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1 Introduction to the Clinical Laboratory SICCM /Medical Laboratory Technology Program Course Syllabus, Fall 2014 Semester Course Number: John A. Logan College MLT 120 Rend Lake College MLT 1200 Shawnee Community College MLT 0120 Southeastern Illinois College MLT 131 Kaskaskia College MLTC 120 Course Credits: Pre-Requisites: 3 Semester Hours Lecture: 2 hours per week Lab: 2 hours per week Admission to the MLT Program Semester: Fall 2014 Location: MLT Laboratory Classroom Southern Illinois Collegiate Common Market (SICCM Facility) 3213 South Park Avenue Herrin, Illinois Telephone: (Fax) Day and Time: Instructor: Office: Office Hours: Tuesdays 12 Noon until 3:50 PM Mike Baker, MA Ed., MT(ASCP) Director SICCM/MLT Program Scott Hefner, Laboratory, MT(ASCP) SICCM Facility 3213 South Park Avenue Herrin, Illinois Telephone (Office) By appointment Course Textbook: Estridge, Barbara & Reynolds, Anna; Basic Clinical Laboratory Techniques, 2008, 5 th Edition; Delmar Publishers (Thomson Learning).

2 Course Description: Introduction to the Clinical Laboratory will acquaint the MLT student with the SICCM/MLT Program and with the profession of the Medical Laboratory Technology. The course will give the student the fundamentals of the clinical laboratory including safety practice and safety regulations, collection and handling of clinical specimens, laboratory mathematics, basic Quality Assurance, laboratory measurements, and the handling and care of laboratory instrumentation, including laboratory microscopes. Reading Assignments: Assigned reading will be required as a part of the preparation for each class. Reading the assigned material before each lecture will facilitate the student s comprehension of lecture. Methods of Instruction: Lecture, discussion, case studies, video tapes, Kodachrome slides, laboratory activities, guest lecturers, field trips, and group learning methods may be used in this course. Labs: There will be a laboratory session in each class period. The last two hours of each class is the laboratory portion in the course. Students will learn how to pipette, type blood, perform simple serological testing; learn how to make good smears for hematology, etc. The labs will give the student the experience needed in performing the psychomotor skills required in the medical laboratory technology profession. All lab reports are due at the end of the class period in which the lab was performed (unless otherwise instructed). No late lab reports will be accepted by the instructor! Labs missed due to absence cannot be made up! Introduction to phlebotomy using the training arms will be taught in this course as well. Students will gain opportunity to learn about the phlebotomy procedures and equipment prior to the spring semester course and clinical experience in phlebotomy. Methods of Evaluation: The primary methods of evaluation in this course are major exams, quizzes, laboratory reports, homework assignments, written paper assignments, and a comprehensive final exam. Major Exams: There will be at least four major exams in the course worth 100 points each. If a student misses an exam, he/she will make up the exam by setting up an appointment with the instructor.. Only one make-up exam will be allowed per student. If additional exams are missed, the student will receive a 0" score for additional exams missed. A missed exam must be made up before the next class meets. Quizzes: There may be up to a total of 5 announced and unannounced quizzes during the semester. Each of the quizzes will be worth 25 to 50 points. Unannounced quizzes will be given if it is apparent that the class appears repeatedly unprepared for lecture or lab. All quizzes will be given over the previous lecture material. Quizzes missed due to absence cannot be made up! Quizzes missed due to tardiness cannot be made up!

3 Final Exam: A comprehensive final exam will be given at the end of the course. This exam will include problem solving situations as well as questions over the entire course. Since knowledge in this vocation is cumulative, the student will be expected to use his/her knowledge and skills in a practical manner as would occur on a daily basis in the clinical lab. Each student should be well prepared for this testing by the end of the semester. The final exam is worth 100 points. Course Evaluation 4 Major Exams 400 points Final exam 100 points Quizzes 100 to 200 points (number will vary) Homework 10 to 50 points (number will vary) Lab reports 50 to 75 points (number will vary) Grading Scale Approximate points 645 to 755 points possible A % B 83-91% C 77-82% D 65-76% Failing E/F 64 Semester Grades: Semester grades are submitted to the student s home campus by the SICCM/MLT Program Director and will appear on the college s grade report and either sent to the student or obtained by computer on line per the campus policy for grade distribution. MLT Program Grade Retention Policy: Retention in the MLT Program requires that the MLT student earn a grade of C or better in all MLT and natural science courses (Chemistry, Anatomy & Physiology, and Microbiology). Grades of D, E, or F, are considered failing. The student must maintain a C average in all courses that are required in the MLT curriculum. To receive transfer credit for required courses, the student must have earned a C or better. If a student fails an MLT or a required natural science course, the course must be repeated with a passing grade ( C or above). MLT courses are offered only once per year, so the student will have to wait to re-take courses until the pre-requisite course has been completed with a passing grade.

4 Schedule, Assignment, and Course Changes: There may be changes in the lecture schedule and testing dates depending on topics and activities covered in the course. Other changes are possible such as paper due dates, homework dates, etc. due to time constraints or inclement weather. Inclement Weather Policy: All classes will meet at the scheduled time, unless inclement weather and hazardous road conditions exist. The decision of class cancellation will be made by the MLT Program Director on the day of the scheduled class meeting. Every attempt will be made to notify each student at home by phone if class is canceled. If in doubt, please call the SICCM office. Attendance: Attendance is required and expected in this and all MLT courses. Attendance will be taken at every class period. Tardiness and repeatedly leaving class earlier than usual will be noted as well. Any student who misses more than 2 classes will be dropped one letter grade lower due to absences. Course points will be totaled and a letter grade lower will be issued. This professional training is crucial, and so is your attendance. If you are going to be absent, please call the SICCM office and notify the MLT Program Director of your absence. You will have to call in any absence as a professional Medical Laboratory Technician employee, so training begins in the classroom. Policy on Cheating in the MLT Program: A student who is found to have cheated on a quiz, exam, or who falsifies information on laboratory reports will receive a failing grade in the area where cheating has occurred and may be subject to disciplinary action according to his/her campus policy. The ASCP Ethical Guidelines clearly outlines professional behavior for the clinical laboratory scientist. The student may be dismissed from the MLT Program or placed on probation by the appropriate official(s) of his/her campus, depending on the severity of the offense. Counseling Services Available at your Home College Campus: Students should be made aware of the availability of counseling services (both academic and personal) that are made available at their home college campuses. Anytime a student experiences financial, academic, or personal problems that could interfere with his/her education, he/she can turn to the counseling services that are made available at his/her home campus. Each campus has friendly, professional individuals who are there to assist students in a resourceful manner. For more information, students may contact the MLT Program Director or his/her campus Allied Health Coordinator. Computer Use in the Classroom and Outside the Classroom: The SICCM MLT classroom has two computers available with Internet hookup and a printer for student use. These are not to be used to retrieve personal , but are to be used for assignments only. In addition, the Health Information classroom has 12 computers available for class use when the room is available. Students who do not have home computers are

5 encouraged to use classroom computers for assignments. Computer assignments using the Medical Training System Library will be part of the MLT curriculum. Assignments will be given throughout the course. Disability Provision: Students who have special needs due to physical or learning disabilities may contact the disability coordinator at his/her campus. SICCM and its affiliates do not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, gender, age, or the presence of a non-job related condition or disability.

6 Introduction to the Clinical Laboratory Course Outline Fall 2014 Semester Date Topics Reading Assignment Orientation Student handbook & Course Syllabus Partial Notes Chapter The Clinical Laboratory Chapter 1-1 The Clinical Laboratory Professional Chapter 1-2 Laboratory Ethics Handouts HIPAA Training, CAP, and CLIA-88 Handouts Lab: Pipettes / Tying tourniquets HIPAA quiz Introduction to Medical Terminology Chapter 1-3 Laboratory Safety Chapters 1-5 & 1-6, Videos Blood Borne Pathogen Standard Video TB Standards Video Quiz on Safety Introduction to the Metric System Chapter 1-4 Quality Assessment in the Laboratory Chapter 1-7 Laboratory Calculations and Reagent Prep Chapter 1-11 Lab: Pipettes and dilutions cont Exam I Laboratory Glassware Chapter 1-8 General Laboratory Equipment Chapter 1-9 The Compound Microscope Chapter 1-10 Lab: Operation and Care of the Compound Microscope Blood Collection: Capillary Puncture Chapter 1-12 Blood Collection: Routine Venipuncture Chapter 1-13 Lab: Venipuncture on the Artificial Arm Introduction to Hematology Chapter 2-1 Hematology Tests and Principle Chapter Lab: Automated CBC; making and staining a blood smear

7 Date Topic Assigned Reading Exam 2 Principles of Hemostasis Chapter 3-1 Disorders of Hemostasis Chapter 3-2 Bleeding Time Chapter 3-3 Prothrombin Time Chapter 3-4 Activated Partial Thromboplastin Time Chapter 3-5 Rapid Hemostasis Tests Chapter 3-6 Lab: Slide making cont with microscope Introduction to Immunology Chapter 4-1 Introduction to Immunohematology Chapter 4-2 ABO Grouping Chapter 4-3 Rh Typing Chapter 4-4 Serology: Infectious Mono and RF Chapter 4-5 & 4-6 Lab: ABO and Rh typing; Introduction to Urinalysis Chapter 5-1 Collection and Preservation of Urine Chapter 5-2 Physical Examination of Urine Chapter 5-3 Chemical Examination of Urine Chapter 5-4 Microscopic Examination of Urine Chapter 5-5 Pregnancy Tests on Urine Chapter 5-6 Lab: Performing Chemical dipstick testing on urine Exam 3 Introduction to Clinical Chemistry Chapter 6-1 Specimen Collection and Processing Chapter 6-2 Point of Care Testing Chapter 6-4 Most Common Chemistry Tests Handout Electrolytes Chapter 6-7 Lab: Chemistry Analysis Introduction to Clinical Microbiology Chapter 7-1 Infection Control Chapter 7-2 Public Health Threats Chapter 7-3 Bioterrorism Chapter 7-4 Culture Techniques for Bacteria Chapter 7-5 Lab: Streaking and media/gram stain

8 Date Topic Assigned Reading Preparing and Gram Staining Chapter 7-6 Throat Culture and Rapid Test for Strep A Chapter 7-7 Urine Culture and Colony Count Chapter 7-8 Bacterial Identification and Antibiotic Testing Chapter 7-9 Laboratory Detection of Sexually Transmitted Chapter 7-10 Diseases Fecal Occult Blood Tests Chapter 7-11 Lab: Performing and interpreting the Gram Stain Exam 4 Introduction to Parasitology Chapter 8-1 Collecting and Processing Parasite Specimens Chapter 8-2 Microscopic Detection of Parasites Chapter 8-3 Preparing and Staining Parasite Smears Chapter 8-4 Lab: Finding parasites in prepared specimens Final Lab practical No class Final Exam

9 Introduction to the Clinical Laboratory Course Objectives By the completion of this course, the student should be able to: 1. Describe the required training, on the job expectations, and job opportunities of a Medical Laboratory Technologist; 2. Identify personal attributes necessary to complete the physical tasks of the Medical Laboratory Technologist; 3. Review the SICCM/MLT Program curriculum and expectations as stated in the Student Handbook 4. Discuss and examine clinical laboratory instrumentation including basic principles of photometry, microscopy, and simple automation; 5. Calculate basic laboratory math and dilutions; 6. Review basic computer components, operations, and specialized lab/hospital information systems; 7. Describe clinical specimen collection of blood, urine, and cultures; 8. Review each department of the clinical laboratory (chemistry, hematology, coagulation, urinalysis, microbiology, immunology, and blood bank; 9. Examine the clinical significance and basic principles of major laboratory tests performed in each department; 10. Interpret fundamentals of quality control and quality assurance used in the clinical laboratory; 11. Recognize personal characteristics critical to individual success as a Medical Laboratory Technologist; 12. Develop professionalism regarding clinical laboratory ethics, confidentiality, and legality as described by various professional medical organizations; 13. Demonstrate general laboratory and clinical laboratory safety practices related to blood borne pathogen standards and universal precautions; 14. Perform routine venipuncture on the artificial arm achieving a competency in technique drawing from the artificial arm prior to drawing human subjects; 15. Practice of technique of various types of pipetting used in the clinical laboratory; 16. Write a professional resume appropriate for entry level health care occupation. 17. Cite and relate safety practices concerning blood borne pathogens, physical, chemical, and work place controls as part of an overall Safety Plan d FL 14

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