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1 -ConnectEd: The California Center for College and Careers- -National Consortium on Health Science and Technology Education- -National Academy Foundation-

2 US Bureau of Labor Statistics The Demand Healthcare as the largest industry in 2004, provided 13.5 million jobs 12 of the top 20 fastest growing occupations are in healthcare More new jobs-19% or 3.6 million created between 2004 and 2014 will be in healthcare, more than any other industry

3 Bureau of Labor Statistics-AHA Requested The Demand Healthcare Employment vs. Employment in Other Industries (in thousands) 2003 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 3,000 3,500 4,000 4,500 Full-service restaurants General medical & surgical hospitals Limited- service eating places Employment services Grocery stores Offices of physicians Building equipment contractors Department stores In Thousands

4 2004 AHA Survey of Hospital Leaders The Demand Vacancy rates for selected hospital personnel

5 2004 Survey of Hospital Leaders The Demand Percent of hospitals reporting recruitment difficulty

6 2004 AHA Survey of Hospital Leaders The Demand Reported Impacts of Workforce Shortages

7 Fastest Growing Industries- Numbers in Thousands The Demand Workforce Projections 2004-14: Industry20042014# Increase % Increase Community Care Facilities582.6902.1319.569.5 Outpatient Care Centers289.4447.4319.554.8 Home Health Care Services67.0120.053.079.1 Residential Care491.1727.5236.448.6 Office of Health Practitioners71.7107.035.349.3

8 Industries with largest job growth- Numbers in thousands The Demand Workforce Projections 2004-14: Industry20042014# Increase % Increase Offices of Physicians2053.92813.4759.537.0 General Medical & Surgical Offices 4050.94699.0648.116.0 Home health Care Services773.21310.3537.169.5

9 Fastest Growing Occupations- Numbers in thousands The Demand Workforce Projections 2004-14: Job Title20042014# Inc% 1-Home Health Aides62497435056.0 3-Medical Assistants38758920252.1 4-Physicians Assistants62933149.6 6-Physical Therapy Assts.59852644.2 7-Dental Hygienists1582266843.4

10 Fastest Growing Occupations- Numbers in thousands The Demand Workforce Projections 2004-14: 9-Dental Assistants26738211442.7 13-Physical Therapists1552115736.7 16-Diag Sonographers42571534.8 17-Physical Therapy Aides44571534.4 19-Medical Scientists72972534.1 20-Occupational Therapists921233133.6

11 Largest job growth- Numbers in thousands The Demand Workforce Projections 2004-14: Job Title20042014 # Increase % Increase 2-Registered Nurses4,2564,99273617.3 8-Home Health Aides1,4551,78132522.3 9-Nurse Aides/Orderlies1,8072,11530817.0 21-Medical Assistants38758920252.1

12 US Population Increase by Decade The Supply US Census Bureau

13 US Department of Education The Supply 2004-05 High School Enrollment by Cluster: Agriculture Ed 768,396 Hospitality & Tourism 237,951 Arch & Const 597,146 Human Services 1,129,846 Auto & Tech 467,888 Info Tech 862,145 Bus & Mgmt 1,516,333 Law & Safety 94,725 Ed & Training 231,599 Manufacturing 325,364 Finance Services 117,724 Marketing 359,602 Govt 43,518 Engineering 547,353 Health Sciences 361,259 Transportation 353,463 Total Enrollment 8,014,32

14 National Center for Education Statistics-Numbers in Thousands The Supply Projected Public High School Enrollments 2004-2014 for Grades 9-12: Grade 9 2004 4,309 2005 4,335 2006 4,313 2007 4,281 2008 4,242 2009 4,198 2010 4,170 2014 4,144 103,7443,8393,8613,8423,8144,1983,7403,641 113,3213,4003,4873,5073,4893,7793,4323,281 123,0293,0903,1643,2453,2633,2473,2233,074

15 Health Science and Biomedical Program of Study The Program Build a nationally recognized and endorsed, sequenced secondary program of study with an emphasis on health science that will: –Introduce students to healthcare systems, practices and procedures –Enhance the content of academic courses –Involve students in challenging programs of study through problem-based integrated projects

16 *Standards are available at www.nchste.org The Program The integrated and interdisciplinary curriculum will: –*Meet the National Healthcare Foundation Standards –Include work-based learning experiences that are age and grade appropriate –Increase students career decision-making skills –Enhance and expand on academic program standards achievement

17 Health Science and Biomedical Program of Study The Program Integrated Units to be developed: –25 units that address all core academic subjects, physical & health education, foreign language, fine & performing arts Courses to be developed: –Health Science & Biomedical Course Sequence –Work-Based Learning Protocols

18 The Program Integrated Units progress: 10 of the 25 units have been developed and beta tested at eight high schools in as many states, the remainder are in process Students at one site display their final work to local health professionals for review and rating.

19 Largest job growth-Numbers in thousands

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21 NCHSTE National Healthcare Pathway Sample Careers Program of Study Healthcare Sample Careers and Education Requirements by Pathway Pathway Bachelor Degree or Higher Therapeutic Careers60% Diagnostic Careers52% Health Informatics43% Support Services38% Biotechnology R & D81% Note: the percentages infer the necessity of a high school framework at the rigorous level

22 Green-Integrated Units, Blue-BHS Courses, Red-WBL Protocols Program of Study Meets Rigorous Level Requirements Language Arts English 9English 10English 11English 12 MathAlgebra IGeometryAlgebra 2Stats/ Calc ScienceBiologyChemistryA & PMicro/Physics History/ Social Studies Global Studies 1 Global Studies 2 US HistoryEcon/Psych Gov/Civics ElectivesPE/Foreign Language Health EdArts/PE/FL Health Science Intro to Health Science/ HOSA Human Systems/ HOSA Healthcare Systems /HOSA HS Research /HOSA Work-Based Learning Job Shadow Expl.,Tours Job Shadow Tours, CS/SL Externships CS/SL Internships Employment

23 Proposed four-year process Adoption Process Professional Development and Technical Assistance: Provided by the Beta Site Teams and NCHSTE State Representatives Year 1 (School Year) 2007-08 Nine Beta team states –California, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota, New York, South Carolina, Texas and Utah

24 More Information Contact: Beverly Campbell, NCHSTE Facilitator becgroup@sbcglobal.net becgroup@sbcglobal.net Dr. Paula Hudis, ConnectEd Facilitator phudis@ConnectEdCalifornia.org Carole Stacy RN, MA, NCHSTE Facilitator cstacy@mhc.org Nancy Allen, NCHSTE Board Chair nallen@ed.sc.gov


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