Uta college of nursing and health innovation

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UTA College of Nursing and Health Innovation - Additional Information:Status of RN LicensureAll graduate nursing students must have an unencumbered license as designated by the Texas Board of Nursing (BON) to participate in graduate clinical nursing courses. It is also imperative that any student whose license becomes encumbered by the BON must immediately notify the Associate Dean, Department of Graduate Nursing. The complete policy about encumbered licenses is available online at: 17
UTA Student IdentificationAll Students MUST be clearly identified as UTA Graduate Students and wear a UTA College of Nursing and Health Innovation ID in the clinical environment.Ebola exposurePlease inform your faculty if you have been in contact with anyone who has Ebola/have traveled to a country that has Ebola virus. Confidentiality AgreementYou signed a Confidentiality Form in orientation and were provided a copy of the form. Pleasetake your copy of this Confidentiality Form with you to your clinical sites. Please do not signother agency confidentiality forms. Contact your faculty if the agency requires you to sign their confidentiality form.Graduate Student HandbookStudents are responsible for knowing and complying with all policies and information contained in the Graduate Student handbook online at: Student Code of EthicsThe University of Texas at Arlington College of Nursing and Health Innovation supports the Student Code of Ethics Policy. Students are responsible for knowing and complying with the Code. The Code can be found in the student handbook online: No Gift PolicyIn accordance with Regent Rules and Regulations and the UTA Standards of Conduct, the College of Nursing and Health Innovation has a “no gift” policy. A donation to one of the UTA College of Nursing and Health Innovation Scholarship Funds, found at the following link: is would be an appropriate way to recognize a faculty member’s contribution to your learning. For information regarding Scholarship Funds, please contact the Dean’s office.Online ConductThe discussion board should be viewed as a public and professional forum for course-relateddiscussions. Students are free to discuss academic matters and consult one another regarding academic resources. The tone of postings should be professional in nature. It is not appropriate to post statements of a personal or political nature, or statements criticizing classmates or faculty. Inappropriate statements/language will be deleted by the course faculty and may result in denied access to the Discussion boards. Refer to UTA CONHI Graduate Student Handbook for more information.

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