Health Occupations Education Standard Course of Study Presented by Agnes Moore, Cecilia McBryde and Joan Thompson August, 2010
Health Occupations Education proposed name change Health Science Education
Health Science Education Mission Meet present and predicted needs for health care professionals Work within a health care delivery system that is characterized by diversity and changing technologies Prepare students to pursue appropriate health careers
Health Occupations Students of America Mission Statement The mission of HOSA is to enhance the delivery of compassionate, quality health care by providing opportunities for knowledge, skill and leadership development of all health science education students. The HOSA mission is especially critical when considering the acute shortage of qualified workers for the health care industry.
Health Science in Demand 13 of the Best 30 Careers in 2009 (U. S. News and World Report) 10 of the 20 fastest growing occupations (Bureau of Labor Statistics) Healthcare will generate 3.2 million new jobs 2008- 2018, more than any other industry, largely in response to elderly population. (Bureau of Labor Statistics ) On any given day, there are 100,000 job openings for nurses. (American Health Care Association)
Health Science Education Course Offerings Continued
Health Science Education Standard Course of Study Middle School PathwayCluster Foundation Courses XXXX Exploring Biotechnology (AG, HSE) Therapeutic Services 7200 Biomedical Technology 7210 Health Team Relations XXXX Health Science IXXXX Health Science II* XXXX Health Care Management XXXX Nursing Fundamentals (2 credits) 7232 Pharmacy Technician 7299 HSE Advanced Studies 7296 HSE Apprenticeship Diagnostic Services Emerging Concepts: Clinical Laboratory Science Health Science Fundamentals Nutrition/Dietetics (FACS-HSE) NOTE: - Internships and Cooperative Education become XXXX WBL Official Course Name. (WBL=Work-Based Learning) (XXXX is the course number of the course in which student is enrolled during the same academic year.) - Color Code: Black = No Change, Green = New Course/Number, Blue Italics = Name/Number Change
Health Science Education Standard Course of Study Middle School PathwayCluster Foundation Courses XXXX Exploring Biotechnology (AG, HSE) Health Informatics 7200 Biomedical Technology 7210 Health Team Relations XXXX Health Science IXXXX Health Science II* XXXX Health Care Management 7299 HSE Advanced Studies 7296 HSE Apprenticeship Support Services Biotechnology Research and Development 7270 PLTW Principles of Biomedical Sciences 7271 PLTW Human Body Systems* 7272 PLTW Medical Interventions 7273 PLTW Biomedical Innovations 7299 HSE Advanced Studies 7296 HSE Apprenticeship Emerging Concepts: Health Informatics Introduction to Biotechnology, Biotechnology I and II NOTE: - Internships and Cooperative Education become XXXX WBL Official Course Name. (WBL=Work-Based Learning) (XXXX is the course number of the course in which student is enrolled during the same academic year.) - Color Code: Black = No Change, Green = New Course/Number, Blue Italics = Name/Number Change
Nurse Aide Regulatory Agencies Federal Register NC Board of Nursing Division of Health Service Regulation NC DPI Nurse Aide Program Manager
Reference NC Board of Nursing North Carolina Board of Nursing Administrative Rule 21 NCAC 36.00318(i) requires the ratio of teacher to nurse aide students be 1:10 or less while in the clinical area. *(i) Nurse faculty members shall be sufficient in number to implement the curriculum as demanded by the course objectives, the levels of the students, and the nature of the learning environment, and shall be sufficient to provide for teaching, supervision and evaluation. The faculty-student clinical ratio shall be 1:10 or less.
Nursing Fundamentals No ObservationHands-On Nursing Fundamentalsin Nursing Fundamentals
Health Science Education Clinical Changes These changes are necessary because of: –An increase in student enrollment –A decrease in clinical sites available to our students –Changes in available opportunities within clinical sites Workforce reduction Increased automation of procedures Regulations
Health Science Education Clinical Changes HSII Clinical ComponentHealth Care Management SupplementalMentorship
Thank you for your attention to the proposed changes to the Health Occupations Education Standard Course of Study. Your input is welcomed. Contact information: Agnes Moore, firstname.lastname@example.org Cecilia McBryde, email@example.com Joan Thompson, firstname.lastname@example.org