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    Westside High School            Truth, Honesty, Integrity                     Established 2000 A.D.

     

    Syllabus: Principles of Health Science (POHS)

     

    Teacher: Dr. Anna H. Haro                                                                 Room: North 216

    Tutorial: Monday and Tuesday  11:34 – 12:04 PM                            Conference: 3rd Period

    Email: anna.haro@houstonisd.org                                                     Phone: 281-920-8000

     

    Course Description:

    Principles of Health Science or POHS is designed to provide an overview of the therapeutic, diagnostic, health informatics, support services, and biotechnology research and development systems of the health care industry. To pursue a career in health care, students should learn to reason, think critically, make decisions, solve problems, and communicate effectively. Students should recognize that quality health care depends on collaboration, or the ability to work well with others. Professional integrity in the health science industry is dependent on acceptance of ethical and legal responsibilities. Students are expected to employ their ethical and legal responsibilities, recognize limitations, and understand the implications of their actions. Course description from the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills, TEKS §130.222 

    Course Objectives:

    At the conclusion of the course, students will exhibit knowledge and skills, in addition to the attitudes and values of caring for patients within the health care system from the perspective of multiple professions. Learning objectives in POHS include different topics and skills, focusing on professionalism, employability, communication, careers, technology, medical terminology, med math, the human body and development, wellness, leadership and team work skills, healthcare disparities and public health, law and ethics, and safety.

    Students will demonstrate accomplishment of the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) for POHS, which are documented in Subchapter H, §130.222 accessible here: https://tea.texas.gov/sites/default/files/130H-Health%20Sci%20tc.pdf

    Tutorials:

    Individual and small group tutoring sessions will be available to students twice weekly on Monday and Tuesday 11:34 - 12:03. All tutorials will be held in room North 216. Students are encouraged to sign-up for tutorials in advance through email or TEAMS.

    Class supplies:

    1. HISD laptop computer and charger
    2. School ID 
    3. Class Notebook/Spiral
    4. Pen or a pencil - any color dark enough to be visible
    5. Please choose one item from the list below to bring to the classroom during the first week of school:
    1. One roll of paper towels
    2. One pack of tissues
    3. One pack of antibacterial wipes
    4. Any one of the above items can be generic or store brand
    1. Additional supplies will be provided during class as needed and will be collected prior to exiting the classroom.

    Classroom Rules:

    1. RESPECT! Demonstrate respect for self and for others’ rights, beliefs, opinions, and property. No bullying and no classroom disruptions.
    2. Wash hands prior to entering and exiting the classroom and always before and immediately after handling a patient, device, or manikin during the routine of classroom instruction and training.
    3. Be prepared, participate, arrive on-time, follow school rules and the HISD code of conduct, which are all signs of respect. See rule number one.

    Teacher’s Commitments:

    1. Respect all students - treat every student fairly, with empathy and compassion, and with equity of consequence to all students in the classroom.
    2. Prepare classroom activities and assignments for effective use of time.
    3. Model the values, attitudes, skills, and knowledge (VASK) of a health care professional and teacher.
    4. Demonstrate accountability for student performance and assessment.
    5. Communicate course information including the calendar, curriculum content, exams, projects, and student progress.
    6. Encourage and help establish students’ health care industry goals.
    7. Abide and enforce the HISD code of conduct and Westside High School Rules.

    Grading Policy:

    Major Grades – includes Essays, Projects, Exams                           70%

    Daily Assignments, DOLs, Quizzes, Labs and VASK score            30%

    What is VASK? VASK stands for values, attitudes, skills, and knowledge. Professional health care workers abide by a unique set of values, attitudes, skills, and knowledge, which distinguish health care workers from all other professional careers. As a health care professional, it is an honor, a privilege, and an onerous responsibility to care for the life of another human being. Students participating in the Health Care Science Technology CTE track will model and develop these characteristics throughout the academic year. The expectation is that students who choose the health care science CTE track will earn full credit for their VASK scores. Points will be deducted for violation of health care VASK traits such as dishonesty, disrespect, apathy, and others; such incidents will be documented within 24 hours. Additionally, students will have the opportunity to earn additional points toward their VASK score for exceptional display of the VASK traits.

    Late work: All work is expected to be submitted electronically to CANVAS or by email (when CANVAS is down) no later than 11:59PM on the published due date. Any late work submitted after the cut-off time must be posted to CANVAS AND emailed directly to Anna.Haro@Houstonisd.org with a full paragraph explaining why the work was submitted late. Late work submitted after the published due date can earn a maximum of 70%.

    Exam Re-Take:

    HISDistrict Policy on Retakes (from AY 2022-2023, effective until changed):

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    Source:  Board Policy, EIA, Local

     

    At Westside, a retake is an assessment that matches the rigor and objectives of an original exam. Retakes often increase a student’s grade, but the primary purpose is a second opportunity to demonstrate mastery of course material. Retakes should be similar in length and rigor to the original assessment and must NOT be designed for the purpose of raising a grade (i.e. significantly shorter assignment, completion grade, etc.)

    Retake Guidelines

    • All teachers must follow Policy EIA (Local).
    • All major grades are eligible for a retake.
    • Assignment must have been attempted to be eligible for a retake.
    • Retake must be completed within two weeks of original test grade being posted in PowerSchool.
    • Retakes are for failing grades (below 70).
    • Students with absences still have the opportunity to have a retake for a make-up exam.
    • Retakes are not allowed for final exams.

     Retake Process

    • Prior to retaking, students must complete one or more of the following, determined by the teacher:
      • Attend necessary tutorials
      • Complete alternative assignment
      • Complete necessary homework
      • Complete test corrections
    • After a student completes a retake, the teacher has a week to grade the assessment.
    • All retake grades are capped at a 70.

     Homework: This class will be study-intensive to learn the course content, including patient care techniques and skills. Students will receive ample time to complete daily work and group projects ahead of published due dates. “Homework” will include exam preparation and study time, which is the individual responsibility of each student.

    Communication Policy: All students, parents, guardians, and classroom visitors are invited to email or call Dr. Haro regarding any questions or comments about course content, grades, discipline, projects, exams, and assignments. Emails and phone calls will be answered within the next business day (for example, a Monday email will be answered no later than Tuesday, but a Friday phone call will be answered no later than the following Monday assuming it is not a school holiday). If there is an emergency, please state at the beginning of the email, text, or voicemail that it is “URGENT” and every effort will be made to respond as soon as possible pending other teaching commitments.

    Teacher Bio: Dr. Haro earned her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the Chicago College of Pharmacy at Midwestern University where she was class president, president of the Rho Chi National Pharmacy Honor Society, and Summa Cum Laude graduate. Her career in pharmacy has included work for cancer patients and experience in the emergency room. Dr. Haro has worked in community pharmacy settings for both retail chain and independent pharmacies. Dr. Haro’s passion for teaching others spans more than three decades but is most evident in various teaching positions including nine years as a public school teacher and three years at Texas A&M University. Additionally, Dr. Haro completed her Bachelors and Masters degrees in music performance and is a professional classical musician. Her hobbies include performing music, competitive athletics, and spending quality time with her kids and family. Her proudest accomplishment to date is surviving Stage 3 Colon Cancer and living every day to the fullest.

     
     
    Principles of Health Science (POHS) Lesson Plans:
     
     
    2023-2024 POHS Course Calendar (Scope and Sequence):
     

     Westside High School

    Principles of Health Science

    2023-2024 Academic Calendar (Dates are flexible and subject to change based on student needs.)

     

    Week

    Dates

    TEKS

    UNIT

    Topic(s)

    Major Grades/HW

              UNIT 1

     TEKS §130.222(c)

                (1)          The student demonstrates professional standards/employability skills as required by business and industry. The student is expected to

                (A) express ideas in a clear, concise, and effective manner;

                (B) exhibit the ability to cooperate, contribute, and collaborate as a member of a team; and

                (C) identify employer expectations such as punctuality, attendance, time management, communication, organizational skills, and productive work                                  

                               habits.

    1

    8/28-9/1

    §130.222(c)(1)(A-C)

    1: Intro to Professionalism and Employability Skills

    Syllabus; Class Procedures; Integrity, and Respect

    Respect Poster; Spiral Check

    HOLIDAY

    9/4/23

    LABOR DAY HOLIDAY

    2

    9/5-9/8

    §130.222(c)(1)(A-C)

    1: Intro to Professionalism and Employability Skills

    Organizational & Study Skills; The HON-code

    Professionalism Quiz

    3

    9/11-9/15

    §130.222(c)(1)(A-C)

    1: Intro to professionalism and Employability Skills

    Employability and soft skills

     

    EXAM 1, Charting Quiz

    UNIT 2

    TEKS SS130.222

    (2)             The student applies mathematics, science, English language arts, and social studies in health science. The student is expected to:

                                        (L) analyze and evaluate communication skills for maintaining healthy relationships throughout the life span;

     

    (3)             The student uses verbal and nonverbal communication skills. The student is expected to:

    (A)             identify components of effective and non-effective communication;

    (B)             demonstrate effective communication skills for responding to the needs of individuals in a diverse society;

                      (C)             evaluate the effectiveness of conflict-resolution techniques in various situations.

    4

    9/18-9/22

    §130.222(c)(2)(L) & (3)(A-C)

    2. Communication

     

    Verbal & Non-Verbal; Effective & Non-Effective Communication; SOAP Note

    Communication quiz

    HOLIDAY

    9/25/23

     

    FALL HOLIDAY

     

     

    5

    9/25-9/29

    §130.222(c)(2)(L) & (3)(A-C)

    2. Communication

    Verbal and Non-Verbal Skills, Culture and Customs

    EXAM 2 and SOAP Note

    END OF CYCLE 1

    UNIT 3

    TEKS SS130.222

                      (6)            The student identifies academic preparation and skills necessary for employment as defined by the health science industry. The student is expected to identify academic            

                                       requirements for professional advancement such as certification, licensure, registration, continuing education, and advanced degrees.

                      (7) The student identifies the career pathways related to health science. The student is expected to:

                                       (A) compare health science careers within the diagnostic, therapeutic, health informatics, support services, and biotechnology research and development systems.

                      (8) The student examines the role of the multidisciplinary team in providing health care. The student is expected to:

                                       (B) examine the role of professional organizations in the preparation and governance of credentialing and certification.

    6

    10/2-10/6

    §130.222(c)(6), (7)(A), & (8)(B)

    3. Health Care Careers

    Career Pathways; Clusters; Divisions of HC; Employment; Education; Training; Certifications

    My Career Project

    7

    10/9-10/12

    §130.222(c)(6), (7)(A), & (8)(B)

    3. Health Care Careers

    Education; Salary; Hierarchy; Chain-of-Command

    Health Care Hierarchy

    10/13/23

    STUDENT HOLIDAY STAFF WORDAY.

    UNIT 4

    TEKS SS130.222

                      (5)             The student identifies the technology used in the diagnostic, therapeutic, health informatics, support services, and biotechnology research and development systems. The                 

                                        student is expected to:

     (A) research and identify technological equipment used in the diagnostic, therapeutic, health informatics, support services, and biotechnology research and development systems;

     (B) identify potential malfunctions of technological equipment.

                      (12)           The student identifies the technology used in the diagnostic, therapeutic, health informatics, support services, and biotechnology research and development systems. The

                                        student is expected to:

    1. research and identify technological equipment used in the diagnostic, therapeutic, health informatics, support services, and biotechnology research and          

                                       development systems;

                                       (B)   identify potential malfunctions of technological equipment; and

                                       (C)   recognize and explain the process for reporting equipment or technology malfunctions.

    8

    10/16-10/20

    §130.222(c) 5)(A-B) &(12)(A-C)

    5. Health Informatics and Technology

    Electronic Health Records; Patient Privacy; HIPPA

    HIPPA Quiz

    9

    10/23-10/27

    §130.222(c) 5)(A-B) &(12)(A-C)

    5. Health Informatics and Technology

    Delivery Systems; Health Care Provider Technology Systems

    EXAM 3

    UNIT  5

    TEKS §130.222(c)

    (2)             The student applies mathematics, science, English language arts, and social studies in health science. The student is expected to:

    1. convert UNITs between systems of measurement;
    2. apply data from tables, charts, and graphs to provide solutions to health-related problems;

    (C)             interpret technical material related to the health science industry;

    (D)             organize, compile, and write ideas into reports and summaries;

    (E)             plan and prepare effective oral presentations;

                      (F)             formulate responses using precise language to communicate ideas

    10

    10/30-11/3

    §130.222(c)(2)(A-F)

    5. Medical Terminology

    Word Parts, Abbreviations, Pronunciation 7 Spelling, Audionyms, How to use a Medical Dictionary

    Audionym Quiz

    11

    11/6-11/09

    §130.222(c)(2)(A-F)

    5. Medical Terminology

    Cells, Tissues, Organs, Body Organization, Anatomical Direction

    Anatomical Direction Project

    HOLIDAY

    11/10/23

    STUDENT HOLIDAY STAFF WORKDAY

    END OF CYCLE 2

    UNIT  6

    TEKS §130.222(c)

    (2)             The student applies mathematics, science, English language arts, and social studies in health science. The student is expected to:

    1. convert UNITs between systems of measurement;
    2. apply data from tables, charts, and graphs to provide solutions to health-related problems.

    12

    11/13-11/17

    §130.222(c)(2)(A-F)

    6. Medical Math

    The 24-Hour Clock; Conversions; Systems of Measurement; Math & Medications

    Med Math, EXAM 4

    HOLIDAY

    11/20-11/24

    THANKSGIVING BREAK

                     UNIT 7

    TEKS §130.222(c)

    (2)             The student applies mathematics, science, English language arts, and social studies in health science. The student is expected to:

    (G)             describe biological and chemical processes that maintain homeostasis;

    (H)             identify and analyze principles of body mechanics and movement such as forces and the effects of movement, torque, tension, and elasticity on the human body;

    (J)              describe the stages of development related to the life span.

    13

    11/27-12/01

    §130.222(c)(2)(G, H and J)

    8. Human Growth & Development

    Genetics; Genetic Research; Homeostasis

    Genetic Research Current Event Project

    14

    12/4-12/8

    §130.222(c)(2)(G, H and J)

    8. Human Growth & Development

    Prenatal & Neonatal Development, Childhood, Adolescence, Adulthood, Aging and death

    My BABY Book Project

                     UNIT 8

    TEKS §130.222(c)

    (2)             The student applies mathematics, science, English language arts, and social studies in health science. The student is expected to:

    (I)              identify human needs according to Maslow's Hierarchy of Human Needs;

    (K)             identify the concepts of health and wellness throughout the life span;

                     (10) The student recognizes the rights and choices of the individual. The student is expected to:

                                      (B) identify wellness strategies for the prevention of disease.

    15

    12/11-12/15

    §130.222(c)(2)(I and K) and (10)(B)

    8. Wellness & Nutrition

    Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs; Stress & Mental Health

    Lifestyle Plan

    16

    12/18-12/21

    §130.222(c)(2)(I and K) and (10)(B)

    8. Wellness & Nutrition

    Nutrition, MyPlate.gov, Disease Prevention

    My Plate.gov Project, FALL FINAL EXAM REVIEW

    17

    12/19-12/21

     

    SEMESTER 1 FINAL EXAMS

    END OF CYCLE 3 AND END OF FALL 2023 SEMESTER

    HOLIDAY

    12/22-1/7

     

    WINTER BREAK. HAPPY NEW YEAR 2024!!!

                   

     

    Week

    Dates

    TEKS

    UNIT

    Topic(s)

    Major Grades

     

              UNIT 9

    TEKS §130.222(c)

                   (4) The student implements the leadership skills necessary to function in a democratic society. The student is expected to:

                         (A) identify traits of a leader;

                         (B) demonstrate leadership skills, characteristics, and responsibilities of leaders such as goalsetting and team building; and

                         (C) demonstrate the ability to effectively conduct and participate in meetings.

                  (7) The student identifies the career pathways related to health science. The student is expected to:

                         (B) identify the collaborative role of team members between systems to deliver quality health care.

                  (8) The student examines the role of the multidisciplinary team in providing health care. The student is expected to:

                         (A) explain the concept of teaming to provide quality health care; and

                         (B) examine the role of professional organizations in the preparation and governance of credentialing and certification.

     

    18

    1/8-1/12

    §130.222(c)(4)(A-C), (7)(B), and (8)(A-B)

    9. Leadership and Teamwork

    Interpersonal communication, Leadership VASK

    Leadership Challenge

     

    HOLIDAY

    1/15/2024

    MLK DAY HOLIDAY

     

    19

    1/16-1/19

    §130.222(c)(4)(A-C), (7)(B), and (8)(A-B)

    9. Leadership and Teamwork

     

    Healthcare team and collaboration

    Patient/family skits

    Impacts quiz

     

    20

    1/22-1/26

    §130.222(c)(4)(A-C), (7)(B), and (8)(A-B)

    9. Leadership and Teamwork

    Professional Organizations; Leadership; and Teamwork

    Healthy People 2030 Research Project, EXAM

     

                 UNIT 10

    TEKS §130.222(c)

                           (9) The student interprets ethical behavior standards and legal responsibilities. The student is expected to:

                                           (A) compare published professional codes of ethics and scope of practice;

                                           (B) explain principles of ethical behavior and confidentiality, including the consequences of breach of confidentiality;

                                           (C) discuss ethical issues related to health care, including implications of technological advances;

                                           (D) examine issues related to malpractice, negligence, and liability; and

                                           (E) research laws governing the health science industry.

                           (10) The student recognizes the rights and choices of the individual. The student is expected to:

                                          (A) identify situations related to autonomy;            

                                          (C) evaluate positive and negative effects of relationships on physical and emotional health such as peers, family, and friends in promoting a healthy                

                                                community;

                                           (D) review documentation related to rights and choices; and

     

    21

    1/29-2/2

    §130.222(c)(9)(A-E), (10)(A, C and D)

    10. Law and Ethics

    Hippocratic Oath

    Ethics Quiz

     

    22

    2/5-2/9

    §130.222(c)(9)(A-E), (10)(A, C and D)

    10. Law and Ethics

    Ethical Dilemmas, Technology, and malpractice

    Technology in Medicine

     

    23

    2/12-2/16

    §130.222(c)(9)(A-E), (10)(A, C and D)

    10. Law and Ethics

    Autonomy, POA, Advanced directives, Research

    Advanced directives & DNR

     

    HOLIDAY

    2/19

     

    STUDENT HOLIDAY TEACHER WORKDAY

     

    24

    2/20-2/23

    §130.222(c)(9)(A-E), (10)(A, C and D)

    10. Law and Ethics

    HC Law

    Begin Research Papers

     

    25.1

    2/26-2/27

    §130.222(c)(9)(A-E), (10)(A, C and D)

    10. Law and Ethics

    Hippocratic Oath, Ethical Dilemmas, Medical Technology

    Ethical Dilemma Research papers, EXAM

     

    END OF CYCLE 4 (2/27)

     

                 UNIT 11

    TEKS §130.222(c)

                         (2) The student applies mathematics, science, English language arts, and social studies in health science. The student is expected to:

                                           (M) research the historical significance of health care;

                                           (N) describe the impact of health services on the economy;

                                           (O) analyze the impact of local, state, and national government on the health science industry;

                                           (P) identify diverse and cultural influences that have impacted contemporary aspects of health care delivery; and

                                           (Q) research and compare practices used by various cultures and societies to solve problems related to health.

                           (10) The student recognizes the rights and choices of the individual. The student is expected to:

                                          (E) demonstrate an understanding of diversity and cultural practices influencing contemporary aspects of health care.

     

    25.2

    2/28-3/1

    §130.222(c)(2)(M-Q) and (10)(E)

    11. Health Care Disparities and Public Health

    Culture, society, and health care differences

     

     

    26

    3/4-3/8

    §130.222(c)(2)(M-Q) and (10)(E)

    11. Health Care Disparities and Public Health

    Healthy People 2030 and Public Health

     

     

    HOLIDAY

    3/29/2024

    SPRING HOLIDAY

     

                    UNIT 12

    TEKS §130.222(c)

                    (11) The student recognizes the importance of maintaining a safe environment and eliminating hazardous situations. The student is expected to:                

                            (A) identify governing regulatory agencies such as the World Health Organization, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, U.S.         

                            Food and Drug Administration, Joint Commission, and National Institute of Health;

                            (B) identify industry safety standards such as standard precautions, fire prevention and safety practices, and appropriate actions to emergency situations; and

                            (C) relate safety practices in the health science industry.

     

    29

    4/1-4/5

    §130.222(c)(11)(A-C)

    12. Safety

    Medical Errors

    Medical Errors Video

     

    30.1

    4/8-4/9

    §130.222(c)(11)(A-C)

    12. Safety

    Sterility, BBP, OSHA

    Safety Quiz

     

    HOLIDAY

    4/10/2024

    SPRING HOLIDAY

     

    30.2

    4/11-4/12

    §130.222(c)(11)(A-C)

    12. Safety

    Clinical Trials

    Trial Evaluation

     

    31

    4/15-4/19

    §130.222(c)(11)(A-C)

    12. Safety

    Accreditation

    EXAM

     

    END OF CYCLE 5

     


    32

    4/22-4/26

    §130.222(c)(2-12)

    13. POHS Applications in the Health Care Industry

    Topics TBD

     

     

    33

    4/29-5/3

    §130.222(c)(2-12)

    13. POHS Applications in the Health Care Industry

    Topics TBD

     

     

    34

    5/6-5/10

    §130.222(c)(2-12)

    13. POHS Applications in the Health Care Industry

    Topics TBD

    Cumulative Exam

     

    35

    5/13-5/17

    §130.222(c)(2-12)

    13. POHS Applications in the Health Care Industry

    Topics TBD

    Student Choice Projects

     

    36

    5/20-5/24

    §130.222(c)(2-12)

    13. POHS Applications in the Health Care Industry

    FINAL EXAM REVIEW

    Review

     

    HOLIDAY

    5/27

    MEMORIAL DAY HOLIDAY

     

    EXAMS

    5/28-6/5

    SEMESTER 2 FINAL EXAMS

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY (archives):

    For Spring 2023 lesson plans, click the link here: Spring 2023 Lesson Plans

    For Fall lesson plans, click the link here: Med Term Lesson Plans

     EXAM REVIEWS

    Med Term Exam Review #1

    PowerPoint Presentations:

    Intro to Med Term Spring 2022 PPT

    Med Term SOAP Notes PPT

    Creating a SOAP PPT

    Med Term HON Code

    CVD PPT and Framingham Risk Calculator

    HTN PPT

    Cardiovascular System PPT - Anatomy and Physiology

    CV System, AMI part 1

    CV System AMI Part 2

    Endocrine System PPT Part 1

    Med Term Spring 2022 Assignments:

    1. Med Term Feedback Survey (daily grade): Click and complete the link - https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=Zpnr9TaTM0uIlZmCQlsT7aqtkDoyKPdGrL4B3XoIYYBUNUw1T0dISEpPSkRLRFhQNzhZVDRTTldHWC4u

    2. Respect Major Grade Posters: What does respect mean to you? Who is someone you respect and why? What are the characteristics of those you respect?

    3. Disrespect in the healthcare setting. Pt/provider Simulations (daily grade)

    4. SOAP Note and Abreviation flashcards. (daily participation grade)

    5. SOAP Note Pop-Quiz: Click the link and finish the quiz here: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=Zpnr9TaTM0uIlZmCQlsT7aqtkDoyKPdGrL4B3XoIYYBUQlEwNEQzNkVHQ1oxV1lKVUhWRDhWMzlKSi4u

    Monday's PopQuiz (QR Code)

    6. SOAP Note Major Grade (group project). The rubric and true life example are posted here: SOAP Directions and Rubric    SOAP Note Example

    7. DUE NOW (Friday, February 25, 2022) VASK Score Do Now (https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=Zpnr9TaTM0uIlZmCQlsT7aqtkDoyKPdGrL4B3XoIYYBUQjdEVDRWVTFBMlIySDlVRkw2NTE5SDFJNi4u )

    8. Lifesize Human CV System: Group Major Grade Instructions (Lifesize Human CV System)

    9. Framingham heart attack risk calculator assignment: https://www.mdcalc.com/framingham-risk-score-hard-coronary-heart-disease

    Compare and contrast the 10-year risk of a "healthy" patient vs. an unhealthy patient. Describe the differences in their risk and impact on the % score. . Click the form here to submit your work (also posted in the PowerPoint): https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=Zpnr9TaTM0uIlZmCQlsT7aqtkDoyKPdGrL4B3XoIYYBUOEcwOVBOUzgyRk5DMjlIMVMwMjRMVlpLVy4u\

    10. HTN Drug Project Major Grade Hypertension (HTN) Drug Project Major Grade

    11. Complete the questions in red (fill in the blanks and discussion questions) Cardiovascular System 

    12. Human Blood Circulation Pathway Daily Grade

    13. Friday, March 25, 2022 - Cardiovascular System Quiz: REVERSE QUIZ - CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM

    14. Friday, April 1, 2022 - AMI, CABG, and EKG videos: Video Assignment

    15. Friday, April 8, 2022 - ER AMI Skit visit: Skit Directions

    16. Monday, April 11, 2022 Mock OSCE ER visit (AMI): Grading Rubric

    17. Due 4/12/2022 Cardiovascular System Exam Review: CV System Exam Review

    18. Due 4/18/2022 BONUS MAJOR Grade: SAGE clinical trial (Statin drug therapy)

    19. Due 4/29/2022, Research Paper: Major Grade Research Paper

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    Feb 2023 PD: The OSCE Method

    PD: Health Science Curriculum Part 1 (Pregression from Principles to Graduation)

    PD: Health Science Curriculum Part 2 (Skills gap, opportunities, and challenges)

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    HOSA Area 2 PPT: The Opioid Crisis (The other pandemic)