Safe, accurate, effective and ethical medication administration is an important responsibility in nursing. Based on current standards of practice from CNO, nurses will discuss professional responsibilities in administrating medication as well as the knowledge, skill and judgement required to be competent.
Current Certificate of registration or letter of direction from College of Nurses of Ontario.
Assessment Skills for Nurses - NRSGHZ215RNs and RPNs will benefit from this practical course on assessment skills. Improve your knowledge and technical skills in physical assessment, history taking and documentation. Lab practice is included. Please bring your own stethoscope.
Current Certificate of registration or letter of direction from College of Nurses.
Operating Room Attendant - NRSGNSCD9Focus on Operating Room Attendant role, infection control, decontamination, disinfection, sterilization, and workplace safety. Students will also be required to complete a 35-hour Laboratory Experience, HSCI10155.
Peri Anaesthesia Nursing - NRSGNSC06Develop nursing skills in pre-and-post-anesthesia and sedation practice in PeriAnesthesia environments such as Ambulatory Care, ICU, Preadmission Units, Labour and Delivery, Dental/Medical offices, etc.
Intravenous Therapy - RN - NRSGNSC90This course provides a comprehensive update for nurses caring for patients receiving IV therapy. Content includes a review of pertinent anatomy and physiology as a foundation for discussion on IV solutions, equipment, starting IVs, patient assessment and appropriate nursing care. Employing agencies will remain responsible for
certification in clinical IV skills.
Current Certificate of registration from College of Nurses.
- College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO)
- Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario (RNAO)
- Canadian Intravenous Nurses Association
RPN Exam Preparation - HSCI10040Prepare to write the College of Nurses Registration exams. Review content, discuss study and test taking strategies and answer practice tests. Practical Nursing students wishing to register must be completing semester IV. Internationally educated Nurses are to contact CARE Centre for Internationally Educated for examination preparation course specifically designed for IENs.
RN Exam Preparation - HSCI10093Prepare for success on the College of Nurses Registration Exam Learn strategies to approach critical thinking questions, review nursing content and practise testing taking skills online prior to attending an interactive tutorial sessions. Following each in-class session, you will be required to complete online case studies for the following week.
Enhanced RPN Exam Preparation - HSCI10048Benefit from interactive tutorial sessions designed for those who have already attempted the CPNRE. You must purchase Evolve - Complete PN Online Case Studies at the McMaster Bookstore and bring your CPRNE results and a calculator to the first session.
Enhanced RN Exam Preparation - HSCI10131Designed specifically for individuals who have made at least one attempt on the CNRE examinations. Includes tutorials and online learning with tutor support. You must purchase Evolve - Complete RN Online Case Studies at the McMaster Bookstore and bring all your exam results and a calculator to the first class.
The Management of Wounds - HSCIHS127Enhance your theoretical knowledge and practical skills as an RN or RPN in caring for patients with complex wounds, including leg ulcers, utilizing current evidence-based information. Course is considered equivalent to the S1 course offered by the Canadian Association of Wound Care. You must bring course manual, available online on eLearn@Mohawk course home page, to first class.
Overview of Lymphology and Lymphedema Management - HSCI10154
Focus on the basics of lymphedema and related disorders and treatment options including compression & complex decongestive therapy. Examine the International Lymphedema Framework Movement and lymphology research and educational opportunities.
General Interest Health Sciences
We offer many General Interest courses and workshops each semester. Please consult the Health section of our current catalogue.