3. Student Learning Map

  • Topic:Basic Health Skills
  • Subject(s):
  • Days:25
  • Grade(s):
Key Learning: Basic knowledge and skills are required to perform a variety of procedures used in specific health careers.
Unit Essential Question(s):
 
 
Why are the proper techniques necessary to perform basic health care skills?
   
Concept: Proper handwashing technique 4.01
Concept: Basic Body Mechanics 4.02 4.03
Concept: Vital signs 4.04
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Dental occupational skills

4.05

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Laboratory Occupational Skills

4.06

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Physical Therapy Occupational Skills

4.07

Concept: Medical/Secretarial Occupational Skills 4.08
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Vocabulary Report

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  • body mechanics ergonomics National Patient Safety Goals base of support mechanical lift hoyer lift dangling alignment -
  • pulse respiration temperature blood pressure -
  • fluoride crown cervix root apex gingivitis pleciduous succedaneous eruption enamel dental pulp -
  • culture specimen monocular microscope binocular microscope resistant sensitive direct smear -
  • contracture atrophy ROM decubitus ulcer gait ambulate abduction adduction flexion extension -
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