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This curriculum prepares you for the workforce. Health unit coordinators work in a general office function at doctor’s offices, hospitals, and nursing homes coordinating with physicians, nurses, and other healthcare workers. Their job is typically comprised of:
One-way students prepare for this is by partnering up and taking medical history of each other to practice exam questions and computer input.
This curriculum prepares for you to sit for the CNA certification exam. As a registered certified nurse assistant, you will provide basic care to patients such as:
After obtaining your CNA, you can obtain your certified medication aide (CMA) if you are interested in administering medication to patients.
This national awareness campaign teaches skills needed to help stop a bleed in an emergency situation while waiting for professional help to arrive.
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Healthcare providers are held accountable for their actions. It is important to understand proper code of conduct, ethical standards, moral values, social responsibility, human rights, and legal compliance. You will have the opportunity to research the hot topics and debate their legal and ethical dilemmas.
Teamwork can only be accomplished through student participation. Here are a few examples: