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Healthcare and Fitness

Common Calculations is a mini course that provides an understanding of the different calculations involved in a healthcare office or hospital. This course gives an overview of the different calculations needed in a healthcare setting including mathematical calculations and medicine dosages.

Communication in Healthcare is a course that provides a professional understanding of healthcare communications and the best practices for creating a positive and nurturing environment not only for patients but for co-workers as well. This course begins by giving an overview of how different forms of communication from verbal to body language effect communication in healthcare .

Do you or a loved one have Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)? COPD is emphysema, chronic bronchitis, or both. About 80 - 90% of COPD diagnoses are caused by smoking.

CPR Refresher

Many accidents and injuries can occur in the workplace. Having a workplace first-aid program that includes training workers on how to give Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) minimizes these risks by giving the injured or sick person some basic treatment until professional emergency medical service personnel can arrive.

Critical Thinking Skills in Healthcare is a mini course that demonstrates how critical thinking skills can be used in healthcare settings. In this course, learners will discuss critical thinking and how it is a tool in healthcare and the definition of a critical thinker.

This course teaches how to develop an exercise prescription in relation to health implications for normal/special populations related to age, medical condition, and fitness level. Topics include cardiac conditions, diabetes, physical disabilities, HIV and AIDS, asthma, sensory impairments, pregnancy, and program design for children to senior populations.

In this course, students will gain an understanding of the role of exercise in improving health, fitness, function and quality of life in older adults. The current recommendations for cardiovascular, flexibility, resistance, mobility and balance training will be discussed.

This course teaches students how to establish exercise programs/prescriptions, exercise-related goals and objectives, appropriate training modifications, and program evaluation strategies. Additional topics include specifically designing exercise programs based on ACSM guidelines implementing resistance/weight training techniques, flexibility/stretching training, and cardiovascular/aerobic/weight loss plans incorporating the use of walking, running, and commercial cardiovascular machine (treadmills, elliptical trainers, stationary/recumbent bikes, etc.

Do you or loved one have pre-diabetes? We all know that we need to exercise and watch what we eat, but until something goes wrong, it’s sometimes hard to commit to. Understanding diabetes will help you take action to reverse or minimize your risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

ECG Electrode Placement is a mini course that explores how to locate and determine the heart position to accurately place electrodes for an ECG. In this course, learners will discuss the heart location, chest and peripheral leads and their correct placement when performing an ECG.

ECG Leads

ECG Leads is a mini course that explores the different leads included in the standard 12 lead ECG. In this course, learners will discuss the ECG leads including the chest and peripheral leads and why they are included in the standard 12 lead ECG.