Required Training for COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics
Prior to attending and volunteering at one of the vaccination clinics, training is required of all students, faculty or other approved preceptors. Requirements are listed below.
All Spokane BSN students who have been checked off on IM injections may participate as vaccinators at Spokane vaccine clinics. There must be a faculty or approved preceptor present.
Senior students may earn course clinical hours for volunteer time at vaccine clinics. Students must obtain permission from their clinical instructor to substitute vaccine clinic volunteer hours for course clinical credit hours.
Review the following CDC Vaccine Videos
Review all Needle Safety Videos
Read all Required Readings
- Moderna Fact Sheet for Recipients
- Moderna Storage & Handling
- Pfizer Fact Sheet for Health Care Providers
- Pfizer Fact Sheet for Recipients and Caregivers
- Pfizer Vaccination Preparation & Administration Summary
- Pfizer Storage and Handling Summary
- Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) Fact Sheets for Healthcare Providers
- Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) Fact Sheet for Recipients and Caregivers
- Janssen COVID-19 Vaccine (Johnson & Johnson): What Healthcare Professionals Need to Know
- IM-Injection Adult
- Vaccine Administration Needle Length
- Instructions for Vanish Point Syringe Use
- Medical Management of Vaccine Reactions in Adults
- Vaccination Phase finder
- WA DOH Glove and Other PPE Guidance
- WSU Student COVID Vaccination Policy
Student completion of ATI IM Injection modules (completed in J1). Faculty & Preceptors exempt.
On your clinic day, students and faculty need to:
- Complete the WSU On-line COVID Symptom Attestation
- Print, sign and date this acknowledgement, take with you to clinic
Volunteer Signup for Vaccination Clinics (Yakima Area)
- Yakima Clinics – (students need to check that they are “healthcare workers” when doing the Phasefinder.)
- Yakima State Fair Clinics