Allegany College of Maryland’s Medical Laboratory Technology program promotional video highlights the profession while touring an actual lab at the Western Maryland Health System. For more information about the program, visit www.allegany.edu
Current Florida CNAs and those who have completed skills training through 4YourCNA are eligible to take this course for $75 and obtain their HHA certification. Visit www.4YourCNA.org for more information and to enroll! This video is for informational purposes and does not provide certification. All lessons and tests must be completed by registered students for credit – this lesson is merely a sample of the coursework. Please contact us for more details!
Developed in conjunction with The Nebraska Medical Center following guidelines provided by The Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Proper use of Healthcare Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) describes the correct donning and doffing sequences of recommended equipment.
This video is one part of a three part Interactive Learning Module (ILM) available on the HEROES website.
++ About UNMC’s HEROES Project ++
HEROES – Healthcare and Emergency Responder Organization Education through Simulation – provides Emergency Preparedness education and training for healthcare providers and students across the state of Nebraska.
We have an interdisciplinary approach to preparedness for Biological, Chemical, Radiological and Natural disaster emergencies. Spearheaded by the UNMC College of Nursing, we collaborate with the College of Medicine, School of Allied Health Professions and the Center for Preparedness Education (http://www.preped.org).
The project’s goal is to simulate potential emergency and public health threats for students and practicing health professionals. Simulation is a safe place to reduce anxiety, promote learning and maintain competence in emergency response skills.
Funded through a University of Nebraska programs of Excellence Grant, HEROES provides education through it’s website – http://www.unmcheroes.org – and Mobile Simulation Unit.
Since 2005 the HEROES project has traveled more than 40,000 miles to work with healthcare and emergency response providers and educators across the state.
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Current Florida CNAs and those who have completed skills training through 4YourCNA are eligible to take this course for $129 and obtain their HHA certification. Visit www.4YourCNA.org for more information and to enroll! This video is for informational purposes and does not provide certification. All lessons and tests must be completed by registered students for credit – this lesson is merely a sample of the coursework. Please contact us for more details!
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About The Arizona Medical Training Institute
Located in Mesa, Arizona, The Arizona Medical Training Institute (AMTI) offers courses to students interested in working within the healthcare industry.
AMTI’s program offerings include; Assisted Living Caregiver, Assisted Living Manager, Certified Nursing Assistant, Phlebotomy, Restorative CNA, Medical Laboratory Assistant, Patient Care Technician, Cardiographic Technician, CPR, First Aid, Assisted Living Consulting, and Continuing Education Units for Assisted Living Caregivers & Managers.
For more information, please visit http://www.azmti.com
Community Health Network is offering an exciting health care training opportunity to medical assistant students. Community was awarded a federal grant to fund an advanced clinical training fellowship for local medical assistant students who are actively enrolled and preparing for externship.
Community understands the need to recruit highly-qualified, professional and patient-focused individuals to work with the physicians and patients in our physician offices and ambulatory clinics. Community wants to be proactive in providing clinical training experiences that help develop successful medical assistants.
The Medical Assistant Fellowship Program is an advanced externship program for selected applicants. It will provide 300 hours of extensive training during a period of eight to 10 weeks. This specialized program is designed to strengthen clinical and educational preparation as well as open the door to employment opportunities.The program includes the support of a program manager, clinical coordinator and experienced preceptors at our physician practices and outpatient settings. These partners will oversee the development and demonstration of required skills. Program participants rotate through two clinical settings, including physician offices, urgent care and other ambulatory care settings, to develop valuable, practical experiences that will give them an academic and clinical edge in the marketplace.
Upon successful completion of the fellowship program, all students will be considered for open positions at Community Health Network, taking into consideration preferences for location, specialty and hours. To learn more about careers at Community, visit eCommunity.com/employment.
Transforming the economics of our healthcare system starts with the individual, shared Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes: “What’s fundamental to changing [health] outcomes is personal accountability.” Holmes shared her company’s approach to embracing failure constantly and their long-term vision of making people’s lives better around the world. She also encouraged students to find their passion: “Find what you love so deeply that if you were to get fired, you would do it again because it’s your vision and calling.”
This video was recorded on January 22, 2015 and is part of the View From The Top speaker series at Stanford Graduate School of Business.
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