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2 Emergency Preparedness Events CERT Skills CPR/First Aid Emergency Medical Technician Life Support Skills Public Health MRC Partnership

3 CERT Skills  This event will consist of two rounds competition for a 2-person team. Round One is a written, multiple choice test of knowledge and understanding. The top scoring teams will advance to Round Two for the performance of selected skill procedure(s) identified in a written scenario. The scenario will require the use of critical thinking skills. The performance will be timed and evaluated according to the event guidelines. CERT Training: September Procedure I: Treating Life- Threatening Conditions Procedure II: Triage Procedure III: Head-to-Toe Assessment Procedure IV: Lifts and Carries Procedure V: Splinting a Closed Fracture

4 CPR/First Aid  This event will consist of two rounds of competition for a 2- person team. Round One is a written, multiple choice test of knowledge and understanding. The top scoring teams will advance to Round Two for the performance of selected skill procedure(s) identified in a written scenario. The scenario will require the use of critical thinking skills. The performance will be timed and evaluated according to the event guidelines. First Aid Procedures – Rescuer 1 Initiated Procedure I: Severe Bleeding and Shock Procedure II: Choking Procedure III: Compound Fracture and Splinting Procedure IV: Severe Burns Procedure V: Heat-Related Emergency BLS for Healthcare Providers – Rescuer 2 Initiated Procedure VI: Adult BLS/CPR Procedure VII: Adult BLS/CPR (Rescuer 1 Assists) Procedure VIII: Adult BLS with AED Procedure IX: Adult BLS with AED (Rescuer 1 Assists)

5 Emergency Medical Technician  This event will consist of two rounds of competition for a 2- person team. Round One is a written, multiple choice test of knowledge and understanding. The top scoring teams will advance to Round Two for the performance of selected skill procedure(s) identified in a written scenario. The scenario will require the use of critical thinking skills. The performance will be timed and evaluated according to the event guidelines. Procedure I: Patient Assessment - Trauma Procedure II: Patient Assessment - Medical Procedure III: BVM Ventilation: Apneic Adult Patient Procedure IV: Immobilization/Splinting A. Spinal Immobilization: Seated Patient B. Spinal Immobilization: Supine Patient C. Joint Injury D. Long Bone Injury Procedure V: Bleeding Control/Shock Management Procedure VI: Cardiac Arrest Management/AED *Need to find your own person to train you

6 Public Health  This event involves a team of 2-4 members who select a topic of public health concern and create an effective public health presentation to educate the public on the chosen topic. Specific topic selection will be based on a category announced annually: National Prevention Strategy Teams will use the National Prevention Strategy: America’s Plan for Better Health and Wellness as their resource for developing a public health presentation about one or more of the following strategies that contribute to the prevention of disease and the promotion of healthy practices. o Injury and violence free living o Tobacco free living o Preventing drug abuse and excessive alcohol use o Active living o Healthy eating

7 MRC Partnership  The MRC Partnership event is designed to encourage HOSA chapters to initiate and maintain a partnership with the Medical Reserve Corps. The partnership will promote and support the mission of HOSA, the mission of the Medical Reserve Corps, and the priorities of the United States Surgeon General. The event will consist of the implementation and documentation of partnership activities that contribute to strong, healthy and prepared communities.

8 Health Professions Events Dental Science (New event for ) Biotechnology Medical Assisting Nursing Assisting Personal Care Sports Medicine Veterinary Science Biotechnology

9  This event will consist of two rounds of competition. Round One will be a written, multiple choice test of knowledge and understanding. The top scoring competitors will advance to Round Two for the performance of selected skill procedure(s) identified in a written scenario. The scenario will require the use of critical thinking skills. The performance will be timed and evaluated according to the event guidelines Procedure I: Identifying Laboratory Instruments (Including name of instrument and purpose or use.) Procedure II: Infection control and transmission-based precautions Procedure III: Inoculate and streak an agar plate Procedure IV: Using a microscope Procedure V: ABO Grouping Procedure VI: Gram Stain Procedure VII: Fecal Occult Blood *(FOR ALL PROCEDURES, BODY FLUIDS WILL BE A SIMULATED PRODUCT)

10 Dental Science  This event will consist of two rounds of competition. Round One will be a written, multiple choice test of knowledge and understanding. The top scoring competitors will advance to Round Two for the performance of selected skill procedure(s) identified in a written scenario. The scenario will require the use of critical thinking skills. The performance will be timed and evaluated according to the event guidelines Procedure I: Preparing the Dental Treatment Room Procedure II: Seating the Dental Patient Procedure III: Dismissing the Dental Patient Procedure IV: Patient Education: Brushing and Flossing Procedure V: A: Preparing for an Alginate Impression B. Pouring an Alginate Impression with Plaster – Single Pour Procedure VI: Identify Instruments (Including name of instrument and purpose or use)

11 Veterinary Science  This event will consist of two rounds of competition. Round One will be a written, multiple choice test of knowledge and understanding. The top scoring competitors will advance to Round Two for the performance of selected skill procedure(s) identified in a written scenario. The scenario will require the use of critical thinking skills. The performance will be timed and evaluated according to the event guidelines Procedure I: Preparation of the Operative Site Procedure II: Lifting and Restraining a Dog Procedure III: Identify Equipment and Instruments (Including name of equipment or instrument and purpose or use.) Procedure IV: Simple Fecal Floatation Procedure V: Identification of Parasites Procedure VI: Canine Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Procedure VII: Identification of Companion Animal Breeds/Species Procedure VIII: Apply/Remove Gauze Restraint Muzzle

12 Medical Assisting  This event will consist of two rounds of competition. Round One will be a written, of Event: multiple choice test of knowledge and understanding. The top scoring competitors will advance to Round Two for the performance of selected skill procedure(s) identified in a written scenario. The scenario will require the use of critical thinking skills. The performance will be timed and evaluated according to the event guidelines. Procedure I: Telephone Techniques A. Schedule an Appointment B. Take a Message for Prescription Refill Procedure II: Complete Insurance Form Procedure III: Alphabetical Filing Procedure IV: Wrap Items for Autoclave Procedure V: Obtain Medical History Procedure VI: Position/Drape Patient in: A. Horizontal Recumbent Position. B. Prone Position. C. Sim’s Position. D. Semi-Fowler’s Position. Procedure VII: Put on Sterile Gloves

13 Nursing Assisting  This event will consist of two rounds of competition. Round One will be a written, multiple choice test of knowledge and understanding. The top scoring competitors will advance to Round Two for the performance of selected skill procedure(s) identified in a written scenario. The scenario will require the use of critical thinking skills. The performance will be timed and evaluated according to the event guidelines. Procedure I: Hand washing Procedure II: Make a Closed Bed Procedure III: Make an Occupied Bed Procedure IV: Position patient with specified disability in bed Procedure V: Transfer patient with specified disability from bed to a chair/wheelchair. Procedure VI: Measure and record vital signs: TPR and blood pressure (aneroid) Procedure VII: Prepare patient for a meal; determine intake Procedure VIII: Changing a Patient’s Gown

14 Sports Medicine  This event will consist of two rounds of competition. Round One will be a written, multiple choice test of knowledge and understanding. The top scoring competitors will advance to Round Two for the performance of selected skill procedure(s) identified in a written scenario. The scenario will require the use of critical thinking skills. The performance will be timed and evaluated according to the event guidelines. Procedure I: Flexibility Exercises Procedure II: Assessment A. Assess ROM and Strength Testing of Shoulder B. Assess ROM and Strength Testing of Ankle & Foot Procedure III: Taping A. Ankle B. Arch C. Elbow D. Thumb

15 Health Science Events  Dental Spelling  Dental Terminology  Knowledge Tests - Medical Law & Ethics - Human Growth & Development - Nutrition - Pathophysiology - Pharmacology  Medical Math  Medical Spelling  Medical Terminology

16 Dental Spelling  This event shall be divided into two rounds. Round One will be a 50-item written multiple choice test to be completed in 60 minutes. The competitors who score in the top 50% will proceed to Round Two. Round Two will be a "spell-down" where competitors will spell terms. Definitions will be provided by a judge upon request of the competitor. Competitors will be eliminated when a dental term is misspelled. The last remaining competitor in Round Two becomes the first-place winner Rounds 2 and 3, numbered will be easy terms. Rounds 4, 5 and 6, numbered 101 – 200, will be moderate terms. Round 7 and beyond, numbered 201 – 300, will be difficult terms.

17 Dental Terminology  This event shall be a written test dealing with selected terms which are common to all dental occupations and others unique to the varied dental specialties. Competitors shall be expected to recognize, identify, define, interpret or apply these terms by responding correctly to 100 multiple choice items in 90 minutes. 40% Dental Specialties (definitions, related procedures, and terminology) Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Prosthodontics Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology Endodontics Pediatric Dentistry Orthodontics Dental Public Health Periodontics Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology 20% Instruments and materials 10% Prefixes and Suffixes 10% Anatomy & Physiology of the Head 10% Infection Control 5% Ethics & Legal 5% Radiation Safety

18 Knowledge Tests

19 HUMAN GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT  All stages include biophysical, mental/cognitive, social, and emotional development.  Culture 10%  The Family 10%  Communication 5%  Theories of Growth and Development 10%  Prenatal 5%  Infancy and Toddler 10%  Early Childhood and School-Age 10%  Adolescence 15%  Adulthood: Young, Middle and Older 20%  Death and Dying 5%

20 MEDICAL LAW AND ETHICS The Basics: Medical Law, Ethics and Bioethics 5% The Legal Environment 35% State and Federal Regulations The Legal System Professional Liability Law for Health Professionals Public Duty Consent The Health Care Environment 35% Physician Patient Relationships Medical Malpractice Medical Records Workplace Law and Ethics Cultural Perspective Patient Confidentiality Employment Practices Bioethical Issues 25% Ethical and Bioethical Issues in Medicine Allocation of scarce resources Genetic engineering Reproductive Issues End of Life Issues

21 NUTRITION  Carbohydrates, fats and proteins 15%  Vitamins & minerals 15%  Water (Fluid & electrolyte balance) 5%  Diet through the life span 10%  Digestion, absorption and metabolism 10%  Cultural and religious influences 5%  Food related illnesses and allergies 10%  Medical nutrition therapy 30%  o Diabetes  o Cardiovascular disease  o Renal disease  o Gastrointestinal disease  o Cancer  o Clients with special needs

22 PATHOPHYSIOLOGY Disease Process and Terminology 12% Body Systems:  Integumentary 8%  Musculoskeletal 10%  Heart 8%  Blood vessels 4%  Lymphatic 6%  Respiratory 8%  Digestive 12%  Endocrine 8%  Nervous (including senses) 12%  Reproductive 6%  Urinary 6%

23 PHARMACOLOGY Safety will be integrated throughout the test plan Basic Concepts in Pharmacology 12% Career Opportunities in Pharmacology 3% Ethical and Legal Responsibilities 10% Pediatrics and Geriatrics Adaptations 10% Drug Names, Classifications, Action, and Interactions 30% Drug Administration 20% Drug Measurement, Dosage, Conversions 10% Technologies in Pharmacology 5%

24 Medical Math  This event shall be a written test dealing with selected problems involving conversions between the Fahrenheit and Celsius scales and the metric and household systems of measurement. It will also involve identification of related symbols and abbreviations. The competitors shall be expected to convert problems of weight, volume, and temperature by responding correctly to 50 multiple choice and tie-breaker items in 90 minutes. Test Plan: Dimensional Analysis 5% Conversions 15% Computation of drug dosages. 35% Calculate IV flow rate 5% Calculate pediatric dosages 10% Intake and Output 5% Ratios; Proportions: Percent - Solution Problems 25%

25 Medical Spelling  This event shall be divided into two rounds. Round One will be a 50-item written, multiple choice test to be completed in 60 minutes. The competitors who score in the top 50% will proceed to Round Two. Round Two will be a "spell-down" where competitors will spell terms. Definitions will be provided by a judge upon request of the competitor. Competitors will be eliminated when a medical term is misspelled. The last remaining competitor in Round Two becomes the first-place winner. Rounds 2 and 3, numbered will be easy terms. Rounds 4, 5 and 6, numbered 101 – 200, will be moderate terms. Round 7 and beyond, numbered 201 – 300, will be difficult terms.

26 Medical Terminology  This event shall be a written examination dealing with selected terms common to Health Science Education and others unique to the varied health care specialties. Competitors shall be expected to recognize, identify, define, interpret and apply these terms by responding correctly to 100 multiple choice items in 90 minutes. 45% Roots, prefixes, suffixes, and combining forms 5% Overview of Body 5% Skeletal 5% Muscular 5% Respiratory 5% Digestive 5% Cardiovascular & Lymphatic 5% Nervous/Special Senses 5% Endocrine 5% Reproductive 5% Integumentary 5% Urinary

27 Leadership Events  Extemporaneous Health Poster  Extemporaneous Speaking  Extemporaneous Writing  Healthy Lifestyles  Job Seeking Skills  Interviewing Skills  Medical Photography  Speaking Skills

28 Extemporaneous Health Poster  This event shall be in the form of an individual creation of a poster conducted in a setting with individual work tables and sufficient space for each competitor to carry out his/her form of artistic expression, to be completed within three (3) hours of work time.

29 Extemporaneous Speaking  Competitors shall report to a designated holding room or area. Each competitor shall be called by number to a preparation room and after being presented the topic by the event manager, will have ten (10) minutes to prepare a speech of up to five (5) minutes in length. At the conclusion of the preparation time, the competitor shall be introduced to the judges and shall present his or her speech.

30 Extemporaneous Writing  Competitors shall report to the site of the event where they will be presented the topic by the event manager. They will have one hour to write an essay on the topic.

31 Healthy Lifestyles  This event will consist of two rounds of competition. Round One will be a written, multiple choice test that will assess content knowledge of health literacy topics such as the physical benefits of exercise, healthy eating, and avoiding risky behaviors. The focus will be on the short and long-term effects of healthy living on the function of the human body.

32 Job Seeking Skills  Competitors shall apply for any healthcare- related position for which they are trained or are being trained. Competitors will prepare a cover letter and resume to bring with them to the conference. At the conference, competitors will complete a job application (at orientation) and participate in a job interview (assigned time received at orientation.).

33 Interviewing Skills  Competitors shall apply for any health care related position for which they are trained or and being trained. Competitors will prepare a cover letter and resume to bring with them to the conference. At the conference, competitors will complete a job application (at orientation) and participate in a job interview (assigned time received at orientation.).

34 Medical Photography  In this event, competitors will use digital photography to illustrate the health professions. Competitors will photograph three different health professionals, edit the photos using computer software technology, and then present the three printed pictures to a panel of judges

35 Speaking Skills  Competitors shall develop a speech related to a selected national topic Topic: HOSA: Caring for the Future

36 Recognition Events  Barbara James Service Award  Healthcare Issues Exam  National Recognition Portfolio

37 The Barbara James Service Award  The Barbara James Service Award is in memory of Barbara James, HOSA Inc. Board Chairman. Her leadership skills and contributions to HOSA exemplify the caring and compassion of HOSA members. This award seeks to recognize individual HOSA members whose commitment to community service is worthy of recognition. Bronze Level hours Silver Level hours Gold Level 250 hours or more

38 Healthcare Issues Exam  This event shall be in the form of a 50 item multiple choice test and one essay question that will be graded only to break a tie. All questions will be written at a level to measure thinking skills. Competitors will have 60 minutes to complete the test.

39 National Recognition Portfolio  The HOSA member will create a portfolio of evidence of his/her accomplishments in preparation for a health career

40 Teamwork Events  Career Health Display  Forensic Medicine  Health Education  HOSA Bowl  Medical Reading

41 Career Health Display  Teams consisting of two (2) competitors shall develop a visual display of a specific career or cluster of careers in healthcare. The display allows the students to express ideas through an artistic medium to highlight the benefits of a particular career focus. The students will also be judged on their ability to present themselves and communicate the career information to others.

42 Public Service Announcement  In this event, teams consisting of 3-6 members will produce a 30- second Public Service Announcement. The PSA will promote a healthcare service organization, bring awareness to a healthcare situation, or educate the public at large in regard to health and well-being. Members will have 4 minutes to present their PSA to a panel of judges.  Topic: “No Pressure! Tips for Recognizing and Preventing Hypertension”

43 Forensic Medicine  This event will involve two rounds of competition. Round One will consist of a written test to evaluate the team’s understanding of forensic medicine. The top scoring teams will advance to Round Two and will be given a case study related to forensic medicine. Teams will have six (6) minutes to analyze a case study, which will include written information and may include physical evidence. Finally, teams will be given thirty (30) minutes to write their conclusions.

44 Health Education  This event involves a team of 2-4 members who select a health-related concept or instructional objective, then prepare a lesson, provide instruction, and evaluate results. The instruction must include the use of presentation tools such as a student-made video, computer demonstration software, slides, overhead transparencies, or any other form of media. Teams will provide instruction to a selected group of learners.

45 HOSA Bowl  Teams consisting of three-four (3-4) members each will take a written test in Round One. Top scoring teams advance to Round Two and compete by giving appropriate responses to items presented by a moderator. These items may be in the form of questions, incomplete statements, and/or definitions. Winners will be determined by a series of elimination rounds. The last remaining team becomes the first-place winner of a section. Section winners play in final rounds to determine the top three teams.

46 Medical Reading  This event is for individual competitors and will consist of a 50-item multiple choice test with five (5) short essay questions. The questions will require the competitors to apply, analyze, synthesize and/or evaluate information from the assigned books for the year.  This event is an individual event. Individual competitors will read all five (5) books and take a written test that will consist of 50 multiple choice questions and five (5) short essay questions.


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