• Welcome to  Principles of Health Science Technology Website

          
    Name:  Denise Oyler, RN

    Email Address: oylerd@joshuaisd.org

    Phone Number: 817-202-2500 

    Conference Time:

     5th period

     

    medical equipment

    http://www.hosa.org/guidelines please click on HOSA to see competitive events for this spring.    (copy paste please)

    HOSA  :  We are Area V

    www.texashosa.org

    www.hosa.org

    Area 5 Birdvillle CTAL Carly Harris October 19, 2019 is our fall leadedership conference.  Will provide more information in class.

    Welcome to the exciting world of medical opportunities!!  
     
    I have been a health science teacher for 18 years and a registered nurse for  45 years.  I have been employed  in many nursing areas and look forward to having your student in my Principles of Health Science Technology class as they investigate a  future career in the medical professions.
     
    Students will have an opportunity to compete with other high school students with a student leadership organization in health care if they choose. This is a co-curricular activity and officers will be elected by students. 
    It is called HOSA-Health Occupation Students of America.
    I welcome your questions at any time. 

    CLASS SYLLABUS

    2019-2020

    Course Description:

    Principles of Health Science is designed to give an overview of the roles of various members of the health care system, educational requirements and issues affecting the delivery of health care.  This course focuses on health careers, exploration, leadership development, ethical and legal responsibilities, the history of medicine, and the economics of health care and basic anatomy/physiology. 

    Students will develop a concept of health and wellness from the perspective of a health consumer as well as a potential health care professional.

     

    Textbook:

     

    Expectations:


    Student Learning Outcomes

    At the conclusion of the course the student will be able to perform the following:

    1.  Discuss the roles of various health care in the current health care delivery system

    2.  Outline the educational background methods of credentialing and licensing requirements of health care professionals on a state and national level.

    3.  Identify legal and ethical issues affecting the proactive of health professionals

    4.  Define professionalism and the rights and responsibilities of being a health care professional.

    5.  Distinguish between therapeutic diagnostic, health informatics, support services and biotechnology research and development systems of the health care industry.

     6. Understanding of basic anatomy and physiology of the human body.

    Principles of Health Science

    This course is recommended for students interested in a career in health care.  Principles of Health Science provides an overview of the therapeutic, diagnostic,environmental, and support services, and biotechnology research and development systems of the health care industry. To pursue a career in the health service industry, students should learn to reason, think critically, make decisions, solve problems, and communicate effectively. Communication and teamwork are important in exploring all aspects of this class. This class is a prerequisite for Health Science and Practicum in Health Science.

     Course Outline

    Unit I  History of Health Care and Health Care Systems

    • History of Health Care
    • How available is health care
    • Insurance

    Unit 2 Careers in Health Care Career Exploration

    • Career Exploration and Planning (Career Cruising)
    • IT Applications in Health Care
    • Organizational Structure of a Hospital
    • Health Systems Jigsaw
    • Going to College 

    Unit 3  Personal Qualities of a Health Care Worker 

    • Personal Traits of Healthcare Professionals
    • Professional Organizations
    • Goal Setting
    • Introduction to Leadership
    • Leadership Behaviors
    • Teamwork
    • Conflict Resolution
    • Time Management
    • Foundations of Communication
    • Nonverbal communication
    • Verbal Communication 1
    • Parliamentary Procedures 1
    • Parliamentary procedure II
    • Current Events
    • Mobile Manners

    Unit 4 Legal and Ethical

    • Introduction to Legal and Medical Ethics
    • Advance Directives

    Unit 5 Promotion of Safety

    • Basic Fire Safety
    • Body Mechanics and Range of Motion

    Unit 6 Anatomy, Physiology and Basic Medical Terminology

    • Body Planes, Directions and Cavities
    • Maintaining Homeostasis
    • Medical Language
    • Fun with Medical Terminology

    Unit 7 Anatomy and Physiology

    • Skeletal/Muscular systems

    Unit 8 Anatomy Physiology

    • Blood/Cardiovascular system
    • Respiratory system

    Unit 9 Vital Signs

    • Systems of Measurement
    • Military Time
    • Blood pressure Assessment
    • Temperature, pulse and respiration
    • Equipment Technology Malfunctions

     Unit 10 First Aid and CPR

    • Principles of First Aid and Medical Emergencies
    • Introduction to CPR and Use of an AED

    Unit 11 Infection Control

    • The Cycle of Infection
    • Hand washing
    • Asepsis

    Unit 12 Anatomy and Physiology

    • Digestive System

    Unit 13 Nutrition and Wellness

    • Nutrition and Wellness
    • Eating Disorders

    Unit 14 Cultural Diversity

    • Cultural Diversity

    Unit 15 Human Growth and Development

    • Growth and Development
    • Maslow's Hierarchy of human needs
    • Death and Dying

    Unit 16 Anatomy and Physiology

    • Urinary system
    • Reproductive system
                           

     Class Supply List:

    •   1 Box of tissues
    •    2 inch binder
    •    1 Spiral notebook
    •    Black pen and any other color pen for grading purposes
    •    Pencils
    •    3x 5 cards (used for definitions)
     
    Week 3 each student will need a standard size poster board to display a medical profession.  Will be completed in class. Please wait until that time to bring to the class.  Not enough space available to store 100 of them. Thank you. 
     

    Class Rules and Procedures

    We use kind words.
     
    We respect others. 
     
    We work hard.
     
    We make Mistakes.
     
    We give praise. 
      
    We try our best. 
     
    We love to learn. 

      

    Grading Procedures:

    33%  Daily work

    33%  Projects
     
    34% Tests 
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    Please review the Joshua ISD grading Procedure on line for further grading procedures.