Bloodborne Pathogens Training
The California OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard requires that all individuals with occupational exposure to blood, blood products, or other potentially infectious materials complete a Bloodborne Pathogens training course ANNUALLY. This requirement applies to all MSPA Studies program students. Stanford University Bloodborne Pathogens Training is a Web-based training that takes approximately one-half hour. The Office PA Education sends e-mail instructions to all MSPA Studies program students annually.
Pre-clerkship students will not receive credit for POM until they have completed this training. Clinical students are not able to enter the Clerkship until they have completed this training.
To complete the web-based training, this course can be accessed through STARS in AXESS (log-in with your SUNet ID and password)
Bloodborne Pathogen (EHS-1600)
Recertification Bloodborne Pathogen (EHS-1601)
Safety and Emergency Preparedness Training
All MSPA Studies program students are required to complete the following three online courses:
General Safety and Emergency Preparedness (EHS-4200)
Chemical Safety for Labs (EHS-1900)-required of all PA students in laboratories. Compliance is monitored by the lab administrators
These courses are accessed through STARS in AXESS. Pre-clerkship students will not receive credit for Practice of Medicine until they have completed this training.