Student clinical rotations are scheduled through the individual’s university or college program clinical placement coordinator. The university or college clinical placement coordinator requests placements from participating/affiliated clinical facilities. Affiliation agreements must be in place between the university or college and the clinical facility.
Students and faculty are discouraged from cold-calling clinical facilities for a preceptor or for rotation availability. This must be done through your school coordinator. Please contact your faculty at your Academic Institution if you have any questions about clinical rotations/placements.
Our partnerships with the community, universities or colleges, and clinical facilities provide for the following student learning experiences for undergraduate and graduate-level nursing students;
- Beginning level nursing students to senior cohorts who are accompanied by clinical faculty.
- Preceptorships: Student/Staff partnerships for a hands-on learning experience and mentorship.
Clinical settings include;
- Hospitals. ...
- Clinics and medical offices. ...
- Nursing homes. ...
- Mental health and addiction treatment centers. ...
- Birth centers. ...
- Hospice care facilities. ...
- Dialysis facilities. ...
- Imaging and radiology centers…
Health & Safety Requirements for Students & Faculty
All students are required to meet the health & safety requirements outlined by their university or college as well as all health and safety requirements of the clinical facility prior to in-person clinical education. If students are unable to meet the health and safety requirements of clinical facilities, they may be unable to participate in clinical rotations.
All necessary information for student preparation, including health and safety requirements, should be provided to your school. Please contact your faculty at your Academic Institution if you have any questions about clinical rotations/placements.
Students are required to provide proof of;
- Immunizations – MMR, Hepatitis B, Varicella, Tetanus, TB clearance
- TB Clearance
- CPR Training
- HIPPA Training
- Blood Borne Pathogen Training
- COVID-19 Training
Students may also be required to provide proof of, but not limited to the following;
- TD or TDAP
- Drug Screen
- Cleared Criminal Background Check
- Government issued photo ID or school photo ID
- Current Influenza Vaccination (Seasonal)
- Full COVID-19 Vaccination
The Steering Committee Members have reviewed and approved the following Health & CPR requirements for Students and Faculty. Please review the document below before visiting the clinical sites of HPH, Queen's, Castle, Kaiser and Tripler. We appreciate your kokua in meeting the clinical agency requirements. Queen's Medical Center is requiring documentation of Influenza Vaccination for Students & Faculty effective January 2013. Health & CPR requirements for Students and Faculty (rev. 9/18/14)
Please contact your faculty at your Academic Institution if you have any questions about clinical rotations/placements.