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Emergency Procedures CURRICULUM MAP

 

School:

Bowling Green High

Program:

Health Sciences

Teacher:

Wanda S. Sowders RN,BSN

School Year:

2011-2012

KCTCS Course Number:

CPR 100 & SFA 100

KY Tech Course Name

Emergency Procedures

Length of Course:

18 weeks

Length of Period

55 Minutes

High School Credit(s)

.5 credit

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Weeks

Unit

Task

Core Content/Skill Standards

1st – 3rd   

 

 

 

 

General Precautions

 &

Assessment

12.  Demonstrate use of standard precautions

13.  Perform a primary and secondary assessment

PLS-HS-1.1.7 Students will describe symptoms, causes, patterns of transmission, prevention and treatments of communicable diseases (hepatitis, tuberculosis STD/HIV/AIDS)

 

EK 001 Apply safety procedures to protect clients, co-workers, and self

EK 002 Manage a personal exposure incident in compliance with OSHA regulations

EK 004 Use personal protective equipment as appropriate to the environment

OG 003 Use practices that promote the prevention of disease and injury

AB 001 Report relevant information in order of occurrence

AB 002 Report subjective information

AB 003 Report objective information

4th – 5th

 

 

 

Legal/Ethical  Considerations & Employability Skills

 

2.  Investigate legal and ethical issues related to emergency procedures

 

14. Research and debate issues related to organ donations

 

3.  Demonstrate employability and social skills relevant to careers

RD-11-4.0.1 & RD-12-4.0.1 Students will analyze the content or make connections as it applies to students’ lives, real-world issues or other texts

PL-HS-4.1.5 Students will analyze and evaluate a variety of resources (e.g., Internet, print materials, guest speakers, mentors) that could be used to determine advantages and disadvantages (e.g., preparation, salary, benefits, demands of job, location, work environment) of various occupations.

 

EA 004 Evaluate work assignments and initiate action with confidence commensurate with own work assignment

EA 005 Formulate solutions to problems using critical thinking skills (analyze, synthesize, evaluate) independently and in teams

EE 001 Analyze legal responsibilities, limitations, and implications of actions

EE 002 Use problem-solving techniques when confronted with legal dilemmas or issues

EF 001 Perform duties according to regulations, policies, laws, and legislated rights of clients

EF 004 Practice within licensure, certification, registration, and legislated scope of practice

6th – 7th

 

 

 

Organizing & Communicating in Emergency Situations

4.  Apply mathematics, science and communication skills within the emergency procedure course/health care setting

6.  Use technology to collect, organize and communicate information and ideas

10.  Evaluate services and resources available in the community

 

  15.  Compare and contrast emergency procedures used in the media to reality

MA-HS-1.3.1 Students will solve real-world and mathematical problems to specified accuracy levels by simplifying expressions with real numbers involving addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, absolute value, integer exponents, roots (square, cube) and factorials.

PL-HS-3.1.5 Students will describe the relationship among private, public and nonprofit health agencies and compare the services provided by each agency:

  • Private health care facilities (e.g., private physicians, nursing homes, & rehabilitation facilities)
  • Hospitals
  • Public health departments and clinics
  • DES (Disaster and Emergency Services)
  • Family Resource Centers
  • Medicare/Medicaid
  • Nonprofit health organizations (e.g., AHA, American Red Cross, American Cancer Society)

 

AC-001 Organize, write, and compile technical information and summaries

AC-002 Interpret, transcribe, and communicate information, data, and observations using medical terminology within scope of practice

EB 003 Provide written communication that is accurate and grammatically correct using nomenclature appropriate to the environment

8th -12th

 

 

 

 

First Aid Certification

1.  Selected tasks as required by the standardized course

 

8.  Demonstrate proper emergency rescue techniques

 

9.  Demonstrate first aid techniques for certification

PL-HS-1.3.2 Students will explain how proper first-aid procedures 9e.g., CPR/rescue breathing) for responding to emergency situations (falls, drowning, choking, bleeding, shock, poisons, burns, temperature-related emergencies, allergic reactions, broken bones, overdose, heart attacks, seizures) can help reduce the severity of injuries and save lives.

 

AC-002 Interpret, transcribe, and communicate information, data, and observations using medical terminology within scope of practice

EK 001 Apply safety procedures to protect clients, co-workers, and self

EK 004 Use personal protective equipment as appropriate to the environment

EO 004 Respond to critical situations appropriately as a member of the team

EP 001 Communicate verbally and non-verbally with team colleagues to assure the best result for the client

OG 003 Use practices that promote the prevention of disease and injury

 

 

14th – 16th

 

 

 

 

CPR Certification

1.  Selected tasks as required by the standardized course

 

7.  Demonstrate Cardiopulmonary resuscitation techniques for the professional rescuer

PL-HS-1.3.2 Students will explain how proper first-aid procedures 9e.g., CPR/rescue breathing) for responding to emergency situations (falls, drowning, choking, bleeding, shock, poisons, burns, temperature-related emergencies, allergic reactions, broken bones, overdose, heart attacks, seizures) can help reduce the severity of injuries and save lives.

 

EK 001 Apply safety procedures to protect clients, co-workers, and self

EK 004 Use personal protective equipment as appropriate to the environment

EO 004 Respond to critical situations appropriately as a member of the team

EP 001 Communicate verbally and non-verbally with team colleagues to assure the best result for the client

OG 003 Use practices that promote the prevention of disease and injury

17th

Integration of HOSA

5. Utilize activities of the Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) as an integral component of course content and leadership development

 

11.  Participate in a medical disaster dramatization

PL-HS-1.3.2 Students will explain how proper first-aid procedures (e.g., CPR/rescue breathing) for responding to emergency situations (falls, drowning, choking, bleeding, shock, poisons, burns, temperature-related emergencies, allergic reactions, broken bones, overdose, heart attacks, seizures) can help reduce the severity of injuries and save lives.

 

AC-001 Organize, write, and compile technical information and summaries

AC-002 Interpret, transcribe, and communicate information, data, and observations using medical terminology within scope of practice

EK 001 Apply safety procedures to protect clients, co-workers, and self

EK 004 Use personal protective equipment as appropriate to the environment

EO 004 Respond to critical situations appropriately as a member of the team

EP 001 Communicate verbally and non-verbally with team colleagues to assure the best result for the client

OG 003 Use practices that promote the prevention of disease and injury



 

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