Nicole Bartreau

Residential Faculty - Clinical Nursing

Nursing

Veterinary Technology

Office: RDM-S Saguaro - Room: S270

480-654-7763

480-654-7763 (alt)

Office Hours

MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    
 By appointmentBy appointment  

Open lab hours also available by appointment. 

Please email for specific availability. 

Classes Taught

Spring 2020

NUR158 Nurse Assisting 6 Credits
Introduction to the role of the nursing assistant for clients across the wellness/illness continuum within the nurse assisting scope of practice. Includes basic problem solving processes specific to meeting the basic and holistic needs of clients, therapeutic communication skills essential for the nursing assistant, interventions to ensure the needs and safety of the client, specific types of diseases, conditions and alterations in behavior of the client, and principles of nutrition and fluid balance. Focus is on special needs of the elder client in the acute and long-term care settings, and basic emergency care skills and procedures. Provides opportunity for the development of clinical competency in the performance of selected nurse assisting skills and procedures through participation in the care of clients.
Prerequisites: (RDG100 or higher or CRE101 test score, or 75% HESI-A2 exam English Composite AND (MAT082 or MAT090 test score, or 75% HESI-A2 exam Math). Level One DPS Fingerprint Clearance Card, MCCCD Background Check, and health & safety documentation.
Section Location Delivery Dates Days Times Availability
27313
Red Mountain Campus
Lecture
01/14/2020 - 03/05/2020
Tu
9:00 AM - 12:20 PM
1:00 PM - 4:20 PM

Class Started

Lab Notes: Students registering for class 27313 must also register for .

27314
Red Mountain Campus
Lab
01/15/2020 - 03/04/2020
We
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Class Started

Lecture Notes: Students registering for class 27314 must also register for .
VET101 Introduction to Veterinary Technology 3 Credits
This course introduces the role of the veterinary paraprofessional to the veterinary science industry and professional development including ethics, professionalism and legal applications. Students will gain an introduction into animal husbandry and nutrition, animal behavior, species and breed identification, the human-animal bond, biosecurity, and an introduction into equine medicine, livestock medicine, companion animal medicine, and lab animal medicine. Prerequisites: None.
VET101 class has required animal care duties outside of class. Students are required to participate in the daily care of resident Veterinary Technology teaching animals. This may include, but is not limited to dogs, cats, rats, rabbits, horses, cattle and goats. This care occurs outside of regularly scheduled class hours. Students should expect approximately 5 hour per week of animal care duties, including weekends and holidays.
Section Location Delivery Dates Days Times Availability
27514
Dobson Campus
Lecture
01/17/2020 - 05/08/2020
Fr
8:00 AM - 9:50 AM

Class Started

Additional Notes: VET101 class has required animal care duties outside of class. Students are required to participate in the daily care of resident Veterinary Technology teaching animals. This may include, but is not limited to dogs, cats, rats, rabbits, horses, cattle and goats. This care occurs outside of regularly scheduled class hours. Students should expect approximately 5 hour per week of animal care duties, including weekends and holidays.

Lab Notes: Students registering for class 27514 must also register for .

27515
Dobson Campus
Lab
01/17/2020 - 05/08/2020
Fr
10:00 AM - 12:20 PM

Class Started

Lecture Notes: Students registering for class 27515 must also register for .

Spring Flex Start 2020

NUR158 Nurse Assisting 6 Credits
Introduction to the role of the nursing assistant for clients across the wellness/illness continuum within the nurse assisting scope of practice. Includes basic problem solving processes specific to meeting the basic and holistic needs of clients, therapeutic communication skills essential for the nursing assistant, interventions to ensure the needs and safety of the client, specific types of diseases, conditions and alterations in behavior of the client, and principles of nutrition and fluid balance. Focus is on special needs of the elder client in the acute and long-term care settings, and basic emergency care skills and procedures. Provides opportunity for the development of clinical competency in the performance of selected nurse assisting skills and procedures through participation in the care of clients.
Prerequisites: (RDG100 or higher or CRE101 test score, or 75% HESI-A2 exam English Composite AND (MAT082 or MAT090 test score, or 75% HESI-A2 exam Math). Level One DPS Fingerprint Clearance Card, MCCCD Background Check, and health & safety documentation.
Section Location Delivery Dates Days Times Availability
36461
Red Mountain Campus
Lecture
03/17/2020 - 05/08/2020
Tu
9:00 AM - 12:20 PM
1:00 PM - 4:20 PM

Open

13 of 24
Seats Available

Lab Notes: Students registering for class 36461 must also register for .

36462
Red Mountain Campus
Lab
03/18/2020 - 05/08/2020
We
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Open

13 of 24
Seats Available

Lecture Notes: Students registering for class 36462 must also register for .

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