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1 Butte County Regional Occupational Program COURSE DESCRIPTION COURSE TITLE: CEBEDS TITLE: Medical & Hospital Careers Hospital/Community Health Services CEBEDS NO: 4298 LENGTH OF COURSE: HOURS: 1 Year/or 1 Semester 36 Hours (two hours per day for one year or four hours per day for one semester) JOB TITLES DOT NO: Phlebotomist Aide OB Technician Emergency Technician Medical Assistant Surgical Unit Technician EEG Technician Assistant EKG Technician Assistant Radiology Assistant Medical Records Assistant Nursing Assistant Medical Front Office Assistant Central Service/Supply Assistant Physical Therapy Aide Unit Secretary Pharmacy Helper Medical Office Receptionist Respiratory Therapy Aide Switchboard Operator Nutrition Aide Environmental Service Food Service Worker Course Description: This course provides students with the necessary entry-level skills in auxiliary hospital and medical services. The program includes classroom training in basic health care relationships, anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, body mechanics and patient mobility, vital signs, weights and measures, nutrition, patient observation and reporting, life-death continuum, CPR, and job seeking skills. Emphasis is also placed on knowledge of community health resources and services and job survival skills. This course allows the student to spend approximately 18 hours in each: classroom, community classroom, and/or cooperative vocational education methodology. Butte Co ROP Medical & Hospital Careers - 1-

2 Student Outcomes: Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to: 1. Exhibit knowledge of the health care industry, be able to identify skills necessary to enter specific health careers, as well as education/training to advance to their chosen fields. 2. Have knowledge of community health resources and services and how health needs of the patients are served and the varied settings health care workers are employed. 3. Understand the concepts of ethics and confidentiality as well as the legal meaning of negligence and malpractice within the health field. 4. Exhibit knowledge of the general plan of the body, anatomical terminology and the gross anatomy and physiology of the eleven major body systems. 5. Understand and interpret medical terminology through definition of prefixes, suffixes, root words, and combining forms used in the formulation of medical terms. 6. Understand general safety precautions and fire and electrical safety rules in order to reduce the risk of injury, incident reports, International Hospital Codes and disaster plans for functioning in an emergency, practice effective infection control, and apply skills necessary to safely perform the body s motions involved in their specific jobs. 7. Demonstrate the skills needed to accurately obtain patient s vital signs and record appropriately. 8. Proficiently measure weight, length and liquid volume using the metric system of weights and measures and are able to convert other units of measure to metric, and use of military time. 9. Identify the essential nutritional elements in a balanced diet, and analyze appropriate deletions or additions within different diets to provide appropriate nutrition. 1. Be aware of developmental stages, including the process of aging, and recognize the contributory factors to maintaining wellness, effects of illness (spiritual and psychosocial), the grieving process and appropriate responses. 11. Obtain CPR Certification and have knowledge of first aid. 12. Acquire the necessary job seeking skills including the completion of the application for employment, writing a resume and participation in the interview process for securing employment in a health care occupation. 13. Demonstrate appropriate communication skills for the workplace, verbal, written and listening. 14. Satisfactorily participate in community classroom placement. Butte Co ROP Medical & Hospital Careers - 2-

3 Butte County Regional Occupational Program MEDICAL & HOSPITAL CAREERS Course Outline Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to demonstrate the following skills necessary for entry-level employment. Hours of Instruction I II Job Opportunities/Job Seeking Skills A Objective Student will develop career-planning skills to secure appropriate job training for high-skilled, high-wage job opportunities. B Outline 1. Business career opportunities 2. Job market and employment trends 3. Employer requirements 4. Completing an application 5. Preparing a resume 6. Applying for a job/interviewing 7. Personal skills 8. Sexual harassment C Competencies Upon completion of this unit, the student will be able to: 1. Have knowledge of prospective career opportunities 2. Demonstrate appropriate dress throughout class 3. Demonstrate a willingness to follow instructions and get along with others in the class 4. Fill out an application correctly and error free 5. Develop a personal resume 6. Participate in a job interview successfully 7. Demonstrate personal skill development including positive attitude, honesty, self-confidence, time management, and other positive traits 8. Identify laws which apply to sexual harassment and demonstrate tactics for handling harassment situations Critical Thinking and Problem Solving A Objective Student will exhibit critical/creative thinking, logical reasoning, and problem solving skills. *Hours integrated into subject/ skill content B Outline 1. Creative thinking-generating new ideas 2. Decision making and goal setting 3. Problem solving skills 4. Knowing how to learn *Hours integrated into *Hours integrated into Butte Co ROP Medical & Hospital Careers - 3-

4 5. Reasoning C Competencies Upon completion of this unit, the student will be able to: 1. Generate new ideas 2. Demonstrates decision making skills, including specifying goal generating alternatives, considering risks, and choosing best alternative 3. Demonstrate ability to recognize issues, problems and needs and propose a solution 4. Organize and process symbols, pictures, graphs, objects and other information 5. Use efficient learning techniques to acquire and apply knowledge 6. Discover a rule or principle underlying the relationship between two or more objects and apply it when solving a problem subject/ skill content comm. classroom specific skill training III Leadership Skills A Objective The student will develop the ability to work cooperatively in planning, organizing, and carrying out related activities and projects. B C Outline 1. Peer based and leadership skills: a. Interpersonal b. Communication c. Personal business skills d. Team membership 2. Management skills: a. Conflict resolution b. Decision making c. Problem solving d. Team leadership e. Diversity Competencies Upon completion of this unit, the student will be able to: 1. Demonstrate the ability to effectively communicate ideas, plans, and goals with team members, employers, and other employees 2. Demonstrate the ability to plan, organize, and complete projects 3. Demonstrate the dynamics of conflict resolution and Negotiation 4. Work cooperatively, share responsibility, accept supervision, and assume leadership role 5. Demonstrate cooperative working relationships and proper etiquette across gender and cultural groups IV Occupational Safety A Objective Student will understand occupational safety issues, including avoidance of physical hazards. B Outline *Hours integrated into Butte Co ROP Medical & Hospital Careers - 4-

5 1. Emergency fire 2. Safety precautions 3. Hazardous materials 4. Accident reporting subject/ skill content C Competencies Upon completion of this unit, the student will be able to: 1. Follow emergency fire and disaster procedures 2. Describe and implement good safety practices including: a. Avoidance and reporting of physical hazards in the work environment b. Safe operation of equipment c. Proper handling of hazardous material 3. Identify and follow OSHA regulations 4. Prepare accident report V Technology Literacy A Objective Student will understand and adapt to changing technology. B Outline 1. Use of appropriate technology 2. Access and manage information 3. Preventative maintenance 4. Lifelong learning in technology C Competencies Upon completion of this unit, the student will be able to: 1. Identify and demonstrate appropriate technology 2. Use technology to organize and manage information 3. Prevent, identify and solve problems with equipment and technology 4. Understand the importance of lifelong learning Core Curriculum (Units I-V) I. Orientation A. Course objectives/overview B. Student conduct/dress C. Methods of student evaluation D. Definitions of health and the concept of the health continuum E. Health care facilities F General job market knowledge G. Description of professional jobs in health occupations H. Description of entry-level jobs in health occupations I. Description of community health care agencies and facilities Objective: The student will select an occupation in the health care industry that meets his/her own personal needs. They identify the level of skills needed to enter that area, as well as the education/training essential to advance in their chosen fields. Knowledge of community health resources and services provides the student with an understanding of how the health needs of the patients are 2 Butte Co ROP Medical & Hospital Careers - 5-

6 served and the varied settings where health care workers are employed. II Health Care Relationships A. Professionalism 1. Personal conduct a. Positive attitude b. Self awareness 2. Overview of the physical and mental traits desirable for the health care worker B. "Patient's Bill of Rights" C. Confidentiality and ethics D. Legal ramifications for negligence and malpractice E. Language and cross-cultural differences F. Verbal and nonverbal communication skills G. Patient observation and reporting 25 Objective: The student will understand the concepts of ethics and confidentiality as well as the legal ramifications for negligence and malpractice within the health field. The student will accurately identify the subjective and objective symptoms observed of patients and utilize the proper method for reporting and recording each. The student will accurately identify the subjective and objective symptoms observed of patients and utilize the proper method for reporting and recording each. III. Anatomy and Physiology A. General plan of the body B. Anatomical terminology C. Gross anatomy and physiology of body systems l. Skeleton and Muscles 2. Nervous system 3. Excretory system 4. Respiratory system 5. Digestive system 6. Cardiovascular system 7. Endocrine system 8. Reproductive system D. Living cells and matter 32 Objective: The student will know the general plan of the body, anatomical terminology and the gross anatomy and physiology of the nine major body systems. IV. Medical Terminology A. Standard medical abbreviations B. Formulation of medical terms (prefixes, suffixes, root words, combining) C. Terms relevant to diagnostic and therapeutic procedures D. Terms relevant to disease E. Terms relevant to medical specialties 15 Objective: The students will understand and interpret medical terminology through definition of prefixes, suffixes, root words, and combining forms used in the formulation of medical terms. Butte Co ROP Medical & Hospital Careers - 6-

7 V. Essential Skills and Knowledge for Health Workers A. General safety l. Fire safety 2. Electrical safety 3. Incident reports 4. Disaster plans 5. International hospital codes 6. Patient safety 7. Environmental safety 8. Equipment handling B. Infection Control l. Medical asepsis 2. Isolation techniques and precautions 3. Hand washing techniques 4. Infection control techniques C. Body Mechanics 15 Objective: The student will understand general safety precautions and fire and electrical safety rules in order to reduce the risk of injury. The necessity for incident reports is understood. The students know the International Hospital Codes and disaster plans for functioning in an emergency. They practice effective infection control. The student will apply the skills necessary to safely perform the body s motions involved in their specific jobs. VI. Vital Signs A. Assessment of Vital Signs 1. Body temperature 2. Pulse 3. Respiration 4. Blood pressure 5. Height and weight B. Recording of vital signs 1 Objective: The student will demonstrate the skills needed to accurately obtain patient's vital signs and record appropriately. VII. Weights and Measures (Metric units) A. Weight B. Length C. Liquid volume D. Conversion 8 Objective: The student will proficiently measure weight, length and liquid volume using the metric system of weights and measures and are able to convert other units of measure to metric units. VIII. Nutrition A. Essential nutritional elements in a balanced diet B. Analysis of additions or deletions to a balanced diet C. Cultural and personal preference in diet D. Therapeutic considerations 1 Butte Co ROP Medical & Hospital Careers - 7-

8 Objective: The student will identify the essential nutritional elements in a balanced diet. They analyze the appropriate additions or deletions to balance the nutritional intake within different diets that are influenced by culture and personal preferences or therapeutic considerations. IX. Human Growth & Development/Geriatric Care A. Developmental stages of life and death B. Factors in maintaining wellness C. Effects of illness l. spiritual needs 2. psycho-social needs D. Grieving l. coping mechanisms 2. appropriate responses by health care worker E. Signs of approaching death F. Sudden death 15 Objective: The student will be aware of developmental stages and recognizes the contributory factors to maintaining wellness. The effects of illness on individuals are identified including the spiritual and psycho-social needs. Grieving is accepted as a normal process and appropriate responses demonstrated. X. Emergency Medical Care A. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation B. Advanced first aid 1 Objective: The student will be certified in CPR and have a general knowledge of first aid. XI. Job Seeking Skills A. Job applications B. Resumes C. Interviewing D. Attitudes and behavior E. Grooming F. Speech G. Non verbal communication 2 Objective: The student will acquire the necessary job seeking skills including the completion of the application for employment, writing a resume and participation in the interview process for securing employment in a health care occupation. Methodology Outline numbers VI through XI will be taught concurrently in the classroom and in the community classroom training sites as determined by each student's individualized training plan. The training plans are those provided in the Curriculum Guide for Health Services/Occupations. Once the students have been placed in community classroom job sites, they will spend four days in clinical and one day each week in the classroom. Butte Co ROP Medical & Hospital Careers - 8-

9 When students become employed at their individual community classroom job sites, they may continue in the course under the methodology known as Cooperative Vocational Education (CVE). Each area of training will have specific theory, skills and attitudes to be further developed. These units are topics will be developed with the aid of health care professionals within the occupation and involve the use of appropriate educational materials and resources. Classroom hours: Community classroom hours CVE hours: l8 l8 l8 TOTAL HOURS OF INSTRUCTION: Butte Co ROP Medical & Hospital Careers - 9-

10 Methods, Strategies and Techniques A variety of strategies and techniques are used to instruct the students, including: cooperative learning, current textbooks, technology and reference materials, demonstrations, field trips, group instruction, and guest speakers. Assessment of Student Performance Assessment of student performance will include: classroom participation, completion of required assignments, a complete portfolio, individual and group projects, industry related tests, and work habits (attendance, punctuality, professional attitude, and being a member of a team). ROP Certificate Requirements To earn a Certificate of Proficiency for this course, students must accomplish the following: completion of competencies at a minimum performance of 7%, maintain an 85% or higher attendance rate, and demonstrate positive work ethics in class. Assessed Job Market Needs According to the Employment Development Department, the top industries in Butte County, in the order of percentage of jobs are: Services (25%), Retail Trade (22%), and Government (21%). The estimated number of hires by industry in Butte County are Retail Trade (33%), Services (31%), Finance, Insurance and Real Estate (3%), and Public Administration (3%). Thirty seven percent of the hires will be in the service industry for which this class will prepare students with computer skills. Generally, the Department of Labor predicts that the overall employment of Nursing Aides, Orderlies, Attendants, and Medical Assistants will have faster than average employment growth through the year 21. Specifically, Medical Assistants will see an average growth in annual job openings of 4,48 (51%) new jobs. Nursing Aides, Orderlies and Attendants will see an average growth in annual job openings of 2,97 (27%) new jobs. Careers in Hospital Health Occupations offer great opportunities for our students. Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Office of Occupational Statistics and Employment Projections; California Employment Development Department, Labor Market Information Texts: Diversified Health Occupations 5 th Edition, Louise Simmers Butte Co ROP Medical & Hospital Careers - 1-

11 BUTTE COUNTY REGIONAL OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM Committed to Career Success Expected Student Learning Results 1. Demonstrate appropriate work ethic through: Punctual, regular attendance Personal integrity, honesty, respect Teamwork, working cooperatively with others Positive attitude, enthusiasm, initiative 2. Demonstrate appropriate job preparation and search skills through: Assessment, career planning, goal setting Resume, employment application, interview Attainment of course specific competencies 3. Demonstrate entry level use of industry sector technology/tools through: Adherence to safety procedures, precautions Application of knowledge, skills Integrated use of academic skills and computer literacy skills Workplace Simulation/Community Classroom/Cooperative Vocational Education 4. Demonstrate effective communication through: Workplace appropriate verbal, written and listening skills Performance of verbal and written directions Organization of thoughts and use of articulate language 5. Demonstrate critical thinking skills through: Analysis/evaluation and solution of problems Practical/successful use of community resources/agencies Independent work, self management 6. Demonstrate professionalism through: Socially appropriate interaction Suitable dress and appearance Confidentiality Butte Co ROP Medical & Hospital Careers - 11-

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