanization of care. Ability to understand the contribution of the nurse and the auxiliary nurse in the care process, ability to assess the contribution of the nurse and the auxiliary nurse in realizing the therapeutic nursing plan.

752-353 - Communicate in a Care Team

Adopt behaviors that favor the understanding of and the proper functioning of a work team. Provide information on care provided. Recognize the importance of ensuring continuity of care. Become aware of one's strengths and limitations in communication.

752-367 - Apply Basic Care Procedures

Move or restrain a person. Provide care related to hygiene, comfort and dressing. Provide care related to diet and hydration. Provide care related to elimination. Taking the vital signs of a person. Providing care after death.

752-372 - Establishing a Helping Relationship

Adopt an attitude of openness towards others, appreciate indicators of the emotional state of a person. Show respect and empathy for someone. Awareness of the strengths and limitations in how they relate to others.

752-382 - Become Familiar with the Legal and Ethical Aspects of the Profession

Recognize the legal aspects related to the practice and the general activities of the nursing assistant. Recognize the rights of the person being cared for. Recognize the duties and obligations of the nurse and the auxiliary nurse. Personally situate oneself in relation to an ethical dilemma.

752-393 - Apply Care Procedures Related to the Musculoskeletal System

Establish the connections between physiology and the musculoskeletal system. Establish links between alterations and the musculoskeletal system. Select supportive care related to alterations of the musculoskeletal system. Perform a mandate related to the musculoskeletal system. Write observational notes.

754-664 - Prevent and Control Infection

Detect signs of inflammation and infection. Specify infection control odes, and how to properly wash hands. Importance of wearing gloves. Handle contaminated materials and body fluids. Use antimicrobial agents. Provide care to treat a wound.

752-412 - Help a Client Meet His or Her Nutritional Needs

Establish connections between diet and a person's state of health. Check the connection between the meal and a person’s diet. Encouraging a person to eat. Prevention of problems related to food.

751-572 - Administer First Aid

Provide first aid in case of discomfort, urgency, distress, obstruction, respiratory arrest, cardiac arrest, injury, hemorrhage, shock, intoxication, and allergy.

752-405 - Provide Basic Care to Clients who are Experiencing Loss of Autonomy

Work planning and communication of information related to the care provided. Personal assistance with respect to hygiene, comfort, dressing, mobilization, nutrition, hydration, and elimination. Maintain the room and communicate information effectively about the care given and the condition of the person.

754-714 - Participate in Drug Therapy

Laws governing pharmacotherapy. Links between drugs or other substances and their effects on the body. Calculation of doses for a drug or substance, preparation and administration of the drug and verification of self-medication.

752-424 - Apply Care Procedures Related to the Nervous and Sensory Systems

Role and anatomical structures of the nervous system. Role and anatomical structures of the sensory system. Clinical manifestations related to pain. Assistance and specific care related to the alterations of the nervous and sensory systems.

752-432 - Apply Care Procedures Related to the Endocrine System

Establish the links between physiology and the endocrine system. Select supportive care based on alterations to the endocrine system. Write observational notes.

754-865 - Cardiovascular and Respiratory Systems (French)
Subjects – Anatomical structures of the heart, its vessels and the circulatory system. Description of the role of the heart and its anatomical structures. Discernment of the anatomical structures and the role of the circulatory system. Role of the blood components. Discernment of the anatomical structures and the role of the respiratory system Role and organs of the respiratory system. Clinical signs associated with alterations in the cardiovascular and respiratory systems.
752-444 - Apply Care Procedures Related to the Digestive

Anatomical structure of the digestive system and the role of organs. Assistance and specific care related to alterations of the digestive system. Preoperative and postoperative care. Perform a mandate associated with the digestive system. Write observational notes.

752-454 - Apply Care Procedures Related to the Urinary and Reproductive Systems

Anatomical structure of the urinary and reproductive systems. Assistance and specific care related to alterations of the urinary and reproductive systems.

752-463 - Intervene with a Client with Cognitive Deficits

Identify the needs of a person with cognitive deficits. Appreciate the functional autonomy of a person with cognitive deficits. Promote the independence of a person with cognitive deficits. Select ways to mitigate disruptive behavior.

754-795 - Provide Specific Care

Detection of clinical manifestations related to different disturbed needs. Assistance care and specific care. Administration of drugs.

752-472 - Intervene with a Client in Palliative Care

Establish links between the terminal phase, its clinical manifestations, and the reactions of a dying person. Identify the needs of a person in palliative care. Ensure the comfort of a person in palliative care. Ensure the support of those around the palliative care patient.

752-483 - Intervene with a Client with a Mental Health Problem

Recognizing manifestations of anxiety and manifestations related to mental health issues. Means and methods of intervention.

752-532 - Intervene with a Mother and her Newborn

Establish links between pregnancy, the postpartum period, and clinical manifestations in the mother. Identify the needs of a mother. Meet the needs of a newborn. Ensure the comfort of a mother and her newborn.

752-552 - Intervene with a Child or Adolescent with a Health Problem

Meet the needs and ensure the comfort of a child or a teenager.

752-498 - Provide Geronto-Geriatric Care

Planning your shift. Entering into a relationship with the patient. Assisting the person with performing daily tasks. Give specific care to the person. Effectively communicate information about the care given and the condition of the person.

752-505 - Provide Care to Clients with Mental Health Problems

Planning your shift. Entering into a relationship with the patient. Assisting the person with performing daily tasks. Give specific care to the person. Effectively communicate information about the care given and the condition of the person.

754-828 - Provide Care in a Medical Unit

Planning the work needed. Observing the state of the person. Providing patient support. Providing specific care. Effectively communicate information about the person's condition.

752-518 - Provide Care to Clients Undergoing Physical Rehabilitation

Planning your shift. Entering into a relationship with the patient. Assisting the person with performing daily tasks. Providing specific care to the person. Effectively communicate information about the care given and the condition of the person.

752-526 - Provide Care in a Surgical Unit

Give preoperative and postoperative care to the person. Providing information about the care and condition of the person.     

752-542 - Provide Care to Mothers and Newborns

Enter into a relationship with the mother. Assist the mother in performing daily task. Give specific care to the mother or her newborn. Effectively communicate information about the care given and the status of the mother or newborn.

752-562 - Provide Care to Children and Adolescents

Connect with the child or adolescent. Assist the child or adolescent with the performance of daily tasks Provide specific care to the child or adolescent. Provide information about the care provided and the condition of the child or adolescent.

752-577 - Provide Care to a Diverse Clientele

Enter into a relationship with the person. Assist the person in performing daily tasks. Give specific care to the person. Effectively communicate information about the care given and the condition of the person.

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