For full text: http://www.ode.state.oh.us/ctae/teacher/fastrak/list.asp.
Guides - Non-Classroom
This curriculum for a medical assistant program is designed for students interested in caring for the sick, injured, convalescent, or disabled under the direction of the family, physicians, and credentialed nurses. The curriculum is divided into 12 units: orientation to medical assisting; principles of medical ethics; risk management; infection control and hazards management; anatomy, physiology, pathology, and psychology; medical database; patient examinations; patient education; medications; medical emergencies and facility safety; laboratory procedures; and general office procedures. Each unit is composed of 2-5 objectives; a number of performance indicators are listed for each objective. The program is designed to include classroom instruction via lectures, demonstrations, and discussions. Hospitals, medical centers, nursing home or care centers, or medical-surgical clinics often work cooperatively with schools to provide students with clinical practice and experience. (YLB)
For other FasTrak ITACs, see ED 457 412, ED 458 211, ED 458 376-383, ED 459 318, ED 463 407, CE 084 062-064 and CE 084 371.
Career and Technical Education; Ohio
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Ohio State Dept. of Education, Columbus. Div. of Career-Technical and Adult Education.