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9 10 11 12
12 A

The Scoop on Scope of Practice

It is very important for a Medical Assistant to internalize and realize the boundaries they need to respect in their scope of practice. This lesson is the third of four lessons from the project, "The Absolute "YES" and "NO" in caring for patients". This lesson aims to help Medical Assistant students in California to be clear about what they can an…

9 10 11 12

Trashy Art Analysis: Taking a Look at Artists in the Industry (CTE)

Have you ever wondered how you'd look wearing your trash? Have you ever thought about jumping into your trash can and covering yourself with trash? Do you know what zero waste is? Do you think human consumption is a beautiful thing or a repulsive scar on our society? Come learn about how some artists and activists are bringing light to our trashy w…

Sales Presentation - Selling your Zombie Structure (CTE)

In this lesson, students are in teams of two to present their Zombie Survival Kit sales pitch. This presentation means life or death!

9 10 11 12

Blood Basics - The Cellular Constituents of Blood

Blood Banking is a multibillion dollar industry with employment opportunities that range from medical technologist to Registered Nurse. Each year over 21 million blood components are used in the United States alone. These 4 lessons will educate and invite students to understand and explore what happens behind the scenes of a blood bank. In this fi…

10 11 12

The Status of the Red Blood Cell Stratus -- AKA Hematocrit!

In this third lesson, students will develop an understanding of the procedure and value of a hematocrit which is a routine test before every blood donation.

8 9 10

It Takes All Types - Blood Type Lab Activity

In this second of four lessons, students extend their knowledge of blood cells to learn about the different blood types. Understanding how and why blood banks test the blood supply not only provides necessary background when preparing to participate in the culminating blood drive, this lesson also provides more ideas to help them create their capst…

9 10 11 12

Can You Save Me? Using Triage Protocol (CTE)

This lesson will help students recognize triage protocols. Students will gain experience categorizing patients using color tags during a mock emergency or disaster situation.

9 11 12

This is War! Triage in the War Zone (CTE)

This lesson will discuss the history of triage and how it was used in for wounded soldiers on the battlefield during war. Students will do research and them make presentations on triage during various war times.

9 10 11 12

What's the Disaster? (CTE)

Students will explore and identify roles of the health care workers regarding man-made or natural disasters, active threats, and health emergencies in their area.

9 10 11 12

Medical Terminology Bingo! (CTE)

This lesson will discuss commonly used medical terms and their meanings that one might hear in a disaster, emergency and or threat.

11 12

The Public Health Plan

This lesson is the third in a series of four lesson plans which serves as a guide to help students translate a public health needs assessment into a public health (intervention) plan. Students will use the Needs Assessment that they completed for Lesson #2 to inform a public health plan that addresses the needs of the identified priority population…

11 12

The Logic Model - Culminating Public Health Plan

This lesson plan is the fourth in a series of four lesson plans which guide the students through the development of a public health plan. Students will use Needs Assessment (completed through the second lesson plan) and the Public Health Plan (created through the third lesson plan) to develop a logic model and multi-media presentation to present t…

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