HE250 Personal Health

3 credits (3 lec hrs/wk) This personal health course deals with current health trends and issues in the United States. The course will include information on mental, emotional, social health, and behavior aspects. Physical health includes nutrition-weight management, physical conditioning, environmental health, sexually transmitted disease, cancer, aging, drug education, and cardiovascular disease.

HE252 Standard First Aid and CPR for the Professional Rescuer

3 credits (3 lec hrs/wk) This course provides training in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and First Aid using current emergency cardiac care guidelines.  It provides students with a knowledge and appreciation for emergency management and industry-recognized certification in Professional Rescuer CPR and First Aid upon completion of requirements.

HE9360 First Responder

3 credits (30 lec, 10 lab hrs total) The course offers training designed to improve the quality of emergency care rendered to victims of accidents and illness. Students are taught to be proficient in providing basic life support and to take actions necessary to minimize patients’ discomfort.  Must be at least 16 years of age.

 

HE280 Cooperative Work Experience: Rural Health Aide

3 credits (99 lab hrs/total) The student is required to participate in a ward/unit clerk (paid or voluntary) field experience for a hospital performing such tasks as transcribing physicians orders, assembling charts, and performing medical clerical/medical records tasks. Students will gain experience in telephone skills and professional interactions specific to hospital settings.

HE280G Advanced Emergency Medical Technician Internship

1 credit (3 lab hrs/wk) The goal of this course is to introduce the student to assessment and treatments of live patients in a clinical and field setting.  The student will perform skills acquired in classroom and laboratory settings under the guidance of a preceptor to achieve required competencies.  This is the second of a three-part course as set forth by the National EMS Education Standards. Failure of this course will require retaking the full sequence of HE.

HE928A Emergency Medical Technician Part A

5 credits (4 lec 3 lab hrs/wk) Provides instruction at the level of Emergency Medical Technician. Includes all cognative (knowledge) and psychomotor (practical) skills necessary to develop student skills in the recognition of signs and symptoms of illness and injury and proper emergency care procedures as outlined by the scope of practice established by the Oregon Medical Board. This course will also build personal skills in hands on capabilities, and a positive attitude towards the patients they may care for. This is the first of a three-part course as set forth by the National EMS Education Standards. Failure of this course will require retaking the full sequence of EMT*151/152, HE*928A/HE*928B courses.

HE928B Emergency Medical Technician Part B

4 credits (3 lec 3 lab hrs/wk) Provides instruction at the level of Emergency Medical Technician. Includes all cognative (knowledge) and psychomotor (practical) skills necessary to develop student skills in the recognition of signs and symptoms of illness and injury and proper emergency care procedures as outlined by the scope of practice established by the Oregon Medical Board. This course will also build personal skills in hands on capabilities, and a positive attitude towards the patients they may care for. This is the first of a three-part course as set forth by the National EMS Education Standards. Failure of this course will require retaking the full sequence of EMT*151/152, HE*928A/HE*928B courses.

 

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